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Seven Hills Sightings: recognizing volunteers and highlighting events
From left to right are Patricia Sikora, Terry Greathouse, Elizabeth Reeder, Ellen Brown-Armstrong, Drew Robison, Jonny Molnar, Leila Jackson.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Suburban law directors powerful, but private
Law directors are among the most powerful players in suburban governments, drafting legislation and giving direction to mayors and city councils.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Watershed volunteers perform stormwater street tree maintenance in Seven Hills
On April 8, the Watershed Volunteer Program at Cleveland Metroparks and West Creek Conservancy in conjunction with the City of Seven Hills, performed street tree maintenance, including cleaning and cultivating of the bioretention cells along Civic Drive and Broadview Road from the intersection of Hillside Road to East Pleasant Valley Road.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Do you know these guys? Law director's role in Bay Village, Rocky River or Westlake can go unnoticed
A mayor and city council may represent the face of municipal government, but law directors are at the heart of most decisions.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Two men get their vehicles stuck in the mud trying to collect firewood illegally: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Property Damage, Chestnut Road: Two Seven Hills men, 19 and 20, were cited for damaging property April 8. They drove a truck onto a man's property to collect firewood without his permission, and their truck got stuck in the mud.
Seven Hills Sightings: a breakdown of what's happening around town
Well, Seven Hills enthusiasts, I'm back for another week delivering you the latest and greatest information of what's happening in our quaint city.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
New columnist seeks news and events around town: Seven Hills Sightings
Allow me to introduce myself: just call me a word nerd. The power of the written word has been my vehicle of choice for communicating ever since I could successfully grip a pencil.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Group home manager reports $500 in cash stolen from a cashbox: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Theft, E. Dartmoor Avenue: The manager of a group home reported March 31 that someone took $500 in cash from a cashbox in the home where several women live.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Parma Heights Lydia's Hungarian Strudel Shop is a fifth-generation family affair: Parma Postings
Shane Rakosy never actually wanted to go into the family business, but when he started working with his grandmother at Lydia's Hungarian Strudel Shop on Stumph Road in Parma Heights, he found that he enjoyed it.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Hit list discovered at middle school: Best of the Parma Beat
An alleged hit list created by a student at Hillside Middle School in Seven Hills was discovered Tuesday, the Parma City School District said in a statement Wednesday.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Man, woman arrested for hosting underage drinking party: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Securing Public Accommodations For Underage Party, E. Meadowlawn Boulevard: A Seven Hills woman, 40, and a Seven Hills man, 36, were arrrested for securing public accommodations for an party of underage juveniles March 22. Officers were called to the residence and found about 20 juveniles having a party in the garage.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Seven Hills Mayor Richard Dell'Aquila says city has regained financial footing, but must overcome legacy of 'petty politics'
Mayor Richard Dell'Aquila proudly proclaimed during his State of the City address Thursday that Seven Hills has regained its financial footing.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
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Hit list discovered at Seven Hills middle school
An alleged hit list created by a student at Hillside Middle School was discovered Tuesday, the Parma City School District said in a statement Wednesday.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Council president emails threat over pitbulls; detective resigns after drugs found missing: Best of the Parma Beat
Parma City Council President Sean Brennan's threat of retaliation against a pitbull advocate and the resignation of a Parma Heights detective after prescription drugs were found missing from the department's evidence room topped the news coming out of the Parma beat this past week.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Cleveland man charged with disorderly conduct, given ride downtown: Seven Hills Police Blotter
Disorderly Conduct, E. Pleasant Valley Road: A Cleveland man, 47, was charged with disorderly conduct March 21 in the early morning hours.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Valley Forge visual communication students express themselves through photography: Parma Postings
For Valley Forge High School students Alexis Ziemski and Lani Manochi, photography and the art of self-expression have become part of their lifestyles.
Medina County communities' meeting agendas available on their websites
Residents and business owners in Brunswick, Medina and Hinckley Township can turn to each city's website to find out, not only where and when city council and various boards meet, but also view the meeting agendas to see what topics will be discussed or voted on.