Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley has decided not to seek re-election after 16 years in office, and instead run for the district 10 seat on the Cuyahoga County Council.
The Cedar Fairmount shopping district is getting in the holiday spirit with various activities planned for the community.
The Noble Road Presbyterian Church of Cleveland Heights just celebrated the one year anniversary The Dougbe River Presbyterian school, the first school in Grand Gedeh County in Liberia –a remote part of West Africa. Issac Monah, elder at the Noble Road Presbyterian Church, negotiated with the contractor while also monitoring the construction of the school [...]
After the 2013 city council election, Susan Infeld was elected for her second term as Mayor of University Heights.
The Grant Deming Artists will be holding their first exhibition at the Pentagon Gallery and Frame on Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland heights on November 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. This will mark the groups first public showing, displaying the talents of the 7 artists involved.
The new Cleveland Heights neighborhood park, the Spirit Corner,has come alive with community due to grassroots efforts from residents and strides by local government.
Cynthia M. Klug, 2 year president of the baord of directors at the Nature center, says over the next few years, the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes will continue to focus on promoting and renovating different programs.
The University Heights and Cleveland Heights City Council forum was hosted by the League of Women Voters and FutureHeights.
Beaumont School in Cleveland Heights recently broke ground on a new science and technology building.
Local non-profit Lake Erie Ink hosts a variety of workshops and activities designed to encourage creativity in children and teens in the community.