CLEVELAND-- Huntington Bank is closing 70 branches, including 30 in the state of Ohio. Of those closing, 10 are located in Cleveland and two are in Akron, according to a company spokeswoman. "Huntington regularly reviews its distribution network to ensure our mix of branches, ATMs, and online and mo...
You’ll soon be getting a message on your phone from the President of the United States. It’s not a political message, but an emergency test message sent from President Donald Trump as part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s system to warn the public in cases of national emergencies.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Wendy's is giving away burgers every day for the rest of September in honor of National Cheeseburger Day. With the annual celebration on Sept. 18, the fast food restaurant is encouraging customers to grab a free burger by making a purchase of anything else on the menu. In order to....
Lovely, just lovely. Not.SPRAGUE ROAD CLOSURE Please be advised Sprague Road between York Road & West 130th Will Be Closed Tuesday, September 4 at 7:00 am until approximately 4:00 pm AND Wednesday 7:00 am until approximately 8:00 pm. During the road closure, only LOCAL TRAFFIC, SCHOOL BUSES & EMERGENCY VEHICLES will be allowed. Local traffic could experience temporary delays. Thank you in advance for your patience. ... See MoreSee Less
Hope to see you there!Please join us in celebrating North Royalton's Bicentennial this weekend! Take some time with family and friends to kick back and relax with other residents of our community. Whether is is attending the festival, the parade, or our LARGEST DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS EVER, the City of North Royalton will have a weekend filled with fun for all ages! ... See MoreSee Less
We have received several complaints today about residents receiving phone calls claiming to be from the IRS. THIS IS A SCAM! The number associated with the calls is (240) 258-7464 which does not receive incoming calls. Do not provide any information and block the number if possible. You do not need to contact us unless you were scammed.
My Pizzetta will reopen tomorrow Saturday, August 11. We will have goofy hours for the first two weeks while we get things moving. Saturdays 2-10 pm, Sunday, Aug. 12, 12-5 pm, Monday-Friday 5-10 pm. We will be closed Sunday, Aug. 19 and start our regular hours (which is on our website) on Monday, Aug.27. We are under new management and have heard how awesome the customers are. We can't wait to meet you!
We will be at North Royalton Drug Mart (Wallings and State Rd.) on July 21st for our annual Christmas in July fundraiser which benefits our local Salvation Army. Stop up and say "Hi" and have a hot dog when you drop a donation in the red bucket!
Public Square Rosary Crusade this Saturday! Join St. Albert the Great for the Public Square Rosary Crusade, Saturday, October 13, at noon at the North Royalton City Green. This Public Square Rosary, sponsored by America Needs Fatima, will be one of more than 23,000 estimated rallies that will take place all across the United States. An estimated one million Catholics will attend these rallies in a public place on October 13, in honor of the 101st year anniversary of the Marian apparitions at Fatima, Portugal. For more information contact Laurie Andexler at 440-845-2850. ... See MoreSee Less
Josh Novak - #7 Linebacker & Fullback Throughout the season we will "Spotlight" the Seniors from the various North Royalton High School Varsity Teams. Today, the "Spotlight" shines on Josh Novak of the Boys Varsity Football Team. We recently had the opportunity to learn a little more about Josh and....
Jalen Grimes Throughout the season we will "Spotlight" the Seniors from the various North Royalton High School Varsity Teams. Today, the "Spotlight" shines on Jalen Grimes of the Girls Varsity Cheer Team. We recently had the opportunity to learn a little more about Jalen and her life on and off the....
The persons in this album have outstanding warrants through Parma Municipal Court for various offenses. If you have knowledge of their whereabouts, or see someone pictured here, do not approach the person. Call the North Royalton Police Department at 440-237-8686 with a good location. All are innocent until proven guilty in court. Photos will be removed from the site once the warrant is cleared from Parma Municipal Court. ... See MoreSee Less
What has become an annual tradition, North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw and Broadview Heights Ward 2 Councilman Brian Wolf will bet for charity on which team will win the Golden Shoe Game on Friday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. when the Bears defend the Golden Shoe against the BBHHS Bees. Typically...
Did you spot the 2018 Fall Home Improvement Guide inside yesterday's Post? This free special section is full of great ideas and the pros who can help you make them a reality. #Fall #ToDoList #ShopLocal ... See MoreSee Less
We have been made aware of coyote sightings within North Royalton. Typically coyotes are nocturnal, but it is not uncommon to see them during the day. Merely seeing one is NOT a reason to call 911. However, there are certain behaviors that are cause for alarm. Specifically:
1. Coyotes carrying any product marked "ACME". 2. Coyotes dropping anvils from hot air balloons. 3. Coyote posting signs such as "Detour" or "Free Bird Seed". 4. Coyote in possession of a giant magnet. 5. Coyote in possession of a catapult. 6. Coyote detonating "TNT". 7. Coyote on roller skates with rockets attached.
Please call 911 immediately if you witness any of the above behaviors. ... See MoreSee Less
With full support of the North Royalton YMCA, the Partnership for a Healthy North Royalton (PHNR) will continue all of our prevention and education work in our community as a volunteer-based committee under the North Royalton YMCA board. “I’m so excited to continue the work I am passionate about for our community with the YMCA! As a member of the YMCA board for almost 3 years, I’ve seen and been a part of the wonderful ways the YMCA contributes to North Royalton and our community as a whole, and I know this is the right direction to take PHNR. I can’t wait to see what great things we can do together to help with keeping the youth and our families healthy, safe, and educated about the dangers of things that surround our children as they grow.” said Amy Kuntz, Coalition Director. She continued, “Our last board meeting for PHNR had all the major hospital systems represented as well as our two major employers, the city and the school district. It means a great deal to me to have the support of the community and local businesses as we take PHNR to even greater heights.” Partnering with the YMCA will mean that we will utilize the YMCA's processes and be a part of the North Royalton YMCA Board. We’ll continue to stay focused on the important content that sheds light on what our community needs the most; information on how to keep our kids safe from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, warning signs of potential drug use, and how we as a family can help lift up those who are in need. We will remain vigilant about ending the stigmas associated with those who struggle and giving hope to those who need it. This migration is aligned with the greater YMCA’s mission: “To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.” Brandon Bussey, Executive Director of the North Royalton branch of the YMCA, is excited about this opportunity as well, “bringing PHNR on to our board seemed like such a great way to marry the shared visions we have for our community. Safe spaces, healthy lifestyles, and positive growth for our youth and families not only makes for a strong community, but provides for a strong foundation for life.” Formerly a grant-based program in the North Royalton School District, PHNR will now function as a standalone organization with the North Royalton YMCA. The North Royalton School District will remain a supporter of our youth, drug-free coalition activities by helping spread the messages to our students about events and activities that are available. Finally, PHNR will be able to reach families directly using the YMCA’s outreach channels to bring information and materials into homes throughout the community. Look for more details about the coalition meetings and activities to help support our drug-free mission in our city and the surrounding communities.
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⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️🤗A fond farewell & a HUGE THANK YOU to Dr John Kelly(25 years!!) & Sheri Stafford(2years) for serving as volunteer board members for the N.R.B.B.!! You have both made such major positive impacts towards the operations of this organization. There will always be seats for you guys at the tables with us..much love and again, THANK YOU🤗⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️ ... See MoreSee Less
Free admission to the Varsity game tonight for all football players and cheerleaders in uniform. Also come visit the Purple & Gold Booth tonight at the Stadium to see our new items: Crew socks, Football Mom shirts, hats, headbands, polos, hoodies and lots more! ... See MoreSee Less
Mental Health. It's time to start having conversations with your teen (and pre-teen). If you find yourself facing some situation that is already escalated, here is some sound advice. Special thanks to Your Teen for Parents and Stephen R Sroka for the reminder to share this important message.