After a Cuyahoga County Grand Jury determined there will be no felony charges for a Beachwood police officer who was involved in a shooting at Beachwood Place last year, the city of Beachwood will conduct an internal investigation and the officer has filed a lawsuit against multiple defendan…
After the Cuyahoga County Grand Jury returned a “no bill” in the case of a Beachwood police officer regarding an officer-involved shooting at Beachwood Place, the city will undertake an internal investigation of officer Blake Rogers.
A member of the Beachwood Police Department apparently tried to discredit the reputation of Police Chief Kelly Stillman, who was nine days on the job, by using a fake email address to send Beachwood City Council members a snippet of a recording of the chief speaking about thumping prisoners …
The Cuyahoga County Grand Jury returned a “no bill” in the case of a Beachwood police officer who shot at a shoplifting suspect at Beachwood Place on June 27, 2019. That means there will be no felony charges filed.
Regardless of the outcome of a criminal proceeding against Beachwood City Councilman Mike Burkons, his lawyer, Peter Pattakos said he will sue the Beachwood law director and city council president in their personal capacities in federal court.
Beachwood Police Department, Cleveland Division of the FBI and Crimestoppers are urging the public to provide any information regarding the unknown, at-large suspect who robbed First National Bank at 2111 Richmond Road in Beachwood on Sept. 30.
Beachwood City Council voted 6-1 at the first of three readings to expand the boundaries of the Commerce Park Community Reinvestment Area at its Sept. 24 meeting.
Hilltop Elementary School was ordered to shelter in place at 12:20 p.m. Sept. 30 after a bank at Cedar and Richmond roads was robbed and the perpetrator escaped on foot, according to an email sent to parents.
Dan Deagan, Justin Costanzo and Jackie Ramey, the partnership behind Lakewood Truck Park, has plans to bring the concept to Beachwood. The site is the former Beachwood fire station at 24619 Chagrin Blvd. in Beachwood.
Rocky River Police Chief Kelly J. Stillman speaks about his future leading the Beachwood Police Department with excitement so genuine it’s contagious.
Rocky River Police Chief Kelly J. Stillman has been hired as the next Beachwood police chief, Mayor Martin S. Horwitz announced Sept. 17. He will start Sept. 28.
As Solon City School District contemplates an earlier in-person start for students, Beachwood City Schools will delay its in-person start of classes for students from Sept. 14 until Sept. 21.
Beachwood City Councilwoman June Taylor is asking Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz and city council president James Pasch to look into “unbecoming conduct” of first-year councilman Mike Burkons and seek his resignation if necessary.
Silverpoint, a 1 million-square-foot mixed-use development will be built by Cannata Companies on the site of the former Little Sisters of the Poor nursing home that became Altercare Saint Joseph and closed in November 2019.
A more than year-long investigation into a Beachwood police shooting was mired by the city law department’s lack of depth of knowledge of the investigatory process and officials not asking the right questions along the way, according to city officials.
Six Pepper Pike students will attend Orange schools only for the 2020-21 school year, determined two days after a family filed a lawsuit. It followed the Orange school board’s decision blocking them from attending the schools.
A Pepper Pike family that fought to keep their children in Orange schools after learning that their children were attending the wrong school district will have their day in court – not school – on Aug. 28.
Three Pepper Pike families who hoped to continue to send their children to Orange schools had their hopes dashed in a split vote by the Orange board of education Aug. 26, which turned down an agreement that would have allowed the children to stay.
It is important that I give you my perspective on recent incidents involving our city of Beachwood Police Department, more specifically the release of the video dated June 27, 2019.
For three Pepper Pike families, uncertainty about which school their children will attend appear to be over – the day before school begins remotely.
I love Beachwood, but as a Black resident with two sons at Beachwood Middle School and a daughter at Beachwood High School, I am furious. A Beachwood police officer firing two shots into the side of a car of a suspected shoplifter at Beachwood Place in June 2019 as he drove away should make …
In response to social media posts criticizing Beachwood City Council regarding the release of video footage of an officer-involved shooting that happened more than one year ago, Mayor Martin S. Horwitz said the Ohio Attorney General’s Office will take the matter to a Cuyahoga County grand ju…
Several Northeast Ohio public school districts have announced students will have an all-virtual start to the 2020-21 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Beachwood police officer-involved shooting that took place more than one year ago continues to reverberate with city council and city officials.
As the days tick down to the start of school, there are no clear answers about which district seven children who live on North Pointe Drive in Pepper Pike will attend: Beachwood or Orange.
About 30 workers gathered on the sidewalk in front of Menorah Park in Beachwood July 29 in a call to nursing homes to provide hazard pay to all workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and to make adequate allowance for personal protection equipment.
The Cleveland Jewish Publication Company has filed a lawsuit in the Ohio Supreme Court against the city of Beachwood and its law director, Diane Calta, for violations of the state’s Sunshine Law, which determines records available to the public.
Police procedures and a look at Beachwood’s history of religious intolerance highlighted a July 8 online forum called “Beachwood Online Town Hall for Racial Equity.”
Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz was back in command of the city the morning of July 2 following surgery on June 30, according to James Pasch, city council president.
Beachwood City Schools Superintendent Robert P. Hardis is pleased with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s COVID-19 prevention guidelines for schools to reopen in August.
Beachwood City Council voted 6-0 to make mandatory the use of face masks in indoor public locations as well as for those canvassing door-to-door during its meeting July 6, which was held virtually due to COVID-19. Council member June Taylor was absent.
A closed basketball court is the new home of the Beachwood community garden. Forty Beachwood residents signed up to use the garden plots at the city’s new community garden near the Beachwood Community Center on Fairmount Boulevard.
While Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz is running the city from a hospital as he awaits surgery, city council President James Pasch told the Cleveland Jewish News June 29 he is spending some time in the mayor’s office at city hall, he said.