1. Ever heard of dog shaming? (Don't worry; it's nowhere near as cruel as the name might lead you to believe.)
It's basically a way of gently teasing your dog for doing something stupid (like eating the whole wheel of cheese.)
It's also hysterical.
And, unless your dog is literate, he or she will probably never know.
2. Mentor Schools began another school year Wednesday and the staff of greeted their students with a music video.
. (Dig that sax solo.)
3. Mentor Police have identified Stacey Robinson
Witnesses recognized Robinson, 46, as a previous customer at the bank, Mentor Police Sgt. Richard Slovenkay said.
Robinson is also being investigated as , which occurred this June in Mentor.
4. Mentor City Council .
They passed a pair of resolutions during their most recent meeting that initiated the process.
One resolution recommended a change to the city code that would allow people to fire a gun in the city -- but only in a commercial indoor shooting range.
The second resolution suggested that such ranges be allowed in the city's industrial zones.
Council passed both resolutions unanimously.
5. Former police officer Matthew Mole -- who served on the Waite Hill, Willoughby Hills, Beachwood and Mentor-on-the-Lake Police Departments -- .
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Nancy McDonnell also made Mole a Tier III Sexual Offender, meaning he will have to register where he lives and works with the local sheriff's office for the rest of his life.
Mole, who lives in Mentor, is accused of having an unlawful sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy from Richmond Heights.
He was arrested and charged after the boy's mother found Mole in her house in the middle of the night, according to The Plain Dealer.