Hometown hero John Simanella is a World War II veteran who was stationed in England with the 389th Bomb Group. John was a gunner aboard a B-24 bomber from 1942-1945, during the height of World War II, and he flew 30 bombing missions over Germany’s Industrial Heartland known as the Ruhr Valley. After the war, … Continue reading “HOMETOWN HERO, JOHN SIMANELLA, NAMED SUMMER IN THE CITY PARADE GRAND MARSHALL!”
At the June 11, 2019 meeting of City Council, two Middleburg Heights Police Officers were promoted. Christopher Burgett was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. He has been serving the residents and businesses in Middleburg Heights as a police officer since June of 2001, and was promoted to Sergeant in 2011. He is a graduate … Continue reading “OATHS OF OFFICE ADMINISTERED FOR TWO OUTSTANDING OFFICERS”
It was a great day for the 16th annual Middleburg Heights Elected Officials Food Drive. Thank you to all that supported this worthwhile community event. Special thanks to Heinen’s Fine Foods for hosting the event and for the generous contributions. Special thanks also goes to the many Middleburg Heights businesses that support this event. All food and cash donations go to the Middleburg Heights Food Pantry and SCAN Hunger Center.
Congratulations to Ray Bulka on his promotion from the rank of Lieutenant to Deputy Chief of the Middleburg Heights Police Department. Ray has been a Middleburg Heights Police Officer since 1988, and has supervised the night shift for the past 20 years. He also previously served in the US Air Force. Mayor Matthew Castelli and Police … Continue reading “CONGRATULATIONS TO NEW DEPUTY CHIEF, RAY BULKA!”
Thanks to the hard-working students at the Academy of St. Bartholomew, Mayor Castelli has presented a proclamation declaring May 10th as Arbor Day in the city of Middleburg Heights. In honor of this proclamation, in helping to create a greener world, many gathered to plant a tree to represent the start of the city’s first … Continue reading