A June 5 recount confirmed what both final, unofficial election results and later official election results showed: the Beachwood City Schools levy and bond issue failed by a handful of votes.
The bipartisan bill seeks to direct the Department of Education to use the working definition of anti-Semitism that was developed by the State Department’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism office in 2010.
Solon voters approved a Solon City Schools’ levy by more than a 2-to-1 margin May 8, according to final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.
Democrat Emily Hagan received the highest number of votes in the May 8 Democratic primary for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, general division, making her the party’s candidate to run against Republican nominee Brian Darling in November.
Republican Beverly Goldstein won the May 8 Republican primary for the U.S. Congress District 11 seat. She will face Democratic nominee and incumbent Marcia Fudge, in November.
Beachwood City Schools’ levy and bond issue is too close to call, with final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections showing it not passing by 8 votes, as of May 9.
Incumbent Dave Greenspan of Westlake received the highest number of votes in the May 8 Republican primary for the Ohio House of Representatives 16th District. He will face Democratic nominee Cassimir Svigelj in November.
Incumbent Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish won the Democratic nomination for Cuyahoga County Executive. He ran unopposed.
Solon voters approved Issue 14, a rezoning amendment, which will permanently change the zoning classification of a commercial district to senior citizen residential.
Steve Dettelbach gained the Democratic nomination for Ohio Attorney General. He ran unopposed and will face Republican nominee Dave Yost in November.
A video circulating on Facebook portrays misinformation about the Beachwood City Schools’ ballot issue and appears to be paid for by an out-of-state group, American Policy Coalition.
An opposition committee comprised of Shaker Heights residents concerned with Shaker Heights Public Library’s 1.9-mill operating levy wants the library to explore other options before putting the responsibility on the homeowners.
Joseph Regano, superintendent of Solon City Schools, said Solon has become “a destination community” as a result of its strong school system.
Solon Mayor Edward H. Kraus wants his residents to be able to wake up on a nice day and take a walk through the city, possibly stopping for lunch or ice cream, all through the use of safe, mixed-use trails.
Management at the Beachwood apartment complex the Hamptons sent a letter to residents April 20 in opposition to Issue 2, the proposed bond issue and tax levy put forth by the Beachwood School District that will appear on the May 8 ballot. In a response sent days later, the Beachwood Board of…
Here’s a look at some of the races in the May 8 election. Questionnaires were emailed to the candidates’ address on record with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections and are profiled in alphabetical order.
Robert P. Hardis, superintendent of Beachwood City Schools, believes the district’s needs for passage of a 5.9-mill operating levy and a 2.8-mill bond issue are both critical at this time.
A Democratic congressional delegation that met this week with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the release of African asylum seekers being held in an Israeli prison.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Vice President Mike Pence will headline the 2018 American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference March 4-6 in Washington, D.C. More than 100 Cleveland-area attendees will join about 18,000 people at the conference – making it the large…