Happy 25 cent lemonade Saturday! Stop by the shop for a nice cold glass of lemonade from our lemonade stand for just a quarter! Grab some lunch, enjoy it outside on our new table & chair set, and shop our new arrivals! Open until 6pm. See you soon! 💗🛍🎉🌤 ... See MoreSee Less
COMING TO CLEVELAND July 18-19 Join the Ford Driving Skills for Life program for advanced driver training for teens. This half-day training will help teens improve their skills in hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed and space management, braking and stopping distances, reaction time and how to avoid the dangers of distracted and impaired driving. This is a free program provided by Ford Motor Company. Space is limited. Registration is OPEN -> bit.ly/FordDSFL_Cleveland ... See MoreSee Less
The city is enlisting the help of longtime residents who may know where the lost time capsule is. Anyone with information on the city’s time capsule whereabouts can contact the mayor’s office at 440-237-4300.
The city is enlisting the help of longtime residents who may know where the lost time capsule is. Anyone with information on the city’s time capsule whereabouts can contact the mayor’s office at 440-237-4300. ... See MoreSee Less
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
Senior performs award-winning song in honor of friend’s mom May 14 school board meeting
North Royalton High School senior Elaine Slaby (pictured) performed the original song that earned her first place in the state PTA Reflections contest at the May 14 North Royalton City Schools Board of Education meeting.
Slaby spent almost a year writing the song in memory of her friend’s mother, who passed away. Music teacher David Vitale encouraged her to submit the composition to the contest.
Student principals Three elementary school students were recognized for being “Principals of the Day.” Alex Kelley of Albion Elementary, Zachary Horiba of Royal View Elementary and Zoe Amburn of Valley Vista Elementary won this experience at an annual PTA fundraiser.
The students shadowed their principals on May 4. The day included supervising bus arrival and dismissal, doing the morning announcements, observing classrooms, meeting with the lunch staff and custodians and attending a district curriculum meeting. The students also participated in a working lunch with Superintendent Greg Gurka, where they reviewed the designs of the new elementary school.
Middle school art show The North Royalton Middle School art department held a student art show May 3 to showcase artwork that students created beyond the school day. The board recognized the participants.
“These students make art because they have a drive and a desire to create,” said Principal Jeff Cicerchi. “It’s an opportunity for them to share their passions and feel the rush of pride as others view their work.” ... See MoreSee Less
Starting July 2, there will be changes in the procedures on obtaining a driver’s license. The changes are being made to comply with federal regulations and ensure greater security and identification protection. In the past, if one is renewing a license, they would bring in their own license, take ...
It's going to be a hassle. Pam you're going to have to give me a near play by play when you update yours.
Thank you for this information!
My sister in law, a resident of Indiana, had to also produce her marriage certificate because she changed her last name at the time she married my brother. So she had to Bri,g in her... birth certificate, social security card, marriage certificate and a current utility bill or bank statement.
The making of a freebie bag! Thanks to all our participating partners for all the awesome give-aways! Partnering for prevention- there is also still time to register if you haven’t signed up yet! Come join the fun! Weather is looking great for a picnic!
It took a lot longer than 9 seconds per bag! Look at all the amazing products in this bag!! 😍
You have to love the free (and cute) help when mom is a coalition director holding an event! ... See MoreSee Less
Dear NRAB members, Thank you for another fabulous year for the boosters. We continue to provide the support for our high school and middle school athletic teams by providing uniforms and equipment that help the teams achieve success and look good at the same time. I'd like to invite you all to the f...
We earn a percentage of all your purchases from our shop page! Have you shared it on your social media accounts to friends and family yet? Every little bit helps us raise money for our athletes. Here’s how: Click this link to visit the shop page Copy the web address of the page you are on Go to Fa...
Cross posting from North Royalton Wrestling. A fundraiser at the 3-Spot will take place on Saturday, 6/2 @ 6PM. Silent Auction, side boards, and $25 all you can eat + drink tickets. Check out one of the items being donated for the silent auction. ... See MoreSee Less
Yes! If they want to be dumb enough to try to break in and hurt me or my family or friends, then they are going to get what’s coming to them. Sometimes you don’t have time to wait for the police to arrive. This is why I got my ccw, always ready for the unexpected.
I believe if there are intruders in your home to dial 911 first and hold off as long as possible before you need to use your weapon..... but depending on the circumstance!!! But in the case where intruders were in the garage and he shot them and then called he should have called first because they were not a direct threat to the man!