18 hrs ago
Looking for things to do this weekend in Beachwood?
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is presenting the exhibit "Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust" through June 9. The museum, 2929 Richmond Road, is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 17 and 19, and from noon to 5 p.m. May 18.
22 hrs ago
Jim Rokakis takes himself out of the running for next year's Cuyahoga County executive...
Jim Rokakis, shown here as Cuyahoga County treasurer in 2009, will not seek to succeed County Executive Ed FitzGerald next year.
Babysitter shows 5-year-old how to shoplift: Beachwood Police Blotter
THEFT, CEDAR ROAD: A girl, 5, was caught shoplifting a lipstick and CD May 8 at Sephora, but the security guard said the adult with her was coaching her.
Thu May 16, 2013
Stricter texting laws needed: Sun News editorial
I n March, the state of Ohio passed legislation banning texting while driving. However, while the state law treats texting behind the wheel as a primary offense for drivers under 18 years of age, it is considered a secondary offense for drivers over 18.
Laptop, iPods Taken From Unlocked Cars: Police Blotter
Laptop, iPods Taken Laptop: A woman who lives in the Deville Apartments in the 23500 block of Chagrin Boulevard told Beachwood Police Friday May 10 that her laptop computer was taken from her unlocked car.
Patriotism on Display on the Lawn of Beachwood City Hall
Part landscaping, part show of patriotism, the flag display at Beachwood City Hall will begin Monday May 20, 2013.
Best-Paying Summer Jobs
The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By David Schepp Getting a summer job is a rite of passage for many young people.
Wed May 15, 2013
Beachwood Mayor Merle Gorden collecting $350,000 in pay, retirement benefits; may get raise
If Beachwood Mayor Merle Gorden wins another term in November, he could get a raise in his $198,000 a year pay.
Merriam Town Center part of $1.46 billion deal
Merriam Town Center is among 30 power retail centers that an Ohio-based real estate investment trust is purchasing full control of in a $1.46 billion deal announced Wednesday.
Middle Schooler Harassed, Woman Hurt in I-271 Crash: Police Blotter
Middle School Harassment A Beachwood woman reported to police on May 9 that her daughter was being harassed by her Beachwood Middle School classmates.
Tue May 14, 2013
Post Your Yard Sale For Free and Patch Will Send Shoppers Your Way
Having a Garage or Yard Sale? Share the details here to be added to our interactive map of sales.
Teaching A 5-Year-Old To Steal Lipstick, Skater Versus Car: Police Blotter
Lipstick Lesson in Cruelty A woman, who tried to teach a 5-year-old girl to steal lipstick from Sephora in Beachwood Place , was charged with cruelty to children, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and shoplifting.
Beachwood Investor Moves Makers of Mace To Cleveland
The makers of the brand name pepper spray, Mace, are planning to move the company to midtown Cleveland in August, The Plain Dealer reported .
Mon May 13, 2013
The Times of Israel
Clevelanders march for unsolved murder of Jewish mother
More than 200 people participated in a community walk in suburban Cleveland to bring attention to the unsolved murder of Aliza Sherman, a Jewish mother of four.
The Plain Dealer
The Gathering Place offers free wigs to women with cancer-related hair loss: The Frugal Patient
The HairPeace Wig Salon at the Gathering Place is celebrating giving away its 1,000 wig by getting out the word about the salon: it offers free wigs to women with cancer-related hair loss.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Crain's editorial: Make it work
Gov. John Kasich is promoting a great idea for improving Ohio's workers' compensation system, but it has nothing to do with his proposed $1 billion rebate of payments that employers have made into the big insurance fund.
Underage alcohol possessor nabbed in Beachwood after traffic violation
A man, 19, should have known better than to not carefully follow the rules of the road, but he didn't and that got him into trouble with police.
Crain's Cleveland Business
By collecting, Revenue Group will add jobs to Cleveland
A Beachwood firm that is outgrowing its roots in the collections business is bringing 200 employees - and the promise of at least 100 more - to the city of Cleveland.
Sun May 12, 2013
More than 200 gather May 12 in Beachwood to keep up awareness of Aliza Sherman murder case
A gathering of about 250 people turned out Sunday, May 12, on what started out as a cool, cloudy, windy and wet afternoon to show support for slain nurse Aliza Sherman.
Beachwood Fire Fighters Practice Rope Rescue at Lake View Cemetery
Photos were provided by Cleveland Heights Fire Battalion Chief Pat Kehn. Members of the Heights Area Special Rescue Team spent May 7, 8, and 9 at Lake View Cemetery 's Dam in Cleveland Heights training for specialty rescues.