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North Olmsted Memorial Day services schedule
Citizens will meet at 6:45 a.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7647, 30036 Lorain Rd.
Fri May 24, 2013
The Medina Gazette
Honoring the fallen and helping a wounded warrior
The Wounded Warrior memorial, which commemorates veterans who have been injured in battle, graces the front of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5137 in Medina.
Unwanted visitor nabbed for disorderly conduct: North Ridgeville Police Blotter
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, JAYCOX ROAD: A resident called 911 on May 15 to report that a man entered her house and was refusing to leave.
Westlake police looking for credit card theft suspect
This woman used a credit card taken from a vehicle parked at Westlake Recreation Center the morning of April 29 to purchase $1,476 worth of electronics.
Thu May 23, 2013
Marine Corps League Gung Ho about helping other Marines: Your Turn
The saying "Once A Marine, always a Marine," isn't just a saying, it is also a way of life for a small group of leathernecks who meet every third Wednesday of the month at the USMC Reserve Center in Brook Park.
Video: Brain Hoyer is excited to be playing for his hometown Cleveland Browns
Hometown quarterback Brian Hoyer participates in his first practices with the Cleveland Browns during OTA's after they signed him last week.
William B. Cox, Jr.
William B. Cox, Jr., 88, of North Olmsted, passed away Monday, May 13, 2013. Bill was a proud WWII U.S. Navy Veteran.
Nick Rauser, Jaguar races let participants run for a cause: A Place in the Sun
Registration is under way for the fifth annual Nick Rauser 5K Run/1-mile Walk and cookout on June 1. The event begins at 9 a.m. at Bretton Ridge Park in the Bretton Ridge subdivision off Christman Drive in North Olmsted.
Michael Zalar to be North Olmsted schools superintendent
The school board approved the hiring of Michael Zalar as the new superintendent of schools at a special meeting on May 22.
Wed May 22, 2013
Can you find this location? Go seek
This scene is somewhere in the Sun Post-Herald area. Here's a clue: "Check out" this object, which is outside of a new facility shared by two adjacent communities that also have part of their name in common.
Theft suspect seen throwing syringe on the ground: North Olmsted Police Blotter
THEFT, BROOKPARK ROAD: A loss-prevention employee at a store stopped a man from taking two packages of diapers, valued at $69.98 on May 13.
North Olmsted City Schools expected to announce new superintendent tonight
The North Olmsted Board of Education is expected to announce a new superintendent for the school district during a special meeting tonight at 7 p.m. It's expected the board will announce its choice from a final list of three canidates.
Tue May 21, 2013
North Olmsted Library announces events through June 4
Learn about computers in a class geared towards novices in Computer Essentials, on Monday, June 3 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This class offers an overview of the basic computer parts, using a mouse and keyboard, and the essentials of the Windows operating system.
Republic Services expands recycling, cities could see recycling rate boost
Republic Services, the waste management company, has expanded the list of items that can be recycled by residents in a five-county Northeast Ohio region serviced by the company.
Mon May 20, 2013
Former Brook Park Mayor Tom Coyne running for mayor again
Former Brook Park Mayor Tom Coyne is trying again to make a political comeback. He is seeking a spot on the November ballot as an independent candidate for Brook Park mayor.
North Olmsted residents unharmed after Lorain Road home catches fire early Saturday morning
No humans were injured after a fire started at a Lorain Road home shortly after midnight on Saturday, May 1. North Olmsted Fire Chief Thomas Klecan said the department arrived on the scene shortly after being alerted to the fire.
Sun May 19, 2013
Westlake High School student wins Outstanding Leader Award
For going above and beyond the call of duty, Westlake High School senior Hanna Tegel earned the Robert F. Lucas Award at the Key Club Ohio District Convention held last month Columbus.
Pair injured in crash that closes I-480
NORTH OLMSTED - An accident involving a motorcycle and a deer sent two people to the hospital Saturday night, according to the North Olmsted Police Department.
Sat May 18, 2013
Child Taught to Steal, K9 Teased, Man Attempting to Bail Friend Arrested: Best of the Blotter
Here are this week's most bizarre and most talked about police reports. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities.
Truck crashes into North Olmsted apartments' clubhouse
No one was seriously injured after a truck drove into the clubhouse wall of Jamestown Village Apartments, 4809 Columbia Rd.