November 23, 2014

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Widening Center Ridge Road could displace North Ridgeville hardware store

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — For the past 30 years, Joe Buescher has worked in the landmark that is his family’s hardware store near the corner of Center Ridge Road and state Route 83. “We’ve done pretty good all these years,” Buescher, 48, said of the Buescher’s Hardware store that has served the needs of locals since Read More…

PulsePoint App a lifesaver for those who need defibrillator

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Paramedics and ambulance crews can provide life-saving skills within minutes, but a new smartphone app looks to bring help to area heart attack victims even quicker. “It can be a pretty frightening situation to see somebody you love die and feel like there’s nothing you can do to help them,” said Nick Read More…

Officials to explain Center Ridge Road progress

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Residents will get the lowdown on the widening of Center Ridge Road during a March 13 informational meeting with officials and engineers from the Ohio Department of Transportation. The open house-style session is 5 to 8 p.m. in the community room of the North Ridgeville Education Center on Mills Creek Lane. ODOT Read More…

Online grocery ordering coming to parts of Lorain County

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Busy families who can’t seem to fit it all in will have a new option: A Cleveland-based business is expanding its online grocery-ordering and home delivery service to North Ridgeville and Avon. Presto Fresh Grocery, which began operations at the end of November, is entering Lorain County boasting close to 5,000 grocery Read More…

North Ridgeville firefighter disciplined for working another job while ‘sick’

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A city firefighter accused of working a part-time job for another fire department on days he called off sick in North Ridgeville will serve 10 24-hour unpaid suspensions. The sick time he used will be deducted from his vacation days. Arbitrator Harry Graham issued the decision this week against Ralph Conte, an Read More…

North Ridgeville OKs law requiring workers to clean up debris daily

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Anyone planning on sprucing up his or her yard with trees, landscaping or a waterfall this summer or thinking of hiring someone to do it needs to make sure the job site remains tidy. That’s because City Council unanimously approved legislation Tuesday night that provides for fines of up to $1,000 a Read More…

Study finds North Ridgeville affordable place to live

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The city ranks ninth among 20 Ohio communities examined for their affordability, population growth and proximity to educational and job-training facilities emphasizing emerging career fields. The ranking was made by Nerdwallet, a San Francisco-based company that has undertaken such studies on a state-by-state basis for about a year, said Maggie Clark, a Read More…

North Ridgeville Schools drop Twitter account

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — In today’s world of gotta-have-it-now information, it would seem reasonable that any and all forms of technology speeding the seemingly instantaneous spread of information would go to the head of the class. However, that didn’t turn out to be the case for North Ridgeville Schools, which recently deep-sixed the district’s @NRCSRangers Twitter Read More…

Union representative says talks with North Ridgeville going well

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The head of the union representing employees from several city departments said Thursday he is hopeful of coming to terms on a new contract package in the near future. “We hope to get it knocked out in the next couple of (negotiating) sessions,” said Anthony Oliva, president of Local 3442 of the Read More…

Study says North Ridgeville must increase rates to stop city flooding

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The city must increase its sewer rates significantly in the near future if it intends to reduce periodic flooding that has plagued the community for years. That’s the conclusion of a study commissioned by the city last fall. URS Corp., a Cleveland engineering firm, gave a report to City Council members who Read More…