Oakwood developers have announced plans for the area which will affect residents in Cleveland Heights and South Euclid. Also Cleveland Heights gets it’s 10 historic district all on this session of Heights Now.
University Heights Mayor, Susan Infeld, recently held a town hall meeting to discuss using surplus funds to purchase 6.8 acres that was formerly the Fuchs Mizrachi School in University Heights. The property would become University Heights first city park. While the Mayor and Council support the idea, they want to hear from more residents before [...]
This edition of Heights Now looks at the Heights Chamber Orchestra and their upcoming concert featuring French music and guest conductor Mélisse Brunet. The concert will be held at Grace Lutheran Church in Cleveland Heights on Sunday February 19, 2012 at 7 o’clock in the evening.
In this edition of Heights Now Cleveland Heights Mayor, Ed Kelley, talks about where the city is headed in 2012.
In this edition of Heights Now, a Cleveland Heights resident has taken on the task of getting her neighborhood listed as a historic district. Mary Dunbar consulted historians, college professors, and architectural experts in her quest to have the Shaker Farm District of Cleveland Heights listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The nomination [...]
This edition of Heights Now sits in on the second Future Heights Speaker Series with Doug Heuer, superintendent of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School district.
In this installment of Heights Now, we talk to a Cleveland Heights police officer and residents about Meet Your Police a weekly event where residents can meet with a police officer to discuss concerns and get answers. http://www.clevelandheights.com/whatsnew.asp?id=854
This edition of Heights Now looks at the Cleveland Historical mobile phone app. The Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University has developed a mobile phone application that puts historical information in the palm of your hand. People can read stories, see photographs and view videos about historical sites in the [...]
In this edition of Heights Now we talk to library administrators and patrons about the Noble Neighborhood Library’s seven month renovation and reopening. Click the link below to visit the Noble Neighborhood Library’s renovation web page. http://www.heightslibrary.org/page/noble_renovation
This week on Heights Now we talk to the Cuyahoga County Director or Regional Collaboration and see ways in which the Heights community is working with other cities to save money and run more efficiently.