CITY NEWS

CLOSING OF FOWLES ROAD RAILROAD CROSSING BETWEEN ENGLE ROAD AND OLD OAK BLVD.

The Fowles Road Railroad Crossing that is located between Engle Road and Old Oak Boulevard will be totally closed for important repairs Tuesday, May 30th through Saturday, June 3rd. We encourage motorists to use alternate routes if possible, but a detour route will also be posted. Thank you.


MAYOR STARR AND CITY COUNCIL INVITE ALL TO MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY

The city of Middleburg Heights is celebrating Memorial Day on Monday, May 29 at 9:00 a.m. at Woodvale Cemetery. Participants will include the city of Berea, the American Legion of Berea, residents of both Berea and Middleburg Heights and military veterans. Mayor Starr and City Council are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Memorial … Continue reading “MAYOR STARR AND CITY COUNCIL INVITE ALL TO MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY”


SUMMER IN THE CITY 2017

The Middleburg Heights Summer in the City festival will be held on June 22nd, 23rd, and 24th at Southland Shopping Center. This year will mark the 10th anniversary for the Summer in the City festival which will include the largest parade in Middleburg Heights history, live music from top bands, incredible amusement rides, games and … Continue reading “SUMMER IN THE CITY 2017”


MAYOR GARY STARR, MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL AND ST. BARTHOLOMEW CELEBRATE ARBOR DAY WITH SPECIAL PROCLAMATION AND TREE PLANTING

On April 28, 2017, Mayor Gary W. Starr presented the proclamation honoring Arbor Day and its significance to the Middleburg Heights community. Students of the Academy of Saint Bartholomew, as well as, faculty and staff joined Mayor Starr, Councilman Mike Ference, Councilman John Grech and Councilman Dave Bortoloto in planting a beautiful tree to celebrate … Continue reading “MAYOR GARY STARR, MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL AND ST. BARTHOLOMEW CELEBRATE ARBOR DAY WITH SPECIAL PROCLAMATION AND TREE PLANTING”


CONGRATULATIONS TO TRI-CRAFT INC. FOR 50 SUCCESSFUL YEARS OF BUSINESS!

On May 9, 2017, Mayor Gary W. Starr and members of City Council recognized Tri-Craft Inc. for its 50 years of commitment to quality and continuous improvement, with a proclamation from the City.

Stephen Pilhartz started Tri-Craft Inc. in 1967, as a small machine shop in a garage in Cleveland. After 10 years of business, Tri-Craft Inc. was relocated to Middleburg Heights in order to expand operations to include plastic injection molding and assembly production. After 30 years of business in Middleburg Heights, Stephen entrusted the successful business to his daughters, Kathleen Byrnes and Monica Hargis, to continue his legacy… Continue reading