Warrensville Heights

Warrensville Heights,

city (1990 pop. 15,745), Cuyahoga co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland; inc. 1927. Although chiefly residential, it has plants that manufacture machinery, automobile equipment, and cardboard containers. It is the home of a summer stock musical theater-in-the-round.
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According to EEOC's suit, DSW discriminated against the former assistant manager at the company's Warrensville Heights, Ohio retail store due to race (black).
Maria Trivisonno, a librarian in the Cleveland suburb of Warrensville Heights, explained the audience she had in mind: the kids who pour into the library after school, looking for things to do.
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Maria Trivisonno of the Warrensville Heights branch in Cuyahoga County, said the real value of Every Child Ready to Read is its emphasis on imaginative play.
I was later approached to become a part-time law director of Warrensville Heights, the Cleveland suburb where I was raised.
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But Prince George's County was distinct: It was one of the few places--like Southfield, Michigan, outside of Detroit; Warrensville Heights, Ohio, outside of Cleveland; and DeKalb County, Georgia, outside of Atlanta--that grew wealthier as it became blacker.