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A Cleveland Heights man is being held in jail on $100,000 bond, accused of crashing his car while drunk and severely injuring his passenger.
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Deandre Harris, a Cleveland Heights mailman, said he sees plows throw piles of snow onto sidewalks all the time, which makes his job a lot harder and more dangerous.
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The St. Patrick's Day Parade turns 147 this year. During that time it has brought people downtown and instilled Irish and civic and working-class pride -- even when people and businesses were fleeing from downtown.
Drunken driving, Cedar Road : An employee of Papa John's, 14404 Cedar Road, alerted police to an unresponsive driver just before 11 p.m. March 5. The suspect initially parked in front of the pizzeria, though the vehicle subsequently rolled toward the building, stopping just short of the front door.
The four members of the Young Artist Program at Apollo's Fire will perform together and by themselves for the first time this weekend.
Reports say the two men struck up a conversation with the 18-year-old about 10:30 p.m. Monday after getting off the bus at Lee Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard.
Investigators say a Cleveland man admitted to masterminding a check fraud scheme in which he stole checks from the mail and cashed them.
The effect and declared purpose of the tax abatement by the Cleveland Heights City Council is to give a marginal tax deduction to the richest "one percent".
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Home Repair Resource Center, the Cleveland Heights nonprofit, will offer a free presentation by Sheila Tiddle , Decorative Project Specialist at Sherwin Williams , on "Contracting Interior Painting: Two Out of Three Ain't Bad."
Northeast Ohio musicians will join forces on March 30 at Nighttown to celebrate the life of one of the greats, Pete Seeger.
A lunch counter sit-in, violent mobs and even a trip to jail, all part of a civil rights simulation in Cleveland Heights on Friday night that brought together people of all ages and races.
The Weekly Fix is a home maintenance column by Home Repair Resource Center , a Cleveland Heights nonprofit that helps homeowners buy, repair and retain their homes.