Tue Dec 17, 2013
James A. "Jim" Reinhart
James A. "Jim" Reinhart, 74, of Wakeman, died Saturday, December 14, 2013 at Fisher-Titus Medical Center.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Fire-ravaged Vitamix opens temporary store within Mustard Seed Market & Cafe in Solon
Vitamix, a world leader in high-performance blending equipment, plans to rebuild its factory store on Kruse Drive following a Nov. 3 strip mall fire that also shut down a neighboring bank branch and photography studio.
Officers sustain minor injuries after driver under the influence of 'spice' steps on the gas in parking lot: Fairview Park Police Blotter
Suspicious person, West 229th Street: A resident noticed a man on a bike around 4 a.m. on Dec. 2. The man dropped the bike and went back by the resident's cars.
Dover Players stage holiday performance; seniors prepare for crooning: North Olmsted community news
Holiday entertainment: Dover Players theater group will present an original play, "Santa.org," at North Olmsted's Old Town Hall, 5186 Dover Center Road.
Matthew Ryan Huffman
Matthew Ryan Huffman, 28, of North Olmsted, formerly of Elyria, passed away Monday, December 9 , 2013 in Cleveland.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
North Olmsted councilwoman wants city to pursue payment for overdue ambulance bills
Councilwoman Angela Williamson wants the city to pursue payment from nonresidents who use the city's ambulance service but refuse to pay the bill.
North Olmsted recreation commissioner outlines plans for $2.1 million recreation center upgrade
A new 8,000-square-foot fitness center could open sometime next year inside the existing North Olmsted Recreation Complex if City Council approves financing the approximately $2.1 million project.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Crain's Cleveland Business
Collection Auto Group to add Rolls-Royce to its offerings
Look for those new Rolls-Royce cars to roll into North Olmsted as Collection Auto Group owner Bernie Moreno on Dec. 16 adds Rolls Royce of Cleveland to his chain of dealerships.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
North Olmsted officials to discuss recreation center improvements tonight
City Council tonight will hear details on plans to add a fitness center and update the city's Recreation Center Complex .
North Olmsted police officer fired amid allegations he abused state computer system
Police officer Brian Bielozer was fired this month after the state revoked his right to use the Law Enforcement Automated Data System, or LEADS, because he looked up information for personal reasons, according to records in his personnel file.
North Olmsted police accuse fired officer facing unrelated court case of abusing sick leave
Fired police officer Christopher Fox faced disciplinary actions dating back to 1998 relating to sick leave use, according to records in his personnel file.
Local meats and sauerkraut for holiday meals: Cleveland Local Food Calendar, Dec. 11, 2013
There are only two Saturdays left before Christmas, which means you'd better hop on it for local food shopping.
Man and woman switched price tags on goods in order to pay reduced prices: North Olmsted police blotter
North Olmsted police said a couple were arrested on suspicion of theft after they switched price tags on items at a convenience store.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Great Northern Mall's Regal Stadium 10 screening $2 films for charity prior to Thursday's grand opening
Frank Capra's 1946 classic "It's a Wonderful Life" is among several films being screened to raise money for charity and to bring move-lovers into the Regal Stadium 10 & RPX at Great Northern Mall in North Olmsted.
As retailers gear up for the busy holiday shopping season, they also have an eye out for...
Crowds begin to gather at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville on Monday. Bigger holiday crowds can often result in increased incidents of shoplifting, police say.
Avon man charged with theft, criminal trespass: North Ridgeville police blotter
Theft, Stoney Ridge Road: A citizen called to report a theft from a local business on Dec. 2. Police stopped the suspected vehicle and an Avon man was arrested and charged with theft of electrical wire and criminal trespassing.
High school hockey: Avon pulls away from North Olmsted with second-period flurry of goals
NORTH OLMSTED - In a game that lasts 45 minutes, it took Avon just 45 seconds to put away North Olmsted in a non-conference hockey matchup Sunday afternoon as Lorain County's Eagles defeated Cuyahoga County's Eagles 5-0 at the North Olmsted Recreation Center.