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comets edge middies - page 7 amherst news-time n r. r" ud i 2 ra c t . ir w r tf, : at .4 x- 3 o juhtj r- independent enters race close shave :ioster sues developer angered by land swap deal with lorain jason hawk news-times reporter letting 10-ycar-old student christopher majzun take a razor to his scalp wasn't the only school head robert boynton had last week. ' district officials arc now also dealing lawsuit from tom oster, who is seeking an injunction keep schools hand ing over 89 undeveloped acres north of jaeger road pamela gage crash kills nurse after ice cream stand trip 45-year-old was thrown fromher motorcycle and killed wednesday night itl collision route 113 oberlin road. gage, worked good samaritan nursing home in avon for 26 years enjoyed collecting angels, passenger on bike. she her boyfriend were returning their murray ridge miller's homemade birmingham when 1999 kawasaki zrx 1100 struck intersection 1997 continued 6 city tanks full, but others rail katrina's gas legacy predictions already loom $4-per-gallon pain pump, prices- would have nit $4.50 cripple amherst's budget, said inter im auditor david kukucka. city's supplier, varouh elyria, recently filled huge holding fire, police, street depart ments dicsel fuel roughly $2.01 gallon, he said, $103,400 budget ed through end year. necessarily among biggest gas-guzzlers, still $12,000 left $30,000 as they enter fourth quarter, kukucka said. tax exempt status usually saves fhe.city about 20 cents off tqp,;but 'and others' arc' eycballing, $3 per gallon sticker shock coming months, admitted, private citizens aren't lucky enough get that $ame break, many are taking it out station atten dants, say workers sunoco, 7998 leavitt "they're blaming us:, like we're ones takmg money pockets put ting u oura," cashier kay koepp, pa 8 district. president oster fjomcs, which purchased new jersey-based k. hovnian homes, filed temporary stay order against week, 'to 288 future houses within .district territory. , years, oster's corri pany has sold hundreds homes (which extends into lorain), stands lose thousands each jmmmgmypg1ibpfe tarn. jjwbbpbwft ifr. hrf ftb little christian heckman eyes yorkshire terrier pals chippy happy steal seat during tho beaver local prices far exceeded mark weok, motorists took frustrations clerks. below, average around county hit $2.63. ! mt ; " mmmmmm martin's run phase iii subdivision if fall board education's domain.' more than 100 people live run, started 2003 will 12 complete, according information supplied marketing manager brian zuccaro. finished, develop ment boast 1,897 homes. zuccaro's figures indicated kept look who's walkin' boundaries, 507-acre subdivision's market value peak $400 million. voted 4-0-1 aug, 22 northern property been point con tention its counterparts lorain. treasurer shirley antel previously told ncwi-times move intended deter expected 300- 400-studcnt increase creek metropark friday morning mom, albina, grandmother, velichka jankulovich. elderly targets sweepstakes cash fraud, postmistress warns senior leading life, living longer' healthier ever, j that's not stopping growing army liars wjio waiting shadows hard-earned life savings, postal workers. "we see lot !of foreign offering all kinds promises. them illegal, they're advantage our citizens," postmisfess marjorie czech. suspicious wild bar fight ended man's 'ripped' cheek, assault charges woman allegedly jumped husband's co-worker outside downtown aug. 21 pleaded guilty felonious faces preliminary hearing next municipal court. police palled big ease park avenue 1:30 a.rn., where officer kurt oehlstrom found 31-year-old male victim bar, bleeding mouth, puddle blood, sidewalk. man his' injury stemmed incident rc3 brewhousc 0 minutes ten-year-old takes bewildered superintendent nord middle school. promised graders year passed proficiency tests march. "what bothers me general these onfixed incomes," czech "they don't need savings make other rich." materials surfacing post office since january, handles 170,000 letters already, several residents earlier girlfriend informed hiin ftworker wanted another patron. victimfsveiit ,0thsidc tried -spilt up fight, report, co-worker's wife, year-old jennifer garcia, fronted victim, finger tind "ripped" inside before kicking him groin, report stated. arrived & polled jto; teport crime, ms ihouth split three-inchlbng, half-inch deep cut just betow gum line, garcia wft.ktfc iter cops bust frequent offenders motel two boys lengthy rap sheets one juve nile busted week interrupted alleged drug-use party 6. midnight thursday, employee complained men sharing room 258. patrolmen jacob perez went investigate, saw 17- jump scat window bolt bathroom, reports. heard toilet flush juvenile (later identi fied a' resident rice .amherst) exited, questioned along room's registered occupant, 18- kevin shupe jackson street. immedi ately spotted small pieces or marijuana scattered tabletop plain sight, well open beer cans, wrote report. both appeared be slightly intoxicated, 17-year-old admitted victimized. mail carrier alan golski delivers westwoods apple orchard neighborhoods, female bombarded first-class scams almost daily. "she's annoyed it," "she sorts gives knows fraudulent so we can check them." debbie smith carry south main customer easily receive 40 illegal solicitations day, once caught pago12 po'mtc parkway residence lorainand charged scc-ond-dtgrec;felony assault. arranging hct hus band custody four-year-old child, gaicia booked taken jail $15,000 bond. .also completed witness statement, saying grabbed arms, shoved the, sidewalk, then slammed tide building. claimed injured threatened "bum house down ground" while iwr son p
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-09-07|
|Date of Original||2005-09-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-09-07|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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