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Richmond Heights superintendent resigns months after being accused of ...
Richmond Heights Superintendent Robert Moore resigned Monday, several weeks after pleading not guilty to charges of bribery, theft and extortion.
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New business opens; learn about Book Bike and more: Cleveland Heights morning links
Learn more about the Heights Libraries Book Bike during an informational session from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 3 at the Lee Road branch.
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Two fight for cellphone in the middle of Cleveland Heights street
Two men fought in the middle of the street over a cellphone and police eventually tracked the stolen iPhone to a second-hand phone dealer in East Cleveland, reports say.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
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Library Board To Discuss Murals Thursday
The good news is an art preservationist, asked to look at the murals painted by David L. Lawrence in 1963, has said they can be saved.
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Sean P. Malone in the Democratic primary for Ohio House District 9: endorsement editorial
Janine Boyd, 43, and Sean P. Malone, 36, offer voters two distinct styles as they compete in the May 6 Democratic primary for Ohio House District 9. Boyd, a Cleveland Heights councilwoman and daughter of term-limited state Rep. Barbara Boyd -- the current officeholder -- is a passionate advocate for children and family services.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Woman stabs man attacking daughter in Cleveland Heights
A Euclid man attacked his ex-girlfriend and stabbed the woman's mother in the arm with a butcher's knife, reports say.
Cleveland Heights resident John Prcela finishes second book about the saint he reveres most, Joseph
After seven decades of studying and pondering the life of St. Joseph, John Prcela finally got down to business and turned out his first book about the saint to whom he is so devoted.
Meet Cleveland Heights-University Heights superintendent candidates; field narrowed to three
The public is invited to meet the finalists - Zheadric Barbra, Fred Bolden and Talisa Dixon - during three community receptions this week in the Wiley Middle School cafeteria.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Shaker law director among highest paid in Northeast Ohio suburbs;...
Shaker Heights is one of only four suburbs that employs a full-time law director, a survey of 43 Northeast Ohio communities found.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Firehouse Subs donates nearly $55,000 in equipment to three local departments
Nearly $55,000 in equipment donations by a flagship sandwich shop will go a long way in helping three fire departments continue their mission of protecting the public and saving lives.
Man jumps out of moving stolen car, reports say: Cleveland Heights police blotter
Car theft, Goodnor Road: A man jumped out of a recently stolen car while it was still going 25 miles per hour and fled from police, reports say.
'Dom Hemingway' director Richard Shepard on Jude Law,...
Richard Shepard has made a movie about a master criminal with no crime in it - or very little crime, at least.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Cleveland Heights principal disciplined for shooter drill
The Cleveland Heights High School principal has been disciplined for panicking students and staff during a safety project involving a school-shooter scenario.
Beer-tasting fundraiser, all-California tasting, meet-and-greet with Pat Conway, Wooster...
As the weather warms, beer events, tastings and a lot more are popping up all over, including JAFB Wooster at Rozi's, Pat Conway in Heinen's, an all-California craft-beer tasting and a lot more.
Composer Margaret Brouwer and Blue Streak Ensemble rolling ahead with concert of new music
Composer Margaret Brouwer and her Blue Streak Ensemble are coming to Hudson soon with a program featuring music from her upcoming CD and several other contemporary works.
A gem of a Chinese restaurant in Cleveland Heights
Many years ago I had to interview chef Zack Bruell for something or another. When asked to disclose a local hidden gem, without a second thought he tossed out Sun Luck Garden.
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Tulips gardens help young scientists track seasonal change
When Renata Fossen Brown checks on the progress of a patch of tulips at Cleveland Botanical Garden, schoolchildren across the Northern Hemisphere are watching.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Woman requests her daughter be removed from her home: Lyndhurst Police Blotter
A woman said April 2 her daughter, 14, was caught at Memorial Junior High School with marijuana and a knife and she wanted her removed from her home and taken to the juvenile detention center.
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Chuck Ragan & the Camaraderie to unleash punk-infused folk on Grog...
Chuck Ragan, foreground center with his band the Camaraderie, makes that "Most Interesting Man'' in the beer commercial look like a poser.
Park Synagogue Main presents University Day educational program
Registration is open for Park Synagogue 's 21st annual University Day, which will be May 1 from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at the Park Synagogue main campus, 3300 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights.