14 hrs ago
Police search for burglar suspected of stealing wedding rings: Cleveland Heights Police blotter
Police found the suspect on another person's property July 30 around 11:30 p.m. He told police he walked up the driveway to urinate, reports said.
16 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights traffic stop ends with mana s fifth drug arrest
Kevin Robinson, 29, faces a drug trafficking charge after his arrest following a 7 p.m. traffic stop in the 3300 block of Monticello Boulevard.
17 hrs ago
Inlet Dance Theatre guides trainees and apprentices to glory in Cain Park show
Inlet Dance Theatre members Joshua Brown, bottom, and Dominic Moore-Dunson, top right, seen here in rehearsal in November 2012, were the stars of Bill Wade's "A Close Shave" Thursday night at Cain Park in Cleveland Heights.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Chagrin Solar Sun
Pizza delivery person asks police to check on customer with purple feet: Chagrin Falls Blotter
An officer checked on the woman and determined she was okay. The report stated she was wearing black nylons on her legs.
Meet K-9 Argos: One of Cleveland Heights police's furriest officers
Argos is an officer who cannot be matched in the field. His acute sense of smell makes him an expert tracking criminals.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Cleveland Heights: Police charge man in death of rabbi
Cohen was hit by a semi delivering groceries to Unger's Kosher Market on South Taylor Road and Cohen died at the scene.
Cleveland Heights' Office Max is the scene for kickoff of sackpack giveaway program for needy youths
Children and representatives of organizations that help youngsters in need and their families gathered Tuesday morning at the Severance Town Center Office Max to pick up an item that will make the return to school in a few weeks a little brighter.
Upgrade of Cleveland Heights' Fair Practices ordinance still stonewalled in committee
Timing isn't everything for two councilmen who still see room for improvement in the city's Fair Practices ordinance protecting the LGBTQ community.
Nightclub patrons duke it out on Cleveland Heights streets
Three men face disorderly conduct charges stemming from a brawl near a Cleveland Heights nightclub.
The Columbus Dispatch
Akron schools to pay autistic child's education
The Akron school district has agreed to pay just over $100,000 a year to send an autistic child to a private school after a longstanding challenge by the child's parents.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Chagrin Falls hosts public hearing on chickens tonight
Village council is holding a public hearing to talk with residents about any concerns they might have on chickens.
NEO's Best Pizza: Vote for your favorite pizza shops in the Suburban Cuyahoga County...
The Vero Margherita Pizza, simple and classic, is one of the bestselling pies at Vero Pizza Napoletana in Cleveland Heights.
Free Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes offered at Heights Libraries
Cleveland Heights locals gathered Saturday at the Coventry Village branch of the Heights Libraries for Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises.
Man punches 17-year-old girls in the face in Cleveland Heights playground
A man punched two teen girls in the face Thursday as the girls playfully threw playground woodchips at one another, according to a police report.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Brennan's Colony opening is best memorial: Regina Brett
The simple chalk sign welcomed people back. An employee opened the door and propped a sign on the sidewalk that read Brennan's Colony is Open .
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Police find drunk man with a gun in Cleveland Heights: Pick of the blotter
A 19-year-old was arrested by police after they found him passed out in his far with a gun in the pocket of the passenger-side door, reports said.
Copper piping missing from house: Cleveland Heights Police blotter
Police responded to the 800 block of Keystone Drive around 2 a.m. Police found the front door open and the side-door lock removed, reports said.
Chagrin Solar Sun
Over $5,000 worth of gold jewelry missing: Pepper Pike police blotter
Theft from building, Providence Road: A woman reported July 22 that at least eight pieces of jewelry had been taken from her home, with police noting that the jewelry boxes were emptied but then put back in their proper storage area, making it difficult to establish a timeline for the theft.
Learn how to work safely when tackling home repairs: Community Voices
Before tackling any repair on a do-self basis, it's important for homeowners to consider possible injuries, exposure to toxic materials, and other dangers.