Work on 13 infrastructure improvements in and around Fairview Park’s public schools will begin in the summer of 2015 now that the Ohio Department of Transportation has awarded the city’s Safe Routes to School project $350,000 in grants. ODOT administers the program and funds 20 percent of the grants. The rest of the money comes from the federal Department of Transportation.
By Sue Botos Rocky River Because of the growing movement to include individuals with developmental disabilities in society, especially in the labor force, facilities such as the Rocky River Adult Activities Center have redefined themselves, emphasizing work skills. But according to Kelly Petty, superintendent of the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD), there is [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City Council was scheduled last night to discuss Mayor Kevin Kennedy’s proposal to allow deer culling with archery equipment within the city. Members of council were planning to meet as a committee of the whole to discuss the issue with an official from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Kennedy [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Wit and wisdom. Friends and family of Jane Leaver recalled her use of both aforementioned qualities on a professional and personal level throughout her life as they honored her memory. Leaver passed away at age 49 on Sept. 2 after a long fight with lung cancer. Officials at Waite & [...]