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21 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
University School headmaster Stephen Murray will leave the school at the end of the year to become Head Master of the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey next school year.
Yesterday | Cleveland.com
Coventry Road, Theft: An employee of Plymouth Church said his car went missing Aug. 17. The custodian told police his car was taken from the church's parking lot.
The former Orange High School substitute teacher indicted Monday on charges of sexual battery involving a student is the latest in a number of teachers, coaches or other school employees accused of having illegal sexual contact with students.
Damage to property, I-271: A Shaker Heights woman reported Aug. 12 that she was driving in the northbound local lanes in her Toyota Yaris about 5 p.m. when she and her two passengers, including a boy, 4, heard a loud pop just before her passenger side mirror shattered, sending pieces into the passenger compartment.
Video released by police Friday shows Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Lance Mason telling officers he had a gun on his bed and wanted to kill himself during his arrest this month.
Theft, Coventry Road: Police are searching for a thief after a man reported that his wallet and cash was stolen from his car.
Preston's H.O.P.E., the fully accessible playground located on the grounds of the Mandel Jewish Community Center, will be temporarily closed from Sept.
The former head of a federally supported anti-poverty agency has been charged with accepting nearly $25,000 in bribes, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office of Northern Ohio .
He casually strolls by each store, waving at an employee and offering a smile sometimes accompanied by a joke.
The former head of a Cleveland-area anti-poverty agency is charged with accepting more than $24,000 in cash, home renovations and other things of value, in exchange for steering work to specific contractors.
Police Chief Jeffrey Robertson assured the local school board Monday that his department will assist in the security transition from Heights High to the Wiley swing school.
Federal charges were filed today against Jacqueline Middleton, former president and CEO of the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland, accusing her of accepting more than $24,000 in cash, home renovations and other things of value in exchange for steering work to specific contractors.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:25 pm
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