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  1. Cleveland Heights may delay vote on water-system agreement with Aqua OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    Wilcox made that statement Tuesday night during a public hearing on the proposed contract with Aqua. More than 250 residents attended the hearing , and the several who spoke were adamantly against the agreement.

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  2. Chagrin Falls girls lacrosse beats Kenston to earn fourth straight...Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    The Chagrin Falls girls lacrosse team earned its fourth consecutive trip to the Division II state semifinals with a 23-12 win against Kenston on Tuesday. Seven players scored for Chagrin Falls against the Bombers and the Tigers dominated on draw controls, winning 23-of-36.

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  3. Experts say consent decree sets best practices for Tasers, hitting people with gunsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    The U.S. Department of Justice consent decree spells out the model of best practice police tactics when its comes to Tasers - and using guns to bash people on their heads , two criminology professors said Tuesday. The Justice Department was forced to get involved because Cleveland failed to change police behavior on its own, said Sam Walker, a Cleveland Heights native and retired criminology professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

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  4. Cleveland Heights residents worry about Aqua Ohio water partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    Customers of Aqua America Inc. -- which would operate Cleveland Heights' ailing water system under a proposed agreement -- have complained about poor water quality, high rates and inadequate service in other states. But Cleveland Heights City Manager Tanisha Briley said customers here would avoid those problems because the city would lease, not sell, its water system to Aqua Ohio, part of Aqua America.

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  5. 5 must-see concerts in Cleveland this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Cleveland.com

    Jason Isbell 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 27 House Of Blues, 308 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland Tickets: $27 GA standing advance, $30 day of show; $35 reserved balcony seating via Live Nation Former Drive-By Truckers member Jason Isbell struck quite a nerve with his last solo effort, "Southeastern": Thanks to trenchant, poignant songwriting--and an impeccable array of honeyed acoustic guitars and weary-but-not-downtrodden vocals--the album launched the musician into Americana's upper tier. Isbell's highly anticipated forthcoming LP, "Something More Than Free," is due July 17. If Coca-Cola didn't spend all last week making bottles and cans that say "Share a Coke with Don," every executive there should get fired.

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  6. McFarland Homestead could be spared, Broadview won't appeal gas drilling ruling: Weekend UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Cleveland.com

    Or maybe you just want to see what you missed in the communities last week. Here's what's happening in... Bentleyville: The 167-year-old Duncan McFarland Homestead could be spared from demolition by the Cleveland Metroparks, which already razed the carriage house -- once owned by village founder Addison Bentley -- without notice.

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  7. Cleveland Heights may seek help for water system: Best of the beatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Cleveland.com

    Cleveland Heights City Council will talk to residents Tuesday about a proposal to have an outside firm operate the city's water system. CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- A proposed water-system deal in Cleveland Heights, a salary study in Beachwood, a master plan study in University Heights and a deadly threat in Shaker Heights all made the news this week.

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  8. Cleveland Heights kids take center stage and splash down in area competitions: Press RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio- This spring has proven to be eventful for area children. While 290 youngsters throughout Cuyahoga County vied for stage honors, in the 37th annual Marilyn Bianchi Kids Playwriting Festival, others sought to stay afloat in Gilmour Academy's annual boat float.

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  9. Use HEPA vac to capture lead dust: The Weekly FixRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cleveland.com

    If you are contemplating any do-it-yourself repairs on a home built before 1978, it's important to protect your family from the lead dust that can be generated when you disturb a painted surface. This lead dust can be very dangerous to small children and pregnant women.

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  10. Cleveland Heights loses $70,000 on defaulted loanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cleveland.com

    A developer who spruced up storefronts on South Taylor Road and proposed renovating commercial property on Monticello Boulevard has defaulted on two city loans -- but the city hopes to recoup all but $70,000 of the $660,500 he owes. Geoffrey Loree borrowed $250,000 from the city in 2009 to renovate two multiple-tenant retail buildings -- one of which houses Edible Arrangements -- on South Taylor near Cedar Road.

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  11. Cleveland Heights-University Heights schools appoint tech program directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Cleveland.com

    Duane Callender, former principal of Mansfield Senior High School , is the new director of career technical education and partnerships at Cleveland Heights High School. The Cleveland Heights-University Heights school board approved the appointment Tuesday night.

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  12. Developer J. Shorey plans to turn a vacant foundry into a fish farm, arts complexRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    The Central and Fairfax neighborhoods lost an estimated 100 jobs in 2012 when T&B Foundry closed a storied metal casting plant in a foreclosure process that left the eight-acre property vacant, shuttered and saddled with nearly $2 million in liens. Now Cleveland Heights entrepreneur J. Duncan Shorey has a proposal to transform the plant at 2469 East 71st St. at Platt Avenue with an unusual mix of overlapping uses including a fish farm, an orchard, a studio center for artists, a farmers market, a cooking school and a computer server farm.

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  13. Two vehicles stolen from same residence: University Heights Police BlotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    Grand theft vehicle, Lansdale Road : At 4:26 p.m. May 12, a resident of the 3900 block of Lansdale Road reported his silver 2012 Lincoln MKX stolen. The following morning, the victim's wife reported her 2015 Lincoln MKZ had disappeared from the garage during the overnight hours.

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  14. China Gate says Pacific East move to Cedar Center was a surprise, after Panda Express protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    China Gate restaurant is rebuffing rumors that owners colluded with a new Asian restaurant, Pacific East, while fighting another Asian restaurant's move to its Cedar Center North home. Supporters of China Gate, which has been at Cedar Center North for 50 years, protested for weeks against a proposed Panda Express fast-food restaurant, with a website , petition and group showings at city council meetings.

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  15. 'Iris': When it comes to clothing and accessories, Iris...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    Iris Apfel just wants to have some fashion fun. Her life is captured in "Iris," the new documentary from Albert Maysles.

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  16. Woman awakened by early-morning intruder: Cleveland Heights police blotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    A woman called Cleveland Heights police after she woke up early in the morning to find a man in her apartment. Breaking and entering, Noble Road: At 4:27 a.m. May 16, a woman told police that she woke up to find a strange man standing in her apartment.

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  17. Cleveland Heights bank robbed by tattooed man in Cavaliers sweatshirtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Cleveland.com

    Reward money is being offered by the Cleveland FBI in the search for a man who robbed a Coventry Village bank. Nobody was hurt in the incident, and no weapons were seen.

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  18. Cleveland Heights police arrest suspect in Coventry Village bank robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Cleveland.com

    Authorities arrested a 20-year-old East Cleveland man less than 24 hours after he robbed a Cleveland Heights bank , police said. Jared Rainey was taken into custody Tuesday morning.

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  19. Cleveland Heights partnership with private water utility would keep...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The Plain Dealer

    A private utility would take over operations of Cleveland Heights' water system for 20 years or more, and water rates would rise over the years, under a proposed agreement with the city. Aqua Ohio -- part of Aqua America Inc., a water utility headquartered in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania -- would would give Cleveland Heights $3.7 million upfront to cover a projected 2015 deficit in the city's water system budget.

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  20. Cleveland Heights-University Heights schools lay off 10 workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The Plain Dealer

    Scott Gainer, the district's chief financial officer and treasurer, said staff was reduced due to declining enrollment. Also, some of the dropped positions won't be needed once Cleveland Heights High School students take up temporary residence at the former Wiley Middle School during the upcoming high school renovation .

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