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.
Parma Heights garage sales, flag football and more: Morning news
Garage sales- Councilwoman JoAnn Koch is hosting a Ward Three yard sale Saturday.
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)
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.
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.
Dave Chappelle, Chuck D And More Rock Spike Lee's "Do The Right...
Iconic director Spike Lee celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of his classic film "Do The Right Thing" by holding a block party right in the Brooklyn neighborhood where it was filmed.
The Plain Dealer
Recovery Resources debuts new Old Brooklyn location; open house on Friday
Recovery Resources is throwing itself a "welcome to the neighborhood" party of sorts Friday morning when it holds a public open house at its newest location.
Brooklyn road closures and city events; Morning news
CONSTRUCTION: Glencoe Ave., Ira Ave., Archmere Ave. and Flowerdale Ave. will all be closed.