15 hrs ago
Fire Fighters Promise To "Lay Off" Kasich, Endorse FitzGerald
Kasich has not been a friend to Ohio's public safety workers over the past four years, fire fighters especially.
18 hrs ago
Nepali teen launches newspaper to guide his community in the Cleveland tradition
Hari Kumar Dahal had just set down a couple of copies of Connecting Cleveland on a counter in Everest Grocery, one of his advertisers, when a trio of customers walked into the Lakewood store.
20 hrs ago
Northeast Ohio outdoor playgrounds filled with fun and fresh air -- all for free
Your kids could spend the summer indoors, blasting aliens on the screen, tripping over the cat and shattering vases.
20 hrs ago
Dick Dale, Paul Reiser and It's a Beautiful Day
The King of Surf Guitar can be seen at the Grog Shop this Thursday, but first, catch Dee Perry's chat with him about his 50-year career in music.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Man and woman arrested in restaurant parking lot at Legacy Village: Lyndhurst Police Blotter
Disorderly conduct, Cedar Road: A Cleveland woman, 26, and Cleveland Heights man, 23, were cited for disorderly conduct July 18 after officers were called to the parking lot of Claddagh irish Pub for a report of a fight.
Source: www.lehighvalleylive.com --- Wednesday, July 23, 2014The basketball star wanted to apologize to the community after fans arrived near his house to await his decision to stay with Miami or return to Ohio.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
AU's president's house to get update Akron - The University of Akron plans to spend about $375,000 to renovate its presidential home for the school's new leader.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Body discovered in East Side creek; Fremont man still missing after concert; Brennan's...
Pedestrians stop to view a memorial for Jim Brennan. His Brennan's Colony tavern in Cleveland Heights will reopen for drinks only on Tuesday afternoon.
Brennan's Colony to reopen three weeks after owner was murdered
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Pianist Jim Brickman caps homecoming bash with Cain Park concert
Piano sensation Jim Brickman capped his 20th anniversary bash with a homecoming show at Cain Park on July 19, 2014.
Bitcoin retailers in Cleveland Heights taking part in car giveaway
Shoppers and other passersby were able to get a look at the 2014 Kia that is being given away as part of a Bitcoin promotion that involves Bitcoin Boulevard, which includes seven retail locations in Cleveland Heights.
No immediate plans yet for former location of Bakers Square in Cleveland Heights
Now that the building that formerly housed Bakers Square restaurant on Mayfield Road has been demolished thoughts have turned as to what might be constructed in its place.
Surveys sent to Cleveland Heights residents to gather information on service priorities
The survey,which is being sent to 1,200 residents, is designed to measure the community's level of satisfaction with the quality of city services.
Canton educator joins Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district as curriculum director
A new superintendent, preparations under way for what will amount to a new high school, and now a new director of curriculum.
Ohio tavern to reopen after slaying of its owner
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS: A popular suburban Cleveland restaurant will reopen this week with a limited menu after the slaying of its owner.
Do Re Mi and You program gets kids dancing and singing
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio - On Saturday, the University Heights library turned into a stage as families sang along to hits like "I'm a Little Teacup" and "Mary had a Little Lamb."
UH program uses art workshops as part of the healing process
On Saturday, community members from the Greater Cleveland Area who have been affected by cancer gathered at the Cleveland Heights Library to make arts and crafts as a part of their healing process.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Residents honor Jim Brennan at fundraiser
On an overcast Saturday night, members of this community took a step toward healing the wound caused by the violent death of a well-known business leader.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Ohio's jobless rate holds steady at 5.5 percent
Ohio's jobless rate holds steady at 5.5% Ohio's unemployment rate for June was 5.5 percent, unchanged from May, which was the lowest level since before the Great Recession.
Annie and Damen Camin, Cleveland Heights pet sitters: Five Questions
A: I grew up with pets in the home -- a dog and cats, a guinea pig, and a rabbit -- and when I moved out on my own, I immediately adopted a dog, and have rescued two other dogs since then.