CHARDON -- The community has spent the last year trying to heal from the tragedy of that day. Today they're looking back and continuing to heal.
Channel 3's John Anderson brings you the story.
Chardon Square is filled with hugs and signs on the one year anniversary of the school shooting. But talk to someone who lives here and this outpouring of support happens everyday.
Marci Mondello-King runs the hair salon on Chardon Square. She says if you need some help, there are usually two, three, or four people right there to help you.
Sarah Wyatt works at the coffee shop. She went to to Chardon High School and says she relies on family, friends and faith.
We saw that pain again today, but Marci is reminded of an even stronger feeling that makes Chardon home.
Marci said, "I think love has surpassed the pain."