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Strongsville, Ohio is located in Cuyahoga County. Zip codes in Strongsville, OH include 44149, and 44136. The median home price in Strongsville is $208,500 which is roughly $84/per square foot. More Strongsville information.

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11 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

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.

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17 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

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.

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18 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

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.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Cleveland.com

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.

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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.

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Cleveland.com

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.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Cleveland.com

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.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Cleveland.com

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.

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The Chronicle-Telegram

Volunteers improve Haven Center lobby

About 15 volunteers from the 2014 Leadership Lorain County class worked in shifts Saturday and today to transform the lobby of the Haven Center into a brighter, more inviting space for the adults and children who find refuge there.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Sandusky Register

Coming soon: Sushi, Hibachi restaurant

Benny Yang and his business partner, William Huang, are gearing up for a mid-May opening of a Japanese hibachi and sushi restaurant, Tokyo Rock, at 1934 Cleveland Road.

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Cleveland.com

Shaker law director among highest paid in Northeast Ohio suburbs;...

Shaker Heights is one of only four suburbs that employs a full-time law director, a survey of 43 Northeast Ohio communities found.

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Sandusky Register

Treasurer hunt yields 14 names

Huron school board members plan to conduct candidate interviews throughout April and hire a permanent treasurer by May 28, superintendent Dennis Muratori said.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Cleveland.com

Police find drunk driver sleeping in mud-caked car: Strongsville Police Blotter

Drunken driving, Whitney Road: At 3:17 a.m. April 8, police discovered a man slumped over the steering wheel of a maroon Maxima parked in an apartment complex garage.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Cleveland.com

Strongsville's law director is highest paid among those in 43 Greater Cleveland communities

Strongsville is one of only four Northeast Ohio suburbs with a full-time law director -- and it pays for that distinction.

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Cleveland.com

Older job-seekers can receive help at library: Strongsville Morning Update

Job-seekers older than 40 can learn how to increase their marketability at a workshop from 2-4 p.m. April 17 at the Strongsville branch library , 18700 Westwood Drive.

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The Medina Gazette

City manager field down to 5

Brunswick City Council has narrowed the field to five finalists for the job of city manager.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Cleveland.com

Parma is region's only suburb with a full-time, elected law director

With roughly 80,000 residents, Parma is Northeast Ohio's second-largest city, and has the biggest suburban law department budget in 2014, $1.1 million.

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Cleveland.com

Fatal shootings in Cuyahoga County; March home sales details; local property tax rates;...

From fatal gunshots to local property tax rates in Greater Cleveland, this week's Numbers Behind the News recaps a variety of data from cleveland.com/datacentral .

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Cleveland.com

Strongsville Building Department signs three plans examiners to new one-year contracts

The plans examiners - who review building plans to make sure they comply with Ohio code - are David Scherry of Herschman Architects in Cleveland; Anthony Bumbalis , building commissioner in East Cleveland and Olmsted Township; and Julie Sipka of Sipka Architects in Fairlawn.

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Cleveland.com

Strongsville City Council approves middle school site plan: 5 things...

Also, Mayor Thomas Perciak , in a preview of his state-of-the-city address next week, said he would talk about economic development and the rising costs of safety forces and rubbish removal.

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