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Recent articles by John:

Euclid Fire Department adds four firefighters; chief shares recruiting challenges

The Euclid Fire Department recently welcomed four new recruits into their ranks, making it a total of 25 additions in the last 22 months. The most recent recruits — Owen Smith, Matthew Hurst, Steve… → Read More

Euclid Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer-Gail will deliver State of the City Address

Euclid Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer-Gail will be delivering the State of the City Address Feb. 6 while showcasing what the city has in store for 2023. Holzheimer-Gail will be delivering the address at … → Read More

Northeast Ohio cities joining together for Roller Skating with First Responders

First responders from Wickliffe, Richmond Heights and Highland Heights area are coming out to skate with the community at the Roller Skating with First Responders event. It will take place from 11:… → Read More

Richmond Heights residents meet to discuss woes at apartment complexes

Dozens of outraged occupants from multiple Richmond Heights apartment complexes met this week with city officials to discuss adjudication orders made against the owners. The meeting, held on Jan. 3… → Read More

Wickliffe: First responders to skate with special needs groups at Feb. 15 event

First responders from throughout the Greater Cleveland area are coming out to celebrate those with autism at the Special Needs Skating with First Responders event. The Feb. 15 event is a collaborat… → Read More

Revolution Pizza donates portion of their funds to woman recovering from frostbite

Revolution Pizza recently raised money to help a woman recover after suffering severe frostbite during the pre-Christmas blizzard. On Jan. 26, Revolution Pizza donated 25% of their daily profit to … → Read More

Euclid Senior Center receives donation from AMLA for programming

American Mutual Life Association this week donated $1,150 to Euclid Senior Center so they can continue to assist more than 100 seniors every day with meals, transportation and activities to stimula… → Read More

Euclid hosts public meeting to determine future of property

Euclid is holding a public meeting Jan. 28 where they are seeking community feedback for their plans for a lakefront property east of Sims Park. The land was acquired in 2020 by a partnership with … → Read More

Richmond Heights food drive looking for volunteers

Muslim Association of Cleveland East Food Pantry will distribute a variety of different produce and other foods to in-need families in the Richmond Heights area on January 26. MACE and Cleveland Fo… → Read More

Village of Healing Center in Euclid to celebrate anniversary with events

The Village of Healing Center in Euclid will be celebrating one year of helping the community throughout February. The center, at 22344 Lakeshore Blvd., is seeking to improve the maternal health an… → Read More

South Euclid-Lyndhurst Schools: Combatting absenteeism a goal for 2023

South Euclid-Lyndhurst Schools District Superintendent Linda N. Reid says she saw officials pursue the path of purposeful innovation as it relates their courses, students and daily life throughout … → Read More

Richmond Heights Schools: a look ahead into 2023

Richmond Heights Schools have undergone a lot in 2022 and hope to improve upon what they have and rebuild their infrastructure as they move into 2023. District Superintendent Renee Willis said that… → Read More

Richmond Heights Youth Basketball League returns

Richmond Heights Youth Basketball League is in full swing, teaching children in the community how to play competitive basketball. Games are held at Richmond Heights High School each Saturday mornin… → Read More

Lyndhurst mayor looks back at 2022 while planning for 2023

Lyndhurst has undergone a lot in 2022 and is entering 2023 with a promise to continue to do their best for their citizens and their businesses. Mayor Patrick Ward said that 2022 was a good year for… → Read More

Euclid holds Martin Luther King Jr. Day, stresses importance of nonviolence

The Euclid community on Jan. 15 hosted Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an event celebrating the life of the activist while preaching the importance of nonviolence. “In this celebration of Dr. Martin Lu… → Read More

7th annual Lake Erie Folk Fest is coming to Euclid

The Lake Erie Folk Fest will be returning to Euclid with the aim of celebrating traditional music. Taking place from 1 to 6 p.m. Feb. 11, this will be the seventh annual Lake Erie Folk Fest hosted … → Read More

Willoughby Public Library hosts New Year New You Day

Willoughby Public Library hosted a 4th annual New Year New You Day on January 14th to celebrate holistic health, mental stability and start out 2023 on the right foot. The free event provided sever… → Read More

Euclid City Council passes resolution to create more sustainable energy solutions

Euclid City Council recently unanimously approved the NXTGEN Clean Energy Solutions Recommendations Report accepting it as an official addendum to the City’s Master Plan. NXTGEN has worked alongsid… → Read More

Family asking for help after Willowick woman nearly dies in blizzard

A Willowick woman is recovering after being found in a snowdrift during Christmas weekend’s blizzard. On the evening of Dec. 23, Janay Johnson was celebrating Christmas with her friends. Acco… → Read More

Richmond Heights to host city’s first MLK Day of Service – News-Herald

Richmond Heights will host its first MLK Day of Service to celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. “We accomplished many of our 2022 goals, and we still have so much work to do,” Ma… → Read More