Monthly Archives: January, 2011
If it’s a dog’s life for veteran North Olmsted Police dog Rico, then he’s off to a pretty good start as he heads into retirement. Rico, 11, a Belgian Malinois, was honored with a retirement party at the North Olmsted Senior Center after serving the city of North Olmsted since 2002. He was [...]
Westlake native and military historian Patrick K. O’Donnell’s new book tells the story of the men of George Company, or “Bloody George” as they were known, a Marine company formed quickly to answer its nation’s call to duty in 1950.
Cuyahoga County employees who hold political office in nonpartisan governmental bodies can keep their jobs, but those in partisan bodies must make a choice, officials indicated last week. Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald Friday issued an order requiring all county employees under his authority to report any elected or appointed political offices [...]
Some more details emerged last week on the proposed skilled nursing-assisted living complex planned for the former Garnett Elementary School property at West 208th Street and Lorain Road. The school district is selling the 4.77-acre property to the city, which in turn plans to sell it to an as-yet- unnamed developer. In return [...]