Temple Israel is going back to the future to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ordination of Rabbi Emeritus David Horowitz.
In the wake of the unprecedented developments in Israeli politics — the result of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s April 9 election victory and his subsequent inability to form a coalition — Dana Weiss, one of Israel’s top journalists, spoke with the Cleveland Jewish News June 6 ab…
AJC’s Global Forum in Washington, D.C., addressed the rise of anti-Semitism around the world and introduced the newly formed Black-Jewish Caucus in Congress.
Safi Bahcall, author of “Loonshots,” will speak at the fifth annual JumpStart’s Startup Scaleup event at 10 a.m. June 19 on how the science of ideas can be applied to the challenges facing Cleveland.
Over the past decade, international singer and entertainer David “Dudu” Fisher noticed a decline in American concert promoters asking for performances in Yiddish.
The introduction of the Columbus Jewish News, columbusjewishnews.com, CJN Presents 12 Under 36 and An Evening with Henry Winkler were just some of the accomplishments highlighted June 6 at the 55th annual meeting of the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company at the company’s Beachwood offices.
The past year of celebration in honor of Park Synagogues’ 150th anniversary that paid homage to the shul’s history is coming to a close with a program looking toward its future.
The Cleveland Jewish News was named best non-daily community newspaper in Ohio, and its website, cjn.org, was selected as best website in Ohio for the second consecutive year in the Press Club of Cleveland’s 2019 All Ohio Excellence in Journalism Awards. The CJN has been named the best non-d…
The author of an anonymous letter calling a key witness in the Cuyahoga County corruption investigation a “snitch” has been named.
Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish named former county Prosecutor Bill Mason as the executive’s chief of staff June 12. He will start in the role effective July 15.
Jacob Sztokman, the founder and director of Gabriel Project Mumbai in India, will speak at area synagogues during a visit June 21 and June 22.
The Rotary Club of Chagrin Highlands donated $2,280 to purchase three thermal imaging cameras for the Orange Fire Department.
Orange Police Sgt. Mike Roberts received the Aliki and Peter Rzepka Leadership Award, May 21 at the Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School 50th annual meeting.
Vanessa Bayer donned slippers, polka-dot pajamas and her signature smile to read aloud her first children’s book, “How Do You Care for a Very Sick Bear?”
An earthquake measuring 4.0 on the Richter scale was centered about 2.5 miles north, northwest of Eastlake at 10:50 a.m., according to the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program website.
August “Augie” Napoli Jr., United Way of Greater Cleveland’s president and CEO, will take over leadership of United Way Services of Geauga County for an interim period.