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Private garden tour, efficient garden chores and maintaining your air ...
Do you pull weeds in your garden every day, or check on things just once a week? Discuss in the comments section.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Friends, artists Marla Dawn and Tina Klemm exhibit unique works through July at Beachwood Library
BEACHWOOD, Ohio -- One's goal is to be "famous," while the other states that her aspiration in the art world is merely "To always have a space to create and the wherewithal to create."
Twins face charges of assault and theft after Shaker Heights woman is robbed
Twin brothers face charges of assault and theft after taking a woman's bike on Saturday, police said.
Author Alley at Loganberry Books celebrates local authors
An eclectic range of authors, from Paranormal Romance writers to Cleveland history archivists, converged on Loganberry books for the seventh annual Author Alley.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Jeff Price appointed to Packard's unexpired term on Lyndhurst City Council
Effective Aug. 1, the roughly 18 months remaining on Packard's unexpired term will be served by Jeff Price, who shares a number of similarities with his predecessor -- beyond both being Eagle Scouts.
Piano plays central theme in lives of van der Westhuizens; talented...
The piano is perhaps the most central thing in the lives of Pierre and his wife, Sophie van der Westhuizen.
Visitors get a visual taste of Cleveland and the Cuyahoga River from the new 'Scranton Spoon': Michael K. McIntyre's Tipoff
The signature structure in a new $9.1 million park and trail developmen t to be unveiled in a 1 p.m. ribbon cutting today on the Scranton Peninsula in Cleveland's Flats looks kind of like a banjo, or a lollipop, or an exclamation point.
Computer round-up, school board meeting coming up and more: Shaker Heights morning links
Start gathering up your old electronic gadgets and get ready for the city's computer round-up event from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Public Works Department, 15600 Chagrin Blvd. Home computer equipment, including monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, terminals, modems, cables, software and ink print cartridges, will be accepted, along with cell ... (more)
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Safe with guns, knives inside stolen: Shaker Heights police blotter
Burglary, Pennington Road: A safe containing guns, knives and jewelry was reported stolen June 27 from a home in the 3700 block of Pennington Road.
Bikes, Bees and Butterflies project creates urban gardens to delight people and insects
These bikes are permanent installations in Bikes, Bees and Butterflies, a public art and urban sustainability project that encourages recreational biking and the creation of urban green spaces filled with plants that support insect pollinators.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
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East side suburbs have canceled fireworks for safety concerns
With Solon and Bainbridge being the only eastern suburbs hosting fireworks this year, residents may have to travel west for light displays after communities such as Shaker Heights and Bedford stopped hosting fireworks for safety and cost concerns.
See how Cleveland Heights rates among area suburbs in crime, schools, housing and more
Cleveland Heights ranks among the most dangerous communities and has one of the area's highest property tax rates, but living there still is a bargain, according to Cleveland Magazine's 2014 Rating the Suburbs that was released last month.
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Antique and Classic Boat Show winners selected
The 39th annual Portage Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show offered visitors a peek at more than 50 vintage boats June 28. Shown above are some of the visitors and boats, which were judged at On Tap at the Harbor and Nicoletti's at Park Place.
A life-long love of reading: Shaker Traces
George Qua's summer list of reading has stretched nearly 80 summers, as the U.S. Army veteran, community, civic and business leader always has a book close at hand or, in recent years, on tape.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The Lomond Association of Shaker Heights to hold ice cream social
The Lomond Association of Shaker Heights will hold an ice cream social on Saturday, July 12, from 3:00-5:00 pm at Gridley Triangle Park.
RTA Red Line on the East Side replaced with bus service through holiday weekend
RTA is advising that weather-related construction delays mean that buses will continue to replace rapid trains east of University Circle through Sunday.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Bike Shaker rolls out some suggestions for Lake-to-Lakes Trail
Bike Shaker organizers have added a list of recommendations to the city's plans for the connecting leg of the Lake-to-Lakes Trail .
Suburban businesses take precautions against crime
The shooting of a well-known business owner in Cleveland Heights ignited a conversation about crime in suburban areas and its impact on local businesses.