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 education, sports and government news from around the Heights last week.
- We asked local residents how they reacted to Osama bin Laden's death, and captured their responses on video.
- Cleveland Heights City Council approved a new ambulance and medical equipment for the Fire Department and also gave the go-ahead to sell more renovated, city-owned homes that were rehabilitated with the federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program.
- The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board distributed awards at its regular meeting Tuesday, recognizing nearly 40 teachers who received tenure. Also at that meeting, a handful of people spoke in support of former boys' basketball coach Barry Egan, and asked why his contract was not renewed.
- We launched blogs on Cleveland Heights Patch this week — check out Mariya Ali's post about preparing her daughter for an overnight trip. Please email editor Michelle Simakis if you're interested in writing on the site, and look for more blogs about a variety of topics on the site soon.
- Spring sports teams have lost the opportunity to play several games in their schedules due to the rainy weather. Read how they are coping.