Thursday, July 5, 2012
David Cefaratti, 35, was shot twice and robbed at a gas station
A Twinsburg man was shot twice after being robbed at a gas station, according to NewsChannel 5. The station reports that David Cefaratti, 35, was robbed at a gas station near E. 131 Street and Crennell Avenue in Cleveland at about 2 a.m. July 4. Two men approached him and a passenger, robbed them and fired two shots, hitting Cefaratti, but not the passenger. The story did not indicate Cefaratti's condition.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
We talked to the National Weather Service to find out your best bet for seeing the once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event
Monday we told you about the Transit of Venus, an astronomical event that will happen tonight and not again in our lifetime. Today, the clouds came. And they've persisted. But will they keep us from seeing Venus pass in front of the sun? Maybe, said National Weather Service meteorologist John Mayers. "The cloud cover is pretty extensive," he said, adding that the deck Northeast Ohio is under stretches from Indiana to Pennsylvania. "And there's no indication that what's causing the clouds will move." But, he added, there are some breaks along the Lake Erie shoreline. Edgewater Park, where area astronimical groups will gather to help the public watch it safely — for free — with their telescopes and goggles, might be the best place in …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
It's here! Make sure you either come out to Solon Panini's Thursday night or join our online chat
Finally, the draft has come back to Cleveland. That's right football fans, it's draft day and the boys in brown and orange are on the clock. Not only is tonight a big night for Cleveland fans, it's a great night for Patch fans. Draft Party: At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Patch and Solon Panini's will team up and throw a party to celebrate the first round of the draft. We'll be set up at the bar, and we'll be giving away prizes. Hint: You can eat some of the prizes! Live Chat: Cant' make it to Solon? During the draft party, Patch Editors Chris Mazzolini and Mitch Cooper will be hosting a live chat that will stream on all of Ohio's Patch sites. That will give you the perfect venue to discuss the draft and who the team picks during the first round. …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Sure, the die-hard sports nuts will be glued to the television, but are you pumped up?
On Thursday, April 26 at 8 p.m. the draft will finally be underway. All the Cleveland sports fans and talk show hosts can put aside their thoughts and know for certain who Cleveland will draft. But how excited for the draft are you? Die-hard fans and sports nuts all over Northeast Ohio will be waiting anxiously to see what happens on draft night, but what about the casual football fan? Are you going to be there watching and waiting? DRAFT PARTY WITH PATCH: Come to Solon Panini's at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. You'll have the chance to win free food! LIVE CHAT: Patch will also host a live chat during the first round on all Ohio Patch sites! Log on to your community's Patch at 7:30 p.m. to join in! Sound off Ohio. Tell us if you're excited for the …
Monday, April 23, 2012
Join Patch on draft night this Thursday for a party at Solon Panini's or join our live coverage as it happens
Are you excited for the pro football draft? If you are -- and can't wait to see who our local team picks -- then we've got an event that's sure to pump you up. Patch is celebrating draft night in Cleveland (which is basically the championship here, right?) with two great ways for you to get involved. Draft Party: At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Patch and Solon Panini's will team up and throw a party to celebrate the first round of the draft. We'll be set up at the bar, and we'll be giving away prizes. Hint: You can eat some of the prizes! Live Chat: During the draft party, Patch Editors Chris Mazzolini and Mitch Cooper will be hosting a live chat that will stream on all of Ohio's Patch sites. That will give you the perfect venue to discuss the …
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Here's more information about his visit and how you can get tickets
President Barack Obama will visit Shaker Heights High School Wednesday and talk about the economy. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. at the high school, 15911 Aldersyde Drive, Shaker Heights. The public can enter through the North Gymnasium. Tickets are required, but the event is free and open to the public. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6 p.m. today at the Shaker Heights City School District Administration Building, 15600 Parkland Drive. For security reasons, the White House asks that attendees not bring bags and to limit personal items. No signs or banners are allowed. All attendees will go through airport-like security. Check Cleveland Heights Patch Wednesday for coverage of the event.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Glenn Parrish Jr., 23, of Twinsburg, pleaded not guilty to charges of vehicular homicide and assault in a Cleveland court last week
A Twinsburg man accused of vehicular homicide and assault entered a plea of not guilty on Thursday, July 21, in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. Glenn Parrish Jr., 23, of Sherwin Drive, pleaded not guilty to two charges of vehicular homicide and five counts of vehicular assault. The case report also shows two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Police said on June 18, Parrish was driving a minivan with five passengers when he ran a red light on MLK Boulevard in Cleveland and hit another van. Police said no one in Parrish's van was wearing a seatbelt and two people were ejected from the van. One was pronounced dead at the scene and the other died from injuries while at the hospital. The other passengers recovered …