Here's what happened in the last few days
Headlines from the past week: Quality Catering in foreclosure -- Two parcels at Pearl and Whitney are going to sheriff's sale this month. Homes in foreclosure -- 12 residential properties are slated for sheriff's sale in December. Changes for Giant Eagle -- Developers have made significant changes to the plans for the Market District store on Pearl Road. Kids going hungry -- Kemper House launches a program to send students home from school with food on Fridays. Feeding the hungry, part 2 -- If you've ever wondered about the blue bus at the United Methodist Church, here's what it's up to. Counterfeiter arrested -- Strongsville police nab a man suspected of passing fake bills at SouthPark Mall.
Two parcels are set for sheriff's sale in December
The long-vacant Quality Catering property at Pearl and Whitney roads is in foreclosure and scheduled to be sold at sheriff's sale Dec. 24. The two parcels at 9192 Pearl Rd. are listed at $424,000. Minimum bid is $282,667. "I think we're finally going to have some activity there," Economic Development Director Brent Painter said. Developers have made two serious bids for the property in recent years, but neither plan got off the ground. Sheetz wanted to build a gas station on the site, but the project fizzled after objections from residents. The company has since unveiled plans to build across the street, along with an O'Charley's restaurant. Earlier this year, Discount Tire sought to build on the corner parcel, but city officials …