Lakewood, OH

Police cite resident for aggressive dog on the run: Olmsted Falls Police Blotter

Police received a call at 8:25 a.m. Sept. 20 that a large German Shepherd was in her backyard. It seemed somewhat aggressive. Police contacted the owner at 8:36 a.m. who planned to retrieve his dog. The owner was still trying to locate the dog at 9:07 a.m. The Cuyahoga County Animal Warden was contacted. Police left the area but, returned again when the dog reappeared in the complainant’s backyard again now barking at her. The owner was contacted again. The dog charged at an officer who was unable to Taser it. The owner returned. After some time, he was able to get the dog into his backyard at 9:55 a.m., but he was still trying to get it inside. He was cited.
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The AL Central Champion Cleveland Guardians: Can you believe what has happened this season? – Terry Pluto

“This is the most enjoyable season I have had since the big bangers of the 1990s. Leading the league in infield hits, stealing bases, playing amazing defense. “Last season when we brought up Owen Miller, Ernie Clement and tried a young Andres Gimenez and none of them hit much, I wasn’t expecting anything this year. These kids laugh and high-five their teammates like a bunch of Little Leaguers out to enjoy the game ... It’s a big fairy tale.”

Walker finds handgun in roadway: Middleburg Heights Police Blotter

A man went to the police station Sept. 6 about property he found in the street. He said he was walking his dog on Fry Road near Ivy Lane when he noticed a firearm in the middle of that road. He picked up the firearm that was in a holster and immediately drove to the police station. The weapon was not on file as missing. It was loaded with a bullet inside the chamber, but there was no gun magazine. Police test fired it. It was in working condition. Police now have the weapon. The next day the man returned to the station with a gun magazine he found near the scene he saw the handgun. Police determined it likely belonged to the found handgun. Police fired the weapon and sent the shell casings for lab research.

We need nurses: here’s how we’re honoring them

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The last few years have presented unprecedented challenges for our medical system. Hospitals, and the doctors and nurses who staff them, have been pushed to their limits, and in many cases beyond. As we emerge from a historic pandemic, many find that the healthcare landscape has...

Nine Inch Nails Reunites With Original Band Members In Hometown Ohio Show

Nine Inch Nails founder Trent Reznor got the OG band back together at a special show just outside of the band's hometown of Cleveland last night, Saturday September 24. Towards the end of NIN's set, former members Richard Patrick (Filter), Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner and Charlie Clouser took the stage to join in on the last six songs that paid homage to the tunes that were birthed from the epic '90s-era lineup. The reunion-led tracks included "Eraser," "Wish," "Sin," "Gave Up" and "Head Like A Hole," the latter of which ended the performance, as noted by

Lebron James and childhood friends open new clothing store in Akron

CLEVELAND, Ohio (CLE WEEKEND) - Lebron James and his childhood friends are opening a second store for their clothing brand “UNKNWN” in Downtown Akron. The idea started back in childhood. A simple love for sneakers and sports brought childhood friends Jaron Kanfer, Frankie Walker, and Lebron James together.

Cleveland Guardians AL Central Division champions | Shirts, hats, more gear for sale online

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Guardians are American League Central Division champs! Merchandise commemorating the Guardians’ title went on sale minutes after they clinched the division Sunday when the Chicago White Sox lost to the Detroit Tigers, 4-1. Just minutes later, Cleveland defeated the Texas Rangers 10-4. Replace your old Indians postseason gear with Guardians playoffs merchandise. It’s Cleveland’s first AL Central crown since 2018 and the city’s first championship as the Guardians. Lots of apparel and accessories are available.

Police: Woman ‘in crisis’ set herself on fire

A woman reportedly lit herself on fire during a struggle with a village police officer. Officers learned the woman was "in crisis" and threatening to harm herself at about 9:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, according to a news release from Richfield Police Department. She was traveling in a vehicle near Wheatley Road and Interstate 77.

Cleveland’s 32nd Annual Senior Day was a celebration worthy of its honorees: Leslie Kouba

CLEVELAND, Ohio – One of my hobbies is trying new things – new experiences, events, restaurants, and even meeting new people. Since I’d never been, I decided to go to Cleveland’s Department of Aging 32nd Annual Senior Day last week at the always-lovely Public Auditorium. I had no idea what to expect – and that’s the thrill of new things that I enjoy.