InfoCision founder Gary Taylor dead at 59
InfoCision Management Corp. announced its founder, Gary Taylor, 59, died Saturday, according to Crain's Cleveland Business.
The Taylor family started InfoCision in 1982 and now employs more than 4,000 in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, Crain's Cleveland Business reports.
Strongsville teachers strike for second day
Teachers in the Strongsville School District entered the second day of their strike Tuesday.
Cleveland.com reports many students who were in school Monday decided to stay home Tuesday.
Strongsville Superintendent John Krupinski told Cleveland.com the district is continuing to use substitute teachers.
"We started with about 175 teachers, and just this morning we processed another five to eight and we have about six additional substitutes upstairs being processed right now," Krupinski told Cleveland.com. "Things today are much calmer."
Akron man killed in car crashAn Akron man died Tuesday morning when he lost control of his vehicle and careened onto an embankment onto Kelley Avenue, Ohio.com reports.
Akron police say alcohol may be a factor, according to Ohio.com.
The driver, identified as Michael Lloyd, 34, of Akron, died of severe head trauma, according to the Summit County Medical Examiner's office.