Friday Mar 7
The Plain Dealer
Frankly, Board of Elections says, Frankie can run as Francine: Michael K. McIntyre's Tipoff
Frankie Goldberg made a name for herself as an assistant county prosecutor and as a University Heights councilwoman.
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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 .
John Carroll garners University Heights approval on new campus fountain complex, more discussion on access road proposal
A proposal from John Carroll University to launch a $400,000 renovation to a campus plaza was greeted more warmly by City Council than a request to build a new emergency access road.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
UC student charged with stabbing bouncer at OTR bar
A University of Cincinnati student was arrested over the weekend in stabbing at an Over-the-Rhine bar.
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.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
A Campus Plague
As we observe National Eating Disorders Week , it's significant to point out when eating disorders are most likely to become full-blown: Not surprisingly, it's during the years 18 to 21, when young women and men are off to college-a time of major transition after leaving the comforts of home, when social pressures mount and affect the way students ... (more)
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Identity theft involves tax return, credit cards: University Heights Police Blotter
Identity theft, Cedar Road : At 3 p.m. Feb. 21, a resident reported being the victim of identity theft.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Cleveland attorney Mark O'Neill practiced law for 58 years, represented state in landmark...
Attorney Mark O'Neill, described as one of the "great legal lions" of Northeast Ohio, died last week at the Cleveland Clinic from complications of multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer.
Shaker Heights City Council bans cell phone use by drivers
Starting in late May using a hand-held cell phone while driving inside the city could cost a driver $1,000 and 30 days jail time, plus two penalty points on his or her driver's license.
Cleveland Heights city officials admit they should have notified the public before agreeing to tax incentives
Cleveland Heights city officials admit they should have notified the public before agreeing to 100 percent tax breaks for up to 15 years on new housing development on parts of Edgehill and Overlook roads and Kenilworth Mews in an area known as Turkey Ridge.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
CLEVELAND: Suspect jumps from 8th floor window after assault
A suspect trying to escape police after an assault jumped from an 8th floor window, surviving when an awning broke his fall.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Dr. Donald Junglas, longtime internist and Academy of Medicine president, to be remembered...
Dr. Donald Junglas, an internist who practiced at University Hospitals for 43 years, will be remembered March 1 at a memorial service at Church of the Gesu in University Heights.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Phone stolen from good Samaritan: University Heights Police Blotter
Theft, University Parkway : A University Heights teen is out an iPhone after she attempted to help a man around 10:40 a.m. Feb. 12. The victim was sitting in a vehicle near the intersection of University Heights Parkway and South Green Road when an unidentified man approached and asked if he could borrow her phone.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Two robberies reported back-to-back near UC
Police are responding to two reports of robberies in the Clifton and University Heights area in which suspect descriptions are similar.
Nine communities in salt-buying consortium pay more but receive salt on time
The communities are part of their own salt-buying consortium and do not, like other Greater Cleveland municipalities, buy salt through the state of Ohio, which has experienced difficulty securing salt this winter.
Schools closed today in Cleveland Heights-University Heights; classes ...
Old Man Winter strikes again as p oor road conditions forced officials in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district to cancel classes today.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
City gives its OK to 9 housing projects
Nine low-income housing projects got approval from Cincinnati city officials Wednesday, boosting developers' efforts to receive state tax credits.
Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district responds to allegations of broken renovation promises
The goal of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights schools facilities plan always has been straightforward: to completely renovate the high school and Monticello and Roxboro middle schools, district spokeswoman Angee Shaker said.