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Pierre's Ice Cream Co. expands in Cleveland

Visitors were invited to try some freshly churned ice cream straight off the production line at the official opening of Pierre's Ice Cream Co.'s $9.2 ...
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North Coast Harbor Boating and Fishing Fest draws crowds

About 3000 people attended the two day North Coast Harbor Boating and Fishing Fest held in celebration of the summer water season at Voinovich Park ...
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Read Around the World Summer Reading Kick-off Event

The Cuyahoga County Public Library's Strongsville branch will be having a special open house on Saturday, June 11 to kick off the 2011 Reading Program. ...
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Cleveland Foodbank Surpasses 2011 Goal by 1 Million Meals

Cleveland Foodbank officials will announce some very positive news in a ceremony today: that they have surpassed their 2011 Harvest for Hunger goal of 13 ...
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Architect-designed Birdhouses featured in Cleveland Botanical Garden Exhibit

The Cleveland Botanical Garden and the American Institute of Architects Cleveland recently collaborated to hold an exhibit featuring surprising and whimsical birdhouse creations designed by ...
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Strongsville Community Band's 2011 Summer Concerts Kicks Off in June

Now is the time to show your support for local talent in Strongsville Community Band's 2011 Summer Concerts. Directed by Maestro Ken Mehalko, this phenomenal ...
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Tour Cleveland's Best Alfresco Dining Destinations

You may have heard of a pub crawl or the term "bar-hopping", where one goes on a "tour" of several bars in an area in ...
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Thousands Join Strongsville Memorial Day Parade

Thousands of people turned out to gather and view the Memorial Day Parade held on Monday, May 30 in Strongsville. The Parade began promptly at ...
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STEPS in Strongsville set to Expand its Facility

STEPS Center for Excellence in Autism in Strongsville is planning to expand its facilities and services in the area. The Center has applied to the ...
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UltraWalk for the Birds

Stan Searles, curator of birds and aquatics at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and two of his colleagues Jason Schafer and Jason Wark, walked 31 miles on ...
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Strongsville Kids Take Their Talent to the Streets in Chalk Walk

Around 100 kids attended the City Commons for Arts in Strongsville's first Chalk Walk on May 21. The group hopes to make the event an ...
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Study shows Crime Rates have Dropped in Greater Cleveland

A national study of crime statistics shows that crime rates in Greater Cleveland--and most of the country--have gone down drastically since 1990. The study used ...
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