The Heights High Barbershoppers took home first place in the nation and second place internationally in their division at the International Youth Chorus Barbershop Festival in Long Beach, California.
On Saturday, February 22, the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes paired up with the Rotary Club of Shaker Heights to hold their annual event, “Pancake breakfast with the birds.”
On Saturday, February 8, storytellers from Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights came together at the Breen Performing Arts Center at St. Ignatius High School to share ideas on the art of storytelling with the Cleveland community. The Late Winter Storytelling Festival was put on by Beacon Street Performing Arts in Ministry, which is directed by […]
Cleveland Heights kicked off the new year by launching an online tool that allows the public to view past and current financial records.
Cleveland Heights City Council passed a resolution at its December 16 meeting to honor Officer Jason West who was killed in the line of duty in 2007 by renaming part of Cedar Road to Jason West Road.
Dennis Wilcox, 14 year city council member, has stepped up to take on the position as mayor for Cleveland Heights.
Cuyahoga county continues to support Universal Pre-Kindergarten, an initiative designed to ensure students are prepared for future academic success by having a high quality preschool education.
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 […]