Beachwood police officer Blake Rogers was not justified in firing his weapon after a shoplifter hit him with a car at Beachwood Place; however, the city botched Rogers’ subsequent firing and should reinstate him, an arbitrator has ruled.
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Beachwood City Council voted to authorize a 30-year, 100% tax increment financing package and two job-creation grants for Trailhead Biosystems, Inc., at its Oct. 18 meeting.
Beachwood Arts Council will present a concert featuring singing duo Dianne Palmer and Lou Armagno from 2 to 3 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Beachwood Community Center, 25225 Fairmount Blvd.
A health and wellness community fair will be presented by the Beachwood City School District from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 24 at Beachwood High School, 25100 Fairmount Blvd.
Beachwood City Council will consider a 30-year, 100% tax increment financing package and two job-creation grants for Trailhead Biosystems, Inc., at its 7 p.m. Oct. 18 meeting.
Ten lawsuits have been filed naming Menorah Park, Montefiore and its former administrator, Ariel Hyman, as defendants following the deaths of residents who had COVID-19.
Beachwood City Council will discuss spending nearly $1 million to pay for free preschool education for up to 130 local 3- and 4-year-olds. A council committee of the whole meeting where representatives of the Beachwood School District will be present will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 14.
Exhibition “Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.” will be held from Oct. 27 to Feb. 27, 2022, at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage at 2929 Richmond Road in Beachwood. The exhibit will explore the experiences of survivors of the Holocaust and genocides all over the world through the …
Free at-home rapid COVID-19 testing kits are now available at 11 Cuyahoga County Library branches through drive-thru only, as part of statewide library test roll out announced by the Ohio Department of Health on Sept. 7.
First-term Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz and city councilman Justin Berns shared their visions for the future of the city in an hour-long debate hosted by the Cleveland Jewish News Oct. 5.
Despite being a mostly rainy day, about 5,000 people attended the fourth annual Beachwood Fall Fest Oct. 3 at the Beachwood City Hall parking lot on Fairmount Boulevard. They enjoyed games, zipline, climbing wall, inflatables, ninja course, pumpkin patch, live music, food truck, bear and win…
The city of Beachwood has the distinction of being the first city to leave the Northern Ohio Risk Management Association insurance pool in the 34-year history of the pool after NORMA’s legal adviser said Beachwood has “serious internal and legal problems.”
Beachwood City Schools will continue planning and fine tuning its proposed COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy after introducing it at a Board of Education meeting Sept. 27.
A lawyer for two former top nurses at Montefiore have requested a three-month delay for October hearings on their licensure status before the Ohio Nursing Board following alleged falsification of COVID-19 testing at the Beachwood senior living facility.
The long-awaiting evening with New York Times investigative reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, presented by the Cleveland Jewish News, is here.
First-term Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz faces a challenge from city councilman Justin Berns in the Nov. 2 race that pits two men against each other with long histories in Beachwood and a previous political rivalry.
Brian Sokol might have just joined the Menorah Park Foundation as chief development officer Aug. 1, but the long-term care facility in Beachwood and Bainbridge Township has always been in his blood.
Windsor Fashions LLC, a leading special occasion and fast-fashion retailer with over 240 U.S.-based stores and an e-commerce business, opened a new store Aug. 26 at Beachwood Place. It is on the lower Level Saks Fifth Avenue wing, across from Zara.
The Beachwood Arts Council will present a performance by The Pop Tarts, a female singing group, from 2 to 3 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Beachwood Community Center at 25225 Fairmount Blvd. in Beachwood. The Pop Tarts’ set will include throwback hits from 1960s girl groups and female pop singers.
Beachwood voters will choose between Mayor Martin S. Horwitz and city councilman Justin Berns to lead the city for the next four years in the Nov. 2 general election.
Montefiore’s former administrator will face a state administrative hearing May 4 and May 5, 2022, according to Deborah Veley, executive director of the state of Ohio Executive Board of Long-Term Services and Supports.
Even though the delta variant of the coronavirus is raging, spiritual leaders at two Jewish long-term care facilities say services for Rosh Hashanah from Sept. 6 to Sept. 8 and Yom Kippur on Sept. 15 and Sept. 16 will largely fall in line with ones held before COVID-19 effectively shut them …
Beachwood City Council passed incentive packages at its Aug. 30 meeting that will bring GE Current, a Daintree company, to 23550 Commerce Park from its longtime home at Nela Park in East Cleveland. The plan was introduced at an Aug. 25 economic development committee meeting.
Beachwood Chamber of Commerce is partnering with The Gathering Place for a golf outing Sept. 10 at Tanglewood Club in Bainbridge Township. The chamber will donate money from this year’s annual golf outing to The Gathering Place.