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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
Police help firefighters extinguish fire; intoxicated man damages...
Fire, Grosse Drive: Police assisted firefighters as they extinguished a house fire at about 12:55 a.m. Sept. 11 on the 6400 block of Grosse.Lost Parma man arrested for drunken driving: North Royalton Police Blotter
Drunken driving, State Road: On Aug. 19, police observed a red Tesla without a front license plate traveling on Wallings Road. The car was pulled over on State Road.Drunk driver attempts to flee from officers: Parma Police Blotter
Drunken driving, Westminster Drive: On Sept. 12, police observed a car which they suspected was being driven by a drunk driver.Parma's annual sidewalk program includes area around John Muir Elementary
This year, Parma Economic Development & Community Services Director Erik Tollerup said the city is focusing on three areas of the community, including sidewalks around John Muir Elementary School. "We're doing W. 24th Street between Brookpark Road and John Muir Elementary as a handicap accessibility project, as well as providing walkability for kids that walk to school," Tollerup said.Breed-specific legislation opponents speak at Parma City Council meeting
Breed-specific legislation opponents spoke at Monday's Parma City Council meeting in hopes of convincing officials to lift its pit bull ban. One of the attendees who voiced her opinion during the public comment section of the meeting was Lakewood resident Jennifer Scott, who exactly a year ago made news when her pit bull mix Charlie was ordered to leave Lakewood.Parma man robbed at gunpoint, stuffed in trunk in Cleveland
A Parma man was robbed at gunpoint and stuffed in the trunk of a car after a night of drinking, according to police reports. No arrests have been made in connection with the incident that happened Wednesday on West 25th Street near Denison Avenue, in the city's Brooklyn Centre neighborhood.Second annual Parma Quarry District Picnic scheduled for Sept. 23
In an effort to promote awareness around Parma's Quarry District, which is the intersection of Broadview and Snow roads, City Council Representatives Kristin Saban and Jeff Crossman are hosting a second community gathering. The Quarry District Picnic takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at West Creek Park Reservation's Keystone Pavilion.Parma Heights resident George Chanter celebrates a century: Sun Postings
Friends and family of Parma Heights resident George Chanter threw one whopper of a surprise party for him on Sept. 15 at Cassidy Theatre in Parma Heights.Touch a Truck is a big hit with kids, families
A steady stream of families headed to the UH Parma Health Education Center on State Road Sept. 16 for the fourth annual Touch a Truck event, presented by Parma Early Childhood PTA .Parma police searching for missing boy last seen Friday afternoon
Parma police are searching for an 11-year-old boy who was last seen Friday afternoon headed to a park on Parma's northwest side, police say. Antonio Reynolds was last seen leaving his home on Knollwood Drive in Parma around 4 p.m. Friday to go play basketball at Marlborough Park, police say.MISSING | Parma 11-year-old has not been seen since Friday afternoon
Authorities say Antonio Reynolds left his apartment on Knollwood Drive around 4 p.m. yesterday and was supposed to go play basketball with friends in Marlborough Park. However, he has not been seen or heard from since.Brooklyn City Council approves move to Cuyahoga Valley Emergency Dispatch Center
City Council earlier this week unanimously approved moving the city's police and fire dispatch services to the Brecksville-based Cuyahoga Valley Emergency Dispatch Center, which is part of the Chagrin Valley Radio Dispatch. The move, which comes three years after the city joined the Parma Regional Dispatch Center, requires Brooklyn to pay a $288,000 buy-in cost , as well as a $40,915 monthly fee.NEORSD dredging Parma's Bonnie Banks detention basin
The flood-prone Bonnie Banks detention basin, located west of York Road and north of Sprague Road, is the focus of a $634,000 Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District project taking place this fall. "We've had some history of flooding over the years," Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said.Parma adding new playground to recently updated Ries Park
The renovation of Ries Park continues this fall with the addition of a new playground in the northeast corner of the Forestwood Drive location. "I think we really maximized our money with a nice structure coming in that will accommodate kids from 5 years old to teenagers," Parma Parks and Rec Director Mickey Vittardi said.Parma Early Childhood PTA invites community to Touch a Truck: Sun Postings
There will be trucks, balloons, a helicopter landing and liftoff, face painting, food and more at the fourth annual Parma Early Childhood PTA Touch a Truck event noon to 5 p.m. Sept. 16 at University Hospitals Parma Health Education Center 7300 State Road, Parma.ODOT moves up new Ridge Road repaving project to 2019 or 2020
The invasion of orange barrels shows no sign of slowing down in Parma with the recent news ODOT has moved up its scheduled repaving of Ridge Road from Pleasant Valley Road to Pearl Road. "ODOT moved up that project three years after we worked with them, brought them out and showed the condition of the road," Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said.Drunk resident arrested with drugs: Parma Police Blotter
Drunken driving, Woodrow Avenue: On Aug. 31, police were called to a car crash where a Parma resident hit a parked vehicle. While talking to the man, 19, police smelled booze.Parma Early Childhood PTA Touch a Truck returns Sept. 16 at UH Parma Health Education Center
Whether it's checking out a police car, ambulance or helicopter, kids and families love attending the Parma Early Childhood PTA Touch a Truck. "We have more than 20 different unique cars, trucks and vehicles this year for people to check out with their kids and meet local heroes - fire, police," Touch a Truck Event Director Chelsey Kovar said.Independence Historical Society hosts Food Truck Friday: Sun Postings
The final Food Truck Friday of the season will be 4-7 p.m. Sept. 7 at Historic Hall, 6675 Brecksville Road, Independence.Overdosed resident cited for disorderly conduct: Parma Police Blotter
Theft, Tucson Drive: On Aug. 20, a Tucson Drive resident discovered a package of medication was stolen from his front porch. There are no suspects.
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