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Strongsville man facing child porn charges after store employee finds evidence on cellphone
A Strongsville man is facing child pornography charges after a cellphone store employee found photos and videos on his phone.
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18 hrs ago
Strongsville company settles with Consumer Product Safety Commission over recall
HMI Industries, a Strongsville company that makes vacuum cleaners and air filtration machines sold door-to-door, will pay $400,000 to settle a federal complaint that it misrepresented the extent of dangerous safety problems.
Thomas M. Campbell
Thomas M. Campbell, 81, of North Ridgeville, passed away Saturday, July 5, 2014 at the Altenheim Shurmer Nursing Facility in Strongsville due to complications of Alzheimer's disease.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
North Royalton, Strongsville and Brecksville mayors say Republican...
Mayors of three cities along Ohio Route 82 said the 2016 Republican National Convention will benefit all of Greater Cleveland - including their communities.
Two Strongsville residents take flooding issues directly to City Council; 5 things to know from Monday's council meeting
Council was silent on one request. On the other, Law Director Ken Kraus said it was a private matter between neighbors and that the city was not involved.
Strongsville woman, a lifelong caregiver, turns 104: Strongsville Morning Update
Everyone raise your glasses to Pauline Gorski, who turned 104 in late June. She lives in A Place to Call Home, a senor community in Strongsville.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Police called to break up fighting cousins: North Royalton Police Blotter
Disorderly conduct, Spruce Run Drive: Police were called at 11:39 p.m. June 26 regarding a possible fight in a Spruce Run Drive parking lot.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Free skin cancer screenings Saturday; Road to Healthy Skin Tour stops in Strongsville
With summer in full force, the Skin Cancer Foundation's Road to Health Skin Tour is making a well-timed stop in Northeast Ohio to provide free skin cancer screenings.
New Scout Troop helps city make a good first impression
Co-leader Larissa Kosar reported, "During our visit to the site, our troop also created a thumbprint tile listing our troop number to be placed near our planted flowers!" The City Parks Department completed the beautification project by adding mulch.
Accused underage sex seeker cuffed upon arrival to Alliance
Alliance police were more than happy to provide the handcuffs when a Strongsville man arrived in town, after soliciting a 15-year-old girl online for sex.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
History and writing are militarized for children: Strongsville Afternoon Update
The Strongsville Historical Society is organizing a Civil War Day Camp for children in third-, fourth- and fifth-grades from 9 a.m. to noon July 28 to Aug. 1 at Strongsville Historic Village.
The Medina Gazette
This week's Medina County police log
Sunday, June 29 1:02 a.m. - Public Square, police advised man and woman sitting in the gazebo after hours to leave.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Strongsville residents report two incidents of knife-carrying persons coming to homes
No one has been arrested in connection with either incident. The incidents happened miles apart from each other and at this point there is nothing that would indicate they are related, police said.
7/1/2014 - Lawn Care Companies Face Similar Challenges Despite Location
Attendees at a JD factory tour learn more than how the equipment is made by by Brooke A. Rockwell, Editor At a recent John Deere Summer Quality FIRST Factory Tour, attendees had the opportunity to tour the factory, followed by walk-arounds of equipment that included mowers, compact equipment, tractors and UTVs from John Deere; hand-held equipment ... (more)
Crain's Cleveland Business
Roscoe Medical launches Compass Health Brand to serve as parent holding company
Roscoe Medical of Strongsville, a health care products company that in March merged with Norwell, Mass.-based Carex Health Brands , announced a new name and brand identity - Compass Health Brands - for their parent holding company.
Gerald H. "Jerry" Ruppelt
Gerald H. "Jerry" Ruppelt, 90, of North Ridgeville, passed away Sunday, June 29, 2014, at Southwest Hospice in Strongsville, following a short illness.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Strongsville board of education passes amendment for 'guaranteed maximum price' for new middle school
The board of education passed an amendment June 26 to move forward with the construction of a new middle school for a "guaranteed maximum price" of $39.6 million.
The Plain Dealer
Sparklers are legal, but local departments preach caution when using them
It's widely known that although fireworks can be sold in Ohio, it's illegal to set them off within state lines.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Girls soccer: Strongsville's Elyria connection to continue as Todd...
Elyria High isn't exactly what you'd call a "soccer school," certainly not like some in eastern Lorain and and western Cuyahoga counties.