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ROAD RAGE, CHESTER ROAD: A driver called on June 15 to report that another driver was texting while driving, swerving all over the road and cutting off cars.
The North Ridgeville City Hall was packed last night as dozens attended a meeting to voice their outrage over the killing on June 10 of five baby kittens by Humane Officer Barry Accorti.
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An Ohio animal welfare group threatened June 18 to sue the city North Ridgeville if the local police department does not stop the "grossly illegal, dangerous and inhumane" practice of shooting cats as a form of euthanasia.
The incident has caused a national uproar and lead to threats against city employees.
In the process, the event raised $2,125 to help fund construction of an exercise trail in South Central Park.
Robert B. Board, 80, of Elyria, passed away Saturday, June 15, 2013, at North Ridge Health Center in North Ridgeville.
Dozens of people asked North Ridgeville City Council Monday to censure the city's humane officer for shooting five kittens to death.
National cat advocacy group Alley Cat Allies said June 17 that it has collected 30,000 signatures on a petition protesting the fatal shooting of five feral kittens by an Ohio animal control officer.
A retired police sergeant now working part time as a humane officer for the City of North Ridgeville, Ohio, Police Department was dispatched last Monday to the home of a local couple who'd called to report a litter of feral kittens that had taken up residence in a woodpile in their back yard.
A former Parma probation officer and self-proclaimed sex addict was sentenced to three years in prison Monday for sexually assaulting a woman under his control.
The school district plans to purchase five new school buses off a lot in Akron before the start of the next school year.
Leo L. Myers, 91, of Elyria, passed away Saturday, June 15, 2013, at his residence, following a short illness.
City Council President Kevin Corcoran said the controversy surrounding the recent shooting deaths of five feral kittens by a city humane officer could serve as a learning experience and lead to changes in how future cases are handled.
Helen E. Shroyer , 88, of Grafton Township, died Friday, June 14, 2013, at Center Ridge Health Campus in North Ridgeville.