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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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Anthony also told a news conference that the man was "willing to chop off hands and heads." Pitts, 48, is from the Cleveland suburb of Maple Heights, Ohio, the FBI said in a statement.
Time Warner Cable is looking to increase its customer service, retail sales specialists and field technician workforce by more than 60 at its Garfield Heights, Lorain, Mentor, Maple Heights, Ohio City and Strongsville, Ohio operations due to continued growth.
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.
Wiechniak; three sisters, Claire Kovach of Maple Heights, Ohio, Cecile Douglas and Evelyn LaFontaine, both of Worcester; a brother-in-law, Ernest P.
Ohio Magnetics Inc., Maple Heights, Ohio, has added two new magnet controllers to its product line.
retailers testing the technology for self-checkout include super- market chains Kroger, Cincinnati, and Finast Friendly Markets, Maple Heights, Ohio.
Testa Director, deli/foodservice/bakery Finast Supermarkets Maple Heights, Ohio
Lorain Journal Co., began in April 1975 when Michael Milkovich Sr., the coach of the Maple Heights, Ohio, high school varsity wrestling team, filed suit.
A film crew from the program, which airs on The History Channel, part of A&E Television Networks, New York, was recently on location at the Ohio Magnetics-Stearns Magnetics plant in Maple Heights, Ohio, near Cleveland.
Ohio Magnetics, Maple Heights, Ohio, has introduced the new Hydra-Mag Package, used to power DC electro magnets from the hydraulic system of mobile cranes or excavators.
Finast Supermarkets, Maple Heights, Ohio, took advantage of the selling opportunities of Mother's Day by launching a chainwide "Carnival of Cakes' promotion in late April.
First National Stores, based in Maple Heights, Ohio, reflects consumer demands for healthier, lighter foods with an expanded product mix in its in-store delis.