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Community Focus

Chagrin Falls Buzz-Worthy Businesses & City Notes

Music Together of the Chagrin Valley

An innovative music and movement program for newborns to children age 5 and their parents or caregivers, which is based on the belief that all children are inherently musical. read more

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Couple Enjoys Date Night in Kent

Read about this couple's fun experience with date night in Kent, Ohio. ...
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Off the Beaten Path — Unique Businesses in Kent

While Kent has many unique and bustling businesses to choose from, here are a mix of old and new Kent institutions that are doing something unique, something special and something unmistakably Kent. ...
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Unmistakably Kent with Dave Ruller and Jerry Fiala

Kent Mayor Jerry Fiala and City Manager Dave Ruller provide the run down about all things that are “Unmistakably Kent.” ...
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Night Out in Strongsville Feels Like Mini-Vacation to Busy Parents

A night out on the town in Strongsville feels like a mini-vacation to these busy parents. Read about their experience enjoying a delicious dinner together, just the two of them and let it inspire your very own date night. ...
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Meeting with the Mayor: Thomas Perciak

Sit down with Mayor Thomas Perciak of Strongsville, Ohio for some up-to-date information on what is happening in Strongsville, why it's a family-friendly community, and why your family should visit, or even, relocate to the bustling locale. ...
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Buzz-Worthy Businesses of Strongsville

The city of Strongsville offers attractions for the whole family with outdoor locations like The Mill Stream and Chalet Toboggan Chutes or community support groups like the Strongsville Early Childhood PTA. Each of these businesses contributes to what makes the city of Strongsville so appealing. ...
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Thrive in Bustling City of Strongsville

In 1816, John Stoughton Strong purchased a sizeable amount of land in Northeastern Ohio from the Ellsworth family. Led by Strong, a group of settlers built shelter and took care of the land to either live on or sell on behalf of the Ellsworth family. Strong moved his family to the property and, in 1818, it officially became a township named Strongsville. ...
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