Council looks at medical marijuana dispensary options

Representatives from the Medical Marijuana Dispensary, The Botanist, addressed City Council at their November 15 Building and Building Codes Committee meeting about bringing a medical marijuana dispensary to North Royalton. Although Ohio has a medical marijuana law, passed in 2016, the city of North Royalton currently has laws that place restrictions on the production and distribution of marijuana. Council passed legislation in 2018 that prohibits “ all cultivators, processors, or retail dispensaries licensed under Chapter 3796 of the Ohio Revised Code within the city,” according to Ordin ....

Nov 22, 2022

21st Annual Holiday Lighting set for Sunday, Nov. 27

Bring the whole family to welcome the holidays at the City Green on Sunday, November 27, from 4 to 7 p.m., for the annual holiday lighting ceremony, a tradition that is 21 years old. North Royalton’s holiday lighting begins with a parade stepping off from the St. Albert the Great Royalwood parking lot at 4:45 p.m. Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz, will lead the way, with the North Royalton High School Drum Line keeping the beat. Members of the parade will be welcoming the holiday season spreading good cheer and passing out candy to the spectators as they await the arrival of – you guessed it, that ....

Nov 22, 2022

Third School Resource Officer for North Royalton Schools is named

The new Student Resource Officer for the North Royalton School District was announced by North Royalton Police Chief Keith Tarase. The new SRO has completed his initial SRO training with the Ohio School Resource Officers Association in October. He will start the new position on February 13, 2023. “I am excited to name Patrolman Colin Gregory as the new School Resource Officer (SRO) assigned to the North Royalton Elementary School,” stated North Royalton Police Chief Keith Tarase. “Patrolman Gregory is a young, energetic, and hard-working officer that has shown exceptional professionalis ....

Nov 22, 2022

Memorial Park Bridge is named for Patriot, Wally Ohler

When standing in the steady rain, Air Force Veteran Chris Eagan said,” Vets don’t melt.” It is true Vets don’t melt, they don’t stand down, they are steadfast, they have beaten their swords into plowshares to continue the life in the nation they served and fought to secure. Many Veterans, their family members, and supporters came to the dedication of the wooden bridge at Memorial Park on a very rainy, soggy, muddy Veterans Day. Dozens of people gathered under the shelter of the three tents set up along the concrete path that leads to the little wooden bridge. Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz ....

Nov 22, 2022

City Council scheduled to vote on Surveillance Cameras

The North Royalton City Council has asked for legislation to allow for the lease and installation of ten surveillance cameras, after they voted against a similar measure earlier this year, asking for fifteen cameras. The measure was first discussed originally in the Council Safety Committee meeting, then forwarded onto the City Council agenda. It was then sent back to the Safety Committee for further discussion. The final discussion took place on April 19, where Council voted against the measure. North Royalton Police Chief, Keith Tarase, brought the measure back for discussion at the Novembe ....

Nov 22, 2022