CITY HEADLINES

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE COUNCILMAN RAY GUTTMANN

On November 28, 2017 Mayor Gary Starr and City Council recognized the distinguished public service career of retiring Councilman Ray Guttmann. Ray Guttmann and his wife of 63 years, Sharon, have been Middleburg Heights’ residents for 54 years.   Ray has served as a Councilman-at-large from 2009-2017, a Ward 4 Councilman from 1970-1974, 1976-1977 and 1989-2009 … Continue reading “THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE COUNCILMAN RAY GUTTMANN”


RIBBON CUTTING: 360 ORTHODONTICS EXPANDS AND INVESTS IN MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS

Mayor Gary W. Starr, Councilman Bill Meany, and Director of Economic Development Charles Bichara recently celebrated with Dr. Shabbir Adenwalla the ribbon cutting for his new building for 360 Orthodontics. Dr. Adenwalla has been practicing orthodontics for 36 years, and purchased the existing 4,000 square-foot building at 19053 Bagley Road and constructed a new addition to double … Continue reading “RIBBON CUTTING: 360 ORTHODONTICS EXPANDS AND INVESTS IN MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS”


MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS RECREATION RECEIVES AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

2017 is the second year in a row that the Middleburg Heights Recreation Department has won an OPRA award. Last year we took 2nd place for our end-of-summer Family Fishing Day. This year we received the 1st Place Award of Excellence in the Special Population category for the quality and success of our Adapted Swim … Continue reading “MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS RECREATION RECEIVES AWARD OF EXCELLENCE”


LIKE SANTA, THE MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS POLICE WILL BE SPORTING A BEARD IN NOVEMBER

For the month of November, some members of the Middleburg Heights Police Department may appear a little scruffier than usual, but they’re not shaving for a cause. They will be participating in the ‘No-Shave November’ campaign to raise awareness for men’s health and funds for their ‘Shop with a Cop’ holiday program. The officers who … Continue reading “LIKE SANTA, THE MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS POLICE WILL BE SPORTING A BEARD IN NOVEMBER”


EDWARD J. TOMBA UNANIMOUSLY CONFIRMED AS POLICE CHIEF FOR THE CITY OF MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS

At the special City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 21, 2017 Edward J. Tomba was sworn in as new Police Chief for the city of Middleburg Heights. There was a record crowd in attendance for the confirmation hearing. Read the entire story here.