CITY HEADLINES

VIDEO: MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS’ TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION CAPTURES CHRISTMAS SPIRIT

Hundreds of residents gathered at the Middleburg Heights Community Center Friday, Nov. 25th to celebrate the City’s 2016 Tree Lighting ceremony, meet Santa and enjoy holiday treats and entertainment. Mayor Gary Starr and the City Council – comprised of Matthew Castelli, Raymond G. Guttmann, David Bortolotto, Bill Meany, Matthew G. McGregor, Michael Ference, John Grech … Continue reading “VIDEO: MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS’ TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION CAPTURES CHRISTMAS SPIRIT”


MAYOR GARY STARR PRAISES ‘REMARKABLE’ WORK OF MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS WOMEN’S CLUB

Dear Members of the Middleburg Heights Women’s Club: When it comes to local philanthropy, we gentlemen can barely hold a candle to the work and many accomplishments of the MHWC. What you’ve done, and what you continue to do, is nothing short of remarkable. You’ve awarded nearly $200,000 in scholarship funds, offered up thousands of … Continue reading “MAYOR GARY STARR PRAISES ‘REMARKABLE’ WORK OF MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS WOMEN’S CLUB”


LOCAL CUB SCOUTS GET DOWN TO EARTH DURING HICKCOX CEMETERY BEAUTIFICATION

Tucked between Hepburn Road and Regal Cinemas lies Hickcox Cemetery, the decades-old gravesite that sees plenty of passers-by, but only a handful of visitors. On Thanksgiving weekend, however, it saw a few more when members of Cub Scout Pack 636, from Middleburg Heights, and Strongsville’s 226 joined up for a beautification project. The boys trimmed, … Continue reading “LOCAL CUB SCOUTS GET DOWN TO EARTH DURING HICKCOX CEMETERY BEAUTIFICATION”


FAT HEAD’S MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS BREWING LOCATION IS DOUBLING IN SIZE!

Fat Head’s Brewing has outgrown its current space on Sheldon Road in Middleburg Heights.

Read the full story by Jay Miller of Crain’s Cleveland Business here.

Read the official press release prepared by John Deike here.

Watch WKYC Channel 3 coverage here.

It is planning a new central brewery on Engle Lake Road, in sight of Interstate 71 near the Bagley Road interchange in Middleburg Heights, that will more than double its brewing capacity. The $11.4 million project includes a packaging operation that will allow the brewery, for the first time, to put its beer in cans, in addition to its current packaging process for bottles and kegs. This new brewing operation will also allow them to expand their distribution territory. The building also will include a 250-seat full-service tap house/restaurant and will create 74 new jobs in three years, 25 in the brewery and 49 in the tap house.


MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS FIRE DEPARTMENT ASSISTS IN FUN SAFETY LESSONS AT LOCAL SCHOOLS

On Friday, November 11th, Assistant Chief John Desmarteau joined presenter Michael Spinella and characters from the Firefighter Phil Fire Prevention Program at our local elementary schools for a fun and lively fire safety presentation. These fun, interactive presentations include magic, games and ventriloquism with one of the program’s characters to engage the children and keep … Continue reading “MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS FIRE DEPARTMENT ASSISTS IN FUN SAFETY LESSONS AT LOCAL SCHOOLS”