Ohio has had 1,380,370 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 7,095 cases from Sept. 23 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Sept. 24.
The team behind RED, the Steakhouse has signed a lease to reopen Nighttown, a restaurant and jazz club in Cleveland Heights, according to a Sept. 23 announcement from the group. Terms were not disclosed.
COLUMBUS — Ohioans ages 12-25 who receive the coronavirus vaccine can enter a new lottery making them eligible for five $100,000 college scholarships and 50 $10,000 scholarships, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday in his latest effort to boost number of people vaccinated against COVID-19.
Amanda Kurland has been selected to fill a vacant seat left on the Orange Village Council, following the Sept. 21 resignation of councilman Pradip Kamat, who has served in the role since January 2020.
About 1,100 people came to Beachwood High School for Pals In Motion 2021 Sept. 19, including about 200 people who took to the track at the football field for a 5k run.
For more than a decade, Nighttown in Cleveland Heights was an integral part of the Baldwin Wallace Music Theater Department’s curriculum, giving students the opportunity to perform in a nightclub setting before a live audience, similar to the experience they would encounter as working artists.
The long-awaiting evening with New York Times investigative reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, presented by the Cleveland Jewish News, is here.
A Mahoning County man who identified himself as a white nationalist and made threats against the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown was sentenced to 41 months in prison Sept. 22.
At Gross Schechter Day School in Pepper Pike, Kevin Weisenberg was the athletic director, basketball coach and a physical education teacher. But he couldn’t wait to “trade” it all in to open a sports collectibles store.
Benesch managing partner Gregg A. Eisenberg recently was named by corporate counsel to The BTI M&A Client Service All-Stars 2021. In this client-designated recognition, corporate counsel single out each attorney – by name and in an unprompted manner – as delivering the best client servic…
Brian Sokol might have just joined the Menorah Park Foundation as chief development officer Aug. 1, but the long-term care facility in Beachwood and Bainbridge Township has always been in his blood.
Rabbi Rick Kellner, the senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Tikvah in Worthington, told the Columbus Jewish News Sept. 20 that a recent incident where anti-mask protesters flashed Nazi salutes during a school board meeting does not represent the city he has come to know over the years.
Windsor Fashions LLC, a leading special occasion and fast-fashion retailer with over 240 U.S.-based stores and an e-commerce business, opened a new store Aug. 26 at Beachwood Place. It is on the lower Level Saks Fifth Avenue wing, across from Zara.
On Sept. 9, Mayfield Heights lost not only a dedicated city councilwoman, former school board member and avid volunteer – but a maternal figure who unconditionally loved her city and its residents. Donna Renee Finney, a 38-year resident of Mayfield Heights, lost her battle to pancreatic canc…
Ohio has had 1,358,918 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 6,814 cases from Sept. 20 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Sept. 21.