Sheffield Village News

Press Profile: David Graves

Friday, March 31st, 2017

9:10 a.m. David Graves is already at his office in Sheffield Lake City Hall reviewing overnight police reports. Someone’s in jail for domestic violence. Graves knows he will have to maneuver his schedule a bit to get to court for an arraignment in this case. For the layperson, an arraignment is typically held within 24 hours of an arrest. This is where a defendant hears charges being brought against him or her, bail is set and a pretrial date is scheduled. As prosecutor for the city, Graves works closely with Sheffield Lake police Chief Tony Campo and arresting officers as he determines charges to be brought against an individual.

Brookside Intermediate School’s RAHA robotics team rockin’ it with The Rock 2.0

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

The arrival of wheels was cause for celebration among RAHA Tribe members who are in the process of building an entirely new robot — The Rock 2.0 — to participate in world competition.

Mayors earn applause and laughs during annual updates

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Residents of Sheffield Lake and Sheffield Village were at the heart of presentations made by their mayors during the annual Mayors Lunch sponsored last week by the North Coast Chamber of Commerce.

Brookside High School robotics team heads to world competition

Friday, March 17th, 2017

They look like a team of surgeons hovering over a body, heads bowed, talking quietly, using a tool here and there. In actuality, they are Team 6403A, Brookside High School’s crack robotics team, ranked third in Ohio as they headed into state competition against 68 other high schools over the past weekend.

Team thrilled to have chance to compete at state level

Friday, March 17th, 2017

Two are freshmen and two are juniors. Two are girls and two are boys. Two are experienced and two are new at robotics. Yet, they work as one united team when it comes to robotics.