Cuyahoga County Board of Elections officials will give demonstrations of new electronic poll books at three Westshore libraries this week.
Westlake Superintendent Scott Goggin said the deal will benefit the entire community. Although the various properties involved will change hands, they will remain under the ownership of Westlake taxpayers, he noted.
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted District and city officials are gearing up for the start of Phase 3 of the North Olmsted City Schools $90 million capital improvements project. Going into the North Olmsted City Council’s building, zoning and development committee meeting last night where Phase 3 of the project was scheduled to be discussed, […]
By Sue Botos Rocky River With the cost of hauling materials to landfills rising, recycling is becoming a necessity. In response, city officials are hoping residents will consider options other than the trash can when it comes to refuse disposal. Safety service Director Mary Kay Costello announced at a recent City Council session that the […]