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Norton BOE considers earned income tax

Jim Eritano, Herald Staff Writer Norton taxpayers could be saying goodbye to the 1.9-mill property tax levy for school funding and hello to a tax on earned income. At a special meeting, July 17, the Norton Board of Education decided not to put another levy on the November ballot and chose instead to ask the state…

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I hear that whistle blowin’

The Man in Black, the late Johnny Cash, came to Barberton, July 13, in the form of Terry Lee Goffee and his band as they performed the music of the legendary Nashville star. Next up for Barberton Parks’ Summer Concert Series is the variety band LaFlavour, Friday, July 20, 7 p.m. For the news you…

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Levy considered again

The Norton Board of Education will meet in special session, Tuesday, July 17, 3 p.m., in the middle school Panther Room to consider asking voters to approve a November levy request. For the news you need, pick up the Herald on newsstands now.  

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Crash injures 3

A crash at Wooster Road North and Antles Avenue sent three people to hopitals. All lanes are open. For the news you need, pick up the Herald on newsstands now.

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Purple RV displayed for Kiwanis

The City of Barberton’s Mobile Community Access & Response Center visits a meeting of the Magic City Kiwanis Club, July 11, 2018. Mayor William Judge intends the recreational vehicle to be used in his Barberton Forward – Neighorhoods First program for bringing programs to the community. Read about it in the next Herald. For the…

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Road Rally first prize is $150

Jim Eritano Herald Staff Writer The Norton Historical Society will sponsor a road rally Saturday, July 29. Entrants are to meet at Loyal Oak Grace United Church, 3285 Cleveland Massillon Rd., at 10 a.m. for registration and information. Those who mail the entry form and a $10 check to Norton Historical Society, 4060 Columbia Woods…

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