Fewer than a tenth of one percent of the average 1.6 million students who take the ACT annually receive the top score. That’s roughly one in 12,000 students, according to the ACT website.
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Mayor Kevin Kennedy has set a third storm and flood followup meeting for 8 p.m. Nov. 25 in City Council chambers in City Hall on Dover Center Road. Kennedy’s administration already had one meeting this summer in the Springvale Country Club on storm and flooding issues in the city. After [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City officials didn’t have to go far when they hired North Olmsted’s first new firefighter in seven years. Keith Rush is a North Olmsted High School graduate and has an associate degree from Cuyahoga Community College. He also worked as a firefighter in Morrow, Ga. Rush was sworn in as a [...]
By Sue Botos Rocky River City Council has taken the initial step of securing funds for storm and sanitary sewer work on Hampton Road south of Interstate 90. During its last legislative session, council gave the go-ahead to legislation calling for the city to participate in the Ohio Public Works Commission’s state capital improvements program, [...]