Tracey Read, The News-Herald

Tracey Read

The News-Herald

Willoughby, OH, United States

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Past articles by Tracey:

Richmond Heights juvenile gang member facing adult prison for armed Lake County robberies

A 17-year-old member of a notorious Cleveland gang has admitted holding up two Lake County bu → Read More

Willoughby police who responded to domestic violence call not liable for woman’s murder

A Willoughby woman’s death was solely caused by her live-in boyfriend — not city police officers who responded to a domestic violence incident between the couple earlier that evening, according to a federal judge’s recent ruling. → Read More

Lake Metroparks sued over Painesville Township pier construction contract

An Eastlake construction company has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the Lake Metroparks Board of Commissioners over the new → Read More

Cuyahoga County Children Services officials don’t want to testify in Euclid murder case

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael C. O’Malley’s office is asking a judge to relieve county Department of Children & Family Services employees from testifying in a Euclid murder case. → Read More

Juvenile sentenced as adult in armed Willoughby robbery

A 16-year-old Cleveland boy was sentenced to six years in adult prison May 14 over $152. → Read More

Eastlake man sentenced for molesting two girls

An Eastlake man sobbed before being sentenced May 14 to 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting two girls. → Read More

Cleveland man pleads guilty to breaking into Mentor day care

A Cleveland man has admitted to breaking into a Mentor day care while he was high on PCP. → Read More

Money to fight heroin addiction raised at Western Lake County Kids Fair in Eastlake

A new event was held April 29 that entertained families with children of all ages while raising money for a good cause. → Read More

Geauga County Maple Festival comes to a close in Chardon

For 89 years, the Geauga County Maple Festival has celebrated past, present and future producers of the sweet and sticky syrup. → Read More

Geauga County Jail inmate escapes from hospital

A Painesville man who was furloughed on a misdemeanor theft charge now faces a felony escape charge after allegedly fleeing from University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center in Chardon. → Read More

3 Democrats vying for Lake County Common Pleas Court judge nomination in May primary

Three Democrats are vying to become the newest judge on Lake County Common Pleas Court to replace retiring Judge Richard L. Collins Jr. → Read More

3 Republicans vying for Lake County Common Pleas Court judge nomination in May primary

Three Republicans are competing for an open seat being vacated by retiring Lake County Common Pleas Judge Richard L. Collins Jr. → Read More

Appellate court affirms Madison Village’s victory in fire station dispute

Madison Village Council did not abuse its power by voting to reimburse the Madison Fire District for improvements to a former fire station, an appellate court ruled this week. → Read More

11th District Court of Appeals: Attorney challenging incumbent in May primary

Attorney Matt Lynch is challenging incumbent 11th District Court of Appeals Judge Colleen Mary O’Toole in the May 8 Republican primary. → Read More

Lakeland hosting #MeToo event for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Last fall, Hollywood celebrities brought attention to the #MeToo and Time’s Up social movements. → Read More

Geauga County Common Pleas Judge Forrest Burt prepares for mandatory retirement

When Forrest Burt was a teacher in an inner-city Columbus high school, he would often provide rides home for athletes in various sports. → Read More

Painesville Township man admits causing crash that killed Perry woman

A Painesville Township man has admitted causing a fatal crash at the Mentor-Kirtland Hills border while driving with a suspende → Read More

Eastlake man pleads guilty again to sexually assaulting two girls

An Eastlake man who claimed he was pressured into pleading guilty to sexually assaulting two girls has decided to plead guilty → Read More

Concord firefighter’s misconduct appeal dismissed

A Concord Township firefighter accused of misconduct while at the scene of a blaze that destroyed th → Read More

‘Pancake Town USA’ raising money for Geauga County’s first sober house for women

For 65 years, thousands of people have been meeting in Burton every Sunday in March for an immensely popular all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast during maple sugaring season. → Read More