Like any good horror movie, the zombies keep coming and the bodies keep piling up. It’s the same at the Graveyard of Browns Quarterbacks on Charles Road in North Ridgeville, where there are some freshly dug graves this year.
The Ohio School Bus Safety Working Group met in person on Thursday in Columbus. The focus of the meeting was on seat belts on school buses and if they are a good idea.Avon Lake’s Superintendent, Joelle Magyar, was the featured speaker at the meeting. She spoke about her district’s experience testing out tow buses that have seatbelts on them.
“Hopefully kids understand that you don’t have to finish where you started,” Rich Paul said. “If you look at my start, if you look at all the things that took place throughout my life I had every excuse needed not to go forward.”
More and more children are dying as a result of domestic violence. That’s according to new data released Wednesday by the Ohio Domestic Violence Network. In most domestic violence cases, the perpetrator has been the victim’s parent.
It is a reoccurring problem in the City of Cleveland Heights. Cars crashing at the intersection of Fairmount Blvd. and Taylor Street. Most of these crashes ending up with a car in the front yard or in the home of John Gall’s home.
“What we do want is a fair contract that would not only retain the good teachers that we have here but also attract teachers to want to come,” ATA spokesperson Emily Marty said. “I’m a parent, I’m a community member, and I want what’s best for the schools.”
A traffic stop led to three men facing “a variety of charges” after the driver initiated a pursuit, the passengers tried to run away, and one threw a loaded gun out of the car, Wickliffe police confirmed.