News of the Week: New Restaurant Coming In; Head Shop Moves Out; $81 Million Bond Issue for Schools
Here's what happened in Strongsville over the last few days
Some of the headlines in Strongsville Patch this week:
Twilight Boutique closes: With its owners facing felony drug charges, the Prospect Road head shop quietly leaves town.
New restaurant planned: A local businessman finalizes the purchase of land on Howe Road next to Westfield SouthPark.
Foreclosure list: Eight Strongsville homes going to sheriff's sale in June.
Schools to seek $81 million bond issue: A committe recommends a two-phased approach to building a new middle school and repairing the high school and elementary buildings.
Albion Road to be repaired: The city takes bids on repairing crumbling pavement that has kept Albion closed for more than a year, but says it will be a very expensive job.
Strongsville shows support for Brunswick crash victims: A local woman organizes a tribute on Pearl Road to the four teens after a chance meeting with one victim's parents.
Cracker Barrel raising money for schools: The restaurant where Kevin Allen shot his family in April held a benefit concert and will also donate its proceeds June 11 to the Strongsville schools.