Here’s a highlight of the top stories from around Brecksville this week.
Development Eyed at I-77 and Route 82?: “We are hopeful that an outstanding opportunity will be announced and developed in the very near future,” said council president Greg Skaljac.
: Veteran Affairs is the largest of the federal agencies in Cuyahoga County, with more than 4,800 employees.
Creekside Participating in Cleveland Restaurant Week: Cleveland Independents Restaurant Week starts Monday at tasty spots all over Northeast Ohio.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights School are ‘Excellent With Distinction’: School and district report cards are usually released at the beginning of the school year, but that timeline has been pushed back while the state auditor investigates whether some districts manipulated attendance data.
Marijuana Trafficker Sentenced to Four Years of Probation: Kevin K. Robinson Jr. had pleaded guilty to drug trafficking, drug possession and possessing criminal tools in January.
School Board OK’s ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ With Teachers’ Union: New language included in the contract with the Brecksville Education Association that allows for “flexible schedule provisions.”
: A man got lost in Brecksville and asked police for directions. The only problem? He had a felony warrant issued for his arrest.
Huge Turnout for Democracy Day in Brecksville: Residents pack the Human Services Center for first-ever event of its kind in Brecksville.
Bees Send 9 Wrestlers to the State Tournament: The squad had three champions, and finished just behind perennial powerhouse St. Edward.