Suspicious driver turns out to be using cell phone: Hunting Valley police blotter
Suspicious activity, Route 87 and Hillbrook Drive: Police checked on a report of a car parked along the roadway late on Dec. 4 and found a man pulled over to use his cell phone.
Hunting Valley's council clerk blasts upkeep, code enforcement at rental residences in the village
After all, the village is the site of multimillion dollar mansions, some relatively new, others held in multiple generations of families.
Hacker costs Hunting Valley $20,000 in long-distance phone calls
Officials here concede they are likely never to know who was responsible for hacking into Hunting Valley 's computer network and using it to make more than $20,000 worth of long-distance phone calls.
Chagrin Solar Sun
Hunting Valley Village Council will act on salaries for employees in 2014: Live coverage
An ordinance establishing compensation for those employees is on the agenda for the regular monthly meeting of Hunting Valley Village Council.
Multiple calls for deer, dogs and eggs on Roundwood Road: Hunting Valley police blotter
Animals at large, Roundwood Road: Police received a call late on Nov. 29 of dogs running loose in the roadway.
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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.
Raccoon spared after passing field sobriety test: Hunting Valley police blotter
Animal complaint, Fairmount Boulevard: Police responded around dusk on Nov. 25 to a report of a possible sick raccoon.
Wind storm triggers alarms, knocks out power, stop signs: Hunting Valley police blotter
Road Hazards, numerous locations: Strong winds on the night of Nov. 17 had police and service crews scrambling, beginning with a burglar alarm about 5:30 p.m. in the 37000 block of Fairmount Boulevard, apparently caused by the wind blowing open a door.
Chagrin Falls postmaster Mark Gebler: Five questions
The average carrier in Chagrin Falls travels 25 miles per day. He or she delivers an average of 15.5 feet of mail per day.