Week in Review
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Look for the Week in Review every Sunday to catch up on Cleveland Heights news you may have missed. See below for articles from around the Heights last week.
There was a string of car-related crimes in the Cleveland Heights Police blotter, including a report that someone splattered cars with paint outside of Dave's Market on Cedar.
The Cleveland Heights High hockey team came back from behind in the third period, scoring two goals and defeating Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy 2-1 on Monday night.
The bar and lounge side of Rockefeller’s restaurant opened in Cleveland Heights on Tuesday. Owner Michael Adams said he plans to open the dining side and unveil the entree menu by Valentine’s Day.
Seventeen teachers will retire at the end of this school year, opting for a retirement incentive created by the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District with the Education Jobs Fund. In other school news, Cleveland Heights High is implementing a program specifically for freshmen, and eight athletes signed letters of intent.
Cleveland Heights Patch launched new features to give you ideas for how to spend your weekend. Look for restaurant suggestions and more every Thursday, and if you don't have plans for the Super Bowl, check out the deals going on at neighborhood bars.