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Two shootings leave 2 dead, 2 wounded in Cleveland overnight
Two men were killed and two others wounded in separate shootings early this morning on the city's East Side.
Fri May 24, 2013
Best-Paying Summer Jobs
The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By David Schepp Getting a summer job is a rite of passage for many young people.
Beaumont to Embark on $9.5 Million Expansion
Cleveland Heights' Beaumont School will embark on a $9.5 million expansion, the Sun News reports.
Area Memorial Day services
The annual Memorial Day ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Veterans Memorial in Cumberland Park on Mayfield Road, across from the Community Center.
CH-UH Schools Cut 34 Jobs In Cost-Saving Measure
The Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District will cut 34 more positions as part of a larger cost-saving effort for the district.
Thu May 23, 2013
Men Robbed Of Their Shorts At Gunpoint
Two men driving near Sprangler and Greyton roads in Cleveland Heights on May 19 were ordered at gunpoint to remove their shorts and hand them over, according to the Cleveland Heights Police.
Hi Cleveland Heights! A Note From New Editor Chris Mazzolini
Hi, I'm Chris Mazzolini, the new editor of Cleveland Heights Patch. While I'm new to the Heights area, I'm not new to Patch or the Cleveland area.
Coming Soon! Cleveland Heights Patch Gets a New Look
Hi, everyone! I have some exciting news to share about Patch - we're getting a whole new look.
Cleveland Heights adds two homes to North Coventry demolition list; part of collaboration with East Cleveland to revive depressed neighborhood
This vacant home on Coventry Road is slated for demolition as part of an initiative by the cities of Cleveland Heights and East Cleveland to rejuvenate the depressed North Coventry neighborhood.
Rusty gun found in sewer basin: University Heights Police Blotter
FOUND PROPERTY, WASHINGTON BOULEVARD: An employee of AAA/Flexible Piping found a rusty gun May 17 inside a sewer catch basin.
Sex on the playground, sentenced to garden, robbed of shorts: A.M. News Links
There is lots to raise your eyebrows today. WKYC finds felons getting hunting licenses; a woman in Ravenna is contacted by a man with a scary amount of her personal information, and more under crime ; Ohio is one of 33 states to settle a lawsuit over e-book pricing ; a celebrated local chef is having a go at the landmark diners in Cleveland ... (more)
Mamai' Theatre to present Euripides' MEDEA with translation by Brendan Kennelly
Mamai' Theatre will begin its 2013 residency at Ensemble Theatre with the U.S. professional premiere of Brendan Kennelly's translation of Euripides ' titled MEDEA.
Wed May 22, 2013
Guess Who's Back?
On Dec. 3, 2012, I was transitioned into a new position with Patch and left the friendly confines of Twinsburg.
Cleveland To-Do May 22: See a tribute to the Stones at Nighttown,...
An after-work stop at a relaxed happy hour could revive you, and our Happy Hour Guide can help with that.
Drunken man decided to use rental van as a place to rest: Cleveland Heights Police Blotter
CRIMINAL TRESPASSING, MAYFIELD ROAD: Police received a report of a man entering a van at Enterprise Rental Car in the early morning hours of May 17.
Cleveland Heights-University Heights school board to consider administrative layoffs
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City school board is scheduled to suspend contracts for several administrators to allow for "reorganization and consolidation of administrative functions." The contracts to be discussed include those for the director of information technology, coordinator of educational services, coordinator of ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Jazz organist Brian Charette plays Nighttown Tuesday; came to genre...
A When: 7 p.m. Tuesday. Where: Nighttown, 12387 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights. A Tickets/Reservations: $10 at the door, online at nighttowncleveland.com or by phone at 216-795-0550. Eating is one of those hard habits to break.
Hey Solon, Meet Your New Local Editor
Dear Solon, Hi! You may not know me, but I know you. My name is Mitch Cooper and I used to be the local editor for Twinsburg Patch.
Ibero -- American Film Festival continues at University Heights Library
The University Heights branch of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Libraries continues its contributions to the city's cultural events Tuesday night.