Home Days Set; 750ml Opening; and Baseball Field Coming: Week in Review

Here’s a highlight of the top stories from around Brecksville during the past week.

Did you miss anything around town this week? Here’s your chance to get caught up.

Officers Find Oxycontin, Two Arrested Following Traffic Stop: A 29-year-old Cleveland man and a 29-year-old Wadsworth man each face drug charges, following a traffic stop Interstate 77 at around 7:40 p.m. June 12.

Ex-Chief of Louis Stokes VA Charged With Corruption: William Montague charged with accepting bribes from Michael Forlani. 

Brecksville Chamber Seeking Sponsors, Supporters for Fall in the Valley: Ride the scenic railroad and help support the Chamber.

Brecksville Closer To Deal With School District For Baseball Field: A proposal to resurrect a baseball field at the Highland Drive Elementary School took another step forward this week.

750ml Wine Bar Construction On Target To Open By August: Current occupant Burns Financial Centre is expected move into the newly renovated space next door.

Home Days All About Tradition, Community (and Fun) in Brecksville: The annual event is slated to take place on the Square in Brecksville from June 28 through June 30.

Council to Consider ‘Overlay’ Zoning Change at Blossom Hill: Although the zoning change would give the “Office Building” zoning distinction to the property, the council measure is considered a sort of housekeeping issue.


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