Members of the Jewish faith from Cleveland and Columbus joined the Ohio Religious Action Center, along with the ACLU and Ohioans To Stop Executions by pledging to take action as part of Death Penalty Abolition Week from Oct. 8 to Oct. 17 to work toward abolishing the death penalty in Ohio.
A candidate for Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education is under challenge – not for his candidacy, but for his residency and legitimacy to vote in the state of Ohio. That challenge is headed to the Ohio Secretary of State for resolution.
Aliki and Peter Rzepka will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Saltzman family will be presented the Generation Award at the seventh annual Cleveland Jewish News 18 Difference Makers reception and awards ceremony Dec. 9 at Landerhaven in Mayfield Heights.
Former Solon Schools band director Edward L. Kline will face three trials rather than a separate trial for each of 10 victims. His first trial will begin Jan. 10, 2022.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood will feature an exhibit on the Holocaust and other genocides, showcasing stories of survival through personal items, photographs and handwritten narratives.
As part of Beth Israel-The West Temple’s ongoing town-hall speaker series, the temple will host its next virtual installment featuring Jewish Federation of Cleveland President Erika B. Rudin-Luria at 7 p.m. Nov. 4.
Park Synagogue and Cory United Methodist Church’s “Building Home: A Conversation on Housing Challenges & Neighborhood Partnerships” explored topics of homelessness, home insecurity and poverty in a virtual talk on Oct. 17 featuring the Rev. Derrick Harkins, director of faith-based and ne…
Following a year without its normal spring and fall events, ORT America Ohio Region will present its Jurisprudence Awards and honor its 50th annual brunch in a combination virtual event on Oct. 28.
Ohio has had 1,503,102 total cases of COVID-19, an increase of 3,617 cases from Oct. 18 according to the state's coronavirus dashboard updated Oct. 19.
Beachwood City Council voted to authorize a 30-year, 100% tax increment financing package and two job-creation grants for Trailhead Biosystems, Inc., at its Oct. 18 meeting.
CLEVELAND — On a special edition of her "Health Yeah!" podcast, our friend Monica Robins wanted to share an update with you regarding her own health.
According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, most adults who attend religious services trust their clergy’s advice on vaccines and religious leaders are more likely to urge their congregants to get vaccinated than to discourage it.
University Heights Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan signed a development agreement Oct. 15 to allow for the building of a new synagogue for Congregation Zichron Chaim on the corner of Summerfield and South Green roads, about a half-mile from its current site.
The grand opening of Launch Workplaces Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere was held with a ribbon cutting and open house Oct. 13. The new private offices and co-working solutions are inside Eton Office Tower at 28601 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 200.
Beachwood City Council will consider a 30-year, 100% tax increment financing package and two job-creation grants for Trailhead Biosystems, Inc., at its 7 p.m. Oct. 18 meeting.
Bikur Cholim was among the recipients in the 18th and final Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund grants Oct. 18, the organization announced in a news release.
Oheb Zedek Cedar Sinai Synagogue will honor its members who are Holocaust survivors at a series of events the weekend of Oct. 30 and Oct. 31.