Week in Review: Identity Theft; Pot Charges on I-77; and Effects of Sequester to Hit Brecksville

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. 

: The past couple weeks have seen several traffic stops lead to marijuana charges in Brecksville. Most of them were on Interstate 77.

Renovations to the Red Brick Store Continue: A car that crashed into the building dislodged a stone from the building’s foundation, pushing it to the basement floor and knocking over two structural supports.

Effects of Federal Sequester Could be Felt in Brecksville: Mayor Jerry Hruby said that city government won’t be affected, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be any local impact.

How Much Are Homes Selling for in Brecksville?: Check our searchable database for sales and transfers in Brecksville and the rest of Cuyahoga County in February.

City Council Eyes Opening Community Center to ‘Corporate Memberships’: Mayor Jerry Hruby said that the program could be used as a tool for economic development.

Brecksville Man Finds Someone Else Filed Taxes Using His Social Security Number: The man reported the identity theft to the IRS and Beachwood Police.

It's Ice Cream Season at Honey Hut: The store will be open until 9 p.m., seven days a week.

Report: Mayor Looking for Feedback on Income Tax Restructuring Plan: Mayor Jerry Hruby introduces a plan to generate nearly $1 million in additional revenue. But first he'd like some feedback.

Another Huge Weekend For Bees’ Athletics: Girls’ gymnastics team dominates at state championship; wrestling squad takes third; boys’ basketball team advances.


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