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Strayer Road Church Plans New Senior Living Facility

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Since moving his congregation to Strayer Road in 2005, Rev. Tony Scott has wanted to develop the 57-acre campus around Christian ministries. “Our newest ministry will break ground in August: a life care center for the elderly, with memory care and assisted living,” said Scott, who …

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Engineering Field Provides Plenty Of Opportunities

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER| MIRROR REPORTER — Anthony Wayne High School graduates are making an impact in the automotive, construction, de-fense, manufacturing, medical and software industries because of their decisions to pursue careers in engineering. As part of a series on Anthony Wayne graduates in different industries, this week The Mirror profiles those who …

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Cherry Fest To Take Place In Whitehouse On June 9-11

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Rides, pies, tunes and flying trapeze artists are on tap for this year’s Cherry Fest, slated for Thursday, June 9 through Saturday, June 11 at Whitehouse Park and throughout the downtown area. “We will have what people enjoy the most about Cherry Fest,” said Zak Weimer, …

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McLaren St. Luke’s To Discontinue Labor And Delivery Services

For 25 years, McLaren St. Luke’s has been a destination for moms-to-be, with a professional, close-to-home Family Birthing Center. Last week, hospital staff announced a decision to discontinue providing obstetrics and birthing services. The compounding challenges of COVID-19, the national staff shortage and the exclusion of Paramount insurance all factored …

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Fire Chiefs Honored For Creating Waterville-Whitehouse Co-Op

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Like many volunteer fire departments nationwide, Waterville and Whitehouse in 2018 faced a challenge: Call volume was growing, but the number of volunteers available – especially during work hours and overnight – was dwindling.  So the village and city teamed up with Waterville Township to pay …

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Three AW Siblings Hike 400-Mile Pilgrimage In Spain

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For many, walking the 400-mile, 1,000-year-old pilgrimage route between Pamplona and Santiago de Compostela in Spain is a spiritual journey, a lifelong goal, a fitness challenge or all three. For AW grads and siblings Laura Kemp, Clif Vaughan and David Vaughan, the five-week adventure along the …

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The Ability Center Hopes To Protect Parents With Disabilities

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The staff at The Ability Center is raising awareness for Ohio Senate Bill 202, an anti-discrimination bill to protect parents with disabilities. The bill, which is currently with the judiciary committee, would prevent disability from being used to deny or limit parental rights. Brittanie Maddox, …

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