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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.

Population: 85655
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

Parma News
Mayor of Parma responds after weekend of flooding frustration

"What's especially frustrating is there no quick fix to what is truly a regional problem, but we will continue to systematically work to mitigate flooding issues impacting you and residents across the city." After a weekend of heavy rain and flooding in many local areas , one suburban mayor has written a letter to his residents to try to calm frustrations.

Man who protested racist Indian mascots stole Native American grant money

The Plain Dealer newspaper reported that Cleveland's Robert Roche stole more than $180,000 meant for substance abuse services for Native Americans with the help of grant writing consultant Craig McGuire. He is a member of the Chiricahua Apache tribe and the former executive director of the American Indian Education Center in Parma, Ohio.

Watch Live | Parma man charged with killing 22-month-old son appears in court

Jason Shorter, 41, did not officially enter a plea during his first hearing in Parma Municipal Court. His case was bound over to the Cuyahoga County grand jury, with bond currently set at $1 million on the charge of aggravated murder.

Man reached custody agreement days before son's slaying

This undated photo provided by the Parma Police Department shows Jason Shorter. Court records show Shorter, an Ohio man charged with killing his 20-month-old son had recently signed a custody agreement with the boy's mother.

Cleveland leaders gush with praise of ex-councilman Joe Cimperman ahead of guilty plea

A flurry of civic and business leaders wrote letters in support of former downtown Cleveland city councilman Joe Cimperman as he prepares to formally plead guilty Tuesday to more than two dozen misdemeanor counts of illegally voting on public contracts. Cimperan's lawyer, Roger Synenberg, filed a 109-page sentencing memorandum Monday afternoon asking for Judge Michael Russo to sentence Cimperman to probation when he formally pleads guilty to 26 counts of having an unlawful interest in a public contract .

Parma City Council offering free firearm safety kits to residents

As a teacher in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District, Parma City Council President Sean Brennan is concerned about gun violence in public schools. That's why last year he sought a way to prevent such incidents in the Parma community.

Parma Senior High School celebrates 2018 prom at St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral

Dozens of young couples attended the 2018 Parma Senior High School prom Friday night at the Astrodome of Parma, a party center behind St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral on State Road. This year's prom theme was, "A Night at the Silver Screen."

Dennis Kucinich lost Cuyahoga County, but won Cleveland, Parma: Cuyahoga gubernatorial vote analysis

Dennis Kucinich, whose roots politically track back to being a Cleveland councilman and then mayor, lost to Richard Cordray statewide and in Cuyahoga County in Tuesday's gubernatorial primary, but he won in his hometown and some suburbs. Kucinich also won in Bedford, Bedford Heights, Brook Park, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, East Cleveland, Euclid, Garfield Heights, Linndale, Maple Heights, Newburgh Heights, Parma and Parma Heights.

Apartment resident reports thief took items from storage locker: Parma Police Blotter

Theft, Knollwood Drive: On May 3, police were dispatched to a Knollwood Drive apartment complex after a resident discovered someone forced open a storage locker and took various items. Breaking and entering, Brookpark Road: On May 3, police were dispatched to a Brookpark Road restaurant after an employee discovered someone broke out a window and rummaged through several areas of the building.

Drunk Parma driver admits to drinking at work: North Royalton Police Blotter

The car was pulled over near Timber Ridge Drive. While talking to the Parma driver, the officer smelled booze.

Drunk Parma man passed out in car: Brooklyn Police Blotter

Disorderly conduct, Tiedeman Road: On May 5, police were dispatched to Carrabba's Italian Grill regarding a highly-intoxicated man seen sleeping in his car, which was parked in the parking lot. Drug paraphernalia, Memphis Avenue: On May 5, Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office detained a Parma Heights woman for stealing at a Lorain Road Marc's.

Parma schools tax fails, Shaker library tax passes: May 2018 election results

This is the second tax increase failure for the district in the past two years. Superintendent Carl Hilling in a letter supporting the tax increase said the district would need to cut $9.5 million over the next two years if the tax issue failed.

Two roofers shocked by live wire at Parma home; one in critical condition

Two roofers are hospitalized, and one is in critical condition, after they were shocked by a live wire Tuesday afternoon at a Parma home, police said. A 29-year-old and 24-year-old men were hurt just before 4 p.m. while performing work at a home on Meadow Lane near Sherwood Drive, police said.

Polish Village Parma Constitution Day Celebration Parade and Party draws crowds to Ridge Road

One big parade followed by pierogies and polka music was how a couple thousand people enjoyed their Sunday in Parma. The 70th annual Polish Village Parma Constitution Day Celebration Parade stepped off from Parma Circle and proceeded down Ridge Road to a party at the Unity Catholic Credit Union parking lot.

Brook Park mayor indicates desire to leave Parma dispatch center

Brook Park City Council will decide whether the city will leave the services of the Parma Regional Dispatch Center to pursue a contract elsewhere. He addressed the matter after a resident spoke about it during public comment and said information already had been disclosed on Facebook.

Ridge-Brook Elementary Principal named Ohio PTA District 12 Educator of the Year

It's been a busy school year for Ridge-Brook Elementary Principal Steve Perry, who vowed to visit the homes of all 350 students attending the Parma school. His efforts drew the attention of the Parma Council PTA.

Laurel Garden Club plans annual plant sale: Sun Postings

The event, which is open to the public, will take place 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 19 at Brooklyn Senior Center, 7727 Memphis Ave. Featured items will include professionally grown perennials, annuals, herbs and vegetables. There will be a large variety of plants, including selections Student leaders: The student government at Cuyahoga Community College's Western Campus in Parma recently elected its new officers for the 2018-2019 school year.

Man charged in shooting of Parma man selling Yeezy sneakers on Instagram

A Cleveland man is accused of shooting a Parma man and stealing his designer Yeezy sneakers he advertised on Instagram, police say. Rio Huston, 20, is charged with aggravated robbery.

Shoplifter cited for drug abuse: Parma Police Blotter

Drug abuse, W. Ridgewood Drive: On April 25, a Marc's employee watched a shopper steal merchandise from the W. Ridgewood Drive store. An arriving officer located the Cleveland man, who was cited for shoplifting.

Cleveland man with Parma warrant cited for drug abuse: Brooklyn Police Blotter

Drug abuse, Memphis Avenue: On April 28, police observed a car whose owner had a suspended license. While talking to the Cleveland man, it turned out he had a warrant from the Parma Police.

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