From the new Marc’s to the mayor’s annual address to the city, it was a busy week in Brecksville. Here’s a recap in case you missed anything.
WATCH: Hruby Hosts ‘Conversation With the Mayor’: The event on Tuesday was a preview of sorts to the mayor’s annual State of the City address slated for Wednesday night.
Charter Commission Eyes Changes to Government Spending: The idea behind the charter commission is to decide whether certain aspects of the city's governing document need some updating.
Marijuana Charges on Interstate 77: A 24-year-old Uniontown man was charged with drunken driving and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop… But this wasn’t the only incident of its kind during the past couple weeks.
Own a Piece of Brecksville History: Celebrate Brecksville with the Bicentennial Commemorative Book titled “Honor the Past, Embrace the Present, Envision the Future.”
Identity Thefts on the Rise in Brecksville: Police: Use caution when buying items online, but also take a closer look at gas pumps and ATMs before using them.
Mayor Hruby Announces Citizen, Business of the Year: Nancy Apostle was named Citizen of the Year, while True North was awarded the Business of the Year distinction.
POLL: What Do You Think of the New Marc’s? New store opens in the renovated Brecksville Town Center last week. We thought we’d get your take on it.