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Wish I Were There: Edinburgh, Scotland
Diane Glatzer of Strongsville took this photo while strolling the cobblestone alleyway leading away from Edinburgh Castle.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Strongsville's contract with Fabrizi for Pearl widening rises by 3 percent to $7.34 million
Strongsville resident Brian David, center, was sworn in as the newest member of the Strongsville Planning Commission Monday night.
Strongsville native wins award for care of dying patient: Strongsville Morning Update
Strongsville native Michael McQueen, a registered nurse at MetroHealth Medical Center , has won an award for outstanding nursing from the California-based DAISY Foundation.
Strongsville applies for $4 million grant to extend Foltz Industrial...
The city hopes it has finally found grant money to extend Foltz Industrial Parkway , a project that could lead to the creation of 3,000 new high-paying jobs.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Strongsville will seek $4 million in federal money for Foltz Parkway extension
On Monday night, City Council may introduce and vote on an ordinance that would seek $4 million in federal grant money for the proposed extension of Foltz Industrial Parkway .
The Medina Gazette
Police: Beware burglars knocking on your door
Police want Montville Township residents, especially seniors, to be wary of "distraction burglars" - an old crime that may be making a comeback along with spring weather.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Crain's Cleveland Business
Pulte Homes is making major push in Northeast Ohio
With locally owned homebuilder ranks decimated by the worst housing downturn since World War II and a dwindling lot supply as the market rebounds, publicly traded national builder Pulte Homes is opening up the throttle.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Olmsted Falls offers a myriad of upcoming activities: Olmsted Dates and Data
Grand Pacific Junction is ready for its Faerie and Herb Fest from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 26. Enjoy a magical tour in exploring the shops and grounds of the historic village on Columbia Road just north of Bagley Road to see what these whimsical creations left behind to find.
The Eyes of Freedom: Iraq War Traveling Memorial is coming to Strongsville - Strong Points
The Memorial consists of 23 life-size portraits that have become a powerful traveling military tribute honoring all those who answered the call to service.
Impatient man's threats taken seriously by medical facility staff: Strongsville Police Blotter
Harassment, Pearl Road: Police were called at 6:40 p.m. April 11 to Strongsville Medical Center and Urgicare about a patient's husband who made threats while he wife was in the waiting room.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Groundbreaking for new Strongsville middle school set for May 9 but land-clearing has already begun
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new middle school on Pearl Road is scheduled for 4 p.m. May 9 behind Center Middle School.
Cathie Stahurski, Strongsville nursing home activities director: Five Questions
A: I am responsible for planning, developing, organizing, evaluating and implementing the activity program in the facility.
Relive the days of Euclid Beach Park: Strongsville Morning Update
The Euclid Beach Carousel Society will present a history of Euclid Beach Park , and discuss the return of the carousel in University Circle , at 7 p.m. May 1 at the Strongsville branch library, 18700 Westwood Drive.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Olmsted Falls voters could face choices on hospital, fire, and park levies in 2014
Voters might be faced with choices on three levy renewals this year. City Council approved legislation on three bills that advanced a trio of ballot issues which would continue funding Southwest General Health Center, the city fire department, and parks.
The Plain Dealer
Strongsville Mayor Thomas Perciak will deliver state-of-city address Tuesday
Mayor Thomas Perciak will deliver his state-of-the-city address at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Walter F. Ehrnfelt Recreation & Senior Center, 18100 Royalton Road, in Strongsville, during a Strongsville Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Priest's cooking, martial arts, lifeguarding experiences give students recipe for a better life
About 500 junior high school students from SS. Joseph and John School in Strongsville; Incarnate Word Academy in Parma Heights; St. Michael, Independence; St. Peter, North Ridgeville; St. Ambrose, Brunswick and St. Barnabas, Northfield, got a recipe that will help them for the rest of their lives.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Medina, Brunswick law directors' pay in line with rest of region
The law directors in the two cities work part-time and are appointed by the mayor in Medina and the city manager in Brunswick.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Strongsville senior housing plan coming; law directors in Strongsville and Brecksville well-paid: Best of the beat
In November, developer Bill Boyer convinced Strongsville voters to rezone about 4 acres on Howe Road from single-family to senior-housing.