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  1. Former Strongsville schools worker indicted; NEXUS pipeline worker injured: Overnight News...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Erie County teacher accused of stealing nearly $100K in funds from children whose father died of cancer RTA leaders say ex-president owes more than $1.1 million for healthcare premiums, benefits and cell calls Buy a piece of ECOT: Barbie dolls, Billy Bass and bone fragments -- the troubled charter school's up for auction

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  2. Ex-Strongsville schools foreman charged with stealing $65K in...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | The Plain Dealer

    A former maintenance foreman at Strongsville City Schools faces felony charges Tuesday after officials said he used district money to buy equipment -- including a $20,000 custom-built John Deere tractor and a tool shed -- for himself over five years. Robert Schwerman used the school's maintenance account to outfit his Lorain home with air conditioners, a refrigerator, a generator and even stole construction nails meant for the school, Ohio Auditor Dave Yost and Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O'Malley announced in a joint news conference in the prosecutor's office.

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  3. Mitchell's Ice Cream to open Strongsville shop on May 15Read the original story

    Monday May 14 | Cleveland.com

    Just in time for the weather to begin warming up, Mitchell's Ice Cream is set to open their newest shop in Strongsville 5 p.m., Tuesday, May 15. The shop at 18832 Westwood Dr. is the ninth for the farm-fresh cold treats brand since it was launched by Pete and Mike Mitchell in 1999. "We've been hoping to open a shop near the center of town in Strongsville for a long time and we're thrilled to serve the community!" says co-founder Pete Mitchell in a statement.

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  4. Tom+Chee, the grilled cheese joint from 'Shark Tank,' closes in StrongsvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 14 | Cleveland.com

    "Effective immediately, we have moved our operation to our Broadview Hts location We apologize for the short notice but good news, this location is straight down Royalton Rd less than 10 miles from Strongsville," the franchise wrote on its Facebook page. When the restaurant opened in September 2016, it was the first Cleveland-area post for the grilled cheese chain made famous by "Shark Tank."

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  5. Polaris Baking and Pastry Arts students shine at state competition: Strong PointsRead the original story

    Saturday May 12 | Cleveland.com

    Polaris Baking and Pastry Arts students recently competed in the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America state culinary competition in Columbus. This year, hundreds of students from around Ohio took part in state events.

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  6. Valley Forge high school celebrates 2018 prom at Michaud's Catering & Event CenterRead the original story

    Saturday May 12 | The Plain Dealer

    Students showed up in their finest dresses and suits to dance the evening away at Michaud's Catering & Event Center, 16808 Pearl Rd., Strongsville. The evening's theme was "A Night To Remember."

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  7. Former Strongsville schools maintenance foreman under investigation for theft from districtRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    A former Strongsville schools maintenance foreman may face criminal charges related to his allegedly stealing property, and possibly money, from the school district. On Thursday, the Lorain County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant at the man's home, according to a Strongsville City Schools press release.

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  8. English gardens, tea and musical complements: Yenke Peddler antiquesRead the original story

    Thursday May 10 | Cleveland.com

    As we remember our mothers this weekend, may we be granted the joy of carrying forward all of those positive thoughts and memories! Moms were into conservation long before the "green" movement became popular. Thank goodness for all their foresight and example - that's one reason why we have so many antiques.

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  9. Woman with warrant cited for suspended license: Strongsville Police BlotterRead the original story

    Thursday May 10 | Cleveland.com

    Suspended license, I-77: On May 1, police observed a Ford on I-77 whose owner had a suspended license, as well as a warrant from the Cleveland Heights Police Department. Regarding the latter, Strongsville was out of the pick-up range.

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  10. Strongsville schools will tighten security at building entrances, increase police presenceRead the original story

    Tuesday May 8 | Cleveland.com

    This summer, the Strongsville schools will tighten security at main entrances of its five elementary schools, the Early Learning Preschool and Strongsville High School's athletic wing. When improvements are completed, visitors to the schools will face a double-screening process.

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  11. Strongsville plans playground in Surrarrer ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday May 8 | Cleveland.com

    The city plans to build an accessible playground in Surrarrer Park at the southeast corner of Webster and Whitney roads. To finance the project, City Council has appropriated $100,000 in recreation funds that used to pay for ice time at OBM Arena , the former Iceland indoor ice-skating rink on Royalton Road just east of Interstate 71. The city's lease with OBM expired last summer and was not renewed.

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  12. Where teachers can get free food during Teacher Appreciation WeekRead the original story

    Monday May 7 | Cleveland.com

    It's Teacher Appreciation Week and, as a thank you, many stores are offering teachers discounts on books, computers, school supplies, clothing and more. Teachers can also enjoy free food at a number of local restaurants.

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  13. Brook Park mayor indicates desire to leave Parma dispatch centerRead the original story

    Monday May 7 | Cleveland.com

    Brook Park City Council will decide whether the city will leave the services of the Parma Regional Dispatch Center to pursue a contract elsewhere. He addressed the matter after a resident spoke about it during public comment and said information already had been disclosed on Facebook.

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  14. Woman cited for leaving dog unattended in car: Brunswick Police BlotterRead the original story

    Monday May 7 | Cleveland.com

    Unattended dog, Center Road: Police and animal control officers responded to several 911 calls of a dog left unattended in a locked vehicle at 5:56 p.m. May 1. The car was located and the owner was found shopping inside the Brunswick Marc's store. The owner said she had only been in the store a short time.

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  15. Recycle outdated sports jerseys with Stich N Switch sew-on-the-go...Read the original story

    Friday May 4 | Cleveland.com

    Calling all sports fans! How many unworn jerseys are hanging in your closet because your favorite player isn't with the team anymore? Refresh those jerseys now because the winner of SouthPark Mall's 2018 Battle of the Pop-Up Challenge is Stitch N Switch. This sew-on-the-go team provides authentic customized replacement nameplates for NFL, NBA and MLB sports jerseys.

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  16. Retro American Glass Show this weekend: Yenke Peddler antiquesRead the original story

    Thursday May 3 | Cleveland.com

    Iridescent glass created a glow in 1894 when American Louis Comfort Tiffany patented his glass "Favrile." About a year earlier, Loetz Co.

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  17. Woman with toddler cited for shoplifting: Strongsville Police BlotterRead the original story

    Thursday May 3 | Cleveland.com

    Shoplifting, Pearl Road: On April 27, Walmart security observed a woman stealing makeup. She was concealing the concealer in her purse.

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  18. Richmond Hts. Council seeks quiet summer at Desan ParkRead the original story

    Wednesday May 2 | Cleveland.com

    City Council is attempting to firm regulations soon for the neighborhood Desan Park after parties held there last summer got out of hand. In the late summer of 2017, Councilman Mark Alexander brought up the subject of the noisy parties, which he believed were not made up of a lot of, if any, Richmond Heights residents.

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  19. Cost of Strongsville sanitary sewer project rises by 24 percentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 30 | Cleveland.com

    The cost of replacing septic tanks with sanitary sewers in the city's southwest corner has risen by 24 percent since the project started last summer. Two change orders have added $538,368 to the original $2.2 million price tag.

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  20. Middleburg outsources long-term jail prisoner housing to StrongsvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 30 | Cleveland.com

    Due to 16 cited Middleburg Heights jail deficiencies, increased city liability and a building nearly 40 years old, Mayor Gary Starr introduced a resolution that moves long-term prisoner housing to the city of Strongsville. "Jail standards have changed drastically over the last 35 years," explained Police Chief Ed Tomba.

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