Perrysville, Ohio

Perrysville News

12/11/2018 05:27 PM
Report card, graduation requirements irk Loudonville-Perrysville School Board

The Loudonville-Perrysville Schools earned a C overall grade in the school district's report card program for the 2018 school year, and the recently approved 2019 school graduation requirements drew the ire of at least one school board member during the board's regular meeting Dec. 10. Superintendent Catherine Puster walked the board through results of the report card, an annual evaluation made by the Ohio Department of Education for all school districts based on a wide range of "indicators."


12/03/2018 04:59 AM
This Week's Personality: Jean Coleman's ministry helps grandparents raising grandchildren

A pastor for almost two decades, Jean Coleman entered into a new ministry this summer on an entirely volunteer basis. At the time of the creation of Redbird Resilient last spring, alarming figures came out about the disruption drug use was causing in the community.


11/20/2018 11:10 PM
Notices

The Loudonville-Perrysville Board of Education Policy Committee will meet in the C.E. Budd Building Conference Room 211, 210 E.Main St. on Nov. 21 at 7:30 a.m. Retires of the United Steel Workers Local 196L will meet Nov. 28 at 3 p.m. at Council on Aging on Third Street in Ashland. Health benefits for former Hospira, Abbott and Faultless retirees will be discussed in regard to Medicare refunds.


11/18/2018 01:13 AM
Perrysville on its last chance for revitalization grant

Perrysville Economic Development president Joe Eggerton said Saturday that his group is hoping to secure a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant on the third try and that he's hoping for good attendance for a third and final community meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Green-Perrysville Fire Department. Eggerton spoke Saturday afternoon at the second of three meetings at the firehouse.


11/12/2018 05:45 AM
This Week's Personality: Howdie Burnett enters 37th year of preaching

"I had just started taking counseling classes at the Ashland University seminary, intending to pursue a career as a counselor, not a minister," Burnett said. "I was in the school one morning when the secretary called out my name.