Here is a Quick video that I just created with the Strongsville Ohio Market Stats from April 2010 up until June 2011 for zip codes 44136 and 44149 in Strongsville and in the Price range of 100k-525k focusing on Residential properties. Please feel free to call me to receive your free report today! 440-879-7130 or…

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The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo reported a record setting attendance of 24,976 visitors on Monday, June 13, thanks to its biggest (literally) stars–the pachyderms. The zoo had expected the new African Elephant Crossing to be a big hit, and so far the five acre, $25 million facility has lived up to expectations since it opened on…

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Animal lovers in Strongsville who are looking to contribute to a good cause better take notice, as the Berea Animal Rescue Fund is looking for volunteers to help with many of its efforts. They are looking for volunteers to serve as foster parents, cat monitors at the Strongsville or Westgate Petco stores, dog companions, feline…

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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. The event will start at 2pm and end at 4pm. The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program is Read Around the World, and the program will run from June…

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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 band is made up of the most talented musicians in the area. Mehalko promises an exciting selection of music with something to please every musical palate. The majority of performances…

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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 a single night, usually by walking to each one between drinking. Well, now is the season to try going on a patio crawl, and touring some of Cleveland’s best neighborhood…

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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 11am at St. John’s Church on Pearl Road and headed south, then turned left down the Freedom Trail next to the Strongsville Historical Society. It ended at the gazebo on…

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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 Strongsville Planning Commission to take up an additional 5,400 square foot unit in the building it currently occupies at 21337 Drake Road. It plans to use the new space to…

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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 a hike to promote the protection of bird habitats. The hike, which started on the morning of May 28, was part of the UltraWalk, an event sponsored by the Western…

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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 annual one. Amy McEntee, who handles publicity for Arts in Strongsville, said, “Next year, we’d like to make it even bigger.” This year, the theme for younger children was “safety”,…

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