Monthly Archives: July, 2013
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted A former North Olmsted businessman and registered sex offender convicted on illegal firearms charges in 2012 recently lost his appeal in federal court. David Katrenick, who had owned Lazy Dave’s Tattoo Shop on Lorain Road, lost his appeal in the U.S. 6th District Court of Appeals on his sentence of [...]
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Mayor Debbie Sutherland will be able to pick the new police chief from among the top three scorers on the exam being given later this year. Bay Village’s Civil Service Commission clarified that Sutherland will be able to utilize the same method of picking a new police chief that she [...]
By Sue Botos Rocky River Most people use online auction sites such as eBay and Amazon.com to find a good deal or maybe to make extra cash by selling stuff that has been gathering dust for years. But not many would surf these sites looking for a way to cut energy costs. However, this is [...]
Like its predecessor building, which is being renovated to serve as an intermediate school, the new Lee Burneson Middle School is named after the man who served as the district’s superintendent from 1924 to 1963.