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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 $79/per square foot. More Parma Heights information.

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Parma, Parma Heights and Brooklyn look to work together by sharing a Regional Safety Forces Dispatch Center

The cities of Parma, Parma Heights and Brooklyn are looking to share services through a regional dispatch center that will serve all three cities.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Cleveland.com

Parma woman turns her love for animals into dog walking business: Parma Postings

All her life Brittany Murphy has had a love affair with dogs. A 2007 graduate of Valley Forge High School, Murphy worked at various jobs after college before finding her dream job: owning her own dog walking and pet sitting service.

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Cleveland.com

Man arrested for threatening an officer during traffic stop: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Drunken Driving, Pearl Road: A Parma man, 42, was arrrested Aug. 24 on suspicion of drunken driving and menacing.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Cincinnati.com

Xavier women's hoops lands first 2017 and 2018 commits

Xavier women's hoops lands first 2017 and 2018 commits Xavier women's hoops lands first 2017 and 2018 commits Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1tKJnqn Maple Heights 6-foot-1 forward Arina Gray is from the 2017 class.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Cleveland.com

Heroin overdoses in Cuyahoga County drop slightly following greater use of antidote

Heroin overdose deaths in Cuyahoga County fell by 7 percent this year compared to this time last year, the county medical examiner's office announced Tuesday.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Cleveland.com

Summer is over for Parma students as they enjoy their first day of school

Parma City School District had its first day back Monday, and students at Ridge-Brook Elementary met their new principal.

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Cleveland.com

Parma Heights 'Greening Initiative' grows environmental awareness

On Aug. 22, Mayor Michael P. Byrne, Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman and Environmental Health Watch Executive Director Mike Piepsny spoke about the importance of local environmental stewardship projects at a press conference in front of the Big Creek/Parma Heights Connector Trail.

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Sun Aug 24, 2014

Cleveland.com

Woman cited for underage possession of alcohol after being pulled...

Driving Under Suspension, Edgehill Road: A Brook Park man, 34, was cited for driving under suspension Aug. 21. The car he was driving was pulled over for a traffic violation.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Cleveland.com

Ohio Lottery's first drawing 40 years ago drew thousands to a mall parking lot

Forty years ago Friday several thousand people gathered at Parmatown Mall, watched a woman pour 1,000 balls into a tumbler and waited for three numbers to be drawn in the Ohio Lottery's first official drawing.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Cleveland.com

St. John Bosco's International Festival brings in food and fun to Parma Heights

The weather stayed bright and sunny for the 10th Annual St. John Bosco International Festival this weekend, bringing in thousands of fair-goers to enjoy all things international.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Cleveland.com

'Mr. Padua' is new assistant athletic director at alma mater: Parma Postings

That's why the school's administration just hired Brian Raymont as Padua's new assistant athletic director.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Cleveland.com

Design, fundraising underway for new Parma fire safety house

Construction could begin later this year on a new fire safety house in Parma, which will be used to teach fire safety to residents from four communities.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

Cleveland.com

Parma Heights council votes to remove clerk of council

After an executive session following a special meeting Aug. 11, council voted unanimously to remove Jennifer Krepina from her position as clerk of council.

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

Cleveland.com

Delicious flavors and luscious colors at Cuisine of India in Parma...

Bhutar, garlic naan and buttered naan, variations on the delicious flatbread available at Cuisine of India, 6857 West 130th St., Parma Heights, 440-842-5907.

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Cleveland.com

Parma Heights 'Weekend in the Commons' draws big crowds to Greenbrier Commons

The Weekend in the Commons was a huge success, with big crowds all three days. The weather was perfect for an outdoor festival, and residents and friends from outside the city enjoyed themselves at the various activities.

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Sun Aug 10, 2014

Cleveland.com

Parma officer injured during car chase, Parma schools received $2.4 million in grants and more: Best of the Beat

A car chase that left a Parma officer injured also resulted in the driver being charged with trafficking in heroin.

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Fri Aug 08, 2014

Cleveland.com

Burglars make out with $185 in cash and jewelry: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Drunken Driving, Stumph Road: A North Royalton man, 28, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Aug. 8. The car he was driving was stopped for going 53 mph in a 25 mph zone.

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Cleveland.com

Ohio Adjutant General participating in Flags of Honor, Weekend in the Commons and more: Parma Heights morning news.

Ohio Adjutant General will arrive via helicopter and participate in the Parma Heights Flags of Honor Opening Ceremony.

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Wed Aug 06, 2014

Cleveland.com

Mayor #8217;s Town Center Task Force meeting tonight, bike safety fair and more: Parma Morning news

Mayor Tim DeGeeter is asking residents to attend a public meeting tonight and share their thoughts on Parma and this weekend there is a bike safety fair.

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Tue Aug 05, 2014

Cleveland.com

Parma schools receive $2.4 million in state grants for after-school programs to improve reading and math skills

School spokeswoman Erin Gadd said money from the 21st Century Community Learning Center grants will help Parma schools expand its Discovery Center programs to Ridge-Brook Elementary, Greenbriar Middle School and Valley Forge High School, which serve Parma Heights students.

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