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Strongsville to Dedicate New Youth Baseball Fields in July

The city of Strongsville will celebrate the completion of three new youth baseball fields with a dedication ceremony at the Youth Sports Park at 21255 ...
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Brecksville's Bicentennial Celebration

Milestones such as a bicentennial come around less than once in a lifetime, so it was no surpise that despite some rain, huge crowds of ...
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Cleveland Foundation launches $5 Million Program to benefit the Arts

The Cleveland Foundation's trustees voted today to approve a three year, over $5 million program which aims to help a dozen handpicked organizations, including the ...
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Cleveland's I-X Center to invest $25 million in Improvements

The Cleveland International Exposition Center, which is already one of the largest trade and convention centers in the nation, is gearing up to invest $25 ...
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Cleveland Orchestra's 2011 Blossom Festival features Lighter Fare, Free Tickets

The Cleveland Orchestra's Blossom Festival looks a little different this year. The upcoming outdoor season was intentionally revamped in order to increase its appeal to ...
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The Scoop on some of the Best Ice Cream Places in Town

Summertime has officially arrived in Cleveland, and to celebrate the fact, here is a list of some of the best places to get ice cream ...
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Strongsville City Club's Annual Rib Burnoff turns 25

The Strongsville City Club held its 25th Annual Rib Burnoff at the City Commons from June 23 to 25. Referred to as "Not the Biggest...Just ...
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Broadview Heights sets first "Outdoor Movie Night" for this Saturday

Broadview Heights is holding its first "Outdoor Movie Night" of the season on Saturday. "How to Train Your Dragon" will be shown at nightfall on ...
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Ninth Annual Waterloo Arts Festival set for the Weekend

Once upon a time, near the beginning of the century, the newly opened Beachland Ballroom and Tavern were the only signs of life on Waterloo ...
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Brecksville Home Days Bigger Than Ever for City's Bicentennial

Every year, Brecksville residents come together at the intersection of Royalton and Brecksville roads to celebrate and enjoy a large variety of delicious culinary treats ...
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Cleveland Museum of Art Celebrates Summer with Solstice Party

In ancient times, the summer solstice was celebrated with music, dancing and enormous bonfires in order to ward off the evil spirits. Fast forward to ...
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Coventry Street Arts Fair to be held on two Sunday Afternoons

Street fairs have always been a tradition on Coventry Road in Cleveland Heights, though some growing pains in recent years made it unclear whether or ...
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