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Ohio cop rescues 340lb drunken man as he runs into traffic
Laying down the law: Moment cop rescues 340lb man as he is pulled over for erratic driving before running into traffic and lying on the ground A police officer risked his own life to save a suspected drunk driver after the man ran on to a busy freeway and laid down in the road during a traffic stop.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
North Olmsted launches PulsePoint app to save lives by encouraging the public to start CPR (photo gallery)
The city's fire department is encouraging residents to install an app on their smartphones that could save the lives of heart attack victims.
Bay Village police look for assault suspect
The suspect fled from officers responding to a report of two people fighting near the intersection of Colombia Road and Lake Road Tuesday, a police report said.
Fairview Park Garden Club conducts online rain barrel auction: A Place in the Sun
The rain barrels were decorated by students from Fairview and Lutheran West high schools, St. Joseph Academy and Messiah Lutheran School.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Ohio officer rescues drunk driver from busy interstate
When Patrolman Matt Beck stopped a driver for going 82 miles per hour along I-480 in Ohio, he never expected the man to dart out into traffic.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
95.5 The Fish
Carman Live Across America Presents: No Plan B Tour
Carman Live Across America Presents: No Plan B Tour LIVE Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 7:00pm at Church on the Rise, 3550 Crocker Road, Westlake, Ohio 44145.
Woman punches her boyfriend in dispute over chicken: Westlake police blotter
Domestic violence, Rose Road: On July 10, a 45-year-old Westlake woman punched her boyfriend in the face and grabbed his genitals in an argument over who ate all the chicken.
Woman tells police to take her to jail: North Olmsted police blotter
Drunk and disorderly, Lorain Road: At 4:06 p.m. July 12, police questioned a woman suspected of breaking a window at her room in the Camelot Inn.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
A movie and a concert in the park highlight weekend activities in North Olmsted: community news
Friday night at the movies : The North Olmsted Recreation Department is offering its Friday Evening Movie in the Park series this summer at North Olmsted Community Park, 28114 Lorain Road.
How to brace your business against cyber attacks and avoid being the next Target
L.J. Fiala Hollo and his father Josh Hollo look for camera deals at the Target in North Olmsted on Black Friday, Nov. 29, 2013.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Mayor Jackson introduces gun legislation; Michael Madison murder...
The trial of accused serial killer Michael Madison has been pushed back tentatively to Nov. 3. Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson has introduced legislation that would create a city gun offender registry.
North Olmsted police receive multiple theft reports from Home Depot
Three people were arrested after trying to steal from the Home Depot in North Olmsted last week, according to police reports, and police said they've arrested numerous suspected shoplifters at the hardware store in recent months.
Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township celebrate 200 years of history
Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township are celebrating their bicentennial this year, but does this really mark the 200th anniversary of the area's founding? In 1814 Columbia Township resident James Geer bought a small plot in what is now Olmsted Township and planted crops.
Larry L. Mason
Larry L. Mason, 68, of North Ridgeville, passed away Saturday, July 12, 2014 at Ames Family Hospice in Westlake, following a lengthy illness.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Airport repairs result in increased plane noise over Fairview Park: community news
Airport noise: Residents over the next couple of months may notice increased noise from airplanes taking off and landing at Cleveland Hopkins Airport .
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Suspect flees Westlake police in stolen car
One of the suspects fled in a stolen car, according to a police report, and led officers on a brief chase before he was apprehended.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Thousands gather to watch early morning implosion of Inner Belt Bridge
Thousands of spectators lined a grassy bluff overlooking the old Inner Belt Bridge this morning to watch as the giant structure was sliced apart by explosive charges and sunk majestically into the Cuyahoga River valley.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Plain Dealer
North Olmsted school board takes another step toward putting bond issue on November ballot
The school board during a special Thursday night meeting took another step toward placing a bond issue on the November ballot that would pay for a new combined middle school and high school building .