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Kent Hall of Fame Class of 2014: Susan Van Vorst
A 1979 Roosevelt graduate, Susan Van Vorst participated in a number of musical opportunities including band and choir.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Intoxicated man 'flips out,' officers use Tasers to subdue him: Berea police blotter
Disorderly conduct, Sprague Road: Two officers responded to a call about three men fighting in a house at 12:28 a.m. March 9. A third officer joined them.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Woman says someone filed false tax return in her name, received $900: Berea police blotter
Identity theft, Baldwin Drive : A woman reported Feb. 27 at 7:01 p.m. that the IRS informed her that she'd filed an incorrect tax return for the year 2011; the woman said she does not file tax returns because her only source of income is disability payments.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Westlake, Rocky River, Berea, Avon Lake schools moving forward on International Baccalaureate diploma
Westlake High School is moving closer to launching an International Baccalaureate diploma program in partnership with the Rocky River, Berea and Avon Lake schools.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Southwest General could be home to regional safety dispatchers
With encouragement from academics and funds from federal and county governments, leaders of several southwestern suburbs are looking to consolidate their safety dispatching, maybe at Southwest General Health Center.
Education Foundation host night of fun and fundraising
The Education Foundation is holding its 14th annual auction at 6:45 p.m., Mar. 13 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Middleburg Heights, 7230 Engle Road.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Plain Dealer
'The Bachelor,' auto show, 'Bates Motel,' Neneh Cherry and Mr. Peabody: Pop 10
Chloe Sevigny plays Catherine Jensen, a rookie homicide detective who is motivated by her brother's disappearance and her growing suspicion that her father is a serial killer, in the new drama "Those Who Kill."
Lelia Mae Brehm
Daughter of Thelma Isabell Brown Biddle Kronman and George Biddle, Lelia was born February 3, 1935 in Toledo, Ohio.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Free Wildlife Wendy and Outback Ray shows promote enrolling now for kindergarten
Sign your children up for kindergarten now, a consortium of school districts and social service agencies are telling parents, so that you can prepare them better for school and the schools can be prepared for them.
Talented artists are highlighted online: Briefly Brook Park
Did you know that our budding artists are sharing their artwork with the world? There's this really cool website called Artsonia where teachers upload student art and anyone can order copies of the work.
Olmsted Falls schools keep connected with parents: Olmsted Dates and Data
One day, many years ago, our son Chip decided to catch a bouncing marble at school with his mouth.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Man's stolen minivan found in Cleveland: Berea police blotter
Motor vehicle theft, Lincoln Avenue : A man reported Feb. 22 around 11:30 a.m. that someone stole his 1999 Dodge Caravan from his driveway.
Brook Park explores centralized safety dispatching with neighboring communities
Brook Park Mayor Tom Coyne is working with Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township to centralize safety dispatching, possibly at Southwest General Health Center.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Olmsted Falls basketball players net victories on the court: Olmsted Dates and Data
It may be cold, wet and just about every season outdoors, but a group of boys heated up the basketball courts this season.
All Pro Dad program gains steam in Avon Lake schools: Everything Under the Sun
A program designed to give men the resources and encouragement they need to become better fathers has taken hold in two Avon Lake schools.
A kind deed sees ugly results: Middleburg Heights police blotter
Identity theft, Alan Parkway : A resident reported Feb. 18 that a deceased friend's widow opened an account with a cable company using her name and Social Security number.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Berea expects another big year of road work and other improvements
City officials expect to spend some $3.15 million on the work while Cuyahoga County's work is expected at $850,000.
Man's vehicle stripped of parts while parked in garage: Berea police blotter
Theft, Stoneridge Circle : A man reported Feb. 13 at 8:50 a.m. that someone stole parts from his 2013 Ford Fusion.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Ohio WTP to improve water treatment with new UV disinfection system
The Dr. Dimiter Ramandanoff Water Treatment Plant in the city of Berea, Ohio, will soon receive new UV treatment systems from Engineered Treatment Systems , a manufacturer of UV disinfection systems and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Neptune-Benson, to better disinfect its drinking water.
Berea superintendent waits out weather's whims before calling Tuesday's snow day
The Berea schools took their sixth snow day of the school year Tuesday, leaving no more makeup days in the schedule.