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Plant Magic
Address:
38015 Euclid Ave
City:
Willoughby
State:
Ohio
Zip Code:
44094
Phone number:
(440) 954-9030
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 5, 2016

Celebrate Canada's 149th birthday with your neighbours

National Historic Site, which will once again offer free admission to visitors. Canada Day festivities for the whole family will also be offered at Willoughby Community Park at 7888 – 200 Street, where the atmosphere will be a little bit country, a little bit barbecue. The Township of Langley, Langley Events Centre, and 93.7 JRfm are once again partnering to offer the Langley Canada Day JRBQ, presented by C&D Logistics. The celebration runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, July 1, with free admission, free parking, a spray park, food trucks, and a barbecue with proceeds going to Basics for Babies. A Kids’ Zone will keep little ones busy with face painting, games, races, and inflatables, and a Canada Day ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. Country music performers will take to the stage to provide continuous live entertainment from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featured artists include Lanie McAuley, Me and Mae, Bucko and Toad, Hunter Brothers, and Doc Walker. For more information on the Langley Canada Day JRBQ and a full schedule of performers, visit tol.ca/events. ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP WILL WOW CROWDS AT ABBOTSFORD'S CANADA DAY PARTY An Aldergrove band is among the impressive evening entertainment lineup booked for this year’s Canada Day evening celebrations in Abbotsford. This year’s Canada Day 2016 Celebrations, sponsored by Prospera Credit Union, and with funding in part from the Department of Canadian Heritage, will be full of new and exciting entertainers including TEAM T&J, Jada Klein, Her Brothers, and Fionn. Jada Klein is a 15 year old local singer who won the 2014 Valley Voices competition. She has already released her first single titled “Puzzle Piece.” TEAM T&J are a fresh dose of active and uplifting family entertainment from Toronto. TEAM T&J will be engaging the Canada Day crowds with creative, inspiring and interactive live music. Her Brothers have been performing throughout B.C. since 2008, and are made up of three brothers, Gabe, Josh, and Levi. The Aldergrove band recently held a benefit concert for Fort McMurray residents. Fionn is a twin sister singer/songwriter duo from the City of White Rock, and they perform an eclectic mix of guitar and mandolin based folk, country and pop. Many great events are planned throughout the day including a parade down South Fraser Way, free family fun at Exhibition Park, entertainment, fireworks and much more. Further details on the events for the day will continue to be updated online at www.abbotsford.ca/canadaday.   ... (Aldergrove Star)

Feb 2, 2016

Elizabethtown police continue search for answers in homicide

We’re trying to protect a community We're also trying to help out a mom that has lost a son,” Officer Virgil Willoughby said. But so far, police have been unable to locate Lambert and are asking for the public to step forward with information on her whereabouts and the crime. “We’re talking about coming out being a man, being a woman. Stepping up, showing a little character and letting a family, talking about a mother specifically, know what’s happened here,” Willoughby said. Robertson hopes that happens sooner rather than later. “She’s about to lay her baby to rest with no answers. That’s sad,” Robertson said. Police said Lambert is known to drive a silver Honda Civic with Texas plates, and she could be in Texas. Anyone with information on her whereabouts or information on this case is asked to call the Elizabethtown Police Department at 270-765-4125. Recommended ... (WLKY Louisville)

Jan 8, 2016

Inmate escapes from Lorain prison; six Akron inmates overdose; Cleveland judge ...

WJW Channel 8) An Aurora man with arrest warrants is accused of driving a stolen car in Willoughby while in possession of drugs. (News-Herald) Local news - east: The Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority Board of Directors and the county Commissioners are expected to vote in January whether to increase the hotel bed tax to help pay for shoreline capital projects. (News-Herald) The state auditor wants documents from developer Dominic J. Marchionda about city grants given for three of his company's Youngstown projects. (Youngstown Vindicator) Concord Township's longtime fire chief has been hired as the new executive officer for the Lake County Sheriff's central communications and 911 dispatch center. (News-Herald) Local news - west: A personal trainer who worked briefly with the Keystone High School football team was arrested and charged with sexual battery Monday. (Elyria Chronicle-Telegram) A Lorain County judge has thrown out the case against the owner of Cakes, Candy and Flowers in Elyria, who had been accused of food stamp fraud. (Elyria Chronicle-Telegram) Lorain's state audit for 2014 noted a significant deficiency in the way the city evaluates business development loans that were not repaid. (Lorain Morning Journal) Akron-Canton area news U.S. Marshals have named Akron resident Michael Ayers in this month's "Dangerous Dozen" list of most wanted fugitives in the area. (WAKR 1590-AM) Hartville village council members learned Tuesday a prospective buyer is interested in a former farm that was purchased for the village-owned industrial park. (Akron Beacon Journal) Medina resident Wil Bertemes donated $7,111.35 to Feeding Medina County to satisfy a debt from 1990 he said he was never able to repay. (Medina Gazette) ... (cleveland.com)

Dec 30, 2015

TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Jan. 1

Center building, 4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills, presents “The Art of Roy Bigler,” through Jan. 28. 216-987-2473 or visit Tri-C.edu/galleryeast. Willoughby Hills Community Center Gallery: 35400 Chardon Road, presents a show of work from The Paint Company, a group of several area artists, through Jan. 5; “Beautiful Cleveland,” featuring photographer Jackson Koch, acrylics and mixed media by Julie Cook, photographer Michelle Drackett and photographer Bill Naiman,” Jan. 8 through March 6. Call 440-918-8730 or visit davisgallery.com/willoughbyhills. Comedy Fine Arts Association: 38660 Mentor Ave., Willoughby, presents the Chili Con Comedy improv troupe, Feb. 6, April 30. Call 440-951-7500. Hard Rock Rocksino At Northfield Park: 10777 Northfield Road, Northfield, presents Joel McHale, Jan. 23; Marlon Wayans, Feb. 5; Jim Norton, March 11. Call 330-908-7625 or visit www.hrrocksinonorthfieldpark.com. Hilarities 4th Street Theatre: 2025 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, presents Tommy Johnagin,Jan. 2 and 3; Ha Cole, Jan. 6; Dov Davidoff, Jan. 7 through 9; Sam Morril, Jan. 10; Jim Breuer, Jan. 15 and 16; Bobby Lee, Jan. 21 through 23; Michael Yo, Jan. 28 through 30. Call 216-736-4242. Playhouse Square: 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents The Three Tenors (Who Can’t Sing), featuring Vic DiBitetto, Richie Minervini and Fred Rubino, Feb. 5; Kathleen Madigan, April 2; Bill Maher, June 4. Call 216-241-6000, or visit www.playhousesquare.com. Concerts Agora Theatre & Ballroom: 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents Battle of the Bands, Jan. 2; Lil Reese, Jan. 9; Ballyhoo!, Jan. 15; Enforcer, Warbringer, Cauldron, Exmortus, Jan. 16; Nile, Jan. 20; Montana of 300, Jan. 22; Vaperfest 2016, Jan. 23; Epica, Moonspell, Starkill, Jan. 25; Shawn Perry & The Hazard County Rebellion, Jan. 29; Decapitated, Black Breath, Theories, Jan. 31; State Champs, Neck Deep, Knuckle Puck, Feb. 12; Ventana, Feb. 13; R&B Valentine’s Day bash featuring Jon. B., Shai, Adina Howard, Feb. 14; Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya, After the Burial, Feb. 24; Pouya, The Buffet Boys, Suicide Boys, Feb. 26; I See Stars, Chunk! No Captain Chunk!, Get Scared, Feb. 27; The Word Alive, Fit for a KIng, Out Came the Wolves, March 2; Helloween, March 3; Y&T, March 10; SWMRS, The Frights, March 16; Joanne Shaw Taylor, Jared James Nichols, March 19; Sonata Arctica, Delain, March 29; Underoath, April 13; Abbath, High on Fire, Skeltonwitch, April 9; The Melvins, Napalm Death, April 21; Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody, Primal Fear, April 30; Prong, May 16. Visit www.clevelandagora.com. Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Puscifer, ... (The Morning Journal)

Dec 30, 2015

AP All-Ohio football teams

Isaiah Smith, Logan, 6-3, 186, sr. Linemen-Jack Wohlabaugh, Walsh Jesuit, 6-4, 285 sr.; Josh Myers, Miamisburg, 6-6, 295, jr.; Nik Urban, Willoughby South, 6-4, 285, sr.; Josh Burger, Aurora, 6-4, 295, sr.; Ethan Hale, Sunbury Big Walnut, 6-2, 270, sr. Quarterbacks-Jake Sopko, Avon, 6-3, 215, sr.; Westley Brandon, Pataskala Watkins Memorial, 6-3, 190, sr.; Scottie Seymour, Holland Springfield, 5-10, 185, sr. Backs-Keishaun Sims, Massillon P... (Cincinnati.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Realty transfers and foreclosures

Bishops Court subdivision, $448,700. * Floare Deac and Vasile Deac to Randall York and Tonya Pearson, in Vasile Deac Property, $433,000. * Mickey Willoughby and Susan Willoughby to N. Dodge Jr., trustee, and Leslie Delperdang, trustee, in Southern Shade subdivision, $429,000. * S. and L. Enterprises to Anthony Cappiello Jr., on Cumberland Avenue, $425,000. * Jan Nielsen, Cynthia Nielsen and Cynthia Cunningham to Michele Branton, in Bluff Point subdivision, $425,000. * Shubert Lawrence and Suzanne Lawrence to Yuh Tam and Aaron Buck, in Franklin Hills subdivision, $419,900. * CWALT Inc. and Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, to Abdelhamid Alsharif and Rahma Ismail, in Briarglen subdivision, $419,000. * Fox Creek Subdivision Inc. to Michael Nock and Yvette Vandeven, in Fox Creek subdivision, $414,900. * N. Dodge Jr., trustee, and Leslie Delperdang, trustee, to Logan Dever and Sarah Dever, in Southern Shade subdivision, $407,000. * David Trantanella to Jennifer Trantanella, in Easton Place Condos, $400,000. * Abacus Properties LLC to Abacus Real Estate LLC, in Jim Harmon Resub subdivision, $388,500. * Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Nasim Haq, in Racquet Club at Gettysvue subdivision, $380,000. * Ball Homes LLC to Ryan Anderson, in Jefferson Park West subdivision, $377,853. * 411 Gay Street LLC to Hatcher Hill Properties LLC, on Gay Street, $375,000. * E. Johnson and Dorothy Johnson to Dorothy Johnson, in Pebblebrook Condos, $370,362. * Yvette Vandeven and Michael Nock to William Collins, in West Arden subdivision, $366,000. * HMH Development Inc. to Christopher Grey and Kelly Grey, in Hunters Way subdivision, Phase 1, $358,200. * J. Norris Jr. and Emily Norris to Jace Perkerson, in Island Home Park Co. subdivision, $356,000. * Steven Bonnett and Krista Bonnett to Daniel Spica, in Brixworth subdivision, $355,000. * Hatcher Properties LLC to William Pippin Jr., in Residences at Market subdivision, $350,000. * CJ River Holdings LLC to Kelly Noxon and Charles Noxon, in Cityview at Riverwalk Condos, $349,900. * Sentinel Builders Inc. to Bruce Ahler, in Joshuas Landing Condos, $340,720. * Ball Homes LLC to Daniel Boyd and Michele Boyd, in Greenbrook subdivision, $339,351. * Michael Jones and Christy Jones to Michael Stanfill and Dortha Stanfill, in West Hills subdivision, $325,000. * Kristy Newton to Christopher Drummey and Calli Drummey, in Sequoyah Hills subdivision, $325,000. * Clinton King and Evelyn King to Walkers Truck Contractors Inc., on Rutledge Pike, $325,000. * Kalyan Perumalla and Vijaya Perumalla to Garrick Hrivnak and Jan Hrivnak, in Rockwell Farm subdivision, $323,000. * Keith Kirk and Toni Kirk to James Mauck and Sophia Mauck, in Harrison Springs subdivision, $323,000. * Joanne Schutt to Marvin Garrett and Peggy Garrett, in Trails End subdivision, $320,000. * Elmington Homes LLC to Eric Weber and Melissa Weber, in Wellington Chase subdivision, $316,134. * Douglas Trant and Janis Trant to Jon West and Amanda West, in Holston Hills addition, $307,900. $300,000 to $200,001 * Palmetto Homes LLC to Debasish Mohanty and Gayatri Sahu, in Glen at Hardin Valley subdivision, $297,995. * Carlos Juarez-Gosselin and Rebecca Juarez to Christopher Pierce and Cortney Pierce, in Cambridge Woods subdivision, $287,000. * Ball Homes LLC to James Peters and Allison Peters, in Falcon Pointe subdivision, $286,266. * Douglas Lieb and Lindsey Lieb to Michael Taylor and Tara Taylor, in William... (Knoxville News Sentinel)

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