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Tibor’s Kosher Meats isn’t peddling THC cartridges at its counter, but the purchase of the store in September 2019 may have been financed by them, according to a U.S. attorney.
A co-owner of Tibor’s Kosher Meats is the “target of a federal criminal investigation,” attorney Edmund W. Searby, who represents Eyton Senders of University Heights, wrote in an April 8 motion in federal court.
Rabbi Daniel J. Grand has withdrawn his request to operate a Shabbos shul from his home at 2343 Miramar Blvd. in University Heights, after a public hearing that included overwhelming opposition to the plan.
The University Heights planning commission will hold a special meeting 7 p.m. March 23 to decide whether to recommend a special-use permit for the home at 2343 Miramar Blvd. to be used as a shul.
Eyton Senders, who is at the center of a civil forfeiture case pending in U.S. District Court in Cleveland, faced similar legal action in Missouri following a 2012 traffic stop on Interstate 70, according to court documents obtained by the Cleveland Jewish News.
University Heights Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan gave the city’s first virtual State of the City address March 18, highlighting the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, protests and looking to the future. He also hinted he would run for a second term as mayor in 2021.
A U.S. attorney’s office is attempting to seize $2,197,323 in cash, houses, gold, a boat, a sports car, watches and other assets following a Sept. 22, 2020, raid at Tibor’s Kosher Meats in University Heights. Also included in the raid were several homes in Beachwood, Moreland Hills and Unive…
Lawyers for the city and a University Heights synagogue have signed a permanent injunction barring the synagogue from operating at 4464 Churchill Blvd., which has been placed on the market for sale.
After 27 residents complained, the city of University Heights received a temporary restraining order against a newly formed synagogue that is operating at 4464 Churchill Blvd.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education and the 490-member Cleveland Heights Teachers Union came to tentative agreement in overnight negotiations that ended at 6:30 a.m. Dec. 2.
The Rice Shop in University Heights closed following the Thanksgiving weekend, according to a Facebook post on the restaurant’s page by chef and owner Anthony Zappola.
With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, teachers in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District went on strike the morning of Dec. 2. It’s the first time teachers in the district walked off their jobs since 1983.
No charges of a violation of a health department order will be filed after three police officers from University Heights responded to a bat mitzvah gathering outside of a Milton Road home.
The teachers’ union for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District filed a 10-day notice to strike beginning Dec. 2, according to a news release from the union.
Cleveland Heights and University Heights residents passed a $4.8-million tax levy for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District by 0.2%, which prompts an automatic recount as the margin is less than or equal to 0.5%.
MetroHealth partnered with Bikur Cholim Oct. 15 for a third drive-thru COVID-19 testing event at Heights Jewish Center Synagogue in University Heights.
Tibor’s Kosher Meats, one house in University Heights and two in Beachwood were raided Sept. 22 by the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department and federal law enforcement under federal search warrants.
Cleveland Heights and University Heights residents will see another school issue on the ballot Nov. 3. A 7.9-mill levy failed April 28 with 6,734 votes against to 6,120 votes for. Now, residents will see a $4.8-million tax levy on the November 3 ballot.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District was selected as a site to receive and provide 200,000 pounds of fresh produce for the community throughout June.
The Cleveland Community Mikvah is tiled, carpeted, mirrored and undergoing floor grouting in the final weeks of construction of what will be Northeast Ohio’s largest mikvah.
A women’s mikvah in University Heights, under construction for nearly a year, is set to be finished by the end of 2019 and to open once its two immersion pools are filled with rainwater in early 2020.
The Cleveland Community Mikvah is launching a mini campaign to pay for the $3.9 million design and building of its mikvah at 2588 S. Green Road in Beachwood.
The Cleveland Community Mikvah is likely to begin construction in February or March 2018 and is moving ahead full force with its fundraising efforts.
University Heights City Council approved a recommendation by the city’s planning commission for a proposed mikvah facility during a council meeting Feb. 6.
The Cleveland Community Mikvah has cleared the first hurdle in its quest to have a mikvah facility built at 2588 S. Green Road in University Heights.