4 hrs ago
Tis the season to be a little Irish: Press Run
So, you're feeling a little green with St. Paddy's Day approaching, but you're not sure what to do? It's a given that everyone is Irish on the big green day, but not everyone is outfitted with clothing in just the right shade of green.
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8 hrs ago
Police investigating missing $23,000 from dentist office: Shaker Heights police blotter
Despite the long winter, signs of spring are here, & in Cleveland, that means fish fries! Is your church or organization hosting fish fry fundraisers in March? Let us know using the link below.
10 hrs ago
Medina schools briefs: Fun-A-Thon, Dr. Seuss' birthday, debate team success and an honored teacher
The school held its first Fitness Fun-A-Thon Feb. 28. Students and staff rotated through different stations during the hour-long event promoting healthy, active lifestyles.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
girl assaulted by students: Lyndhurst Police Blotter
A woman said Feb. 28 her daughter was walking home from school when a large group of students from Arch Tech School approached her and began fighting with her.
The Dancing Sheep on Larchmere Blvd. is a real gem: Unique Boutique
It's difficult to resist a store that looks like a big glass present. The Dancing Sheep at 12712 Larchmere Blvd. in Cleveland, just one block north of Shaker Square, is unique both inside and outside.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
University Heights fire chief sworn in ceremonially, Shaker merger sworn off indefinitely
Already one week into the job, new Fire Chief Douglas Zook was officially sworn in at Monday's City Council meeting .
BlueWater Chamber Orchestra succeeds with ambitious program of Elgar, Barber and Tchaikovsky
Twenty-one string players from the Blue Water Chamber Orchestra took the "stage" at Plymouth Church in Shaker Heights Saturday night for an ambitious program of music by Elgar, Barber and Tchaikovsky that showed off many of the ensemble's virtues.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
University Heights citations for false alarms helping ease burden on small staff
University Heights, an area of about two square miles, received 392 false alarm calls, receives much less electronic alarms than Shaker Heights' 2,484.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Sewer stories not sexy, but they hit you where you live: Ted Diadiun
The most important local stories of the young year appeared in last Sunday's Plain Dealer, and online the previous week at cleveland.com.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
After housekeeper gets busted, couple discovers missing Rolexes, silverware: Moreland Hills police blotter
Burglary , Jackson Road: Police received a call from officers in Shaker Heights and Beachwood on Feb. 22, concerning at least one local client of Parma housekeeper Zoryana Romanko, 39, who was recently arrested for several burglary offenses elsewhere and could now be facing more.
Police: Three men suspected of armed cellphone robbery caused three-hour standoff with...
Police are still investigating if three men who refused to exit a Latimore Avenue home after a SWAT team surrounded the building for three hours are the same trio that robbed a 19-year-old man at gunpoint for his cellphones.
How can a water and sewer bill go over $28,000? Shaker woman said...
Wind Chill Advisory issued February 27 at 10:37AM EST expiring February 28 at 10:00AM EST in effect for: Ashland, Ashtabula, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lake, Lorain, Lucas, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Morrow, Ottawa, Portage, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Wind Chill ... (more)
Large German shepherd attacks Brecksville deliverywoman: Broadview Heights Police Blotter
Dog bite, Deer Creek Drive: A Brecksville woman, 65, came to the police station at 2:06 p.m. Feb. 19 after she was bitten by a dog while making a floral deliver to a Deer Creek Drive home.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Shaker resident complains about $28,000 water, sewer bill; no water service for weeks
That's what residents on North Park Boulevard are dealing with and one resident says the Cleveland Division of Water has been slow to respond.
Olympic medalist Mary Joe Fernandez speaks at Hathaway Brown School
Also known as the "3 R's," such values are gained through active involvement in sports and competition.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
Supreme Court considers who can approve drilling
Only the state has authority to approve where oil-and-gas wells are drilled, with local governments powerless to restrict fracking with zoning ordinances, the Ohio Supreme Court was told this morning.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Parma housekeeper jailed on $500,000 bond, accused of stealing jewelry from Beachwood home
A 39-year-old housekeeper is in jail on $500,000 bond, accused of stealing jewelry from a woman who hired her.
South Euclid police investigating possible fake check making ring
Police are investigating a possible fake-check making ring that cashed more than $6,000 in fraudulent payroll checks in December at Walmart.