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Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Public meeting planned for upcoming $1.4 million Cahoon Road sewer project

By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village City officials plan to have a public meeting in mid-October to explain final plans for the $1.4 million sewer project starting on Cahoon Road in November. “We’re still working out the last of the details on all of it,” Mayor Debbie Sutherland said Friday. “As soon as we finalize a […]

Former DEA agent spends the day at Bay High School talking about national drug problem

By Nicole Hennessy Bay Village Former DEA agent Robert Stutman can spot a heroin addict, cocaine addict or a drunk almost immediately. However, concerned it’s not so easy to determine who might be abusing pills, he said, “I cannot pick out an opioid addict.” For this reason he finds this new drug trend of abusing […]

Councilman’s antifreeze murder case to be featured on ‘Dateline NBC’ Friday

Ward 1 Councilman Brian McDonough, an assistant county prosecutor, tried his first case this summer as the first chair, or main attorney, on behalf of the county’s major trial unit. It turned out to be a big one, a murder trial that would not only garner significant coverage in The Plain Dealer and local TV newscasts but also attract the nationally televised newsmagazine broadcast, “Dateline NBC.”

Schools seeking public input for strategic plan

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted School officials have set a community forum for Oct. 10 at North Olmsted High School in an effort to see what roads people believe the district should go down in the future. Officials set the time for the public meeting from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. […]



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