5 hrs ago
Berea and Olmsted Falls set to join Strongsville's emergency dispatch center
If they do, a total of four communities, including Strongsville, would receive emergency dispatch service from the Southwest Regional Dispatch Center on Pearl Road in Strongsville. North Royalton signed a dispatch agreement with Strongsville in February.
6 hrs ago
Weirton Daily Times
Irene F. "Rene" McClain, 90, of Steubenville, OH, died Friday, September 12, 2014, at the Inn at Wyngate, Weirton, WV.
10 hrs ago
Inventor trained his sights on speed: Around The Town
While skimming the 2011 Guinness Book of World Records recently, I discovered an article on longtime Berea resident Don Wetzel among its pages. But to the point, Wetzel, inventor of a jet-powered blower still used today to remove excess snow from railroad tracks, is in the Guinness book and was featured recently in GE Reports as perhaps the most prominent member of a New York Central railroad crew that set the world speed record for a self-propelled, jet-powered train.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Berea to host Small Business Administration seminar: Community Voices
Berea's Economic Development Office will sponsor a seminar on Sept. 24 for entrepreneurs looking to open a new business or business owners planning to expand.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
The Dynamat AMSOIL/Street Rodder Road Tour - Part 3
Our driver's meeting was at 8:30am. After going over details of the upcoming day's activities we all headed north to the National Packard Museum in nearby Warren, Ohio.
Breaking Report: Josh Gordon to Be Suspended 10 Games
May 21, 2014; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon during organized team activities at Cleveland Browns practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports Earlier today Adam Schefter reported that Josh Gordon would be suspended 8 games when the new Drug Policy is all said and down.
Running to help take the sting out of pay to play-Middleburg Heights Happenings
The 17th Annual Tom Madzy 5K and Dog Walk is right around the corner but there is still time to register. Taking place from 9 a.m.-noon, Sept.
Inventor trained his sights on speed: Around The Town
While skimming the 2011 Guiness Book of World Records recently, I discovered an article on longtime Berea resident Don Wetzel among its pages. But to the point, Wetzel, inventor of a jet-powered blower still used today to remove excess snow from railroad tracks, is in the Guiness book and was featured recently in GE Reports as perhaps the most prominent member of a New York Central railroad crew that set the world speed record for a self-propelled, jet-powered train.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Berea observes Patriot Day: Community Voices
The city today commemorated the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America with a ceremony on the Triangle sponsored by American Legion Post 91. Members of the Berea divisions of Police and Fire took part in the ceremony as did veterans of Post 91 and city officials.
Man urinates on trailer, nearly sparks Oktoberfest scuffle: Berea police blotter
Assault, Eastland Road : A man reported at 10:30 p.m. Sept. 1 that a vendor tackled him at the Cleveland Oktoberfest at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
Neptune Benson's ETS-UV Added to State of the Art Drinking Water Facility in Berea Ohio
Neptune Benson's ETS Ultraviolet Disinfection systems protect the City of Berea, Ohio drinking water to ensure elimination of chlorine tolerant organisms Neptune Benson , a leading manufacturer of commercial filtration systems, UV disinfection systems, and components, successfully installs a state of the art UV drinking water system in Berea, Ohio enabling Berea to seek the Cryptosporidium credit in Ohio. The City of Berea public water system uses surface water drawn from the East Branch of the Rocky River; however supplies can be drawn from nearby Coe Lake and Baldwin Creek as required.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Berea council seeks fair rules for fowls
After complaints from several neighbors, Mayor Cyril Kleem introduced a bill this month to limit, license and inspect local flocks. Then two poultry women cried foul at a council meeting.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
An expanded Berea Arts Fest with more than 100 artists takes place Sept. 14
You could chalk a sidewalk, paint your face, toot a trumpet, pose with a living statue and help make a float for Coe Lake. Rain or shine, the free, non-profit fest will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.
Mike Guyot will offer scenes from Berea and elsewhere at Berea Arts Fest
These are just a few of the images that the award-winning painter Mike Guyot will offer for sale on Sept. 14 at the Berea Arts Fest.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
American Legion Post 91 sponsors Patriots' Day ceremony: Community Voices
American Legion Post 91 will conduct its annual Patriots' Day ceremony on the Berea Triangle at 9 a.m. on Thursday. The ceremony honors those safety forces, military members and civilians who gave their lives on Sept.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Biz Expo 2014 will feature Berea, Brook Park and Middleburg enterprises
What do hospitals, colleges, restaurants, discount stores, a food pantry, an automaker, a lawn crew, a storage center and a library have in common? They're all part of the upcoming Biz Expo 2014, a yearly event staged by the Chambers of Commerce in Middleburg Heights, Berea and Brook Park. This year's Biz Expo will take place on Wednesday, Sept.
Community effort makes area school supplies drive a success: Around The Town
It was truly an inspiration these past few weeks to see the effort expended to collect school supplies for needy students in the Berea School District. Thanks to places like Berea-based GuidestoneOhio and McDonald's restaurants in Berea and Middleburg Heights, many area students have started fall classes with the tools they need for the upcoming school year.
Phillip T. Stoker
Phillip T. Stoker, 40, of Grafton passed away Monday, September 1, 2014, at St. John Medical Center in Westlake after suffering a apparent heart attack.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Baldwin Wallace instructor writes children's book about basset hound puppy: Community Voices
Fred the young basset hound can't find his bed. He looks all over the house and then wanders the neighborhood in search of his favorite sleeping mat.
Berea judge hopes to renovate his cramped court
Municipal Judge Mark Comstock has given up his long-time hopes of a new courthouse and started looking at reconfiguring the old one. He'd like at least to stop having to tape spools of wires to the walls and store reams of computer paper in the men's room.