7 hrs ago
Artsy flamingos are flocking to perches throughout the city: Parma Postings
Some of the entries have local "flavor" written all over them, like Mabin's own Stash Mingo-ski, which is a tribute to "Big Chuck" Schodowski's character immortalized in numerous comedy skits.
13 hrs ago
Zumba, road construction and more: Brooklyn morning news
Zumba - At 7 p.m. tonight a Zumba session will be offered at the Senior Center at 7727 Memphis Ave. Zumba is the Latin-inspired dance work out.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
More than 31 million people left college without earning a degree, report says: Higher...
More than 31 million people enrolled in college during the last two decades but left without earning a degree or certificate and have not returned to higher education for at least 18 months, according to new data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Man, business indicted and liquor permit administratively charged
While a majority of the illegal activities are connected to alcohol or food stamp violations, agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit investigate drug-related violations at liquor permit premises as well.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Remembering former Brooklyn mayor John Coyne Former Brooklyn mayor...
He wielded so much power in the Cuyahoga County Democratic party; he was referred to as the "Irish Godfather" or "The Boss".
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Father carjacked, shot in Cleveland Monday dies in hospital
Carlos Rivera, 44, of Brooklyn, was attacked about 11 p.m. on the 3100 block of West 46th Street.
Memphis Kiddie Park restoring two rides
Memphis Kiddie Park notes that two pony carts and frames along with frame for one of the cars from the Speedway ride arrived at the park this week from the sandblaster.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Former Mayor John Coyne of Brooklyn, 97, remembered as influential politician
Former mayor John Coyne, who died Monday, was among the longest serving mayors in the United States and a highway safety crusader who introduced tens of millions of motorists to seat belt and cell phone laws.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Parma Heights garage sales, flag football and more: Morning news
Garage sales- Councilwoman JoAnn Koch is hosting a Ward Three yard sale Saturday.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Mentor man sentenced to life in slaying over rap feud; victim's mother calls for end of...
A judge Thursday sentenced a Mentor man to life in prison for a slaying that left the victim's mother begging for an end to violence.
It's time to eat, drink and dance at parish festivals: Parma Postings
This is the time of year when churches have their annual festivals, and the area's most momentous celebration may arguably be the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral Festival July 19 & 20. The church, located at the corner of Broadview and Ridgewood, will have more of a reason to celebrate with sljivovica or plum brandy flowing throughout the ... (more)
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Former Cleveland firefighter sentenced to probation for stealing hazmat equipment
A former Cleveland firefighter was placed on probation Monday for stealing hazardous material equipment from the city and selling it to a scrap yard to feed his drug habit.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Crain's Cleveland Business
University Hospitals to provide $300,000 in grant funding to support...
University Hospitals will provide $300,000 worth of grant funding to support wellness initiatives in the six communities surrounding UH Parma Medical Center - a hospital the health system rolled into its enterprise at the start of the year.