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Beachwood councilman recants statement that mayor paid for wife's meal
The Beachwood city councilman who on Tuesday said Mayor Merle Gorden used his city credit card to pay for the councilman's wife's meal in November 2012 changed his story Wednesday after meeting with the mayor and other city officials.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
girl assaulted by students: Lyndhurst Police Blotter
A woman said Feb. 28 her daughter was walking home from school when a large group of students from Arch Tech School approached her and began fighting with her.
Chinese herbal therapy debuts at Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals
Changes made to state laws have opened the door for certified herbal therapists to prescribe custom Chinese herbal therapy blends and traditional formulas to patients within a clinical practice.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
False Alarms in Chagrin Valley area keep officers busy
Police in Solon have documented zero instances of a home security alarm sounding during a burglary in the last two years.
Beachwood officials consider reducing limit of tax dollars spent on meals; councilman says mayor's spending 'not a lot'
Beachwood City Council is considering reducing from $30,000 to $5,000 the limit Mayor Merle Gorden and other city officials can spend for meals and to attend charity events on the taxpayers' dime each year.
Metal Center News
5-2011 Business Topics
The U.S. aluminum market improved more last year than many had expected and this year may be even better, predicted Steven Demetriou, chairman and chief executive officer of Aleris International Inc., Beachwood, Ohio.
Metal Center News
3-2011 News: Restructured Aleris Reports Gains
Restructured Aleris Reports Good Gains Aleris International Inc., Beachwood, Ohio, reported revenue growth of 26 percent in fourth-quarter 2010, to $1.1 billion, due to higher LME aluminum prices and improved rolling margins.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Beachwood City Council to discuss business expenses
Beachwood City Council members will talk about employee business expenses during a public committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. today at City Hall, 25325 Fairmount Blvd. Mayor Merle Gorden's business and lunch expenses came under scrutiny last year, when Northeast Ohio Media Group reported he racked up an $18,000 food tab since December 2010.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
What's on the menu for your Oscars party?
You can make the empanadas ahead and freeze them on a rimmed baking sheet. When they are frozen, pile them into a plastic bag.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
After housekeeper gets busted, couple discovers missing Rolexes, silverware: Moreland Hills police blotter
Burglary , Jackson Road: Police received a call from officers in Shaker Heights and Beachwood on Feb. 22, concerning at least one local client of Parma housekeeper Zoryana Romanko, 39, who was recently arrested for several burglary offenses elsewhere and could now be facing more.
Found wallet leads to arrest for unlucky owner: Beachwood police blotter
A Richmond Heights man might have thought his luck had changed when his lost wallet was found Feb. 21 by service department workers in Beachwood on Richmond Road.
Traffic stop leads to seizure of cocaine: Pepper Pike police blotter
Possession of cocaine, Brainard and Cedar roads: A Beachwood man, 37, was arrested on a felony drug charge shortly before 2 a.m. on Feb. 22 when police found him driving a car with no brakes but about 3 grams of cocaine on board.
Individual baked hot chocolates
This is on the menu at Moxie, the Restaurant, located in Beachwood, Ohio, which has featured American cuisine for 14 years.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Norman Childs Expands Eyetique Beyond Pittsburgh and Opens Third 3 Guys Optical Location
BEACHWOOD, Ohio- Eyetique is expanding beyond the Pittsburgh region with tomorrow's opening of a new Eyetique location here in the Cleveland metropolitan area.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Judge: 'Wide scope' of investigation into Parma housekeeper ...
A judge on Wednesday denied lowering a $500,000 bond holding a Parma housekeeper in jail on charges that she stole jewelry from a house she cleaned.
State of the City recap; housekeeper accused of burglary; night with the Monsters: Parma Morning Links
Parma resident Zoryana Romanko, 39, is accused of taking two pieces of jewelry worth $1,200 from a Beachwood home in which she worked as a housekeeper.
The Plain Dealer
Ohio auditor issues finding of recovery for $507,206 against businessman Gilbert Singerman
The Ohio Auditor's office contends Cleveland-area businessman Gilbert Singerman had unlawful interests in public contracts awarded by a now-closed charter school.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Shaker Heights City Council bans cell phone use by drivers
Starting in late May using a hand-held cell phone while driving inside the city could cost a driver $1,000 and 30 days jail time, plus two penalty points on his or her driver's license.