Maple Heights

Maple Heights,

city (1990 pop. 27,089), Cuyahoga co., NE Ohio; inc. 1932. It is chiefly a residential suburb of Cleveland, with major shopping centers and an industrial park.
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3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thanksgiving Day, a fire destroyed Fannie May Fine Chocolates warehouse and distribution facility in Maple Heights, Ohio.
He purchased last year a 605,980 SF mall in Maple Heights, Ohio, where the occupancy leapt to 85 percent from just 45 percent at the time of the acquisition.
During the next three months, CEI will be conducting tree trimming work in various communities in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Lake counties including: Ashtabula, Bedford Heights, Berea, Cleveland, Lakewood, Maple Heights, Middleburg Heights, Painesville, Rocky River, Russell Township, Saybrook Township, Solon and Willoughby Hills.
Maple Heights Farm, named for the grove of maple trees that lines the driveway, will always be farmland.
I don't think we've hit rock bottom," says Michael Ciaravino, mayor of Maple Heights, a town south of Cleveland, the former steelmaking giant, where nearly one in 10 homes have been seized by banks in the past two years.
Maple Heights, Ohio, has added two new magnet controllers to its product line.
Ciaravino went on to become an attorney and a magistrate in private practice, as well as a city prosecutor and assistant law director for the City of Maple Heights (a suburb east of Cleveland).
Portland, OR (503) 282-1441 Ohio Magnetics, Maple Heights, OH (800) 486-6446 Sieb Sales & Engineering Inc.
Rocky Kreutzer, who works for a suburban Maple Heights distributor that sells 40 to 50 kegs on a summer Saturday and 80 or 90 a day at graduation party time, thinks the Keg Wrap has potential, especially if the rental cost beats the estimated $15 ice expense.
Sullivan allegedly admitted to mailing the animal head to Maple Heights High School Principal Deborah Houchins during a two-month strike.
acquired Maple Heights Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hiawatha, Kansas, with a $2 million tax-exempt bond.
retailers testing the technology for self-checkout include super- market chains Kroger, Cincinnati, and Finast Friendly Markets, Maple Heights, Ohio.