The city’s Planning Commission approved designs for a proposed luxury housing development on Wolf Road, across from City Hall.
The vacant Buna Vestire Romanian Catholic Church building on Wooster Road will soon house a new congregation, this one providing addiction resources to those in need.
North Olmsted City Schools Superintendent Mike Zalar presented residents with several options for coping with declining enrollment and the cost of maintaining aging buildings during his state of the schools address last week.
The recent theft of nine catalytic converters cut off trucks and vans in Westlake could be connected to similar thefts around the Westshore earlier this year.
All 8-year old Luke Obrycki wanted to do was solve a recurring problem. While playing the outfield for his rec baseball team in the summer, he would often get thirsty but couldn’t get any water.
For most teenagers, getting a driver’s license means trips to the mall and getting food with friends. For Westlake High School senior John Paul Southern Jr., it means racing down the Daytona International Speedway at 180 mph in a Dodge Challenger.
A dozen African Americans who lived in North Olmsted during the 19th Century are no longer lost in the city’s history, thanks to the diligent work by a group of eighth graders at North Olmsted Middle School.
A dedicated group of staff and volunteers help bring the magic of the holiday season home to people who use the North Olmsted Oxcart Pantry.
The city jail in Sheffield Lake might need upgrades to maintain its status as a 12-day facility, police Chief Tony Campo said. The designation means prisoners can be jailed there for that long, saving the city the cost of housing them in the county jail.
Full- and part-time Sheffield Village government employees, police and firefighters will receive a 2.5% pay increase Jan. 1 and an extra paid holiday as part of a new three-year wage deal council approved Nov. 18.
Lydia Gadd, director of Westlake’s Senior and Community Services, knew what to do when she was approached by a family whose father lost his job just before Christmas and couldn’t afford to buy presents for their son.
Saint Christopher Parish has begun work on a new playground to celebrate its centennial. Construction crews already are leveling the ground behind the church, 20142 Detroit Road. In the spring, crews will install playground equipment. Work is expected to wrap up in the summer. The new ‘Cente…
Aiden Bruder didn’t want to do your average science fair project. No baking-soda volcanos, experiments about mold or crystals.
Lester the dog, who had bitten other dogs in his Westlake neighborhood, is headed to a pet sanctuary in Lorain County as part of an agreement reached in Rocky River Municipal Court.
Brookpark and Clague roads, two of North Olmsted’s most heavily traveled routes, will be resurfaced starting in about two years.
The city will replace water lines and make road improvements on West 213th Street between Fairview Parkway and Hillsdale Avenue as part of a $659,000 project next summer.
A Cleveland man faces up to six years in prison for driving his car into a tow truck March 18, causing an accident that led to part of the other driver’s left leg being amputated.
Fairview Park Mayor-elect Patrick Cooney is jumping right into working on continuing economic progress in the city and determining who will join his staff when he takes office in January.
Sheffield Lake City Council was expected to pass an emergency ordinance Tuesday night authorizing Mayor Dennis Bring to work with real estate investment company Marcus & Millichap to identify a prospective buyer for Shoreway Shopping Center.
Three Cleveland men are headed to prison following their convictions for a 12-city, 19-day crime spree last year that included burglaries in Fairview Park, Westlake, Rocky River and Lakewood.
Less than a year after the city banned vaping and the possession of vaping devices by anyone under 18, City Council strengthened its legislation by adding preventive provisions designed to keep them from vaping and smoking.
North Olmsted school officials are seeking public input about closing any or all of the six elementary and primary school buildings and whether the district should build new schools or renovate existing buildings.
Someone tampered with two vehicles while they were parked on Case Road, and police suspect the two incidents are related.
The earliest memory Andrew Keith, 32, has of his abilities comes from his childhood. Whenever his mother was in pain, he would place his hands on whatever joint or muscle hurt and her pain would go away.
From the outside, Jeff Hartz’s home on Dover Center Road seems ordinary. The light-blue, cottage-style house sits across from St. Raphael Catholic Church.
School officials last week approved a $29,070 contract with DWA Recreation, a PlayCore company, for new handicap-accessible playground equipment at Goldwood Primary School. Work is expected to start in June and be completed by the start of the upcoming school year.
Plans for a bigger and better and Bradstreet’s Landing are proceeding more than two years after the city closed the popular fishing pier and lakefront park for safety reasons.
The city will hire sharpshooters to kill 35 deer this fall and winter that officials hope will limit the property damage caused by deer and reduce car-deer accidents.
The city of Rocky River is asking the county to foreclose on the seven-story Westgate Plaza building where the city leases space for the police department.