Parma Heights needs a mayor who doesn’t engage in old-style politicking

I am running for mayor of Parma Heights. I am not a politician. I am a resident. I believe that now is the time for the residents to make a change in leadership for the city. It is your city, and you need a mayor who will support you and your family. You need a mayor who will make Parma Heights a priority and not use it for personal gain. You need a team player who will always have your best interests on the top of the list. You need a mayor who will continue to bring new business revenue to the city throughout the term, not just during an election year. You need a new, energetic, resident-supporting person as mayor.
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Apply now for Andrew Boyko Memorial Scholarships: Sun Postings

PARMA, Ohio -- Trustees of the City of Parma Andrew Boyko Memorial Scholarship Foundation are accepting applications for the 2022 award season, which is the 14th year for the scholarship awards. The foundation will present three to five scholarships with a minimum award of $1,500 each in 2022. One scholarship...
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Nova Fowler

APRIL 5, 1932 — OCT. 23, 2021. Nova Dennis “Denny” Fowler of Parma, was born April 5, 1932 and peacefully passed into his eternal home surrounded by his loving family October 23, 2021 due to complications from a recent heart attack. Dad had 89 ½ years between the “dash“and lived it fully!

Tradition meets material handling innovation in Europe

Italian food company Barilla is steeped in history, but company leaders are focused on the future when it comes to managing its material handling operations. The 144-year-old maker of pasta, sauces, breads, and more embarked on a supply chain transformation in 2012 that has produced a state-of-the-art distribution center in Parma, Italy, featuring integrated robotics systems and a 24/7 lights-out operation—a showcase of how automated material handling systems can improve operations and contribute to a more sustainable distribution and supply chain network.

Referee Giovanni Ayroldi Will Oversee Lazio vs Fiorentina, Guida Managing VAR

Referee Giovanni Ayroldi will officiate Lazio’s upcoming Serie A clash against Fiorentina. As reported by Italian media outlet LazioNews24 earlier today, the 30-year-old Puglian referee will oversee his second ever Biancocelesti game this week, leading the officiating team in the match between the Roman club and Vincenzo Italiano’s Viola. Below...

Paving the Way

It was 8 a.m. in Nevada, 11 a.m. in New Hampshire and 5 p.m. in Italy. For Francesco Preti ’21G, this was the one time he could get all his faculty advisors and committee members online at the same time for his dissertation defense. His research on more environmentally friendly methods for rehabilitating asphalt pavements spanned time zones and languages, computational modeling programs and Minnesota summers. That’s because Preti would be earning not just one doctorate in civil and environmental engineering, but two – from two different countries.

Three European cities win mobility awards for environmentally friendly initiatives

Europe’s leaders in sustainable urban mobility and transport were honored last week at the CIVITAS Awards 2021, which took place as part of the CIVITAS Forum Conference 2021. The cities of Parma (Italy), Aachen (Germany), and Gdynia (Poland) were recognized in three distinct categories, winning Europe’s most prestigious prizes for sustainable approaches to urban mobility.
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Lady Grizzlies crowned district champs

FRUITLAND — On Oct. 21, the Fruitland Grizzlies volleyball team hosted the Parma Panthers for the 3A Snake River Valley District Championship. Regardless of the outcome, Fruitland and Parma will advance to the 3A Idaho State Tournament. Additionally, the Weiser Wolverines hosted the Homedale Trojans for the third place match, on Oct. 21. The victor of the third place match will get the opportunity to compete in the state play-in game; the winner of the play-in game will advance to the state tournament.

Urban pioneers recognised

Innovators Magazine was a media partner with this month’s CIVITAS Forum – Europe’s premier sustainable mobility conference – held in Aachen. One of the highlights of the event was the CIVITAS Awards. This year’s winners were Parma, which picked up the Climate-Neutral award, Aachen – winner of the Transformation award, and Gdynia, winner of the Legacy title.

Hilton-Parma Recreation brings back Ski Club

Hilton-Parma Recreation is gearing up for another snow filled season at Bristol Mountain with six dates booked for the Ski Club. The Recreation Department coordinates the club for the Hilton Central School District and serves students in grades seven through 12 who attend Merton Williams Middle School or Hilton High School.
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Death Notices for Wednesday, Oct. 27

Janet Lee Brown Gordillo, 81, of Harrisonburg, died Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at her home. Arrangements are by Kyger Funeral Home in Harrisonburg. Jerry Wayne "Meatball" Hines, 78, of Mount Jackson, died Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, at Winchester Medical Center. Arrangements are by Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service...