Beachwood police officer Blake G. Rogers is appealing his Feb. 22 firing by Beachwood Mayor Martin S. Horwitz.
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Beachwood City Law Director Diane A. Calta will resign in mid-April at the earliest to take a position with Mansour Gavin LPA of Cleveland and Independence.
Beachwood police officer Blake G. Rogers was fired Feb. 22, nearly 20 months after being involved in the shooting of a shoplifting suspect at Beachwood Place June 27, 2019, the Cleveland Jewish News has learned.
Beachwood’s 3800 Park East My Place, LLC will receive a 10-year, 50% tax exemption on construction improvements on its $18.8 million mixed-use development, Beachwood City Council voted at its Feb. 16 meeting.
A criminal case against Beachwood City Councilman Mike Burkons is likely headed back to Shaker Heights Municipal Court, where it was first filed, according to University Heights Prosecutor Stephanie B. Scalise, who is acting as special prosecutor for the case.
Beachwood police officer Blake G. Rogers could face serious discipline up to and including termination, according to a notice of charges and pre-disciplinary hearing obtained Feb. 9 by the Cleveland Jewish News.
Beachwood Police Chief Kelly Stillman said he has concluded his investigation of officer Blake Rogers, who has been on paid administrative leave since June 27, 2019, pending the outcome of investigations after Rogers shot a shoplifting suspect in the parking lot at Beachwood Place in Beachwood.
COhatch, a Columbus-based social enterprise, is joining forces with international real estate services company Brookfield Properties to build COhatch’s largest coworking and lifestyle facility at Beachwood Place.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood will re-open to the public on Jan. 18 in conjunction with its free all-day event, “Hear Our Voices: Annual MLK Day Celebration.”
Two former nurses at Montefiore deny they falsified COVID-19 testing, claim they were wrongfully terminated and that the CEO and COO engaged in a cover-up scapegoating them in order to deflect their own mismanagement, according to a lawsuit filed Dec. 9.
On his first day on the job, Beachwood’s police chief received a letter from a special prosecutor warning him about Lt. Kevin Owens, calling his conduct “unprofessional and unethical.”
The city of Beachwood is introducing “Beachwood Delivers,” a fee-free service where city-contracted drivers will deliver food from local restaurants to residents.
On the eve of the filing of a taxpayer’s lawsuit that challenges the authorization of a special prosecutor to pursue a criminal case against a Beachwood city councilman, council voted to retain another lawyer to defend the city.
A Montefiore administrator and two directors of nursing collaborated to submit falsified COVID-19 test samples to a lab in mid-October, potentially exposing 183 residents of the Beachwood nursing home to coronavirus, according to a Nov. 24 Ohio Department of Health investigation obtained by …
Smiles abounded at the virtual campaign closing for the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2021 Campaign for Jewish Needs as fundraisers in the Jewish community delivered a record-breaking total of $33,105,529.
The lawyer for Beachwood City Councilman Mike Burkons has filed a second taxpayer’s demand letter, this time claiming Beachwood City Council president James Pasch had prior knowledge and was involved in the decision to prosecute Burkons, his fellow councilman.
In the days following a Nov. 21 shooting at Beachwood Place, members of Beachwood City Council told the Cleveland Jewish News they are outraged and want more security measures to be implemented.
In the aftermath of the most recent shooting at Beachwood Place in Beachwood Nov. 21, mall owners have implemented additional security measures in an attempt to help detect firearms patrons may be bringing inside.
Beachwood City Council has taken its first of three readings to adopt a rule that would allow council members to oust one of their own if that person discloses information discussed during executive session.
The landlord of Saks Fifth Avenue at Beachwood Place is the target of a foreclosure lawsuit by its lender. The foreclosure will have no impact on operations at Beachwood Place, according to a spokeswoman.
A recent Beachwood High School graduate was charged with one count of felonious assault in connection with a shooting outside Beachwood Place Nov. 21 that left one man hospitalized.
A state agency is investigating the former administrator of Montefiore in connection with falsified COVID-19 testing at the Beachwood nursing home.
Management at Montefiore failed to comply with state, federal and local laws regarding the health and safety of employees, according to two identical class-action grievances filed by the union representing more than 500 workers at Montefiore and Menorah Park.
The lawyer for Beachwood City Councilman Mike Burkons is requesting the criminal case against his client be moved back to Shaker Heights Municipal Court, where the case was initiated.
Faced with allegations that 34 cases of COVID-19 at Montefiore in Beachwood were mishandled in October, the organization terminated its administrator, nursing director and assistant nursing director, according to Jim Newbrough, president and CEO of Menorah Park, which is the parent organizat…
Demolition started Oct. 27 on Green Road Synagogue in Beachwood. The building was constructed in 1972 at 2437 S. Green Road after relocating from Lancashire Road in Cleveland Heights, where it was known as Marmaresher Jewish Center. The site will become a parking lot for the Gittel and Zvi W…