Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed a federal lawsuit to compel the U.S. Census Bureau to release population data relevant to Ohio’s upcoming congressional redistricting process, claiming COVID-19 is an insufficient reason for the delay in releasing data.
Ohio will soon be lifting restrictions and announcing new guidance on sports venues, proms, banquet centers, receptions, fairs and more, Gov. Mike DeWine said Feb. 25.
The weekend of March 5 and March 6 has been designated Refugee Shabbat by HIAS, which works around the world to protect refugees who have been forced to flee their homelands because of who they are, including ethnic, religious and sexual minorities.
Ten years ago, Rabbi Joshua Caruso wondered why there was an unspoken separation among Greater Cleveland’s places of worship and religious-based organizations.
Cleveland Jewish News Arts and Entertainment Columnist Bob Abelman will be featured in an author talk plus question-and-answer session at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus bookfair at 12:30 p.m. March 3.
Engage! Cleveland, a community engagement organization located in Valley View, will host its fourth annual Next Generation of Women professional development and networking event 7:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 4 where 10 of Cleveland’s leading women will virtually come together to tell their st…
Solon High School Principal Erin Short was placed on paid administrative leave Feb. 15 over an incident that is alleged to have occurred more than a decade ago, according to a Feb. 23 statement from Solon City School District Superintendent Fred Bolden.
Once the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections votes to certify Woodmere’s Feb. 23 recall election, village council will have 40 days to replace recalled council president Jennifer Mitchell Earley and councilwomen Lisa A. Brockwell and Glenda Todd Miller.
Children bundled up and emerged from their parents’ sunroofs to hear the Purim story told by teenage volunteers and watch a fairy tale enacted at the Friendship Circle of Cleveland in Pepper Pike Feb. 21.
Actor George Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures will produce a docuseries about abuses in the athletic department at The Ohio State University in Columbus perpetrated by former university doctor Richard Strauss.
Solon Mayor Eddy Kraus spoke of worldwide hardship amid the COVID-19 pandemic, social justice initiatives, and coming together as a community at the Solon State of the City Feb. 23, held via Zoom.
Using a drive-thru bank as a backdrop, Celebrating Jewish Life offered an adult-centered Purim experience for 100 subscribers, who drove up to engage in some festivity during the COVID-19 pandemic Feb. 21.
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.
Gov. Mike DeWine declared Feb. 23 that all United States and Ohio flags at public buildings and grounds in the state be flown at half-staff until sunset on Feb. 26, in honor of the more than 500,000 American lives lost to COVID-19.