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Ursuline College in Pepper Pike opens 'The Best Closet in...
At Ursuline College , a collection of women's clothing from the late 19th century to today has been stored away, seen mainly over the years by fashion students.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Drunk man passes out in car at deli, ends up in jail: Broadview Heights Police Blotter
Drunken driving, Royalton Road: At 9:36 a.m. Aug. 16 police were called to More-4-Less deli regarding a man passed out inside of his Dodge Charger.
Local business dialed up for fraud scheme: Pepper Pike police blotter
Fraud by tele-communications, identity theft; Butterwing Road: Officials at Business Consulting Group Inc. reported Aug. 19 that someone opened a fraudulent AT&T account in their business name, purchasing nine phones and creating nine BCGI accounts.
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Pepper Pike's annual ice cream social features magician: Morning links
Summer reading wrap-up party: Orange library will host a party for children to close out the summer.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Keith Winebrenner is sworn in as Beachwood's new chief of police
Commander Keith A. Winebrenner, who had been serving as acting chief since March when former chief Mark Sechrist retired, officially took the helm of the 44-officer department at Monday's City Council meeting.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
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Residents and visitors enjoy Solon's last Party in the Park of the summer
A large crowd took advantage of Friday's good weather and the opportunity to enjoy the Party in the Park offered by the Solon Center for the Arts and the Solon Recreation Department at Solon Community Park.
Car hits boulder, driver transported: Hunting Valley police blotter
Motor vehicle accident, Route 87 and Falls Road: A Cleveland Heights man was taken to an area hospital about 2 p.m. on Aug. 8 after his car left the roadway and struck a boulder.
Flying debris on highway suspected in damage: Pepper Pike police blotter
Damage to property, I-271: A Shaker Heights woman reported Aug. 12 that she was driving in the northbound local lanes in her Toyota Yaris about 5 p.m. when she and her two passengers, including a boy, 4, heard a loud pop just before her passenger side mirror shattered, sending pieces into the passenger compartment.
Knitting for a cause: Chagrin Valley Chatter
Helen Graziano, owner of the yarn store Ewes d'Bleu in Pepper Pike, opens her doors to volunteers who knit hats, lap blankets and scarves for cancer patients.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Bainbridge Island Review
Visconsi gets permit to begin clearing and grading at site of new shopping center
The developer of a controversial new shopping center at the corner of Highway 305 and High School Road has received its permit from the city of Bainbridge Island to begin clearing and grading on the heavily forested property.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
After 25 years, Beachwood Safety Town director still gets...
One doesn't last 25 years on a job -- and excel at it -- without having some passion for that occupation.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Noise complaint proves to be country club fireworks show: Hunting Valley police blotter
Noise complaint, Fairmount Boulevard: A precursory investigation revealed that the source of a noise complaint shortly before 10 p.m. on Aug. 2 was a fireworks show at the country club in neighboring Pepper Pike.
Financial office break-in, other attempts investigated: Pepper Pike police blotter
Breaking and entering , Chagrin Boulevard: Bandits appear to have made off with strictly petty cash in an Aug. 6 break-in at the Wells Fargo financial institution, formerly Wachovia.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
5 things to do in Chagrin Valley before summer ends
While the end of summer is just beyond the horizon, Chagrin Valley residents can still create some last minute summer memories.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Local teen learns Italian for family: Chagrin Valley Chatter
Learning Italian has gone well beyond the classroom for 16 year old Alex Macauda of Pepper Pike.
Rash of weekend car break-ins investigated: Pepper Pike police blotter
Theft from autos; Trillium Trail, Fox Hollow Drive: Police are investigating several car break-ins that likely all occurred overnight on July 25-26.
Pepper Pike Community Band to hold concert Monday -- Pepper Pike morning news
A concert and a meeting are some of what's happening in Pepper Pike this week. Check out more items below.
Thu Jul 31, 2014