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- A new business, Crochet Innovations, opened its doors this week. The specialty store sells yarn and crochet supplies, as well as accessories and clothes.
- The Burntwood Tavern plans to open a new location in Brecksville. There aren't many details about the restaurant's plans yet, but it will be located in the building that has been home to Seared and the Old Spanish Tavern.
- Ohio’s secretary of state has determined that a group of local citizens’ petition initiative can appear on the ballot, but the city plans to take the case to the Ohio Supreme Court. The issue would ask whether Brecksville voters support adding a federal amendment saying corporations aren’t people and money isn’t equal to speech. The city argues that it’s out of their reach.
- A Brecksville man was one of the drivers involved in a fatal accident in Avon earlier this week. The accident killed a construction worker on I-90.
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