When a fatal shooting occurred in the parking lot of a hotel on Park East Drive April 20, Beachwood police officer Jamey S. Appell addressed the media after a search of a nearby office building.
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With the Beachwood Police Department in full protection mode for COVID-19, Chief Kelly J. Stillman started his job at an unprecedented time Sept. 28, 2020.
Beachwood has established itself as an attractive community for both residents and businesses. Whether a business recently moved in or has been there for decades, there are many qualities that draw people into the Cleveland suburb.
The Beachwood Chamber of Commerce, a nonprofit organization that exists to support Beachwood businesses and their connection to the community, is preparing for its 30th anniversary, kicking off with a 5k Run/1 Mile Walk to Benefit Alzheimer’s July 11.
Gyms and wellness centers have been ramping back up for months. As of June 2, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine dropped all COVID-19 protocols, excluding nursing homes and assisted living communities. That has opened the door for gyms to fully reopen while implementing their own protocols.
Dubbed “the best mailman in the whole world” by one Beachwood resident, Aaron Johnson was feeling the love on his 60th birthday, when residents of his walking route showered him with balloons, signs, banners and gifts.
Two Ohio residents reconnected late last year after a school assignment 50 years earlier connected the then middle school student with a soldier who became pen pals during the Vietnam War.
Ariel Hyman, the former administrator of Montefiore demonstrated “incompetence, untrustworthiness, dishonest practices or irresponsibility in the practice of nursing home administration,” according to a June 3 notice from a state regulatory agency.
Beachwood City Council voted 6-0 May 27 to repeal the city’s mandatory mask ordinance put in place by the city on July 6, 2020. Council president James Pasch was absent.
High school students from Beachwood and Solon were elected as BBYO Ohio Northern Region’s 36th regional board presidents during its election April 25.
The Cleveland Jewish Publication Company received all the public records it was seeking, as well as all its attorneys’ fees, after a yearlong battle with the city of Beachwood, which culminated in a lawsuit it filed in the Ohio Supreme Court.
Beachwood City Council voted 6-0 to appoint L. Stewart Hastings Jr. to be city law director at a May 10 special city council meeting that lasted less than 10 minutes.
Somehow a critical video at Montefiore was erased, according to the lawyer representing two nurses fired for allegedly falsifying COVID-19 test samples.
The city of Beachwood announced the hiring of L. Stewart Hastings, Jr. as its new law director, according to a May 4 news release. City council is expected to vote on the hiring at a special city council meeting May 10.
In support of Mental Health Awareness Month, Suburban Temple-Kol Ami in Beachwood is bringing comedian, disability and mental health activist Pamela Schuller to a virtual event at 7 p.m. May 2.
As Montefiore faces federal fines of $316,980 stemming from falsified COVID-19 testing in October 2020, a criminal investigation is underway, the Cleveland Jewish News has learned.