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Parma Heights, Ohio is located in Cuyahoga County. Zip codes in Parma Heights, OH include 44130. The median home price in Parma Heights is $99,900 which is roughly $73/per square foot. More Parma Heights information.

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Notes from the Tom Haren and Harry E. Ristmae endorsement interview...

On April 1, the editorial board interviewed Harry E. Ristmae, 49, of Brook Park and Tom Haren, 27, of Parma.


Fri Apr 18, 2014

Woman's apartment burglarized, $4,000 in cash stolen: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Burglary, Apache Drive: A woman reported April 12 that her apartment was broken into and $4,000 in cash was stolen.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

Parma set to get 'Flamingo Fever!' this summer: Parma Postings

When it comes to symbols of Parma, the pink flamingo lawn ornament is right at the top of the list.


Tue Apr 15, 2014

Parma Heights council passes two ordinances, grants liquor permit

A liquor permit for MMD Entertainment, LLC, at 6395 Pearl Road, was also on the docket, and since Police Chief Dan Teel had no objections to granting the license, it was approved unanimously.

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Priest's cooking, martial arts, lifeguarding experiences give students recipe for a better life

About 500 junior high school students from SS. Joseph and John School in Strongsville; Incarnate Word Academy in Parma Heights; St. Michael, Independence; St. Peter, North Ridgeville; St. Ambrose, Brunswick and St. Barnabas, Northfield, got a recipe that will help them for the rest of their lives.


Fri Apr 11, 2014

Woman reports tire damage after hitting chuckhole on Memphis: Brooklyn Police Blotter

Property Damage, Memphis Avenue: A woman reported April 10 that her vehicle's front left tire was damaged after hitting a chuck hole under the railroad bridge going into Linndale.


Woman drives her car into another car in Valero parking lot: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Operating A Vehicle Under The Influence, Pearl Road: A Parma Heights woman, 58, was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a substance April 9. The car she was driving hit another car in the Valero parking lot.


Tue Apr 08, 2014

Parma Heights Mayor's Caucus addresses water department agreement, SWIF grant

The Cleveland Division of Water Department's interim commissioner Alex Margevicius explained that department's new agreements with the suburbs.


Sun Apr 06, 2014

Parma Heights construction on Snow Road will resume April 7

Work on the stretch of Snow Road from Eldon Drive to Bavaria will start at 7 a.m. April 7. The Perk Construction Company will resume work on Snow to finalize the project, which began last year just east of Chevrolet Blvd. The work will include the intersection of Pearl and Snow Roads.


Fri Apr 04, 2014

Former poker computers from Internet cafes going to Cleveland schools

About 600 computers seized from internet cafes like Good Time Charlie's in Parma Heights, Cash Cow in East Cleveland and Cyber Space in Maple Heights have been wiped clean of all remnants of illegal gambling programs and are sitting in a warehouse.


Man wakes up to find burglar in his apartment: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Burglary, York Road: A man reported April 2 that he woke up when he heard someone in his apartment.


The Plain Dealer

John Smeets served in Dutch underground during World War II

A priest walked up and down the aisles of the Dutch church during the Christmas mass, warning that anyone in the resistance must immediately leave.


Thu Apr 03, 2014

Parma Heights Lydia's Hungarian Strudel Shop is a fifth-generation family affair: Parma Postings

Shane Rakosy never actually wanted to go into the family business, but when he started working with his grandmother at Lydia's Hungarian Strudel Shop on Stumph Road in Parma Heights, he found that he enjoyed it.


Wed Apr 02, 2014

Republican candidates criticize incumbent Democrat Michael J. Skindell as race for Ohio Senate District 23 seat begins

Republicans Tom Haren and Harry E. Ristmae say Democrat Michael J. Skindell has not done enough for the residents of Ohio Senate District 23. District 23 encompasses Lakewood, Linndale, Brooklyn, Brook Park, Parma, Parma Heights, Middleburg Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Cuyahoga Heights and parts of Cleveland, Rocky River, Fairview Park, Olmsted ... (more)


Tue Apr 01, 2014

Cleveland City Councilman Martin J. Sweeney has two opponents in Ohio House District 14 Democratic primary

Cleveland City Councilman Martin J. Sweeney joins two others in the May 6 Democratic primary for the Ohio House District 14 seat, with the winner to face Republican Anna E. Melendez in the November general election.


Mon Mar 31, 2014

Republicans Tom Haren and Harry E. Ristmae seek to challenge Democrat ...

Republicans Tom Haren and Harry E. Ristmae are competing in the May 6 GOP primary for the right to face incumbent Democrat Michael J. Skindell in November's Ohio Senate 23rd District race.


Fri Mar 28, 2014

Man, 74, cited for shoplifting Old Spice and other merchandise: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Petty Theft, York Road: A Parma Heights man, 74, was cited for shoplifting March 25. He tried to steal $26 worth of merchandise, including some Old Spice cologne.


Thu Mar 27, 2014

Parma Ridge-Brook Elementary School has assembly for Positive Behavior: Parma Postings

When you get the whole community involved with school programs, it's a joy to behold.


Tue Mar 25, 2014

Safety officers from six cities drill in Middleburg Heights for emergency

"We've got an active shooter in the building...The information we have is a young white male with blue jeans and a red jacket... Reports of multiple victims...We have a second shooter near the main office...," a police channel blared.


Cut council in half, ditch committees, get outside manager: Parma Sun Post Letter to the Editor

As a senior citizen that has seen better days in Parma Heights, the city should consider reducing the number of committees, cut City Council in half, and look for an outside city administrator or manager.


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