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  1. South Euclid City Council to consider asking voters to renew road taxRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    South Euclid City Council tonight will discuss asking voters in November to renew a five-year 2.5-mill road tax. The tax costs owners of $100,000 homes $250 per year and pays for construction, resurfacing and repair of streets and roads.

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  2. Burntwood Tavern coming to Lyndhurst this summer: Best of the BeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Cleveland.com

    Burntwood Tavern is opening a new location in Lyndhurst. South Euclid wants to name its neighborhoods, and Lyndhurst didn't do a traffic study ahead of Hyatt Place's pending move to Legacy Village.

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  3. Talk of bats in the air at Richmond Heights' Greenwood Farm; Scouts tell of how to build bat housesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Cleveland.com

    No, it wasn't in the sense of going mad, but rather in terms of people talking of bats and of providing homes for the nocturnal creatures. Boy Scouts from Troop 424 in Lyndhurst led a session on how to build bat houses as part of the troop's partnership with Richmond Heights-owned Greenwood Farm, 264 Richmond Road.

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  4. South Euclid to begin fire hydrant flushing Monday: Hillcrest community newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Cleveland.com

    South Euclid will begin its annual fire hydrant flushing Monday. Highland Heights is hiring for summer jobs and Lyndhurst plans to open its pool June 6. Fire hydrant flushing: Starting Monday, the South Euclid Fire Department will begin testing and flushing all the hydrants on streets south of Mayfield Road, followed by the northern streets.

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  5. Sign up for 5K run to benefit Adrian School; city will 'Rock the Block'; more: South Euclid HappeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Cleveland.com

    As one might expect from someone with such an attitude, Murphy's challenges don't have to do with something so simple as trying to quit biting her fingernails. A long-distance runner for about 12 years, she ran her first marathon last year in Canton after participating in about six half-marathons and several 10K and 5K runs.

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  6. Sixty people brave the cold to rally behind China Gate restaurant Thursday at South Euclid's Bexley ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Cleveland.com

    Supporters of the China Gate restaurant at the rally held Thursday at Bexley Park. Shown in the photo are China Gate Manager Peter Wong , and the event's organizer, Matt Greminger .

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  7. Lyndhurst Planning Commission to vote on final drawings for Hyatt Place at Legacy VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Cleveland.com

    First Interstate Properties, LTD. is seeking the Lyndhurst Planning Commission's approval of a six-story Hyatt Place hotel it hopes to build at Legacy Village.

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  8. South Euclid to name neighborhoods, starting with Bluestone Historic DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Cleveland.com

    Round, blue signs bearing South Euclid's leaf logo and the tag "Bluestone Historic District" are giving residents a new way to identify their neighborhood. The Bluestone Historic District, from Brookline Road to South Belvoir Boulevard and Bluestone to Mayfield Roads, is South Euclid's first official geographic designation, and the city plans to tap residents in other areas to name their neighborhoods.

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  9. Beachwood may share emergency dispatch with Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, South EuclidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Cleveland.com

    Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights and South Euclid are among a half-dozen communities that might share an expanded Beachwood emergency dispatch center, Mayor Merle Gorden said Monday night. Gorden stressed, however, that Beachwood hasn't signed or even drafted dispatch agreements with other cities yet.

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  10. Lyndhurst Mayor Joseph Cicero not running for re-election: Best of the BeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Cleveland.com

    That is one of the stories you might have missed out of Hillcrest, South Euclid and Lyndhurst last week. Here are more: Lyndhurst Councilman Patrick Ward to run for mayor: 21-year Councilman Patrick Ward is running for mayor , he announced last week.

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  11. Just-A-Buck really sells items for just a buck; photo contest; more: South Euclid HappeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Cleveland.com

    I have to admit that when I made an appointment to speak with the people at the Just-A-Buck store I didn't know where to find the place. Perhaps you don't know anything about Just-A-Buck, as I hadn't, but it is worth getting to know.

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  12. China Gate organizes rally to protest proposed Panda ExpressRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Cleveland.com

    Supporters of Cedar Center North's China Gate restaurant plan to rally at Bexley Park next week against Panda Express' proposed location in the plaza. The rally comes after weeks of online uproar and protests before South Euclid City Council from China Gate loyalists urging the city not to sell a vacant plot at the plaza to a developer planning to build the national chain.

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  13. Rookie Akron officer indicted in connection with Playhouse Square attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Cleveland.com

    An Akron police officer was indicted Thursday in an attack of another man outside of a hotel in Playhouse Square. Officer Adam Campbell, 28, was indicted by a Cuyahoga County grand jury on one count of felonious assault, a second-degree felony.

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  14. Pet sterilization affordable in NE Ohio: Animals in the NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Cleveland.com

    Neutering pets in Euclid: PetFix Northeast Ohio provides low-cost pet sterilization at 885 East 222nd St.; 216-732-7040. And the PetFix mobile clinic partners with 15 rescue groups in eight counties to deliver the low-cost service.

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  15. Details of new Hyatt Place at Legacy Village unveiled, Lyndhurst Architectural Review Board approves planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    The 355-space garage and six-story hotel will replace a 205-space lot behind the shopping complex and use the existing entrance off Richmond Road. The hotel will also be accessible from Cedar Road, but will not be visible over top of the shopping complex, representatives from developer First Interstate Properties, Ltd. and Perspectus Architecture told the board.

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  16. Lyndhurst Architectural Review Board to assess new Hyatt Place at Legacy VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    The Lyndhurst Architectural Review Board in a meeting tonight will assess the new Hyatt Place coming to Legacy Village next summer. The six-story, 135-room hotel and 355-space parking garage will replace a 205-space lot on at the northern edge of the lifestyle center just in time for the Republican National Convention in July.

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  17. Two arrested in Wickliffe prostitution stingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    Tina J. Freeman, 24, of Cleveland and 36-year-old Jamie L. Clark of Perry were arrested in separate investigations. Both women are accused of advertising massage services on the Internet.

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  18. South Euclid Councilwoman Ruth Gray officially announces run for mayor: 7 things to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    South Euclid Councilwoman Ruth Gray, an outspoken critic of Mayor Georgine Welo who calls herself an advocate for transparency, is running for mayor. Gray, who was elected in 2006, pulled petitions in February to run against Welo, who is seeking re-election for a fourth term.

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  19. Euclid police investigate teen's 'Russian roulette' shooting deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    A 16-year-old Euclid boy is dead after his friends told police he pulled out a revolver, shouted "Russian roulette" and shot himself in the head. The shooting remains under investigation.

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  20. Garfield Building owner says bricks fell from parapet wall; inspections under wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Cleveland.com

    Bricks falling on East Sixth Street crushed a minivan and caused a ruckus Monday afternoon. But the incident wasn't a case of building collapse.

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