The habitual residence case Taglieri v. Monasky, which focuses on a child born in Italy to Michelle Monasky, an Ohio native, and Domenico Taglieri, an Italian native, in 2014, and Monasky’s decision to leave Italy with her daughter amid marital unrest and spousal abuse, was heard by the U.S.…
HFLA of Northeast Ohio received a grant from JumpStart to allow the expansion of its small business lending activity in the region. With this support, HFLA will expand the number of interest-free loans of up to $10,000 available to minority-owned small businesses needing capital but lacking …
Sarah Kuhar thought her ovarian cancer was a thing of the past. The Cleveland Heights resident looked forward to a cancer-free life with her husband, Frank, and 8-year-old daughter, Addie.
Pinecrest received the top honor for mixed-use developments in the International Council of Shopping Centers Global Awards for North American Design and Development on Dec. 5.
Seventeen Friends of the Israel Defense Force supporters from Ohio participated in the FIDF Ohio Guys’ Mission to Israel and seven FIDF supporters from Ohio were part of a group of 50 on the fifth annual Israel Bike Mission in November.
The Lillian and Betty Ratner Montessori School in Pepper Pike will receive a four-year grant from the Samuel H. and Maria Miller Foundation to create the Samuel H. and Maria Miller Literacy for All program, a reading intervention program that is focused on developing strong readers in terms …
Marcum LLP has merged with Skoda Minotti of Mayfield Village, an accounting and business advisory firm, effective Dec. 4, according to a news release. The firm adds 31 partners, more than 190 associates and four offices to Marcum’s Midwest and Florida regions.
In his day job as a financial adviser at Edward Jones Investments in Beachwood, Dale Braun works with clients to gain an understanding about what is important to them.
Jewish rapper Rami Even-Esh – who performs using the moniker Kosha Dillz – will headline “Cruel Winter Fest” Dec. 13 at the Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights.
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland celebrated its move into a new building and showcased the work it does in the community with video testimonials and awards to employees and volunteers at its 144th annual dinner Dec. 5.
Columbus native Richard E. “Dick” Neustadt, former owner and publisher of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, died Nov. 30 in Potomac, Md., from complications with dementia. He was 90.
After being in business for a quarter of a century, Cedar Center Hardware in South Euclid was robbed for the first time. Almost six weeks after the Oct. 27 robbery, owner Lenny Goldfarb and his employees are still “shaken up,” he said, but Goldfarb hasn’t let the incident negatively effect h…
A video of a Columbus State Community College student shared on social media shows him cutting down a miniature Israeli flag that was part of an international flag display in one of the college’s regional learning center buildings in Dublin and putting it in the garbage on Nov. 20.
Three Arches Foundation, a community-focused grant making foundation, has awarded more than $1.1 million in grants to 16 organizations for their work in advancing the health and well-being of the people of Lakewood and surrounding communities.