Legendary Football Coach Remembered; Marijuana Bust; and Wood Pick-Up Week Set

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

Did you miss anything around town during the past week? Here’s your opportunity to get caught up.  

: A legend in the classroom and the football field in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District has died.

Man Caught With 112 Grams of Marijuana: A 35-year-old Euclid man faces several charges — including drug possession — after he was stopped on Interstate 77.

Brecksville Ready for a New Police Station: Construction could begin on a new police station this year.

: In addition to a number of accomplishments, she was also the first female president of the Brecksville City Council.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Among Nation's Most Popular: The park was in the Top 10 of most visited parks in 2012.

‘Rust Issues’ on Police Cars Prompts City to Switch Back to Ford: Last month, city council approved the purchase of six new 2013 Ford Interceptors at about $23,000 per car.

Fifth Brecksville Bomb Plot Suspect ‘Competent’ for 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.


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