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Homicide Suspects Arrested

The Euclid Police have arrested two suspects in the fatal shooting at Sims Park Beach on July 17th, during a resident-organized “Stop the Violence” rally.  The shooting resulted in the death of 19 year old Euclid Resident Phillip Banks and a severe injury to an unnamed 12 year old male Euclid resident.  The juvenile victim is currently hospitalized and recovering …

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Sharrows

On Tuesday, July 19th 2016, the City of Euclid began painting “sharrow” markings on Lakeshore Boulevard as the first step to installing a shared bike path in the curb lane of the street. Both motorists and cyclists may use the “sharrow” lanes. Cars/Trucks/Buses are required to change lanes to pass a bicycle and stay behind the bicycle – as one …

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IRS Scam Alert

There has been an increase in Euclid residents’ complaints about IRS scam phone calls. The scammers are very convincing using demands and threats, using fake titles and badge numbers, and using limited information on you to frighten you into paying immediately. The IRS will NEVER call and demand money, will NEVER require payment by prepaid debit card, will NEVER ask …

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Summer at Sims

Come to Sims park to enjoy live music every Thursday evening in July (7, 14, 21, 28).  Bring a blanket or lawn chairs!

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National Night Out

Tuesday August 2nd at E 276 and Sidney Drive at the pavilion and basketball court.  Join EPD at 5:00 p.m. for activities and hot dogs.  Join your neighbors to celebrate safety in our community.

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Crime Analysis Unit

In the middle of the former Euclid Dispatch Center sits a round table. The room is an “open door” for members of the Euclid police department, Kate McLaughlin said. The table is there to encourage people to sit down and talk with the new unit that has become “something like a central hub of communication,” as Sgt. Dan Novitski put it. …