Week in Review
Catch up on what you missed at Cleveland Heights Patch this week
Look for the Week in Review every weekend to get up to speed on Cleveland Heights Patch articles you may have missed. See below for briefs of and links to arts, business, education, police and fire and government news from around the Heights last week.
- A man who is the only suspect in the Santa Monica, CA, synagogue bombing April 7 was arrested in Cleveland Heights Monday night. Why Ron Hirsch came to Northeast Ohio is still unknown, and one man who saw him thought he looked like an "innocent old soul." He waived his hearings in Cleveland, and will head west soon to face the California courts.
- Reaching Heights sold more than 1,300 tickets for the Reaching Musical Heights concert, and audience members said they were moved by the talent of the 425 student performers from the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District.
- The South Euclid Planning Commission voted to recommend that City Council rezone the former Oakwood Country Club property so that First Interstate Properties can develop the land.
- Gateway Heights may not have space for a church yet, but lead pastor Zach Weihrauch gathers volunteers together to work on community service projects in collaboration with city officials from Cleveland Heights.
- The storefront that The Grapevine occupied for more than 20 years won't stay vacant long. Ten Thousand Villages is setting up shop there and will open in May.