6 hrs ago
Ben Faller announced as new Director of HRRC: Community Voices
The Board of Home Repair Resource Center announced that Benjamin D. "Ben" Faller has been hired as the new executive director of the Cleveland Heights nonprofit.
10 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights' first full-time law director resigns; city changes role back to part time
Anthony Farris left last Tuesday, in a mutual decision between the city and him, said City Manager Tanisha Briley, who did not elaborate on the circumstances surrounding Farris' departure.
11 hrs ago
Cleveland Heights lifts payday loan moratorium, pushes state to keep interest rates low
City Council on Tuesday plans to vote to lift a more than year-long moratorium on new businesses that issue payday loans without a license under the state's Short-Term Loan Act, which caps interest limits at 28 percent.
15 hrs ago
Richmond Heights Mayor Miesha Headen's former assistant sues her for defamation, claims she lied about driving city car
Richmond Heights Mayor Miesha Headen's ex-assistant, Brandye Mells, is suing her for defamation, claiming she lied to the public and said Mells used a city vehicle when it was the mayor who used the car.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Rain holds up and good times rule the day Sunday at Beachwood Family Fun Day
An estimated 5,000 people took in Sunday's Family Fun Day in Beachwood making the annual event a rousing success, but things could have turned out very differently.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Armed robbery, several thefts in the Heights; term limit measure on hold in Beachwood: Best of the Beat
Shaker police continue to search for a man and woman who they say robbed a BP station on Larchmere Boulevard at gunpoint Aug. 23, taking $125 in cash from the register, $272 from a customer and $280 in lottery tickets.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Boy, 11, hurt in hit-skip collision: Cleveland Heights police blotter
HIT AND SKIP, SOUTH NOBLE ROAD: At 5:49 p.m. on Aug. 23, a driver struck an 11-year-old biker in the crosswalk, and fled.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
It's time for Harvest Fest; a foreclosed building gets new life; cops with beards: South Euclid Happenings
Other communities have annual festivals, usually ranging from one to three days, that center on carnival foods and rides, with a few rock bands thrown in for good measure.
How To Temporarily Tack Up Trim with a Nail Gun
If you need to tack a piece of trim in place temporarily so you can remove it later, then you will want the nail to be sticking out a little bit.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Cleveland Heights bartender decries police response to attack
Lauren Colley mixed drinks next to tangle of balloons on her 27th birthday last week.
Shaker Heights residents urge safety on the trail; Public meeting held to discuss Lake-To-Lakes Trail
Safety was very much on the minds of those who attended Wednesday the second public meeting held to discuss the planned Lake-To-Lakes Trail , a multi-purpose path that will eventually wind from the Shaker Lakes to Lake Erie.
Cleveland Heights man pleads no contest to shooting man at Medina apartments
A Cleveland Heights man pleaded no contest Tuesday to shooting a man in the back of the head at the Union Square Apartments.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Ohio Man Sentenced To Up To 135 Years For 7 Rapes
A northeast Ohio man who pleaded guilty to raping seven women between 1993 and 2002 has been sentenced to up to 135 years in prison.
Cleveland Heights employee fires gun at thief's car
An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door Cleveland Heights employee fires gun at thief's car An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door Check out this story on WKYC.com: ... (more)
The BIG One
A serial rapist will likely die in prison
A Cleveland Heights man has been sentenced to 135 years in prison for the rapes of seven women over a nine year period.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Cleveland Heights council may go with consultant to stem tide of its gushing water department
There's not a lot of good news with the city's hemorrhaging water department, other than some newfound hope.
Cleveland Heights council wants last call at Shillelagh's, no deals at Noble carryout
City Council will lodge formal objections with the Ohio Division of Liquor Control to block permit renewals for Shillelagh's bar and the Noble Food Deal.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
School board hears the case for the arts in Heights High redux
The design for next year's overhaul of Heights High remains a "work in progress," as school district officials refine plans for the original auditorium and new art studios.