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  1. Richmond Heights Council looking at ways to fund upgrades at Kiwanis LodgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Cleveland.com

    Ward 3 Councilman Jeremy Kumin wants the city to give more love and care to its recreation assets and has focused his attention first on the Kiwanis Lodge at the city's community park. Kumin, the chairman of council's Services and Recreation Committee, on Tuesday, proposed an idea that would have the city set aside a portion of all rental fees its takes in from the lodge and use the money to make upgrades at the building.

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  2. How century-old Dunn Hardware thrives in an Amazon world: Independents WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Cleveland.com

    "Don't tell me this little guy had anything to do with that window," said store owner Jamie Stadlin, scratching Snowball's fluffy white head. "Naw, I had to break the window to get into the house, because we locked ourselves out," Harris explained.

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  3. Mayfield Village Council approves permanent medical marijuana moratoriumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | Cleveland.com

    In a vote taken at its June 19 meeting, Village Council voted, without opposition, to approve a permanent moratorium on the "cultivation, processing or retail distribution" of medical marijuana in Mayfield. "I believe it's in the best interests of Mayfield Village, and that there are opportunities for people in need to purchase it in neighboring communities," said Council President Joseph Saponaro.

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  4. Girl, 8, on Cedar Road, sought ride to Richmond Heights: University Heights police blotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | Cleveland.com

    University Heights police reunited a girl, 8, with her foster mother after the girl asked a motorist for a ride to Richmond Heights. University Heights police reunited a girl, 8, with her foster mother after the girl asked a motorist for a ride to Richmond Heights.( Personal welfare, Cedar Road: At 7:40 p.m. June 19, a motorist reported that a young girl, perhaps 5 or 6 years old, was on the corner of Cedar and Brockway roads asking for a ride to Richmond Heights.

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  5. Richmond Heights adds safety forces, including its first two minority full-time officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | Cleveland.com

    Richmond Heights Mayor David Roche, right, swears in, from left, new police officers DeAnn Frazier and Marlonn Webb, and new firefighter Kevin Moore at Tuesday night's City Council meeting. Richmond Heights Mayor David Roche, right, swears in, from left, new police officers DeAnn Frazier and Marlonn Webb, and new firefighter Kevin Moore at Tuesday night's City Council meeting.

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  6. Ohio Democrats: State should end small business tax break to generate $1.1 billion a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Ohio Senate Democrats want to eliminate the state's small business tax break in order to patch a $1 billion hole in the next two-year state budget. Ohio Senate Democrats want to eliminate the state's small business tax break in order to patch a $1 billion hole in the next two-year state budget.( COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Senate Democrats on Thursday pitched their idea to patch the $1 billion state budget hole -- eliminate Ohio's small business tax break.

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  7. Richmond Heights Council approves conditional use for planned medical marijuana facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Service Director Donald Kerniskey holds up a banner that, along with 39 others, will be hung on poles throughout Richmond Heights beginning next week to commemorate the city's centennial. Service Director Donald Kerniskey holds up a banner that, along with 39 others, will be hung on poles throughout Richmond Heights beginning next week to commemorate the city's centennial.

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  8. Woman arrested for drunk driving with three children in her car: Beachwood police blotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Beachwood police arrested a woman for drunk driving and child endangerment. The woman had three children in her car at the time police stopped her vehicle.

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  9. Forest City shareholders OK collapse of two-tiered stock structure; board pledges communicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Shareholders at Forest City Realty Trust, Inc. , voted overwhelmingly Friday to do away with the real estate company's two-tiered stock structure, in a move that will reduce the Ratner family's control over the business. The company's shares currently are split between A and B classes, with the B shares controlled by the company's founding families.

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  10. Pepper Pike Council approves one-year moratorium on medical marijuana businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    City Council approved on Wednesday, without opposition, an ordinance that declares a one-year moratorium on medical marijuana operations doing business in Pepper Pike. The ordinance, introduced to council a week ago, lists cultivating, processing and dispensing of medical marijuana as activities that will not be permitted in the city.

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  11. Memories of Euclid Beach Park coming to Richmond Town Square in Richmond HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Euclid Beach Park , the beloved amusement park that closed its gates for the final time on Lake Shore Boulevard in Cleveland in 1969, is coming to Richmond Town Square . Richmond Heights Building Commissioner Phil Seyboldt read an email he recently received from the mall's manager, Leisa Russell, at Tuesday night's City Council meeting.

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  12. Talk it out: Should Ohio tap its rainy day fund to fight opioid crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Two lawmakers in the Ohio Senate want to tap the state's rainy day fund to better tackle the opioid crisis in Ohio. The two Democrats want to increase treatment options, drug prevention education and better collect data on the local level to guide where the money is spent.

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  13. South Euclid will allow the cultivation and sale of medical marijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    City Council, on Monday, approved legislation without dissent that creates a new "medical marijuana control program" in South Euclid's Planning and Zoning code. The legislation thus allows the cultivation and dispensing of medical marijuana in the city.

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  14. Man falsifies facts of disturbance after stripper comes to collect: Richmond Heights Police BlotterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    An apartment resident reported at 1:52 a.m. May 12 he heard gunshots and said there was a disturbance on the floor below him. Responding officers didn't find any evidence to support his claim and found out he had provided a fake name.

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  15. Ohio Democrats want to fight opioid crisis with $200 million from state's rainy day fundRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    As Ohio lawmakers decide how much to spend targeting the state's opioid crisis and balance a shrinking budget, two Democrats in the Senate want to tap the state's rainy day fund to tackle the problem. Their idea: Take $200 million from the the state's $2 billion rainy day fund to increase treatment options, drug prevention education in schools and collect county-level data to better direct resources to places of most need.

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  16. Democrat, urban concerns might get more attention if Ohio were splitRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Ohio has long been considered a purple state, a political bellwether that swings red or blue every four years to help elect the next president. But statewide elections have been reliably red for several cycles, giving Republicans the upper hand in drawing Statehouse and congressional district lines that helped secure their dominance for a decade.

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  17. You have the weekend to taste the best tacos for yourself, then voteRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | The Plain Dealer

    Barrio and the Funky Truckeria continue to battle it out for first place in Greater Cleveland's Best Taco contest, while Coastal Taco seems to have taken a firm hold on third place. With nearly 11,500 votes cast as of 8 a.m. this morning, Barrio has claimed nearly 32 percent of the votes cast, while Funky Truckeria is hot of their trail with 30 percent and Coastal Taco has claimed more than 11 percent.

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  18. Rid Ohio budget of property-tax-appeal poison pill: editorialRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    In this 2011 file photo, attorney Todd Sleggs, left, speaks on behalf of property owner Harry Davis, center, during a hearing with the Cuyahoga County Board of Revision as Davis tried to get this property value reassessed. Megan Roberts, an attorney representing the Richmond Heights school board, is at right.

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  19. Richmond Heights Planning Commission recommends Borally building plan for medical marijuana useRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    The city's Planning Commission, on Wednesday, recommended a conditional use for medical marijuana to be sold, processed and cultivated at the former Villa di Borally party center building. Lawyer David Patton, representing the firm Crateagus, showed the commission plans for the eastern building at the Borally site -- the older, white building at 27227 Chardon Road.

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  20. Richmond Heights medical marijuana hopeful could have companyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Cleveland.com

    Ron Hudson, the man who has been working with the city of Richmond Heights to bring the medical marijuana business to the city, said his business may have some nearby company. Hudson, of Mayfield Heights, told City Council at its meeting Tuesday that the Cleveland Cannabis College, which opened in February in Independence, is looking for a location on the east side of town.

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