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City to ‘start from scratch’ in fight against flooding

Service Director Rob Berner is recommending, as a temporary measure, that homeowners in area experiencing flooding disconnect their downspouts and allow rainwater to splash out onto their grass.

Fairview Park Chatter – Aug. 27, 2014

By Kevin Kelley FAIRVIEW NATIVE WINS PRIMARY: Dan Sullivan, a Fairview Park native, won a three-man primary Aug. 19 to obtain the Republican Party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate race in Alaska. Sullivan, who previously served as Alaska’s attorney general and commissioner of natural resources, won 40.1 percent of the vote. That topped attorney Joe [...]

Police seek tips on West 227th Street burglary

Fairview Park police are asking the public’s assistance in identifying a Mercury Mariner SUV they believe may have been connected to an Aug. 13 home burglary.

$66K EPA grant to stem erosion along Coe Creek

The Coe Creek Streambank Restoration Project involves restoring 170 linear feet of the creek’s banks. Two hundred trees and shrubs will be planted across one-third of an acre as well.