A conversation with Rep. Tracy Maxwell Heard, Minority Whip, Ohio House of Representatives, representing District 26
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A young boy was found dead in a home and a man was shot by police during an incident Wednesday morning on Cleveland’s east side, near the Warrensville Heights border, according to a Cleveland police officer at the scene.
Man robs gas station with box cutter: On May 22, around 12:15 a.m., a man walked into the Thornton’s Gas Station on W. Broad Street brandishing a box cutter. The bandit demand cash from the clerk, in which the employee complied. The robber left the store running and ducked into an apartment building behind the gas station.
Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11) yesterday announced the appointment of John M. Hairston as district director for the 11th District Congressional office in Warrensville Heights
The current Cleveland Police Academy class will get to graduate after all. Amidst state-imposed layoffs an agreement was made and signed by the City ofCleveland and the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association (CPPA) that will enable the 128th Cleveland Police Academy Class to graduate and to be sworn in on Friday, June 24, 2011.
COLUMBUS – When it comes to repealing Senate Bill 5, State Representative Tracy Maxwell Heard doesn’t need anyone to tell her that what’s at stake in this is monumental,