Parma man cited for drug and paraphernalia possession: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Drug Possession, Broadview Road: A Parma man, 19, was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia Nov. 30. The car he was driving was stopped for a suspended license, and when the officer searched the car, he found a glass pipe with marijuana residue in it.
Community column will keep you posted: Parma Postings
It's been a while since we've had a regular community column in the Sun Post, and it's been on my mind for a while to collaborate on a column that will encompass the communities that are covered in the Sun Post.
Mother cited for letting her kids run on the roof of John Glenn Elementary School: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Contributing to the Unruliness of a Child, E. Dartmoor Road: A Seven Hills woman was cited for contributing to the unruliness of her children Nov. 20. Four children -- ages eight to 15 -- were found running on the roof of the closed John Glenn Elementary School building.
Seven Hills police to retire K-9 officer Rocky following a stellar career
Sgt. Daniel Kappus, Rocky's partner on the police force, began training with him in November 2004.
Courier Communique: Thankful for the Holiday Celebrations in BBH, NR, and Strongsville
Remember to give thanks this Thanksgiving, pass the cranberries, and then it's time to shop - and begin the holiday fun! Brecksville-Broadview Heights Girl Scouts Service Unit 732 is asking local Girl Scouts on the evening of Dec. 6 to help at Chippewa Elementary School Holiday Shoppe.
RPT-Fitch affirms Parma City School District, Ohio Special Obligation TANs & COPs; Outlook Stable
NEW YORK, November 21 Fitch Ratings has affirmed the following Parma City School District, Ohio ratings: --$3.7 million outstanding special obligation tax anticipation notes , series 2005, at 'A+'; --$11.4 million outstanding certificates of participation , series 2006, at 'A'; Implied unlimited tax general obligation at 'A+'.
Seven Hills Garden Club gets a little help from Boy Scout Troop 372
It may be a little early to think spring, but the Seven Hills Garden Club didn't let fall get in the way of their volunteer efforts.
Man arrested on suspicion of drunken driving also cited for receiving stolen property: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Drunken Driving/Receiving Stolen Property, Hillside Road: An Independence man, 64, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Nov. 3. The motorcycle he was driving was stopped for speeding.
Seven Hills councilmen Joseph Tripi and Pete Draganic defeated; Barth, Lecznar, Trafis and Snitzky reelected
Timothy Fraundorf upset Tripi in the Ward 2 race by a 458-357 count, according to unofficial number supplied by the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.