7 hrs ago
Shaker Square holiday exhibit uses recycled materials in unique mix of Fire and Ice
The Cleveland Heights resident has been using recyclable items to create works of art for years.
10 hrs ago
Police should obey traffic laws: Sun Press Letter to the Editor
I have traveled all over the county, and the state, and I have never seen law enforcement with such disregard of the law, than the Cleveland Heights police.
15 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights carriage house renovated for former Rock Hall...
In order to get into Dennis and Kathy Barrie's historic Cleveland Heights carriage house, you've got to step on a Picasso.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
What do five olives taste like? Happy Hour at Taste, in Cleveland...
What do five olives taste like? Happy Hour at Taste, in Cleveland Heights -- a top deal and dining equivalent of the Cedar-Lee Theatre The Cedar-Lee neighborhood never had the dining equivalent of its esteemed movie theater -- that is, until Taste hit Lee Road five years ago.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Plain Dealer
John Sayles gets dramatic for gritty noir 'Go For Sisters,' but still ...
So questioned my viewing companion as we watched guns blazing in a drive-by shooting on a gritty Tijuana street.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Minnesota surprises Baker
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, wide receiver Dorian Baker has been solid with Kentucky since committing in October, but wanted to take a couple official visits before Signing Day.
Teenagers accused of being caught inside vacant home: South Euclid police blotter
Trespassing, Eastway: Five teenagers were arrested Dec. 4 on suspicion of hanging out inside a vacant home whose tenants were recently evicted.
School facilities planning session set, Heights Libraries board president to serve another term and more: Cleveland Heights morning links
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education will hold a planning session for phase 1 of the master facilities plan at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 18 at the Deborah S. Delisle Educational Options Center, located at 14780 Superior Road.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
White House floral designer Don Vanderbrook shares holiday decor tips
It was a little intimidating to meet internationally known Cleveland event designer Don Vanderbrook - decorator for inaugural balls, British Embassy parties and state dinners in Washington, D.C. - for the first time.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Don't ask the new boss to play right field
OK, so longtime Crain's Cleveland Business publisher Brian Tucker is in the next room cleaning out his office and preparing for a well-deserved retirement.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Plain Dealer
Questions of transparency, the e-edition and the elderly: Ted Diadiun
Conservative columnist George Will recently wrote a column that appeared in last Sunday's Forum section, in praise of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and Walker's new book, "Unintimidated: A Governor's Story and a Nation's Challenge."
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Tommy Tune is bottled joy in 'Tapes, Tunes and Tall Tales' at Nighttown
Tommy Tune has said that dancers, when they sing, sing with their whole bodies. No doubt that's true for Tune, who used every inch of his lanky, 6-foot-6 frame Wednesday night to perform a grab bag of hits - standards you'd expect from the Great American Songbook from the Gershwins and Porter, plus one or two sneak-attack numbers from the likes of ... (more)
Cleveland Heights merchants come together to put on first-ever Coventry Village Holiday Festival
The group has planned a full day of discounts and festivities in their establishments during the first-ever Coventry Village Holiday Festival on Dec. 14. Free activities are scheduled from 11 a.m. to midnight.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
a Calvin and Hobbesa documentary hits theater Fridaya Calvin and...
The beloved comic strip ran for a decade - November 1985 to December 1995 - before Watterson called it quits, saying he had done all he could with it The beloved comic strip ran for a decade - November 1985 to December 1995 - before Watterson called it quits, saying he had done all he could with it You don't have to be from Chagrin Falls, Ohio to ... (more)
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Ring in the Holidays with the River Valley Ringers in Cleveland Heights
The River Valley Ringers will present their annual holiday concert on Sunday, December 15, 3:30pm at Bethlehem Lutheran Church located at 3740 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights.
Third person charged in attack, robbery of Bhutanese refugee in Cleveland Heights
A Columbus-area man was charged Tuesday in the September beating and robbery of a Bhutanese refugee, becoming the third person to be charged in the attack.
Retiring Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley to run for County Council seat
Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley has officially announced his intent to seek the District 10 seat on the Cuyahoga County Council.
Beachwood, Cleveland Heights-University Heights and Shaker Heights...
You teach kids 180 days a year and if all of these officials spend one day in a classroom, they would know it's so much more than what they can do on one test.