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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Downtown coffee, dessert shop will perk you up
A short time ago I received a call from an old friend from when we first moved to the area.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Jeopardy! champion Arthur Chu to join cleveland.com Thursday at noon
You have seen Arthur Chu on "Jeopardy!", staring down the competition on his way to nine straight wins .
Gates Mills morning links: Hawken wind turbines, Gilmour AP exams, library art workshop
KIDWIND CHALLENGE: Hawken School students TJ Perusek, Sydney Harper, Charlie Ross and Alison Cohen took home the gold in this weekend's kidWind Challenge at the Cuyahoga Career Center in Brecksville.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Brecksville Morning Update: Fashion, Irish music and spiritual walks
Dolores Badzynski, of Independence, looks on during the 2013 Brecksville Women's Club Fashion Show at Carrie Cerino;s in North Royalton.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Residents on Riverview Road in Brecksville sign petition opposing additional graves in Riverview Cemetery
About 20 Riverview Road residents have signed a petition opposing the city's plan to dig new graves in Riverview Cemetery.
Man and woman hide marijuana in pants, end up charged with possession: Brecksville Police Blotter
Marijuana possession, Brecksville Road: Police noticed a speeding car at 2 p.m. Feb. 17 traveling southbound on Brecksville Road.
Large German shepherd attacks Brecksville deliverywoman: Broadview Heights Police Blotter
Dog bite, Deer Creek Drive: A Brecksville woman, 65, came to the police station at 2:06 p.m. Feb. 19 after she was bitten by a dog while making a floral deliver to a Deer Creek Drive home.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Brecksville Morning Update: Compost, fire, ice and horses
BRECKSVILLE, Ohio -- The four basic elements -- fire, ice, compost and horse manure -- are featured in this edition of Morning Update: Compost workshops are scheduled for March 13 and March 14 at Happy Days Lodge , 500 West Streetsboro Street, in Peninsula in Cuyahoga Valley National Park .
Wed Feb 26, 2014
False alarms a problem for police in Strongsville, other area departments
During each of the past two years, Strongsville police responded to about 1,000 home and business alarms that turned out to be false alarms.
Karla Walters, wine entrepreneur, finds inspiration all over for 750ml
When Karla Walters spotted gnarly, uprooted vines by the side of a highway while she and her husband visited California's Napa Valley last August, inspiration struck.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Brecksville Morning Update: Wild West, meals-on-wheels, Mississippi Heat
See the Wild West in Brecksville heading toward Akron and Mississippi blues in Peninsula via Chicago, or something along those lines.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
North Royalton applies for more than $2 million in turnpike-mitigation funds
In fact, the city has applied for more than $2.5 million to pay for four turnpike-related projects, three of which would involve storm-water-management improvements.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Brecksville closes part of Riverview Road due to flooding
Mayor Jerry Hruby said water has just started to cover Riverview at Vaughan. He said melting snow and rain is washing into a stream about 100 feet north of the intersection.
Courier Communique: Brecksville Serviceman Home and Dancing the Night Away
With pride and gratitude in their hearts on Valentine's Day, Connie and Jim Ritter, of Brecksville, welcomed home their son, Ohio Army National Guard Specialist Frank C. Gallo, 25, from his first tour of duty as military police in Afghanistan.
Brecksville Invention Lights Up Ski Slopes
An unusual sight was reported at Boston Mills-Brandywine Ski Resorts - the appearance of multicolored lights descending the slopes.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
City of Brecksville wants former VA hospital site: 5 things to know...
Mayor Jerry Hruby said the city will seek control of the former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital and property on Brecksville Road at Miller Road.
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Ex-VA director William Montague pleads guilty to 64...
William Montague, the former director of the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center in Cleveland, pleaded guilty today to 64 corruption-related charges, for which he could spend up to 6-1/2 years in prison.