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Strongsville High School closed for bomb threat

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio- Strongsville High School closed early on Thursday after a bomb threat.

According to Strongsville police, the department and the school received phone calls saying that bombs would detonate in 10 minutes. 60 more words

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Good Samaritan pulls elderly man from burning car

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — A Strongsville man pulled an elderly man out of a burning car Wednesday night.

Derek Wolfe was on his way home from the store when he saw a car stuck in the snow, spinning its tires, in the Wesley Road/Sprague area. 109 more words

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Security upped at Strongsville High School after threat on Streetchat app

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — There was increased patrol at Strongsville High School Thursday after a threat was posted through the Streetchat app.

According to Strongsville Supt. John Krupinski, high school administration was notified of a threatening post that appeared on the app Wednesday afternoon. 114 more words

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Rescue group asks for help for puppy burned with hot oil

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio-   At first glance, four-month-old Vera looks like a typical happy and healthy pit bull puppy, but it turns out she’s been through a lot in her short life. 369 more words

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Tallest, fastest ice chutes in Ohio open for the season

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — They are touted as the tallest and the fastest ice chutes in Ohio.

The Cleveland MetroParks toboggan chutes in the Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville are now open for the season. 208 more words

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Video shows toddler behind bars with mom accused of shoplifting

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio- A mother is accused of shoplifting at a Walmart store in Strongsville and police say her three-year-old daughter was with her at the time. 89 more words

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Special ceremony honors Veterans ahead of holiday

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio- Some Strongsville residents marked Veterans Day a little early on Wednesday.

Veterans were recognized for their service at a luncheon and pinning service. It also featured the posting of the colors of the honor guard and a speech by Corporal Mike Strahle about his tour of duty in Iraq. 31 more words

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