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Updated: 2018-02-20T01:12:21Z

 



Padua High School figure skaters snag eighth state title: Parma Postings

2018-02-20T01:12:21Z

Padua Franciscan High School's figure skating team may not have participated in the Winter Olympics, but the teach won its eighth state title in school history on Feb. 11 at Thornton Park in Shaker Heights. Padua Franciscan High School's figure skating team may not have participated in the Winter Olympics, but the teach won its eighth state title in school history on Feb. 11 at Thornton Park in Shaker Heights.



Seven Hills' Lynsey Wallace earns spot on Ohio State University women's hockey team: Parma Postings

2018-02-13T04:04:26Z

Lynsey Wallace, a 2017 Padua Franciscan High School graduate, earned a spot on The Ohio State University women's hockey team. Lynsey Wallace, a 2017 Padua Franciscan High School graduate, earned a spot on The Ohio State University women's hockey team.



Just over 500 Illuminating Company customers without power in Brooklyn

2018-02-10T20:30:22Z

The power outage happened about 1:15 p.m. in the area of Tiedeman and Brookpark roads, spokesman Chris Eck said. The power outage happened about 1:15 p.m. in the area of Tiedeman and Brookpark roads, spokesman Chris Eck said.



Prospective students can check out Tri-C during visitation day event: Parma Postings

2018-02-06T15:03:47Z

Students interested in attending classes at the Western Campus of Cuyahoga Community College are invited to visitation day sessions at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Feb. 19. Students interested in attending classes at the Western Campus of Cuyahoga Community College are invited to visitation day sessions at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Feb. 19.



I grew up with Chief Wahoo and I'm holding onto him: Letter to the Editor

2018-02-05T16:51:47Z

Count me as one fan who will NEVER buy another Cleveland Indians item without the Chief Wahoo logo on it. I grew up with Chief Wahoo and I'm holding onto him. And if I cannot find Chief Wahoo at the... Count me as one fan who will NEVER buy another Cleveland Indians item without the Chief Wahoo logo on it. I grew up with Chief Wahoo and I'm holding onto him. And if I cannot find Chief Wahoo at the...



Padua football player kicks to help cure cancer: Parma Postings

2018-01-30T17:11:19Z

The high school football season for this school year is history, but one Padua Franciscan High School player made a lasting contribution through his efforts on the field. The high school football season for this school year is history, but one Padua Franciscan High School player made a lasting contribution through his efforts on the field.



Brooklyn man charged in third child sexual assault in 22 years

2018-01-26T21:40:31Z

Joseph Satullo, 37, is charged with his third sexual assault of a child since 1995. Joseph Satullo, 37, is charged with his third sexual assault of a child since 1995.



Shake the winter blahs at St. Francis de Sales Winter Fest: Parma Postings

2018-01-22T06:31:03Z

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? St. Francis de Sales Parish in Parma may have the answer. The parish will have its Winter Fest this weekend, Jan. 27-28. Looking for something fun to do this weekend? St. Francis de Sales Parish in Parma may have the answer. The parish will have its Winter Fest this weekend, Jan. 27-28.



Parma Heights sets public hearing for new senior transport vehicle: Parma Postings

2018-01-16T15:15:16Z

Parma Heights will have a public hearing at noon Jan. 25 in the lunch room of the Parma Heights Senior Center, located on the main floor of the Educator Apartments, 9275 North Church Drive, to discuss expanding the senior transportation program. Parma Heights will have a public hearing at noon Jan. 25 in the lunch room of the Parma Heights Senior Center, located on the main floor of the Educator Apartments, 9275 North Church Drive, to discuss expanding the senior transportation program.



Brooklyn man who killed other driver in suicide attempt gets life in prison

2018-01-11T21:07:06Z

Mark Rafter will be eligible for parole after serving 20 years in prison for his 2016 suicide attempt that ended in a wrong-way crash, killing the other driver, Kayla Coates. Mark Rafter will be eligible for parole after serving 20 years in prison for his 2016 suicide attempt that ended in a wrong-way crash, killing the other driver, Kayla Coates.



Brooklyn man guilty of aggravated murder in suicide attempt that killed other driver

2018-01-10T20:57:50Z

Mark Rafter faces a life sentence after jurors found he purposefully drove a pickup truck the wrong way on Interest 480 at full-throttle and smashed into the compact sedan driven by 20-year-old Kayla Coates Mark Rafter faces a life sentence after jurors found he purposefully drove a pickup truck the wrong way on Interest 480 at full-throttle and smashed into the compact sedan driven by 20-year-old Kayla Coates



Sign up now for free AARP Tax-Aide Program: Parma Postings

2018-01-09T04:56:57Z

The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program will get under way the first week of February and will run through April 17. The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program will get under way the first week of February and will run through April 17.



Prosecutors ask jury to convict Brooklyn man of aggravated murder for fatal suicide attempt

2018-01-05T18:16:33Z

Prosecutors on Thursday asked a jury to convict a Brooklyn man of aggravated murder for a 2016 wrong-way crash suicide attempt that left a Baldwin Wallace University student dead. Prosecutors on Thursday asked a jury to convict a Brooklyn man of aggravated murder for a 2016 wrong-way crash suicide attempt that left a Baldwin Wallace University student dead.



A new year means a fresh start for city officials: Parma Postings

2018-01-02T21:43:47Z

With 2018 just under way, area cities are welcoming new and returning members of city government and getting back to business after the holidays. With 2018 just under way, area cities are welcoming new and returning members of city government and getting back to business after the holidays.



Aldo's Italian restaurant: Warm, welcoming Cleveland classic (review)

2017-12-21T17:04:24Z

Opened more than two decades ago by Aldo Zappa and family, the cozy Brooklyn spot is one of the most authentic Italian restaurants in town. Opened more than two decades ago by Aldo Zappa and family, the cozy Brooklyn spot is one of the most authentic Italian restaurants in town.



Parma firefighters donate 'No Shave November' fundraiser proceeds to Youth Challenge: Parma Postings

2017-12-19T19:46:13Z

here were plenty of moustaches and lots of good-natured ribbing in the Parma Fire Department as members of Parma Firefighters Local 639 sprouted facial hair - some real, some contrived - during "No Shave November." On Dec. 14, the firefighters presented a check for $3,200 to Youth Challenge. here were plenty of moustaches and lots of good-natured ribbing in the Parma Fire Department as members of Parma Firefighters Local 639 sprouted facial hair - some real, some contrived - during "No Shave November." On Dec. 14, the firefighters presented a check for $3,200 to Youth Challenge.



Ridgewood Garden Club decks out Stearns Homestead for the holidays: Parma Postings

2017-12-11T21:42:38Z

Visitors to the Stearns Homestead on Ridge Road might have noticed some attractive seasonal displays decorating the buildings. The displays can be found at both the Briggs House and Stearns House, 6975 Ridge Road. Visitors to the Stearns Homestead on Ridge Road might have noticed some attractive seasonal displays decorating the buildings. The displays can be found at both the Briggs House and Stearns House, 6975 Ridge Road.



Leaders hope new MetroHealth Line buses boost neighborhood (photos)

2017-12-06T15:23:17Z

New buses will roll Thursday on the MetroHealth Line, linking downtown Cleveland, several suburbs and five MetroHealth facilities. New buses will roll Thursday on the MetroHealth Line, linking downtown Cleveland, several suburbs and five MetroHealth facilities.



Brooklyn school tax defeated by 2 votes, recount shows

2017-12-05T23:16:55Z

A recount confirmed that voters in the Brooklyn City School District rejected a levy for permanent improvements by just two votes in the November election. Fifty-five voters in the district cast ballots but didn't vote on the school issue. A recount confirmed that voters in the Brooklyn City School District rejected a levy for permanent improvements by just two votes in the November election. Fifty-five voters in the district cast ballots but didn't vote on the school issue.



Independence sisters following in mom's career footsteps: Parma Postings

2017-12-04T09:47:45Z

Sisters Anna and Grace Macerelli, both graduates of Independence High School, are pursuing careers as dental hygienists through the Cuyahoga Community College Dental Hygiene program. Sisters Anna and Grace Macerelli, both graduates of Independence High School, are pursuing careers as dental hygienists through the Cuyahoga Community College Dental Hygiene program.