North Olmsted resident studying in China enjoying his experience
North Olmsted resident Zachary Imm, pictured here on the Great Wall of China has been studying in the country since late February.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Moen is about more than faucets in a company that embraces creativity and lifelong learning
North America's No. 1 faucet maker has the most clued-in management among Greater Cleveland's Top Workplaces, its employees say.
Senior stars to 'shine' one last time tonight: High school football
It will be the "grand finale" for local high school seniors tonight as selected all-stars will participate in the annual Cuyahoga County East-West All-Star Football Game from Berea's George Finnie Stadium on the campus of Baldwin Wallace University.
North Olmsted election candidate list released
The Cuyahoga County Board of Election's filing deadline has passed, and the North Olmsted mayor's race will see incumbent Mayor Kevin Kennedy challenged by the man he replaced in office, Thomas O'Grady.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon is June 21: Lakewood Postings
Have you had a chance to check out Vosh? The new music venue, operated by Mickey Krivosh and his son, Ryan , opened a few months ago at 1414 Riverside Drive, in the old Bonne Bell complex at Detroit Avenue and Riverside - adjacent to their popular Georgetown restaurant .
Bridge closing, filming give comic store reasons to celebrate: A Place in the Sun
The scheduled June 14 closing of the Lorain Avenue bridge between Cleveland's West Park neighborhood and Fairview Park may be an inconvenience for some, but it's a bonus for one business.
North Olmsted Branch Library to host event to help students choose the right college
The Huntington Learning Center will host "Choosing the Right College" at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25 at North Olmsted Branch Library, 27403 Lorain Road.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Bay Village updates city website with emergency preparedness information
The addition follows lengthy discussions about how the city could help residents better prepare for future emergencies following damage from Superstorm Sandy last October.
Drunken man starts weeding gardens, then bangs on doors: Westlake Police Blotter
DISORDERLY CONDUCT INTOXICATED, PINEVIEW DRIVE: An intoxicated North Olmsted man began pulling weeds out of random gardens at approximately 5:40 a.m. on June 1, and then began banging on the doors of strangers.
ROUNDUP: June 12, 2013
LCCC offering new counseling certificate Lorain County Community College will offer a new short-term addiction counseling certificate beginning fall semester 2013.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
North Olmsted mayor's court appears poised to exceed original financial expectations
North Olmsted Mayor Kevin Kennedy released the first quarterly report of the city's new Mayor's Court on Tuesday night, and although there are some caveats, the court appears poised to surpass Kennedy's original projection of $256,000 in revenue for 2013.
North Olmsted Councilman Orlowski will retire at end of term
Ward 4 Councilman Larry Orlowski has announced he will retire at the end of his second term, expiring at the end of 2013.
Sun News (West) communities are asked to 'drive for show' and 'putt for dough': 'Tee to Green'
It's time for local golfers to hit the summer links, while looking for that big round to brag to their friends about during the next few months, or, at least reliving such a "momentous" shot over some beverages at the infamous "19th hole."
North Olmsted Police Department swears in two new officers
North Olmsted welcomed new officers Oliver Wolcott, left and Arthur Ventura, middle, to its police force on June 10. Mayor Kevin Kennedy stands with the officers at far right.
Margaret L. Lyndes
Margaret L. Lyndes , 94, of North Ridgeville, died Sunday, June 9, 2013 at Center Ridge Health Campus.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Oregon to begin superintendent finalist selection
The Oregon City Schools Board of Education, at a special meeting Thursday, could select three to five finalists to succeed Michael Zalar, the district's departing superintendent.
North Olmsted student showcases creativity, creates life-sized Larry Bird figure for school project
Pine Intermediate School fourth-grader Nolan Wagner, in front of the statue with a red shirt holding a book, shows off the life-sized model of Larry Bird he made for a project with his classmates.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Wiliam Henry Franz
William served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He retired from CTS-RTA and Westlake Schools as a bus driver.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Can you find this location? Go seek
This scene is somewhere in the Sun Post-Herald area. Here's a clue: This top hat is part of the logo for an eatery that anchors a shopping plaza bearing the name of an early settler of this big-city neighborhood.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Doctor indicted for writing illegal vicodin, oxycodone prescriptions
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty confirmed that Dr. Corey J. Schmidt, 43, of North Ridgeville, was indicted on charges of drug trafficking offenses, insurance fraud, and theft.