Support Our Local Restaurants during Coronavirus Crisis

These are very challenging times here in North Royalton and all around the world. Our routines have been disrupted and we feel we are at a standstill. In time, the Coronavirus will be gone and we all will be back to our normal activities. Until that day comes, however, we must all do what we can to stay healthy and help each other. While residents are following Governor Mike DeWine’s Stay-at-Home rule, the restaurant industry is being hit very hard since they are closed for in-house dining. The good news is that some restaurants and bars are still offering carryout and delivery ....

Apr 1, 2020

Keep Us In Stitches Club’s quilts are donated to worthy causes

Keep Us In Stitches is one of the several service clubs in North Royalton that use their time and talent for the benefit of others. Keep Us in Stitches is an organization that whose special talent is quilting. They make and donate quilts to others. Many people have heard the term, barn raising or quilting bee. In the late 1700s and through the 1800’s neighbors, especially pioneer neighbors who lived miles apart would gather to complete a task to help one another out. You’ve probably heard of barn raisings, where farmers would raise the structure of a barn in a day. A quilting bee woul ....

Mar 24, 2020

Help yourself and others during COVID-19 crisis

Events such as the current coronavirus (Covid-19) not only has an impact of the practical flow of your day-to-day lives, but also can impact your sense of control, leaving you to feel powerless in your own life and the lives around you. While there is so much, at this point, that you cannot control, there are some things that you can do to help yourself and those around you. Protect Yourself Follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and those of the local, state and federal government. Take steps to protect yourself and your family: The CDC advises to wash your hands wi ....

Mar 24, 2020

North Royalton resident pleads guilty in police attack

A 58-year-old North Royalton man was indicted after he allegedly attacked a North Royalton Police officer. He was arrested on August 18. John Pugnea pleaded guilty to Felonious Assault on a Peace Officer and three counts of Aggravated Menacing. According to North Royalton Police Reports, a resident reported that he was threatened by another motorist after a driving altercation. The driver called police during the altercation, reporting the license plate number. According to the report, Officer Alexandra Bell spotted the vehicle and followed him back to his house to investigate the threat. ....

Mar 24, 2020

North Royalton Browns Backers earn “Club of Year” nod

“I just told them our story.” Out of hundreds of stories from around the globe, the story of the North Royalton Browns Backers, told by Founder Tim Rudnick, prompted the Browns Backers Presidents’ Leadership Council to name them the 2019 Browns Backers Club of the Year. To celebrate, the Cleveland Browns threw the North Royalton Browns Backers a private party March 10 at Niko’s Bar & Gyros where the club meets. Amidst a glowing sea of orange and brown, the spirited party featured a special meet-and-greet visit with beloved Browns alum Hanford Dixon, mascot Chomps, presentations by N ....

Mar 24, 2020