4 hrs ago
Man accused of robbing pizza deliveryman at gunpoint in Cleveland Heights
A man robbed a Pizza Hut deliveryman at gunpoint on Wednesday, then took the food to his father's Mayfield Road apartment, police reports say.
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7 hrs ago
Marijuana Trafficking Bust Follows Routine Traffic Stop
A routine traffic stop on Interstate 95 ended in the seizure of more than 36 lbs.
10 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights merchants banking on Bitcoin Boulevard to draw global spotlight; skeptics warn of risks
Lisa Dunn, standing in her Revive fair trade apparel, jewelry and gift shop, is among the Cleveland Heights businesses who will accept bitcoin payments as part of a community-wide creation of the world's second Bitcoin Boulevard US starting May 1. She sees the bitcoin experiment as a smart way to showcase the unique and fiercely independent ... (more)
15 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights reduces admission tax for small entertainment venues
The city charges a 5 percent admission tax for live entertainment venues, including bars, theaters and nightclubs.
16 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights hires full-time law director, six firefighters
"The general reputation of the city and its government are very highly thought of and I am excited to be a part of such a great organization," Farris said.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Law director, admission tax votes tonight in Cleveland Heights
City Council tonight will vote whether to appoint a new full-time law director and slash the admission tax for smaller venues.
Dobama Theatre presents 'Kin' as final Mainstage Production for 2013-2014 season
Dobama Theatre has announced the regional premiere of "KIN" that will be running from April 25 through May 25, 2014 Dobama Theatre has announced the regional premiere of "KIN" that will be running from April 25 through May 25, 2014 Dobama Theatre 2340 Lee Road Cleveland Heights, Ohio " KIN " By Bathsheba Doran April 25 through May 25, 2014 Preview ... (more)
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Renata Fossen Brown turns botanical garden lessons into crafty gardening book for kids
Renata Fossen Brown's new book has a year's worth of indoor and outdoor garden-related activities for young people.
10 great bakeries and cafes in Cleveland: Your 2014 A-List guide
Gougere at Luna Bakery and Cafe, Cleveland Heights: At once airy yet delicately chewy and substantial, these Gruyere cheese-laced puffs of choux pastry are sumptuous and addictive.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Money Management Classes for Older Adults: Community Voices
Home Repair Resource Center, the Cleveland Heights nonprofit, will offer a series of free monthly classes from 11 am to 12 noon at the Cleveland Heights Senior Center, 1 Monticello Blvd. The classes, open to residents of all communities, will focus on financial issues affecting seniors: " Managing Your Money as You Age " will cover the importance ... (more)
Man accused of attacking woman after she refused to perform requested sex act, reports say
A man tried to force his girlfriend into performing a sex act on him, then attacked her and threatened her with a gun when she refused, police and court records say.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Stars to gather for 'The Velocity of Autumn' premiere of...
The morning before the opening of "The Velocity of Autumn," his first Broadway show, Eric Coble writes notes to the cast and crew as his wife and daughter shop for potential outfits to wear to the premiere.
City Council meeting postponed until Wednesday and more: Cleveland Heights morning links
Normally held on the first and third Mondays of each month, today's meeting was changed in observance of the Easter and Passover holidays, according to city officials.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
'The Velocity of Autumn': How Cleveland playwright Eric...
On a brisk Saturday in the first week of April, rare for its profusion of sunlight, some 150 native New Yorkers and tourists After taking in a preview of the new play "The Velocity of Autumn," by Broadway newcomer and Cleveland Heights playwright Eric Coble, they're hungry to discuss what they've just seen: an epic battle between mother and son, ... (more)
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Hug a tree for Arbor Day: Press Run
Better still, than hugging a tree on Arbor Day is to plant one of your own. Hugs are great, but trees usually last longer.
Cedar-Lee businesses create nation's first 'Bitcoin...
It was a busy week in the Heights and Beachwood, with news of new law directors, the nation's first "Bitcoin Boulevard" and more.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Man leads police on foot chase through backyards: South Euclid police blotter
Obstructing justice, Holmden Road: Police arrested a Cleveland Heights man, 33, on suspicion of obstructing justice after a foot chase through backyards.
Civility and community: Lovin' Lyndhurst
I'm thrilled when I can make it to an event plugged in the column. Last Sunday , I enjoyed breakfast with the Lyndhurst Life Savers -- Friends for More Birthdays to raise funds for the American Cancer Center at the Lyndhurst Community Center.