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Man in stuck snow plow says he's an illegal alien: Solon police blotter
When a police officer came upon a snow plow stuck on Cochran Road near Aurora Road on Feb. 27, he might have known during a hard winter that such a scene was going to yield even more hard-to-believe facts.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Free Half-Day Workplace Recycling/Waste Contracting Workshops Begin March 13
In these half-day workshops, businesses and non-profits can learn how to start or improve a workplace recycling program and how to contract for waste hauling or recycling.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Aurora Police Reports
Domestic violence: A Bedford man was charged with domestic violence Feb. 23 after police said he punched his wife in the face and pushed her out of a car while it was moving on North Aurora Road near Fairview Drive.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Man who killed his stepfather, going back to prison for slaying woman
Marlon Ricks, who was paroled in 2011 after serving time for killing his stepfather, was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the murder of a woman he was to have dinner with, said a news release by the Cuyahoga County prosecutor's office.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
NCCYHA Mite Steelers
The NCCYHA Mite Steelers finished in second place at The Melt The Ice Tournament in Garfield Heights, Ohio this past weekend.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Corruption tainted sewer district's first major tunneling project, but new leadership reformed the agency
While the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District was locked in negotiations with federal regulators, devising a strategy to bore costly tunnels that alleviate sewer overflows after heavy rains, the district also weathered its own storm -- a corruption scandal that sent contractors and a sewer district attorney to prison.
School credit union swindled out of $2,445: Moreland Hills police blotter
Fraud Chagrin Boulevard: Police were preparing an arrest warrant for a Wadsworth man, 30, who walked into the Orange School Employees Credit Union on Feb. 5 claiming he was a new employee in the district who wanted to open an account with a $2,500 check.
Heroin Epidemic: Man's suspected overdose death shines light on treatment shortages
Kyle Wirtz shared his story - then one of redemption - of overcoming his heroin addiction in October at a town hall in Solon.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Ohio cities' home rule rights face another threat, this time over traffic cameras: editorial
Many people hate traffic cameras. They make you slow down or, if you don't see them in time, expose you to a possible stiff fine in the mail.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Weather causing power outages in parts of Northeast Ohio
FirstEnergy's website reports more than 9,100 customers are without power statewide, with nearly 6,300 in Cuyahoga County.
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Many Cuyahoga County legislative hopefuls have spotty driving records
Five candidates running this year for the Ohio General Assembly out of Cuyahoga County each rolled up 11 or more convictions for traffic violations over the last 20 years, state driving records show.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Garfield Heights woman arrested for possession of crack pipe: Independence Police Blotter
Drug Offense, Brecksville Road: A Garfield Heights woman, 32, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse instruments Feb. 6. A Cleveland man, 27, was with her and was arrested on a felony burglary warrant with Cleveland police.
Phony tax collector takes man for $3,000: Solon police blotter
A Solon man, 56, was caused a lot of angst Feb. 6 when he received phone call from someone purporting to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Violent restaurant robberies evoke memories of similar rash in 1996,...
A A" Two recent pizzeria robberies in Mayfield Heights in which employees were tied up with a cellphone charger cord and two violent robberies at Euclid businesses elicited memories of a similar rash of violent robberies 17 years ago.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Parma: Group advocates for lift of pit bull ban
Dog advocates from across Northeast Ohio are coming together to ask the City of Parma to lift their ban on pit bulls.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Plans for 450-plus West Side apartments get early nods from Cleveland City Planning Commission
The Cleveland City Planning Commission gave a thumbs-up Friday to conceptual plans for an apartment project near the Westinghouse curve and a rezoning for a roughly 4-acre residential development just north of Duck Island.
Fight breaks out during Super Bowl party: Shaker Heights police blotter
Assault, Rolliston Road: A woman reported she was attacked by another woman Feb. 2 while at a Super Bowl party.