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ODNR alters sworn statements for gas well drillers, South Euclid law director sues: Weekend update
North Royalton: North Royalton officials traveled to Columbus Wednesday to fight a state order to make city land available for an oil and gas well.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Lakewood Mayor Michael Summers challenges dredging disposal plan; Olmsted Falls politics heats up: Best of the beat
Lakewood Mayor Michael Summers questions federal plans to dump Cuyahoga River sludge offshore, and politics heats up in tiny Olmsted Falls.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Mary Ellen Schuster, Olmsted Falls garden center pro: Five Questions
Q: With the arrival of spring, what should we be doing to prepare for the growing season, both indoors and out? A: As soon as our extreme weather ends, the gardener should be cleaning up debris and turning over soil in flower beds.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Olmsted Performing Arts Center to host Ballet Magnificat
On March 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m., Ballet Magnificat will be performing one of their most popular touring ballets, "Deliver Us!" The performance will be held at the Olmsted Performing Arts Center located at 6941 Columbia Road in Olmsted Falls, Ohio.
Police take statements after fight on Lewis Road: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Disturbance, Lewis Road: March 10, shortly before 5 p.m., a 911-caller alerted police to a fight occurring on Lewis Rd. Officers took statements on the scene of the event, and found at least one juvenile was involved.
Olmsted Falls council disregards legal opinions, aims to keep former council president on economic district
AA AA' City Council wants to keep council President Garry Thompson as the city's representative to the Joint Economic Development District with Olmsted Township, despite two legal opinions that say Thompson cannot legally serve.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
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Schools offer social media training to deter sexting, other dangerous online behavior
Many Northeast Ohio schools teach students about online safety, including warnings against sexting and sharing personal information, as part of middle-grade technology courses.
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Olmsted Falls works with Cleveland State planner on business district study
Olmsted Falls city government is working with a planner from Cleveland State University's Levin College of Urban Affairs to develop a market analysis for the downtown area.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
In March, Olmsted Falls residents will receive invoices for trash collection
In 2014, Olmsted Falls residents will be paying their bills differently than they have in previous years.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
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Child, 3, found wandering street; sinkhole nearly flips school bus;...
Casey Arendec, 20, left, and Phoenix Horak, 18, both of Olmsted Falls, finally got the chance on Monday to get their spring breaks started.
Olmsted Falls Mayor Ann Marie Donegan tackles hectic schedule, tries to mend political fences
Ann Marie Donegan, who became mayor a little over two months ago, is situated in an office at City Hall adorned with photographs of her 9-year-old son, Luke, and paintings of presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Olmsted Falls Mayor Ann Marie Donegan: Five Questions
John Glenn and Betty Sutton. Glenn because of his diplomacy. He always struck me as someone who crossed any party line to make good decisions, and we share a birthday.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Teens throw rocks at street light, threaten another youth: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Vandalism, Fernwood Drive: A resident told police on Feb. 27 that her car had been vandalized while parked at the Fawn Lake Apartments complex.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Cheers & Jeers: editorial
CHEERS . . . to Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township, which are close to completing negotiations with Strongsville about a joint dispatch center .
Ohio's largest trees survived another harsh winter: Sun Life
A 6-foot-tall visitor to Allardale County Park in Medina County's Granger Township is dwarfed the largest sugar maple tree in Ohio.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ohio students to test drive new Common Core exams; See what schools will take part here
About 120,000 Ohio students will test drive the new standardized exams that Ohio plans -- tentatively -- to start using in 2015 as the state shifts toward the new minimum standards for each grade shared by 45 states.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Second SNOBALL Run in Bay Village attracts record number of runners, benefits athletic programs
Winter may not be the most popular time to host a road race, but it's works for the Bay Rocket Athletic Boosters.
Southwest General could be home to regional safety dispatchers
With encouragement from academics and funds from federal and county governments, leaders of several southwestern suburbs are looking to consolidate their safety dispatching, maybe at Southwest General Health Center.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Store employee calls about truck's damage to light pole: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Suspicion, Grist Mill Court: Feb. 16, a resident called police about threatening text messages suggesting someone was watching her in her home.
Olmsted Falls City Hall plans open house and schools talk cyber danger: morning links
City Hall open house: Meet new Mayor Ann Marie Donegan, members of council and the City Hall staff at an open house March 30 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tours of City Hall, 26100 Bagley Road, will be offered, along with light refreshments.