Nearly 100 supporters, volunteers and staff of Lev Miriam Bikur Cholim of Cleveland gathered to celebrate the opening of offices in Cleveland Heights, a move that raises the organization’s profile within Greater Cleveland’s Orthodox community.
The Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School in Beachwood held its second annual Institute for Integrated Project Based Learning on June 18 and June 19.
After conducting nearly 65 meetings to determine where the $32.7 million raised from the 2019 Campaign for Jewish Needs will be dedicated, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s allocation committee proposed its recommendation to Federation’s board of trustees, which unanimously approved the r…
Shaker Heights residents continue to rally around Fernway Elementary School as it enters into the construction phase to rebuild the school ravaged by fire last summer resulting in a collapsed roof and extensive water damage.
A recent trip to Israel geared for law enforcement did more than reinforce the need of current practices for Solon Police Chief Christopher Viland, it opened up communication between police chiefs of major cities with large Jewish populations.
Ohio nonprofits stand to gain a funding boost for security and safety needs after the state’s operating budget passed the Ohio Senate June 20.
An attorney for a man arrested at the 2016 Republican National Convention in downtown Cleveland while burning an American flag says the city has agreed to pay his client $225,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was released from a Detroit-area hospital nearly a month after suffering a stroke and will recover at an in-patient rehabilitation center.
The habitual residence case Taglieri v. Monasky, which focuses on a child born in Italy to Michelle Monasky, an Ohio native, to Domenico Taglieri, an Italian native, in 2014 and her decision to bring the child back with her to Ohio following marital unrest, will be moving to the U.S. Supreme…
Longtime Mayfield Heights resident David Dwoskin, who took the “brown mustard” available at Cleveland Municipal Stadium and began selling the mustard in retail stores as The Authentic Stadium Mustard, died June 14. He was 77.
Char and Chuck Fowler have given a $1 million gift to Cleveland State University to support its Lift Up Vikes! program, which supplies students with food and additional support services they require. It will also establish a student resource center and create an emergency grant fund for indi…
Oberlin College alumni and civil rights lawyers alike were stunned by the combined $44 million in damages awarded by a Lorain County jury to the owners of Gibson’s Bakery in a libel, slander and defamation suit.
Bill Mason has been selected as Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish’s new chief of staff, Budish’s fourth chief in five years in office. His first official day will be July 15 and he is scheduled to make $225,000 annually, a record salary for the county’s chief of staff.
Kevin D. Moss, a senior associate at CBRE Group Inc., is working on the high-profile Market Square project across the street from the West Side Market.
Dr. Wulf H. Utian, founder of the North American Menopause Society, will retire from his role with the organization during its 30th annual scientific meeting in Chicago in September.
Terry and Sheldon Adelman of Beachwood received the Dance/USA Champion Award presented during the Dance/USA annual conference held June 12-15 in Cleveland. They are longtime supporters of Playhouse Square and the Playhouse Square annual Dance Showcase and were honored June 12 during the open…
The closure of Al Paul Auto Wash May 30 marked the end of a South Euclid landmark that served nine police departments as well as the Orthodox community prior to Passover for 70 years.
Shaker Heights Public Library board of trustees unanimously selected Bialosky Cleveland as the architect for the design of the Main Library renovation project.