Chagrin Valley Times
Close to 100 people attended The Chabad Jewish Center’s first grand Purim celebration on March 7 at Holbrook Hollows.
Village officials were presented last week with a robust and comprehensive capital improvement plan for this year, amounting to just over $12.7 million and spanning 25 projects.
What is the next step since Cuyahoga County received no bids for the long-anticipated North Main Street bridge project? That was a discussion point raised by village officials last week.
By this time next year, the village will be powering its waste water treatment plant with solar energy.
Early next month, 52 trees will find their home along the village streets, part of the annual spring planting undertaken by the volunteer Shade Tree Commission.
At the age of 12, on her thoroughbred Watch Me, current Gates Mills Mayor Karen Schneider would begin a lifelong love of the horse show.
Kenston’s elementary and intermediate school students are getting outside and hands-on after school with “Sap is a Rising.”
Becki Silverstein, the owner of CLE Cotton Candy, shared her career as an entrepreneur with the students from Solon’s Roxbury Elementary last week, explaining how she makes cotton candy from a combination of sugar and air.
Earlier this month, nine members of Kenston High School’s speech and debate team fared well at the state tournament at Austintown Fitch High School.
The creativity of young people is at the heart of a new category developed for this fall’s 14th annual Chagrin Documentary Film Festival (CDFF).
The Orange City School District will host Job Fair 2023 from 3:30 to 7 p.m. March 16, at the Pepper Pike Learning Center, 32000 Chagrin Blvd.
“The Other Place” now on stage at Dobama Theatre is described as “a superb play that is a thriller wrapped in a mystery disguised as a memoir.”
Classical musicians will present a lively “Festival of Music from Latin and South America” 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at the Church of the Western Reserve, 30500 Fairmount Boulevard.
We may not know it, but coyotes are everywhere, living in our back yards from rural areas to cities. Geauga County Park District Naturalist Dottie Drockton recently presented a program about coyotes and their lives in the area to a group at the Bainbridge Community Church affiliated with the…
With all seven seats up for re-election this fall, Chagrin Falls Village Council is weighing in how voters will decide their terms in office.
Kenston Board of Education President Jennifer Troutman recently donated her kidney upon learning that Bryce Grossman, a 2020 Kenston graduate, needed a transplant.
The long-anticipated bid opening for the North Main Street bridge project had an unexpected result last week.
Just over two months away, and the buzz is growing for this year’s 64th annual Blossom Time, the village’s time-honored tradition presented over Memorial Day weekend.
The Kenston High School Business Department offers eight classes that prepare aspiring entrepreneurs for the future.
A concert featuring the Callisto Quartet and Steinway Artist Andrew Le will be performed at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 19, at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 7196 SOM Center Road.
Solon High School will be the site of a family-friendly event that celebrates the diversity of the Solon Schools community.
Photographer Judith Khaner‘s gallery show, “A Slice of Life,” at the Solon Center for the Arts through April 5 showcases the “unguarded moments” she has captured of people and places.