July 14, 2020

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It is difficult to get someone’s undivided attention nowadays. Information and messaging is inundating everyone every day on every device. The result is many people are only kind of listening.

People have developed the skill to tune out many...

June 16, 2020

The ever-changing digital landscape often makes it difficult for companies and organizations to connect with the public. So, what social media platforms should you be using to reach your target audience?

Community engagement is necessary to ensure that your organization’s ideas and plans are rooted in the values, priorities, and needs of your stakeholders.

The coronavirus-delayed March 17 primary election finally came to a close Tuesday night, with unofficial results that will be adjusted as mail-in ballots trickle in. Official results are expected to be released May 8.

In Summit County, residents were asked to give a li...

Columbus State Community College asked Franklin County voters to approve a bond issue that will raise $300 million for capital improvements to its campus. And voters said yes. Now, college leaders say the pandemic might shift their priorities for what projects will be...

Residents in the presidential primary election approved Lakewood City Schools’ Issue 28, with 76 percent of the voters casting ballots in favor.

Vote totals for the 3.9-mill levy and 1-mill permanent improvement levy were 7,041 for vs. 2,144 against, according to final,...

May 19, 2020

An unofficial Plan C for United Way of Lake County ended up turning out quite well, all things considered.

After postponing and then canceling one of its traditional events due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the nonprofit decided to hold the fundraiser online, yield...

May 19, 2020

At Burges & Burges Strategists, we have been working with several, major Ohio organizations to measure how well their customers and stakeholders are responding to changed services, and what they will need to re-adjust in the months or even years ahead.

Voters have approved Lorain County Community College’s proposed 2.3-mil renewal levy.

The levy was approved by a vote of 27,650 to 18,809, according to unofficial final results April 28 from the Lorain County Elections Board.

The levy is a general operating levy for LCC...

North Ridgeville City Schools personnel are breathing a sigh of relief due to the passage of a substitute school levy -- Issue 13 -- on April 28. The levy was rejected last November by just over 100 votes.

On the second attempt, the levy passed by 983 votes according to...

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