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Locked doors were the key to a new career for local author

By Sue Botos Rocky River It could be said that author D.M. Pulley knows what life is like at the top. As an engineer working for a company that addresses structural failure in vintage buildings, Pulley had some unique views of Cleveland as she literally climbed around various landmarks. In fact, the netting swathing the […]

Installation of sculpture in park provides base for new city communication training

By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village City officials have crafted new training techniques after a 6-foot-tall wooden sculpture was installed a few weeks ago by a city worker near the Cahoon Park swimming pool before formal approval was given. Mayor Debbie Sutherland said Friday city officials have determined who the worker is and what he had […]

County grant buys dash cameras for Fairview police cruisers

The dash camera system, from Texas-based WatchGuard Video, consists of three cameras – one forward-looking camera showing a 90-degree range, a second camera with a panoramic, 180-degree view, and a third aimed at arrested suspects who would be placed in the cruiser’s rear seat.

Council moves closer to OKing police snipers for North Olmsted deer culling

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City Council has targeted using specially trained North Olmsted city police as snipers to cull the deer in the city. Voting as a committee of the whole during a Sept. 22 meeting, council recommended having law Director Michael Gareau Jr. replace proposed legislation, which would have utilized bowhunting, with new […]