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A recent poll of 1,737 Richmond Heights residents found 45 percent want Mayor Miesha Headen removed from office and 45 percent want her to stay; 10 percent are undecided.
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The job has been vacant since April 2 when former Principal Johnetta Wiley was removed from the position after she announced over the public address system that a gunman was in the building during a safety videotaping that left students and teachers running for their lives and Cleveland Heights police rushing to the scene.
It's still two years away, but the excitement about the Republican National Convention coming to Cleveland in 2016 is spilling over into the Heights and Beachwood, where city officials are planning to cash in on their share of the economic boost the event will bring to the region.
Plans to put a dome over the Purvis Park pool in University Heights are off the table after school officials said the cost is too high too erect the dome to allow the district's aquatic programs to continue during renovations at Cleveland Heights High School, a two-year project set to begin in fall 2015.
Thousands of people are expected will pack Lee and Superior roads Friday through Sunday for the annual Cain Park Arts Festival .
Some Cleveland Heights residents are worried about their safety following last week's fatal shooting of a beloved pub owner .
Finally, something from New York is coming to Cleveland: Downtown Records , which in 2011 launched its multiday Downtown Festival in the Big Apple is giving the North Coast a try.
The Cleveland Museum of Art, which opened its big central atrium in 2012, was one of five local organizations that pulled down nearly 11 percent of $9.36 million in Ohio Arts Council grants announced Monday.
The Republican National Committee's site-selection team may announce its choice to host the GOP's 2016 presidential convention on Tuesday.
Tony Cuda has been doing that for four decades or so, and it was sort of an accident for the guy who grew up to be first a political campaign consultant, later an appointee to the Cleveland School Board and, in his 40s, segued into a new career as a sociology and government teacher at Shaker Heights High School.
When you hear about a murder or some other violent crime, what is the first thing you wonder, after you know the what-where-when? I suspect your response might vary depending on whether you are simply answering that question silently and honestly to yourself, or in a public gathering.
Theft, Trebisky Road: An employee of East Side Landscaping employee faces charges after he volunteered to work on the weekend and ended up stealing $1,600 in equipment, according to police reports and court records.
The community and neighborhood Jim Brennan helped build into what it is today reacted strongly after someone fatally shot him inside his well-known pub.
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