Westshore By Sue Botos Back in 1972, individuals with developmental disabilities were routinely placed in institutions, or families coped the best they could at home with the limited resources available. William Steudel and his wife would not accept this life for their son Bill, who had Down Syndrome. They wanted him to live fully and […]
Some delegates staying at Westlake hotels for the Republican National Convention last week got extra, close-up time with big GOP names. Befitting its status as a swing state, Pennsylvania’s delegation heard from several Republican heavy hitters during their breakfast meetings at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel.
By Jeff Gallatin NORTH OLMSTED Bond was set at $150,000 Thursday for an area man recently charged with rape by the North Olmsted City Police Department. Emanuel Gulley, 30, of North Olmsted, remains in jail after bond was set after he appeared Thursday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. In addition, the court maintained a […]
By Jeff Gallatin BAY VILLAGE Bay Village School district officials are taking the final steps to place a proposed 5.9-mill operating levy on the November ballot. Superintendent Clint Keener said Friday the Cuyahoga County Auditor’s Office has already certified the district’s financial figures for the proposed levy and sent them back to the district for final […]