The Cedar Taylor business district has a brand new and exciting look this fall, thanks to the Cedar Taylor Development Association.
Just last month, a new group was formed in the Heights area called, “Ties that Bind Community Choir.” Willie Wright, director and developer of the new choir, explains his vision behind the group.
This month, a free workshop about toxic chemicals was held at Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. Melanie Houston, Director of Water Policy and Environmental Health for the Ohio Environmental Council, facilitated the event and explains how harmful chemicals are prevalent in our daily lives. By Robin Goist
The demolition permit to demolish four homes on Cedar Road and Fenway Drive, located next to the Cedar-Green Shopping Center, was was recently passed by University Heights city council with intent to make way for a potential new business
From Jan. 16 to Feb. 28, Heights Arts (located at 2175 Lee Road) will be displaying the “Light Snow” exhibition.
The Music Settlement of University Circle, an early music education program , has received a 5-star rating by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
The Sustainable Heights Network is set to meet this week to bring together the CH/UH community in an speech and open forum to discuss current and future energy efficient plans.
Cleveland Heights-University Heights public library just announced it’s 15th year of receiving the Auditor of State award.
Brennan’s Colony, a restaurant and tavern around for the better part of the last century, was recognized in a survey given by the community civic engagement group, Future Heights, as the 2014 Best Cleveland Heights business.
The City of Cleveland Heights is celebrating another year of a clean comprehensive annual financial report by the State’s office, on the city’s spending.