North Olmsted reveals plans for street repair

February 16, 2018 by  

Donald R. Glauner, North Olmsted’s Director of Public Safety and Service, recently revealed plans for upcoming street repair.

In 2018, the [Read more]

Surprise delivered to Olmsted Meals on Wheels clients

January 25, 2018 by  

This year, local Wheels on Meals clients received something special—extras along with their meals, and a friendly visit from a police officer.

Westlake-based Meals on [Read more]

North Olmsted elects new cop at the top

November 20, 2017 by  

The North Olmsted City Council recently appointed Bob Wagner to the post of the city’s Chief of Police.

Wagner, who commands the [Read more]

Pumpkinville in the Valley draws happy crowds

October 20, 2017 by  

Pumpkinville in the Valley, an annual festival put on by the Olmsted Historical Society, once again drew crowds to the Cleveland Metroparks’ Frostville Museum complex. Families enjoyed fine autumn weather as they took part in fun activities to [Read more]

Moen wins grant from North Olmsted

September 29, 2017 by  

Members of the North Olmsted City Council recently approved a job creation grant to be given to the city’s largest employer, Moen Incorporated. Moen makes fittings for [Read more]

Work underway on North Olmsted campus

August 25, 2017 by  

A new school for grades 6 through 12 is rising in North Olmsted, on Butternut Ridge Road. The complex, which carries a price tag of $90 million, will comprise a high school, middle school, athletic complex, and performing arts center. [Read more]

Fairview Park wins tax credits

July 23, 2017 by  

The Ohio Development Services Agency recently award nearly $35m in preservation tax credits to 13 communities throughout the state.

The money will help [Read more]

Fairview Park cools down with new store

June 25, 2017 by  

Shave ice (not “shaved ice”) is a staple in Hawaii, and now it’s available to Fairview Park residents, thanks to Nicholas Kudej and Kayla Mooney.

The couple have been to [Read more]

Fairview Park officials schedule street maintenance

May 9, 2017 by  

With spring on the way, it’s time for cities to start repairing their streets. According to Eileen Ann Patton, the mayor of Fairview Park, drivers should start looking for those orange barrels that indicate streets are closed for [Read more]

Fairview Park leaders address residents together

April 14, 2017 by  

Eileen Ann Patton, the mayor of Fairview Park, and Bill Wagner, the school superintendent, addressed community members jointly on March 27.

Mayor Patton said she [Read more]

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