Private First Class, Earl Rondin has been a resident of Middleburg Heights for 60 years, said Middleburg Heights Mayor Matt Castelli. “It’s the men and women like Earl that make me proud [Read More…]
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The 32nd Annual Big Creek Run, originally scheduled to be held on May 10, 2020, has been postponed due to the concerns about group gatherings amid the coronavirus outbreak. Organizers are looking [Read More…]
Middleburg Heights Department of Economic Development Partners to Foster Local and Regional Economic Health.
The City of Middleburg Heights Department of Economic Development has again partnered with Polaris Career Center to present the Polaris Career Fair which will be held on Thursday April 16 at Polaris [Read More…]
On December 2nd, 2019, Middleburg Heights first responders made the difference between life and death for one very lucky resident. After flu-like symptoms caused a resident to become extremely ill and faint, first [Read More…]
Ray Guttmann, a longtime council member and active resident of Middleburg Heights died peacefully on December 29th, 2019 at 92 years old. He dedicated 36 years of his life as a distinguished Middleburg [Read More…]
This year, Middleburg Heights Animal Care and Control was fortunate to be chosen by the UPS Foundation as part of their donation program. The UPS Foundation focuses its efforts on environmental sustainability, volunteerism, community safety, and diversity and inclusion. All of which Animal Care and Control works to uphold every day while being the voice for animals in need.
The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program will be getting underway again this year starting the first week in February and ending the 15th of April, 2020. This IRS-supported FREE tax service is offered [Read More…]