The union rejected the school board's last offer, and no new talks are set
The school has been a fixture of Catholic education in the city for 145 years
By JORDAN COHEN firstname.lastname@example.org NILES After spending more than $225,000 in the last three years
The water department faces a $2 million deficit, while repairs mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency to the wastewater treatment plant are projected to cost the city $30 million.
More than 60 people braved the subzero temperatures to crowd the township hall and protest the action to terminate Mike Penrose, 47, highway superintendent and cemetery sexton.
Tom Telego, billing manager, said instead of saving time, the system caused delays in collecting delinquent utility payments.
One man says he intends to get signatures to put the ordinance on the ballot.
By JORDAN COHEN email@example.com NILES City council plans to rescind an ordinance passed last
He faces several charges
One councilman said he did not think ordinance would withstand a court challenge.