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Report of shiny substance in Strongsville turns out to be ice: Pick of the police blotter
A motorist notified Strongsville police Tuesday around 5:30 p.m. that she observed something shiny on the roadway near the intersection of Howe and Royalton roads.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Broken license plate light leads police to drugs: North Royalton Police Blotter
Marijuana Possession, Albion Road: A Chevy Cobalt without a working license plate light caught the attention of police at 2:54 a.m. Dec. 2 on York Road.
As retailers gear up for the busy holiday shopping season, they also have an eye out for...
Crowds begin to gather at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville on Monday. Bigger holiday crowds can often result in increased incidents of shoplifting, police say.
Store employee mistakes holiday volunteer for criminal on the loose: Strongsville Police Blotter
Mistaken Identity, Pearl Road: A Walmart employee called police at 5:10 p.m. Dec. 2 thinking she saw the same woman profiled by Fox 8 as being wanted by police leaving the store.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Capitol Insider: Debt-settlement bill finds new champions
As the Ohio House considered a controversial bill revamping state debt-settlement laws last week, GOP Sen. Tom Patton of Strongsville told Reporter Jim Siegel that the industry had made similar, albeit fruitless, attempts in the past several legislative sessions.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Plain Dealer
Relief for water skiers among new legislation introduced in the General Assembly
A bill proposed in the Ohio House would allow water skiers to get out on the water, even if they don't have a spotter who can ride in the boat towing them.
Medina County Juvenile Court, community members give Santa a hand by...
Some Medina County kids found themselves working as elves this week to fulfill their court-ordered community service time.
Strongsville Early Learning Preschool has grand re-opening
On Thursday night, an expanded Strongsville Early Learning Preschool on Lunn Road had a grand re-opening and open house.
Last-minute gift giving made simple for the Sun Star Courier
Christmas is almost upon us, but don't fret! There is still time to find unique and appreciated last-minute gifts from your local merchants.
Companies offering title loans prey on desire to give Christmas gifts: Money Matters
Q: During one of the morning TV newscasts today, I saw a commercial for a way to get a loan without a credit check if you own a car.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
National Mortgage News
Independents' Market Share Greater than 40%: Execs
RESPA and the Holiday Season As we get closer to the holidays, we think about presents, parties, and RESPA! Ken Perry, president and CEO of Broker Knowledge Group, says he is always surprised to see so many loan originator's getting "confused" around the myth of $25 gifts being OK for referral partners.
"Overly polite" suspect wins appeal; search of car was illegal, court rules
A Strongsville man was only going to receive a warning after an Ohio State Patrol trooper pulled him over for driving 45 mph in a 35 mph zone on Pearl Road.
The Medina Gazette
Brunswick woman gets counterfeit surprise
A Brunswick couple said they received a counterfeit $20 bill from a local bank. The counterfeit bill is pictured below a legitimate bill.
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio House OKs bill to hike fees for debt settlement
A bill allowing debt-settlement companies to charge higher rates in Ohio passed the House yesterday over objections from a variety of consumer advocates.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Indians to close remaining satellite team shops
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Strongsville awards grant to company creating 265 new jobs
Vita-Mix Corp. - an Olmsted Township maker of food- blending equipment for businesses and homes - has promised to create 265 new jobs in Strongsville by 2016.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Ohio Court: Polite Drivers Are Not Suspicious
The second highest in Ohio decided on Wednesday that police have no business searching a motorist during a routine traffic stop for being too polite.
School districts in Brecksville-Broadview Heights, North Royalton and Strongsville dive deep into Common Core
Carla Calevich, director of curriculum and instruction at the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District , said the idea is to cover less educational ground while digging deeper.
Woman finds crack pipe sewn into new purse: Strongsville Police Blotter
New Purse Surprise, Southpark Mall: A woman called police at 9:09 p.m. Nov. 20 after finding a crack pipe sewn into a brand-new purse she bought the day before at the mall.