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Lake Erie Ice Boom Removal Delayed
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School Board Member Paladino Withdraws Motion to Remove Superintendent
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Potential Candidates For Erie County Executive Make Way For Jacobs
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Group Rallies for Community Schools Act
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The act would leverage community resources and input to help provide high-quality education. 07:34 AM

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