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Labor Day marks 65 years since plane crash in Berea ended National Air Races: Community Voices
This P-51C Mustang, a modified Air Force fighter plane, was flown by Bill Odom in the 1949 Cleveland Air Races.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest big on craft beer
The Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest is more than just schnitzel and lederhosen. The event, held this weekend at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea, showcases 22 craft breweries and includes a judged competition.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Berea Rotary's Lou Groza Golf Outing is Sept. 4: Community Voices
The 10th annual Lou Groza Charity Golf Event is Sept. 4 at Coppertop at Cherokee Hills Golf Course in Valley City.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
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Fans, friends and lovers get acquainted at the 2014 WGAR Dollar Bank...
Ashley Mortach and Josh Ramsey got to Berea around 6:30 a.m. Saturday for the 23rd annual WGAR Dollar Bank Country Jam.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Berea's former schools treasurer ordered to repay district $9,000
The former treasurer of the Berea schools has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors and ordered to repay the school district $9,000.
Parma, Berea police will conduct drunken driving checkpoints Friday
In Parma, the checkpoint will target northbound traffic in the 5600 block of State Road from 7 p.m. to midnight.
Mount Zion Baptist Church prepares to celebrate its 95th anniversary: Community Voices
Whether it's hosting the community prayer breakfast during Martin Luther King Jr. Week or providing concerts by the New Vision Gospel Choir, church members have been an important part of the Berea community since the church was founded in 1919.
Save some money on those overdue library books: Briefly Brook Park
Are you ready for some forgiveness? If you have overdue library books, now's the time to get them back to the library.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Unidentified teen on bicycle slaps child: Berea police blotter
Assault, Third Stree t: A woman reported at 6:20 p.m. Aug. 18 that an unknown teenager smacked her 8-year-old son.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Local mom takes aim at cure for childhood cancer: Briefly Brook Park
Not only does Becky Hixon Conroy give a lot of time to local schools and scouts, but she is now participating in the CureSearch for Children's Cancer Walk, which takes place in North Carolina in October.
Pioneers present gifts of school supplies at Guidestone: Around The Town
AT&T Pioneers and Ohio Sen. Tom Patton, R-24, have presented over 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to Ohio Guidestone, formerly the Berea Children's Home at 303 East Bagley Road.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Berea Recreation Center offers special rate for residents of the...
The Berea Recreation Department is offering a special one-year membership rate to all residents of the Berea City School District who live outside of Berea.
Argument about tomatoes leads to scuffle at Quarrytown: Berea police blotter
Assault, West Bagley Road : A woman who lives at the Quarrytown Apartments is accused of hitting and scratching another after being caught taking tomatoes from a community garden without permission.
County fairs offer food, fun -- and a link to our past: editorial
Classrooms beckon, but county fairs, including some of Greater Cleveland's, run well into autumn, offering Ohioans slices of Americana while exhibiting Ohio's agricultural bounty.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Latino Days @ the Cuyahoga County Fair in Berea was tremendous success
The Cuyahoga Fair in Berea, Ohio for the first time offered two Latino Days which celebrated Northwest Ohio's Latino culture with a line-up of musical and dance performances and various activities.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
St. Adalbert parish festival in Berea celebrates 140 years
As the Johnny Pastirik band played polka and line-dance tunes in the Keller Center, festival attendees swayed in their seats or joined others on the dance floor.
Berea Babes softball team hosts community picnic: Community Voices
The Berea Babes was the first African American women's softball team in Berea. Founded by Dorothy "Baby" Willis, the team was named in her honor and players held their 50th reunion in 2012.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
City's water sources have served residents well for a century: Around The Town
Toxic blue-green algae invaded Lake Erie's western basin recently, leaving nearly a half-million people in Toledo and surrounding areas without safe drinking water.