Week in Review: Heroin Charge; New Businesses Open; Bomb Plot Suspect Heads to Court

Miss anything? Here’s a highlight of the Brecksville stories from the week.

Here’s a highlight of the stories from around Brecksville this week.

: This group helps neighbors get to know each other better, supports area businesses and finds ways to give back. 

: Police responded to a report that a man acting “suspiciously” had knocked on the door of a Miller Road asking to use the phone.

Tonino's Bistro Officially Opens on Brecksville Road: The restaurant formerly known as 2182 Brecksville opens on Brecksville Road with a new owner and a new name.

Fish Fry Season in Brecksville: We thought we'd list a few of them in case you're thinking of ditching red meat for the fish and chips.

Marc's Opens in Brecksville Town Center: The new Marc's opened its doors in the renovated Brecksville Town Center on Feb. 15. And, what better way to celebrate than a party? 

Brecksville Man Involved in Fatal Crash Gets 5 Days in Jail: An Avon police officer testifies that Anthony (A.J.) Rose Jr. man going speed limit in construction zone at time of crash. 

Fifth Brecksville Bomb Plot Suspect Headed to Court: While the first four suspects have all been found guilty and sentenced, the Joshua Stafford case has been held up because of "psychiatric" issues.

Delivery Truck Backs Into Salt Barn: A salt delivery truck backed into the city’s salt barn at 9023 Brecksville Road at around 9:30 a.m. Feb. 2.


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