17 hrs ago
Olmsted Falls voters could face choices on hospital, fire, and park levies in 2014
Voters might be faced with choices on three levy renewals this year. City Council approved legislation on three bills that advanced a trio of ballot issues which would continue funding Southwest General Health Center, the city fire department, and parks.
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20 hrs ago
Olmsted Bicentennial Commission releases schedule of events for July celebration
The Olmsted Bicentennial Commission has raised $70,000 in pledges for this year's celebration and released a tentative schedule of events.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Post card show brings vendors, visitors from near and far: Around The Town
After several visits to the Western Reserve Postcard Society's annual shows, I've become a collector with a small, but growing cache of cards.
Car stolen from convenience store lot, recovered by Lorain sheriff: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Special Attention, Mill Street: An employee at a Mill St. business called police on March 4 after she found that someone seemed to have lit a fire behind her store, possibly the previous night.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Strongsville sends renewal levy for Southwest General Health Center to November ballot
Voters will decide Nov. 4 whether to renew a five-year, 1-mill levy that supports Southwest General Health Center in Middleburg Heights.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
2014 Rock Off band CD now available for free listen and download
Drummer Sam Porter, 13, and bassist Chandler Bogomolny, 14, warm up prior to Backstage Politics' song "We'' for the 2014 Tri-C High School Rock Off compilation album.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Father causes commotion at crash scene: North Ridgeville police blotter
Resisting arrest, Root Road: On March 30, officers were dispatched to the site of a crash.
High school track and field: Keystone girls, North Ridgeville boys...
HENRIETTA TWP. - While the Nelson Howe Invitational at Firelands High School had more than enough wind and rain Friday, it also had plenty of drama as boys and girls titles came down to the last event - the 1,600 relay.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Eagle rank flies high in Olmsted Falls Boy Scout troop: Olmsted Dates and Data
The troop will welcome four more Eagle Scouts during a 2 p.m. Court of Honor April 27 at St. Mary of the Falls church hall.
The Strongsville Historical Society kicks off its season with a...
So you think we've had a bad winter here in Strongsville this year? Just wait until you see this! On April 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lathrop House in The Strongsville Historical Village there will be a dramatic presentation of the Blizzard of 1888 in the Great Plains and its effects in the Eastern United States.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Picnic tables, electrical outlets vandalized at Fortier Park: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Theft, Forest View Drive: A resident reported on March 28 that an iPad had been taken from daughter's vehicle, and a Playstation game console was missing in her home.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Berea resident being honored as outstanding citizen
On April 22, the Berea Chamber of Commerce will give the leading volunteer its 47th annual Grindstone Award as the city's outstanding citizen.
Columbia and Lewis roads face temporary closures and schools provide cyber safety information
Road closure: Norfolk Southern Railroad plans to work on the railroad tracks at the Columbia Road crossing in Olmsted Falls .
Jacquelyn L. Simon
Jacquelyn L. Simon, 85, of Elyria, formerly of Olmsted Falls, passed away peacefully Saturday, March 29, 2014, at the Wesleyan Village in Elyria.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Olmsted Falls City Council authorizes engineering firm to advertise sewer bids
City Council has authorized the engineering firm tasked with redrawing plans for the Phase Five sewer renovation to advertise for bids for the project.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Construction season returns to the Ohio Turnpike
Crews in Cuyahoga County and three other locations along the Ohio Turnpike will set out the annual announcements of road construction starting Monday.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Coyotes on the rise, Shaker cell phones banned: Weekend update
It snowed in this first full week of spring. But even in this winter weather, coyote sightings have become more prevalent as the carnivores produce offspring and defend their dens.
Window broken at gas station: Olmsted Falls police blotter
Theft, Bagley Road: A man arrived in the police station March 21 to report that someone had opened his mail and taken his tax refund.
Olmsted Falls school district officials release video showing planned high school renovation
Supporters of an Olmsted Falls High School bond issue hope a new video depicting planned renovations will help convince voters to approve funding.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Olmsted Falls 2014 budget relies on reserve funds to cover $142,000 anticipated revenue shortfall
City Council Tuesday night approved a 2014 budget that calls for the city to spend almost $142,000 more from its general fund than it will collect in revenue.