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Chronicle of the Horse
A Bill Of Sale: Too Much To Ask?
Debbie Bass, co-chair of the USHJA Joint Owners Task Force, staunchly defended a rule change proposal requiring a bill of sale in horse sales transactions that caused vehement debate.
Resident reports theft of her identity: Gates Mills Police Blotter
A two vehicle accident sent the drivers of both to Hillcrest Hospital for treatment of injuries Dec. 4. A Cleveland woman, 62, was cited in the accident for failing to yield the right of way at a stop sign after she crashed into the other driver, a Chardon woman, 63. A resident reported hearing gunshots around 4:30 p.m. Dec. 4 in the area of his ... (more)
Gates Mills morning links -- Holiday duet, Christmas cabaret, elementary concert
It will be hard to avoid the Christmas cheer in Gates Mills. Here's a look at the festivities flooding the calendar in the coming weeks.
The Plain Dealer
Chagrin Valley, adjacent cities 911 response times to decrease as dispatch center relocates
Police, fire and EMS response time during emergencies in the Chagrin Valley and some adjacent communities is expected to be faster as the cities' converged 911 dispatch center will soon relocate to a facility equipped with enhanced technology that's even capable of receiving citizen alerts through smartphone applications.
Man attempts theft from church donation box: Gates Mills Police Blotter
A Highland Heights man, 58, attempted to steal a coat Nov. 26 from a clothing donation box at St. Francis of Assisi Church.
Gates Mills evening update: Career Coaching, Preschool Picassos, DIY Gifts
HIGH SCHOOLERS HEAR IT FROM THE PROS: Gilmour Academy juniors and seniors got a dose of the real world on Monday, November 18, when area professionals shared tips for success in a speed mentoring program.
Egg-throwing suspect not located: Gates Mills Police Blotter
Officers responded to a report Nov. 22 of someone egging vehicles in the village's business district.
The Plain Dealer
Prim Capital founder pleads guilty to fraud scheme involving the NBA players union
A Northeast Ohio financial adviser who handled $250 million in investments for the National Basketball Players Association has pleaded guilty to attempting to defraud the union out of $3 million and lying to a federal grand jury about it, prosecutors say.
Suspicious calls possibly connected to theft: Gates Mills Police Blotter
A man said Nov. 14 he had received several suspicious phone calls over the course of the past month.