Parma celebrates Constitution Day

May 20, 2018 by  

Parma and the Parma Polish Village recently celebrated Polish Village Parma Constitution Day with a parade, followed by polkas and pierogies, according to an article on Cleveland.com. This was the [Read more]

Celebrated chef to visit Parma

April 16, 2018 by  

Celebrity chef Michael Symon will be in Parma soon to talk with fans and sign his book, ‘Michael Symon’s Playing with Fire’, which he co-wrote with Doug Trattner, a food writer.

Symon, a native of [Read more]

Parma considers tax rebate for Pitt Ohio

March 24, 2018 by  

Pitt Ohio, a trucking company based in Pittsburgh, is developing a complex in Parma, and the Parma city council is considering awarding an Economic Development Grant to the company.

Shelly Cullins, a [Read more]

Young Professionals of Parma hosting meeting

February 16, 2018 by  

In order to bring awareness to the group and its goals, and to increase membership, the Young Professionals of Parma is hosting a meeting soon. The [Read more]

Parma mayor outlines 2018’s projects

January 27, 2018 by  

Recently, Tim DeGeeter, the mayor of Parma, outlined what he sees as the projects the city will tackle in the coming year. These include rebranding the city center, repaving streets and roads, and [Read more]

Celtic Christmas coming to Parma

December 12, 2017 by  

The Parma Symphony Orchestra is planning to give its audiences an Irish holiday this year, when it joins with Tomáseen Foley’s group to present the [Read more]

Former Parma High students inducted into Hall of Fame

November 29, 2017 by  

A selection of 10 former Parma Senior High School students were inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame by its Alumni Association recently.

The 10 were chosen from a [Read more]

Parma resident’s “Star Wars” Halloween display a hit

October 25, 2017 by  

One Parma man has created such an amazing Halloween display that people are coming from all over the state to see it. [Read more]

Parma Heights continues theater renovation

September 24, 2017 by  

A recent $50,000 grant from the state of Ohio has allowed Parma Heights to continue working on the renovation of the Cassidy Theatre building in Parma Heights, using [Read more]

Parma schools start earlier this year

August 26, 2017 by  

School districts in Parma and across the state are starting the academic year earlier than ever. In Parma, students went back to school on August 16, 2017, a week earlier than last year. [Read more]

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