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At 11, Ryan Hill has plenty of activities (and schoolwork) to fill his days. When he’s not in class at Dover Intermediate School, he’s playing Fortnite, watching the Columbus Blue Jackets or hanging out with friends.

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The faint scent of hickory gently wafted through the air as a gentle breeze from Lake Erie spread the aroma throughout the city. Sounds of conversation loud and gentle could be heard on almost every street as people circle around fire pits for a night of drinks and conversation.

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A 21-year-old clerk at the Speedway on Lorain Road was cited for selling beer to a minor during an underage drinking sting operation Sept. 26 involving the North Ridgeville police and other law enforcement agencies.

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The city and the school board are seeking public comments about a proposal to improve walking and biking routes to Bay Middle School, Normandy Elementary School and Westerly Elementary School.

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A Canadian landlord who has a history of building code violations has spent the past week scrambling to fix a non-working elevator and fire alarm and sprinkler systems at the seven-story Westgate Plaza office tower where the Rocky River Police Department has leased space since Aug. 1.

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Four smash-and-grab break-ins early Sept. 19 in Avon, Bay Village, Westlake and Sheffield Lake are apparently connected, law enforcement officials said.

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Discussion on legislation that could lead to new restrictions on temporary political yard signs in Fairview Park  has been put on hold.

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City Council recently rezoned about 14 acres on the southeast corner of Corporate Circle Drive across from Crocker Park for development of four, one-story buildings that will hold shops, restaurants and offices.

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On a quiet Tuesday night, in a corner of the Bay Village library set aside for teenage readers, eight residents ages 50 and older sit around two tables doing what they love: playing bridge. Surrounded by books on teenage dilemmas, dramas and love, near a sign advertising a flip cup challenge…

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North Olmsted school leaders are excited because for the first time in a decade they have their largest kindergarten class.

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A 21-year-old former Lakewood High School student was released Monday after being arrested for posting a social media threat Saturday directed at the high school’s students, Lakewood police said.

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Ohio Flags of Honor, a traveling memorial honoring Ohio service members killed in the War on Terror, Iraq and Afghanistan, will be on display around the clock from 6 p.m. Sept. 13 to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Shoreway Shopping Center, 4128 Lake Road.

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Brightly colored letters set in the front lawn spelled out “Welcome to WES” as nearly 1,000 students arrived Thursday for their first day at the new $38 million elementary school on Center Ridge Road.

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Construction of Cuyahoga Community College’s $40 million building on its Westshore Campus is nearly complete as crews add finishing touches to the interior.

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