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Sally King receives Grindstone Award: Community Voices
Community volunteer and retired Berea School District teacher Sally King received the Grindstone Award during an awards banquet at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Middleburg Heights on Tuesday night.
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Woman accused of damaging fences, lawns while driving drunk: Berea police blotter
Drunken driving, Runn Street : Three residents reported April 15 around 10:30 p.m. that a Mitsubishi Lancer crashed through several fences and drove on several lawns.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Berea Building Department hires two inspectors: Community Voices
Marvin McDonald, who began working for the City of Berea in 2007, will train the new inspectors and oversee enforcement of the city's exterior maintenance code and building inspections.
Berea City School District Art Show announced
The Berea City School District's Twenty-Eighth Annual Student Art Show will take place May 13 through May 15 at the Student Activity Center at Baldwin-Wallace University, 96 Beech Street, Berea.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Judge removes himself from Brook Park councilman's case
A Berea judge removed himself from a Brook Park city councilman's criminal case Thursday, leaving the Supreme Court of Ohio to decide who will hear the charges.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Man's attempt to start fire results in son being burned: Berea police blotter
Endangering child, Sprague Road : A man reported April 13 at 7:40 p.m. that he was attempting to start a fire in his backyard when the fire exploded and burned his 13-year-old son's face.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Tom Haren for Ohio Senate District 23 in the Republican primary: editorial endorsement
The Republican primary for Ohio Senate District 23 - which covers a chunk of Cuyahoga County between Rocky River and Berea -- offers voters a choice between two well-intentioned political neophytes , Tom Haren and Harry E. Ristmae.
Cleveland's ship has come in, but will exporters climb aboard?
When the Dutch ship Fortunagracht steams into Cleveland Harbor on Friday night, having sailed nearly 4,000 miles from Antwerp, Belgium, and threaded an icy Saint Lawrence Seaway, it will find a motley assortment of cargo waiting at the docks.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Spring trout stockings, bass fishing best bets for weekend: D'Arcy Egan's Fishing Report
Stocked game fish have livened the spring fishing in the Cleveland Metroparks and Lake Metroparks, a needed bonus as a very mediocre steelhead trout fishing season winds down.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Berea artist finds fun and satisfaction in Empty Bowl project for...
You might ask what feeding the hungry and ceramic arts have in common. The answer lies in Allen Kradlak's art studio.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Law directors in Middleburg, Brook Park and Berea have wide range of duties
Peter Hull has investigated several officials during his 31 years as Middleburg Heights' prosecutor and an overlapping 29 as law director.
Outside counsel will review complaint against Berea mayor, who returns to work
An outside attorney is reviewing a college student's complaint against Berea Mayor Cyril Kleem, who returned to work full-time Monday following an unrelated two-week leave of absence.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Neighbor annoyed by continued scratching noise: Middleburg Heights police blotter
Noise, Morningside Avenue : A resident contacted police at 5:23 a.m. April 6 about a noise that started earlier that morning.
Post card show brings vendors, visitors from near and far: Around The Town
After several visits to the Western Reserve Postcard Society's annual shows, I've become a collector with a small, but growing cache of cards.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Register now for Safety Town: Community Voices
Registration is now under way for Safety Town, which is designed for children who will be entering kindergarten this fall.
Man accused of shoplifting vodka after filling out job application: Berea police blotter
Shoplifting, Front Street : A Valero employee reported April 3 that a man entered the store around 12:30 a.m., filled out a job application and concealed a bottle of vodka in his pants before leaving the store.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Fort Wainwright soldier charged with killing son, Army says
A Fort Wainwright soldier has been charged with killing his three-year-old son Friday, according to a written statement Wednesday from the Army.
Alaska soldier charged in death of son, 3
In a statement Wednesday, the Army said Sgt. Nathaniel E. Ulroan has been charged with premeditated murder, kidnapping, assault and communicating a threat.
Equity Trust shows off new Westlake headquarters, complete with on-site massages
Equity Trust , which brought more than 400 jobs to Westlake this year, on Tuesday showed off its new headquarters building.