Compliant Healthcare Technologies (CHT) recently relocated its corporate offices from Holly Springs, N.C., to 7123 Pearl Road, Suite 305, in Middleburg Heights. A ribbon-cutting took place September 23 to mark the event.
CHT provides technology to hospitals and medical facilities worldwide to help control, manage and monitor medical gas systems and the environment of treatment areas and operating rooms.
Of the 72 CHT employees nationwide, 29 are located in the Middleburg Heights office. The company is also seeking to hire five additional employees for this location.
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The players and coaches of the Middleburg Heights Mud Hens attend a city council meeting where they are honored by city officials for their championship season.
City officials salute the Middleburg Heights Mud Hens players and coaches for winning the Cuyahoga Valley Baseball Association’s South Division Championship. Flanking the team are (L to R): Councilmen Ray Guttman, John Grech, Michael Ference and Bill Meany; Mud Hens coaches Rick Barnes, Matt Decker and Ken Slovick; Councilman Matthew McGregor, Mayor Gary W. Starr, Councilman David Bartolotto, and Council President Matt Castelli.
Happy 15th Anniversary Recreation Center!
Celebrating the Recreation Center’s 15th anniversary (L to R): Councilmen Michael Ference, John Grech and Raymond Guttmann, Mayor Gary W. Starr, Councilmen Bill Meany, Matthew McGregor and David Bortolotto.
Kids celebrate with the lifeguards at the Recreation Center’s 15th anniversary!
Mayor Gary Starr and City Council gather with the outstanding staff members of the Recreation Department as the Recreation Center celebrates its 15th anniversary!
Mayor Gary Starr and Youth Ambassadors.
Pictured standing left to right: Jessica Majewski (Kidszone staff), Harley Helman, Claire Ebner. Seated left to right: Kyle Keho, Mark Ezaki, Justin Dedrick, Tyler Dedrick, Erhan Ali, Maryum Ali, Abby Schad, Rachel Baranuk, Josh Baranuk.
Middleburg Heights celebrates freedom on Independence Day.
The dragon wagon is always popular at Summer in the City.
Fun and thrills on the ferris wheel at Summer in the City.
Kids of all ages enjoy games along the midway at Summer in the City.
Great bands are a big hit at Summer in the City.
Mayor Starr stands proudly alongside veterans at the City’s Memorial Day ceremony, saluting their sacrifice in service to our country.
Elementary students recite the Pledge of Allegiance along with adults and veterans assembled for the City’s Memorial Day ceremony.
Two local schoolchildren lead those assembled in the Pledge of Allegiance during the Memorial Day observance.
The honor guard procession opens the City’s Memorial Day observance.
Mayor Gary W. Starr describes his role in city government to interested juniors and seniors from Berea-Midpark High School (L to R): Josh Karanouh-Schuler, Ben Baldwin, Sarah Calvisior, Mayor Starr, and Christopher Nakon.
Jayda Sarges, Academy of St. Bartholomew, 3rd grade State of Ohio Contest winner! Reminding all of us to “ESCAPE FIRST THEN CALL 911”
Flags around the city show residents’ pride in America and honor those who defend her.
Showing just a few of the items collected at this year’s food drive are (L to R): Public Service Director Jim Herron, Middleburg Heights Food Pantry Secretary Cori Farris, Councilman Matt McGregor, Mayor Gary W. Starr, Council President Matthew Castelli, SCAN Hunger Center Director Lona Gruber, and councilmen Michael Ference, Ray Guttman, Dave Bartolotto and Bill Meany.
Touring the Stroke Mobile Unit now operating in Middleburg Heights are (L to R) Mayor Gary Starr, councilmen Matthew McGregor and John Grech, Council President Matthew Castelli, and Councilman Michael Ference.
City officials visit with students at the Academy of St. Bartholomew School during an Arbor Day tree planting event.
(L to R: Councilmen Ray Guttmann, Michael Ference, Bill Meany and John Grech)
Little children heading up and down the sliding board is a frequent sight in the park behind City Hall.
Children enjoy playtime inside the “train” at the park behind City Hall.
Stay tuned in to see more on WEWS Channel 5, Academic Challenge! We believe we have the finest, smartest team from Berea-Midpark High School! The Berea-Midpark team members are David Tyler, Ben Baldwin, and Brandon Jack.
February grand opening of “M of Hope,” a shop with helpful items for cancer patients. Pictured: Councilmen David Bortolotto and Mike Ference, owner Meaghan Earley, Susan Earley, Randy Burch, Rhonda Burch, and Chuck Bichara, Director of Economic Development.
Middleburg Heights fire officials demonstrate equipment to members of city council touring the fire station.
Students from Big Creek Elementary present their case for extended Trick or Treat time to Mayor Starr.
Mayor Starr stands with Big Creek Elementary students after he and city council approved their petition for an extra half-hour of Trick or Treat.
The annual ribbon cutting kicks off our Summer In The City parade and festival.
City Council, Mayor Starr and our generous community teamed up to make this Elected Officials Food Drive the most successful yet.
Mayor Starr welcomes new Planning Commission members Eve Sachs, Carl Guarnieri and Anthony Crea.
Welcome to beautiful Middleburg Heights, Ohio
Council members work with Mayor Starr to move the city forward.
City council members provide leadership and representation for residents.
City council at work!
From Left to Right: Councilman John Grech, Clerk of Council Mary Ann Meola and Councilman David Bortolotto
Mayor Starr at work.
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Middleburg Heights City Hall
Through Mayor Starr’s planning, Key Bank donates a Clock
Tower adding small town charm to Middleburg Hts.
A blooming landscaped garden welcomes visitors to City Hall.
It’s official! Spring has sprung in Middleburg Heights.
Mayor Gary W. Starr and MetroHealth CEO Dr. Akram Boutros
Former Secret Service directors hired by
Mayor Starr and City Council to protect
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