A wrap-up of the top headlines in Strongsville this week:
Custodian investigated -- A custodian at Strongsville High School is on paid leave while school officials and police look into whether he actually had a gun and a list of people he wanted to shoot, as rumored.
Gun at the mall -- A handgun was found in a plant outside Dillard's. Police also found a man hiding under a car in the parking lot with bullets that fit the gun.
Schools earn highest ranking -- The Strongsville Schools were rated "Excellent with Distinction" on state report cards, for the first time ever. Two elementary schools also earned that rating.
Traffic problem to be addressed -- The city is hiring an engineer to design a solution to back-ups at the Albion-Prospect intersection.
Rezonings for Sheetz, O'Charley's -- The city Planning Commission recommends in favor of rezoning land at the corner of Whitney and Pearl.