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Garfield Heights City Council, dispatchers in disagreement over emergency centers merger
Garfield Heights City Council, police, emergency dispatchers and the mayor continue to be at odds over the city's possible decision to merge its emergency call center with those of three adjacent cities.
City of Bedford law director's home, office raided
Lorree Villers, the Clerk of Bedford City Council, confirmed to WKYC that some of the city's council members have been issued subpoenas The Ohio Attorney General's office has confirmed to WKYC that Bureau of Criminal Investigation agents executed a search warrant, along with Bedford police officers, at the Kenyon Drive home of City of Bedford Law ... (more)
Banned from doing business with Cuyahoga County: who they are and what they did
The list of the 28 people and organizations banned from doing business with Cuyahoga County reads like a Northeast Ohio corruption Rolodex.
Woman arrested for OVI after hit-skip: Mayfield Village Police Blotter
A man reported his vehicle was hit by another driver Dec. 1. He said the driver, a woman, stopped after she hit him, but left when he told her to wait for officers to arrive.
Garfield Heights residents, dispatchers challenge city's possible 911 dispatch center...
The city's potential move to merge the emergency dispatch center of Garfield Heights with those of three neighboring communities has raised deep concerns among local dispatchers, who fear loosing their jobs, and residents, who worry that the new personnel hired to answer emergency calls won't be efficient because they won't know the city.
A key Cuyahoga County corruption figure is sentenced to eight-years plus
After pleading guilty and cooperating with investigators since the scandal broke in 2008, former contractor Steven Pumper is heading to federal prison One of the original figures in Cuyahoga County's corruption scandal was sentenced today to more than 8 years in prison.
Brush High School students charged with robbing classmate at knifepoint after school
Two Brush High School students were charged Tuesday on suspicion of grabbing a fellow classmate after school and putting a knife to his throat.
Man runs up room tab with fraudulent gift cards: Independence Police Blotter
Theft, Quarry Lane: A Lakewood man was charged with falsification and theft Nov. 15 after he used fraudulent gift cards to rent out two rooms at the Double Tree Hotel.
Tires of two Dodge Chargers slashed in unrelated incidents: Solon police blotter
Vandalism, Solon Road : A Nov. 13 police report shows a 22-year-old Maple Heights man reported that the four tires of his 2008 Dodge Charger were slashed while it was parked on Solon Road between 4:25 p.m. Nov. 12 and 2:35 a.m. Nov. 13. Breaking and entering, Lochmoor Drive: Police received a report at 9:45 a.m. Nov. 15 related to an incident in a ... (more)
Unsuccessful Aurora mayoral candidates look to the future
John Kudley, a 14-year Council-at-Large member, was philosophical following his unsuccessful bid for mayor in the Nov. 5 general election.
Balbier family expands at Brooklyn City Hall
Mayor Richard Balbier's sister-in-law, Mary Balbier, was elected to City Council last week.