Construction at The Top of the Hill is ongoing with an elevator shaft reaching nine stories into the sky and steel framing rising above the north side of Cedar Hill in Cleveland Heights.
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Cleveland Heights City Council unanimously approved a 12-year, 50% tax abatement for Berkowitz-Kumin, Inc., for the construction of a 3,500-square-foot addition and renovation to Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial Chapel at 1985 S. Taylor Road.
Police determined a May 25 fatal accident at the intersection of Mayfield and Taylor roads in Cleveland Heights was the fault of Gloria J. Lewis, 82, who died in the crash.
Two real estate investors are moving forward to reopen Nighttown, the iconic jazz club at 12383 Cedar Road in Cleveland Heights, although not on July 1 as had been previously been indicated by the owners and reported.
The junior high boys’ division of Hebrew Academy of Cleveland in Cleveland Heights celebrated its annual Evening of Inspiration June 8. Students had the opportunity to showcase their art, music, woodworking and academic achievements from the school year.
Twenty-six families joined the Park Family Connection and Park Day Camp counselors for an afternoon of fun and giving to others at Park Synagogue’s “I Scream” for bingo May 16 via Zoom.
One man was shot and killed and a second man was shot June 8 at the basketball court at Denison Park in Cleveland Heights, according to a news release from Police Chief Annette Mecklenburg. The incident occurred at 6 p.m.
Park Synagogue hopes to retain regular use of its Charlotte Goldberg Community Mikvah and High Holy Days use of its sanctuary in Cleveland Heights even after it sells the building and the 28.25-acre campus surrounding it.
Gloria Lewis, 82, of East Cleveland was killed following a two-vehicle accident with the Unger’s Kosher Bakery and Food Shop delivery van May 25, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Flaherty & Collins Properties was chosen as the developer of the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook city-owned site that has been eyed for redevelopment since 2006.
Housed in a former Fifth Third Bank, Chipotle is gearing up for a June opening of a new location at 12401 Cedar Road in Cleveland Heights’ Cedar-Fairmount District.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health will hold a free COVID-19 vaccination outreach clinic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 7 at the Cleveland Heights Community Center, 1 Monticello Blvd. in Cleveland Heights.
Yossi Kohn of Cleveland Heights, who was among the 45 people killed in the April 30 tragedy during a Lag b’Omer festival at Mount Meron in Israel, was remembered as a caring man who reached out to others, even in his final moments.
After being closed for almost a full year, the Grog Shop and BSide Liquor Lounge in Cleveland Heights are gearing up for a reopening, with shows and events starting in May.
More than a year after a vacancy was created on Cleveland Heights City Council and after the council faced an unsuccessful legal challenge for its failure to act, the council voted 5-1 to appoint Craig Cobb to the open seat March 15.
A Cuyahoga County judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Cleveland Heights resident that sought to compel the Cleveland Heights City Council to appoint a seventh member, following the resignation of Melissa Yasinow.
For a second time this year, a Cleveland Heights man has filed a lawsuit against that city and its city council alleging council violated the Ohio Revised Code governing use of executive session.
Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial Chapel will undergo a major renovation and a 3,800-square-foot expansion representing a $3 million investment into its Cleveland Heights funeral home.
A Cleveland Heights resident has filed a complaint in Cuyahoga County Court of Appeals that would force Cleveland Heights City Council to fill a vacant seat.
Cleveland Heights Councilwoman Melody Joy Hart will host her second virtual forum on the city’s transition from a city manager-council form of government to mayor-council at 7 p.m. Jan. 20.
The heads of two real estate companies have paired up to invest in Nighttown, the iconic jazz club in Cleveland Heights, and plan to reopen the restaurant July 1 as a personal investment, one of them told the Cleveland Jewish News.
Nighttown, the iconic jazz nightclub and restaurant at Cedar Road near Fairmount Boulevard has been sold to a group of investors for an undisclosed price.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education and the 490-member Cleveland Heights Teachers Union came to tentative agreement in overnight negotiations that ended at 6:30 a.m. Dec. 2.
With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, teachers in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District went on strike the morning of Dec. 2. It’s the first time teachers in the district walked off their jobs since 1983.
The teachers’ union for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District filed a 10-day notice to strike beginning Dec. 2, according to a news release from the union.
The Grop Shop and B-Side Liquor Lounge is temporarily closing its doors again, according to an announcement made on the Grog Shop’s Facebook page.
After a wait of 50 years to develop at Cedar Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard in Cleveland Heights, a couple-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t remove any of the sweetness for city officials to finally break ground on the project June 24.