Cleveland Heights City Council has vote to allow a six-month trial period allow dog walkers in Cain Park.
Students from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management will be offering income tax assistance to residents of Cuyahoga County.
The Lay Facilities Committee is looking for the community’s input regarding upcoming renovations to local schools.
In a special edition of Heights Now, Dr. Paul Murphy answers questions about Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, the future Pope, and various challenges facing the Church today.
The Lake Erie Ink Writing Program offers a number of activities for local youth.
Cuyahoga Arts and Culture is inviting local residents to vote to determine which community-based projects will receive grant funding.
The Heights Youth Club has announced a number of exciting activities which will be taking place this spring and summer. All local youth are invited to join in.
Cleveland Heights City Council has announced the creation of a youth advisory commissi0n to promote students’ interest in local government.
The West Side Market is celebrating it’s 1ooth year in operation. Marilou Suszco recently co-authored a book on the market’s 100 years and joins us to talk about how the market has evolved and will continue to change.
Dora Pruce, John Carroll University’s Director for Government and Community Relations joins us to talk about the evolving relationship between JCU and University Heights along with many upcoming community events happening at John Carroll.