Cleveland Heights residents interested in sorting out Issue 26, a ballot issue that would change the charter to a strong mayor form of government, might find a legal notice and an oversized postcard on the issue a bit misleading.
Amanda Koehn has been named lifestyles editor at the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, Kevin S. Adelstein, president of the CJPC and publisher and CEO of the Cleveland Jewish News, announced Oct. 8.
Two men charged in a February incident in which the Lima synagogue was sprayed with BB gun pellets are both in jail; one is awaiting trial and the other was sentenced to 10 days in jail.
An 18-year-old man from Kent was arrested and charged with one count of criminal mischief and disseminating matter harmful to juveniles following a Dec. 16, 2018, incident at Kent State University in which a swastika was scrawled onto an office door.
Orange School District announced its hall of fame awardees at the Oct. 4 homecoming game. An induction ceremony and luncheon were held the following day with more than 180 people in attendance.
In the face of the growing threat from anti-Semitism and xenophobia, increased security through-out Jewish Cleveland is no longer an option; it’s a necessity. From increasing the number of highly-trained officers hired to patrol our community to encouraging and training on sophisticated secu…
The founder and CEO of The Gathering Place looked to the past and the future of the organization that has served more than 45,000 people in its 20 years.
Charniece Holmes, Amy Rosenbluth and Finley Landscaping are the 2019 winners of the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries annual Honor Roll Literacy Awards. The awards are presented to those who have made a sustained, outstanding contribution to the Cleveland Heights-University Heights co…
Kol Israel Foundation is celebrating its 60th year with an Oct. 27 dinner as it recalls a legacy of Holocaust remembrance, charitable works, advocacy and looks to the future with an expanding mission of education.
The Jewish Federations of North America is calling on Jews to pause for a moment on Oct. 27, the first anniversary of the shootings at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh in memory of the 11 people who were shot and killed as they worshiped there.
JoAnn and Bob Glick of Hunting Valley have gifted MetroHealth $500,000 toward the expansion of two programs aiming to serve vulnerable youth in Cleveland.
Specifications for building a sukkah are quite detailed from foundation to roof, yet even if a sukkah is certifiably kosher, there is nothing in the Ohio Building Code regulating the temporary structures.
Even 74 years after the end of the Holocaust, the wounds felt by the Jewish community are still painful, despite time attempting to heal them over into scars.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a complaint in federal court Sept. 27 against Davis Automotive Group alleging the Solon-based company discriminated against two employees and one applicant due to their ages.
Phase one of the Cuyahoga County Opioid Crisis Mitigation Plan was announced Oct. 10 by County Executive Armond Budish and Council President Dan Brady.
“Men of Steel and Women of Valor” is an art exhibition made for Cleveland, literally, according to a release from The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture at The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood.
The third annual Pals in Motion family fitness event attracted over 1,400 people Sept. 15 at Orange High School and raised more than $318,000 to help provide free programs and resources for those living with Parkinson’s disease, as well as contribute to research and bring awareness to the disease.