Day: March 31, 2020

Amsterdam hardware providing essential service to community during pandemic

By Eric Lowe CCM Contributor An Amsterdam business owner remains steadfast during times of uncertainty for other small businesses and homeowners. Carl Randalson has owned and operated Red Shed hardware store since 1982 and a car wash on the premises as far back as 1971. “The hardware store will remain open during the Covid-19 pandemic”, Randalson said. “The store will continue business, helping provide residents and customers with much-needed supplies,

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Dates change for Carrollton Schools meal drop-off service

Carrollton school officials continue to distribute meals to students in the school district. There is no charge for the meals and they are available to all children, regardless of income, similar to the summer feeding program offered at the school. The schedule, which was in place last week, has been changed. Grab and go meals will be distributed Tuesday and Friday. (PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A CHANGE FROM THE SCHEDULE LAST WEEK.) Superintendent Dr. David Quattrochi said the change

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Play-by-play call of grandson’s wrestling finals match ranks at top of broadcaster’s career

Opportunity came for Pete Carrothers in wrestling sectional By Carol McIntire Editor Pete Carrothers is a Claymont guy, there’s no doubt about it. He was raised in the school district, graduated from the high school in 1968 and sent his son to school there. He’s spent the last 50 years calling Claymont games from the broadcast booth for both radio and television. In his heart, he’s a Mustang. For the

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Portion of US 30 closing 75 days for realignment

Beginning Tuesday, March 31, U.S. 30 will close for 75 days three miles east of Hanoverton for a roadway safety improvement project. The project includes the realignment of U.S. 30 between Gavers Rd. and Richey School Rd. The Ohio Department of Transportation detour include U.S. 30 west to SR 9, SR 9 north to SR 172, SR 172 east back to U.S. 30, and reverse. Cost of the project is $2,151,181, which has

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‘Anything for our seniors’

Friendship staff, volunteers meet needs with grab-and-go lunches, grocery delivery and kind words By Carol McIntire Editor There were smiles, waves and some much-needed socialization last Thursday as senior citizens drove through the parking lot of the Senior Friendship Center to pick up lunch. Seniors were there to pick up grab-and-go lunches prepared by the staff, but received much more in return as employees took advantage of sunshine and warmer

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COVID-19 cases increase, help available

Carroll County has five confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) as of noon March 30, according to Kelly Englehart, director of nursing at the Carroll County General Health District. Englehart said there are three cases from Harrison Twp. one from Rose and one from Center. “It is critical that residents stay at home,” Englehart stated. “Now is the time we flatten the curve. All five of the county cases have been

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