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Election Q&A: Fornaro runs for school board

Election Q&A: Fornaro runs for school board

Gabriella Di Lalla, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

To prepare for the upcoming Nov. 2 election, The Paw Print's Gabriella Di Lalla has conducted email interviews with candidates running for the Mayfield City Schools Board of Education. The Paw Print has...

Mayfield graduates Shannon Biega (left), Chloey DiBartolo (center), and Alex Ruggieri (right) are organizing the first Woman Up Cleveland event next month.  DiBartolo said, We are so excited for this event, and we cannot wait to meet all of the amazing women who attend!”

Mayfield grads host downtown event

Sampurna Sarkar, Guest Writer June 10, 2021

Three Mayfield alumna have founded a new organization, Woman Up Cleveland, and are planning their inaugural event on July 11 in downtown Cleveland. The event will feature 25 Cleveland women-owned businesses...

The InMotion facility recently re-opened after closing during the pandemic.

InMotion continues to grow while changing lives

Vinnie D'Alessandro, Guest Writer May 21, 2021

Ben Rossi and four others all had a common vision, to help those with Parkinson's disease and so InMotion was created. InMotion is a non-profit in Beachwood, OH created to help people with Parkinson's...

Pizza Roto, located at the corner of Miner and Wilson Mills, made adjustments during the pandemic, such as offering curbside pickup.

Highland Heights pizza shop survives pandemic

Danny Sherman, Guest Writer May 18, 2021

Pizza Roto in Highland Heights did what it could to stay open during COVID-19. Efforts were successful and the two-year-old restaurant is now seeing a steady stream of customers. When the pandemic...

Math Corps will once again take place this summer for middle and high school students.  Paris Bunch, a teacher assistant in the program, said, I dont think I would be the person I am today without Math Corps.

CSU’s Math Corps leaves impact on students

Alonna Hill, Guest Writer May 17, 2021

It’s no secret that many middle and high school students struggle with math and its relevance in daily life, so Cleveland State University set out to change that. As a result, the Math Corps program...

Village Nutrition is open seven days a week and sells shakes, teas, coffees, and other healthy options.

Local business promotes healthy lifestyles

Kelsey Mize, Guest Writer May 14, 2021

Village Nutrition in Mayfield Village has made it their ultimate goal of promoting healthy lifestyles and relationships throughout the Mayfield community. Karen Mangelluzzi, the owner of Village, has...

The seventh and eighth grade students are housed in the former Oakwood Country Club building.

Hebrew Academy plans expansion

Mareike Tietjen, Guest Writer May 13, 2021

Ohio’s largest Orthodox Jewish School, the Hebrew Academy, is building a new campus for the boys school. Dr. Yoel Schwartz, the principal of the boys school, explained this has been a plan for...

Many restaurants are trying to find new ways to stay open. Crostatas on Bishop Road has now opened up a new patio area to allow customers to come in and dine.

Governor’s business shutdown hurts local restaurants

Kevin Bluffestone, Staff Writer May 19, 2020

On March 15, Gov. Mike Dewine ordered that all restaurants close their doors for dine-in, and since then, businesses haven’t been the same. Many small restaurants have taken a hit during these unprecedented...

Since mid-March, Pizzazz employees have been offering curbside pickup to limit traffic in the lobby of their restaurant.  Employee Katelyn Kasprisin said,  I think curbside pickup is a safe and effective way to keep business running while keeping everyone safe.”

Mayfield Village restaurant makes adjustments to stay open

Makayla DePinto, Staff Writer May 4, 2020

While many businesses are closing because of lack of income and inability to follow governmental guidelines, restaurants like Pizzazz Pizzeria in Mayfield Village are making adjustments to remain open. Val...

SCREEN SHARE: Wellspring uses software like Zoom and GoToMeeting to conduct video calls with their firm. The calls help them with their planning and client management.

Lyndhurst business seeks to help clients affected by COVID-19

Chris Capuozzo, Staff Writer/Photographer April 24, 2020

As businesses are starting to shut down because of the inability to receive income from their sales, some businesses, like Wellspring Financial Advisors in Lyndhurst, are starting to step in and help. Michael...

Battelle employees build a Battelle CCDS Critical Care Decontamination System™

Ohio seeks authorization of mask sterilization technology

Abhi Siri, Guest Writer April 8, 2020

On March 29, 2020, Gov. Mike DeWine made a direct appeal to the FDA for full authorization of Columbus-based Battelle’s new mask sterilization technology. The governor said that the FDA had granted...

President Trump delivers the new social distance guidelines from the Rose Garden as he addresses the media.

Trump extends social distancing order

Casey Imoto, Guest Writer April 8, 2020

President Donald Trump has announced that the nationwide social distancing guidelines will remain through the end of April. Previously, Trump issued a two-week timeframe which was set to expire a day...

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