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Bay Village Police Report 1/14/2013

Bay Village Press Release 01/14/2013 BVPD received a call from an employee at the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center on 1-12- 2013 at 0531 hours indicated the building had been broken into and money stolen. Cleveland Metroparks Rangers were advised and responded to take a report. On 01/09/2013, at 1717 hrs, BVPD was dispatched to the area of Kenilworth ... Read More »

Mercy: Flu Causes Visitor Changes

Mercy implements temporary changes to hospital visitation policy in response to flu season Lorain – Due to the severity of the 2013 respiratory influenza season, for the safety and health of our patients, associates and community members, Mercy has made several temporary changes to the hospital visitation policy, effective immediately. Children under the age of 14 are discouraged from visiting ... Read More »


RENACCI ON LEW: I HAVE SERIOUS RESERVATIONS   Washington, DC — Today, U.S. Representative Jim Renacci (OH-16) released the following statement regarding President Obama’s nomination of White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew to serve as the 76th Secretary of the Treasury: “While I respect the President’s right to choose his own Cabinet, I have serious reservations about his decision ... Read More »

OHSAA Approves 7 Football Divisions

OHSAA Approves 7 Football Divisions COLUMBUS – The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors met Thursday, Jan. 10, in Columbus for its regularly scheduled January meeting. The following are highlights from the meeting. The complete set of meeting minutes will be posted at OHSAA.org. –         The Board approved a recommendation from the OHSAA staff regarding the seven-division tournament ... Read More »

Ohio Presidential Ballot Reports 2012

Ohio Secretary of State Husted Releases Absentee and Provisional Ballot Reports for 2012 Presidential Election Record number of absentee ballots cast; More provisional ballots counted than in 2008 Columbus – Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today released reports for absentee and provisional ballots cast in the 2012 Presidential Election. These reports show that a record number of absentee ballots, ... Read More »

Flu Outbreaks on Rise in Ohio

Flu-Related Hospitalizations Continue to Climb in Ohio Providers Report Adequate Supplies of Influenza Vaccinations COLUMBUS – Flu activity remains a concern across Ohio as well as across the country this winter. The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) reminds all Ohioans that it’s not too late to get vaccinated against the flu. Influenza data released today by ODH indicates that there ... Read More »

Tri-C Westshore Earns LEED Certification

Cuyahoga Community College’s Westshore Campus Building Achieves LEED Gold Certification Third LEED certification gives Tri-C most of any Ohio community college CLEVELAND – The Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Westshore Campus Health Careers and Sciences building has earned the College its second LEED® Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Tri-C is the first community college in Ohio ... Read More »

Gary Fix of First Federal Lakewood Retires

GARY FIX, PRESIDENT AND CEO, FIRST FEDERAL LAKEWOOD, RETIRES THOMAS FRASER, EVP & COO TO SUCCEED First Federal Lakewood has announced that Gary R. Fix, President and CEO will retired on 12/31/12 and will continue to serve on First Federal’s Board of Directors. Thomas J. Fraser, EVP & COO, has been chosen by the board to succeed Mr. Fix as ... Read More »

Resolve 2B Ready in 2013

Resolve 2B Ready in 2013 Columbus – 2012 proved to be yet another active year for disasters – at least 34 tornadoes ripped through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama on Christmas day; winter storms Draco and Euclid brought heavy snow and blizzard conditions in from the west; Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy destroyed the East Coast in October; and extreme droughts and wild ... Read More »