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Investigator | Crimes found at popular local malls
Holiday shopping is no time to let down your guard where crime is concerned, as our check on local shopping centers shows.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Strongsville parent asks for assurances that schools will avoid future strike
A Strongsville parent said families with eighth-grade students in the Strongsville City Schools are considering sending their children to private high schools instead of Strongsville High School.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Vitamix is searching for overseas blend
Vita-Mix Corp. of Olmsted Township is stirring things up in Strongsville with plans to move about 120 employees next month to the former MCPc building on Drake Road, though the maker of high-end blenders could find its next growth-driven property deals overseas.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Dec. 23 to be last day for popular Berea eatery: Around The Town
Bucci's landmark italian restaurant on the Berea Triangle has been a favorite gathering place for familiar names and faces in our town for more than a quarter century.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Time passes swiftly toward a happy holiday: Briefly Brook Park
I can hardly believe this is the last column before Christmas. I guess that late Thanksgiving date really did make a difference in shopping days, etc.
The Plain Dealer
Strongsville Board of Education approves raises for non-teaching staff
On Thursday, the Board of Education approved a contract adjustment for Strongsville City Schools bus drivers, secretaries, classroom aides, cafeteria workers, mechanics and other workers who are not part of the teaching staff.
Last-minute shopping for your gift list? Check out these local gems
So you're a bit of a procrastinator. You have still have loads of gift to buy, and you fear dashing to the mall will deplete your stock of holiday spirit.
Loud domestic dispute turns into cat fight: Strongsville Police Blotter
Cat Fight, Pearl Road: A loud argument described as a domestic dispute was called into police at 7:45 p.m. Dec. 5 at Towers at Falling Water apartments.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Driver in fatal Granger Township crash pleads guilty to three charges
A 22-year-old man pleaded guilty today to three charges, including aggravated vehicular homicide, related to a June 13 crash that killed a 29-year-old Columbus man.
Sun Star Courier: Christmas Time is Here in BBH, NR, and Strongsville
Brecksville knows how to celebrate Christmas! From a Christmas parade and children's play to telephone calls from Santa and a contest for outdoor Christmas lights, this city is where it's at.
Strongsville Morning Update: school board, open house, college junior in the spotlight
Strongsville City Schools will honor outgoing Board of Education members David Frazee and Jennifer Sinisgalli on Thursday night at Strongsville High School.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Report of shiny substance in Strongsville turns out to be ice: Pick of the police blotter
A motorist notified Strongsville police Tuesday around 5:30 p.m. that she observed something shiny on the roadway near the intersection of Howe and Royalton roads.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Broken license plate light leads police to drugs: North Royalton Police Blotter
Marijuana Possession, Albion Road: A Chevy Cobalt without a working license plate light caught the attention of police at 2:54 a.m. Dec. 2 on York Road.
As retailers gear up for the busy holiday shopping season, they also have an eye out for...
Crowds begin to gather at SouthPark Mall in Strongsville on Monday. Bigger holiday crowds can often result in increased incidents of shoplifting, police say.
Store employee mistakes holiday volunteer for criminal on the loose: Strongsville Police Blotter
Mistaken Identity, Pearl Road: A Walmart employee called police at 5:10 p.m. Dec. 2 thinking she saw the same woman profiled by Fox 8 as being wanted by police leaving the store.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Capitol Insider: Debt-settlement bill finds new champions
As the Ohio House considered a controversial bill revamping state debt-settlement laws last week, GOP Sen. Tom Patton of Strongsville told Reporter Jim Siegel that the industry had made similar, albeit fruitless, attempts in the past several legislative sessions.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Plain Dealer
Relief for water skiers among new legislation introduced in the General Assembly
A bill proposed in the Ohio House would allow water skiers to get out on the water, even if they don't have a spotter who can ride in the boat towing them.
Medina County Juvenile Court, community members give Santa a hand by...
Some Medina County kids found themselves working as elves this week to fulfill their court-ordered community service time.
Strongsville Early Learning Preschool has grand re-opening
On Thursday night, an expanded Strongsville Early Learning Preschool on Lunn Road had a grand re-opening and open house.
Last-minute gift giving made simple for the Sun Star Courier
Christmas is almost upon us, but don't fret! There is still time to find unique and appreciated last-minute gifts from your local merchants.