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Parma is located in northeastern Ohio, southwest of Cleveland. The city is named after Parma, New York. It is speculated that both the Ohio and New York towns were named during the 19th century fascination with classical Italy. Notable residents have included Hector Boiari, better known as Chef Boyardee, actor Sean Faris (Never Back Down), and actor Ted Levine (Silence of the Lambs, Monk). Also, the original theme song to "The Drew Carey Show" was called "Moon Over Parma," which referenced the city and many of the surrounding communities.
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer Cleveland Free Times
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Indians Cleveland Rockers
Local Colleges: Bryant & Stratton College Cuyahoga Community College: Western Campus
Zip Codes associated with parma, ohio:
44129 44130 44134
Towns/Cities near parma, ohio : Seven Hills Parma Heights Brook Park Middleburg Hieghts Berea
Drunk driver hits police car on Pearl Road: Parma Heights Police Blotter
While talking to the woman, the officer smelled alcohol. After failing a field sobriety test, the driver was cited for drunken driving.Inaugural Best of Parma contest draws plenty of interest among residents and business community
When Chelsey Kovar kicked off the inaugural Best of Parma contest earlier this year, the longtime resident and business owner admittedly didn't know what to expect. More than 300 nominations and 3,000 votes later, the 2005 Parma Senior High School graduate said the entire endeavor has been a huge success.Former Parma high schools sign language interpreter sentenced for sexual conduct with student
A former sign language interpreter working in Parma schools was sentenced to two years probation for having sexual contact with a 14-year-old student in the Cleveland Metroparks. Mason worked for the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County and was assigned to work at Parma Senior High School.Cleveland shoplifters attempt to elude police: Parma Police Blotter
Shoplifting, State Road: On March 9, police were dispatched to a State Road business regarding two shoplifters. An arriving officer located the thieves, a Cleveland man and woman.Parma invites area agencies and residents to attend Water Summit scheduled for March 22
With memories still vivid of last summer's flooding in Parma, City Council is holding a free Water Summit scheduled for 6 p.m. March 22 at the Cuyahoga County Public Library Parma-Snow branch auditorium. "The idea was to get ahead of some of these questions we sometimes receive when we have a summer rain or flood," Ward 9 Councilman Jeffrey A. Crossman said.Parma focuses next Public Safety Forum around 'Growing Opioid Epidemic'
After holding a similar event last year, the city announced its next Public Safety Forum "The Growing Opioid Epidemic and How it Affects Our Community" taking place at 7 p.m. March 21 at the Cuyahoga County Public Library Parma Branch. "Last year's forum was the most well-attended," Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said.Cleveland man arrested with drugs in car: Parma Police Blotter
Drug abuse, Chevrolet Boulevard: During a Feb. 28 traffic stop, police discovered a Cleveland man was in possession of suspected felony drugs. He was arrested for drug abuse.Driver with warrant also arrested with marijuana: Broadview Heights Police Blotter
Drug abuse, I-77: On Jan. 29, police observed a heavily damaged red Hyundai Electra without a front license plate traveling southbound on I-77. While talking to the driver, who admitted to having a warrant for his arrest, the officer smelled marijuana.Chad Stein stands in front of some of the thousands of boxes of...
The president of arguably Norwalk's fastest growing firm, SC Strategic Solutions, Stein graduated from St. Paul in 1997 just days after he stood atop the awards stand as the state discus champion. He then went on to John Carroll where he was a two-time All-American in the same event.Padua Franciscan High School senior named Maltz Museum's Stop the Hate contest finalist
When Padua Franciscan High School senior Peyton Lunder was instructed in her creative writing class to write a personal essay to be entered into the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's 10th annual Stop the Hate contest, the Parma resident decided this was her time to take ownership of her past and perhaps help others do the same. "We were supposed to write something that was meaningful to us," Lunder said.Parma police investigating alleged threat made against school
Police in Parma are continuing to investigate an alleged threat that was made against a local grade school by one of its students. Authorities at St. Columbkille Catholic School told police on Sunday they were worried of a possible school shooting, and investigators later found a picture of a gun on a student's Instagram account with a phrase referencing a shooting, although no specific school was mentioned.Tracking the rise of Cleveland-area gamer bars and cafes
When businessman Tom Jenkins opened the We Play Cafe on Brookpark Road in Parma, he included board games, an amenity that customers are seeing in more and more bars and cafes across the country. We Play was previously VR Rage, a cafe that gave customers the chance to play virtual-reality games.Parma City Council considering payroll tax rebate program for Pitt Ohio
City Council is expected to award an Economic Development Grant to Pitt Ohio for its proposed 23-acre Chevrolet Boulevard complex. "It's exciting this year we'll be moving forward on the long-anticipated project," Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said.Watch Tri-C officers experience simulated school shooting on tech planned for police trainees
Hundreds of current and prospective Northeast Ohio police officers may soon train on an immersive simulator that requires them to make quick decisions in high-pressure scenarios like mass shootings. Cuyahoga Community College's Public Safety Training Center is looking to add a state-of-the-art training simulator to prepare police officers for scenarios ranging from traffic stops to mass shootings.Trustees name Dr. Amit Singh president of Edmonds Community College
The Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted at its March 2 meeting to offer Singh the job. He accepted and will begin work June 25, a college announcement said.Parma City Schools hires Euclid Superintendent to lead district
Barely a month after Parma City Schools Superintendent Carl Hilling announced his retirement effective July 31, the Board of Education last night named Euclid City Schools Superintendent Charles Smialek as his replacement. "Parma just seems like a great opportunity," Smialek said.Live Updates | Winter Storm Warning issued until noon Friday; Heavy snow expected
March is indeed coming in 'like a lion' in Northeast Ohio as a Winter Storm Warning moves in Thursday night. The NWS predicts heavy snow with total accumulations of 7 to 10 inches in some areas.More than 200 people without power in Cuyahoga County
Theft, Broadview Road: On Feb. 18, police were dispatched to Panera Bread on Broadview Road regarding a stolen wallet. An arriving officer talked to the Parma woman, who said a man sat behind her table.Parma Mayor's State of the City promotes housing values,...
Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter's seventh State of the City was held Monday evening at the Sheet Metal Workers Local #33 Cleveland Training Center on Corporate Drive. "I'm proud when I think of our city's reputation as one of the safest cities for our size, when I think of our diverse and livable neighborhoods, our quality of life, our businesses and our great residents," DeGeeter said.
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