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New Wheels at the Senior Center

After a rough winter and years of trips all over the city, the Euclid Senior Center was in need of a new van.  The Community Development Supplemental Grant program through Cuyahoga County’s Department of Development provided the perfect opportunity to apply for a new transportation van for the Center. Early this year, the County awarded 21 municipalities and nonprofits with grant funding for programs in their communities.

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 11:05 AM, 06.07.2018

25 years of Bagel Buddies

Congratulations to Bagel Buddies on celebrating their 25th anniversary. Diane Schwarz has seen it all. There were partners. There were floods (just last week). But mostly there is an army of regulars dedicated to the excellent coffee and delicious treats that she has been serving.

Bagel buddies has excellent bagels. All your favorite styles and flavors. They also have some of the most delicious muffins you have ever tasted. And there is more! Breakfast sandwiches, wraps for lunch, really good food prepared quickly and with a smile.

Bagel buddies is located at 20070 Lake Shore Blvd., right across the street from Our Lady of the Lake church. They are open Monday through Friday from 6 AM to 1 PM, and Saturday and Sunday from 7 AM till noon.

Stop in and say hi to Diane. Sit at the counter and have a steaming cup of coffee served by her friendly staff. Gossip with all the interesting neighbors. Relax and enjoy one of the true gems of our city.

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 11:05 AM, 06.07.2018

Euclid Wind Festival Returns June 16th!

The Euclid Wind Festival, presented by the City of Euclid and Shore Cultural Centre, has an array of activities for the entire family derived from and in celebration of the wind, of which there is an abundance on the shores of Lake Erie. The event will take place Saturday, June 16 from 3:00- 8:00pm at Sims Park, located at 22131 Lakeshore Boulevard in downtown Euclid.  

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 11:05 AM, 06.07.2018

Lincoln Electric Ribbon-Cutting

Lincoln Electric held an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony March 21st to celebrate the grand opening of its new Welding Technology & Training Center in Euclid. The event highlights Lincoln Electric’s expanded educational offering and commemorates the centennial anniversary of its welding school, the longest-running welding school in the world.

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Volume 9, Issue 4, Posted 3:19 PM, 04.04.2018

Seeking Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) for Youth

CASA of Cuyahoga County, a program of Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County, recruits, screens, trains, and supports volunteers who act as independent fact-finders for the court in cases involving child abuse and neglect. 

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Volume 9, Issue 4, Posted 3:19 PM, 04.04.2018

State of the City

On Feb. 22, Euclid Mayor Gail addressed members of the chamber, local businesses and the community over lunch at the Irish-American Club. The mayor introduced two tables of city employees in attendance then shared her commitment statement to provide Euclid residents and businesses with “the best services in a cost-effective and innovative manner.” She said there are three themes that consistently surface in her work with the city: investment, resilience and innovation.

She spoke mainly about investment, including the new Amazon fulfillment center, other new businesses, and business and school expansions. She mentioned the recently created master plan and its goals for residents, businesses and infrastructure: stay, prosper, play, connect, engage and preserve. Finally, the mayor acknowledged the investment in safety by the police and fire departments. The police department received many prestigious safety awards for its work in 2017 and responded to 43,471 calls, while the fire department answered 10,825 fire and EMS calls.

The mayor closed the luncheon by looking forward toward more investment, resilience and innovation in 2018.

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Volume 9, Issue 3, Posted 11:09 AM, 03.10.2018

Girl Scouts Fifth Annual Socks of Love Service Project

For the fifth year in a row, The Girl Scout Troops from Ss. Robert and William School collected enough donations from family, community, parish members and local businesses to fill a record 330 "Socks of Love." These sock bundles included a new pair of socks, one stuffed into the other, and filled with toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, a toothbrush and toothpaste. These 330 Socks of Love were donated to the Shower Program at St. Malachi Center in Cleveland. Excess toiletries were donated to Forbes House in Lake County. This annual Service Project has grown progressively over the last 5 years.

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Volume 9, Issue 2, Posted 2:00 PM, 02.10.2018

Amazon Delivers for HELP Foundation

Mayor Kirsten Gail opened this year’s Euclid Holiday Celebration at Shore Cultural Center on December 1st with her warmest wishes for a joyous holiday season and the introduction of a few special guests. With a twinkle of festive joy in her eye the Mayor introduced Amanda Lovelace Tobicash from Amazon as well as Doug Knoop with HELP Foundation. Amazon is Euclid’s newest business resident and already a wonderful neighbor, and HELP was honored to have a few residents that they serve in Euclid chosen to light this year’s Christmas tree. Just before the tree was to be lit Amazon made Christmas come early for HELP Foundation as they presented a donation of $10,000 to support HELP’s mission!

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Volume 9, Issue 1, Posted 4:06 PM, 01.15.2018

Rick Case Honda Invests $500,000 with New Building Addition

On Thursday, December 21st dozens of Rick Case Honda executives, members of the Euclid Chamber of Commerce, and City of Euclid officials and employees gathered to celebrate the opening of a 2,250 square foot addition to the existing dealership on East 200th Street just off of I-90.

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Volume 9, Issue 1, Posted 4:06 PM, 01.15.2018

Former St. Roberts Property Serves as Construction Staging Area

The City of Euclid owns 310 parcels of property of various shapes and sizes scattered throughout the City.  Some parcels make up larger pieces of property – such as City Hall or the sledding hill on Euclid Avenue, while others are oddly configured leftover properties that serve little purpose.  In a continuing exploration of this issue, this space will look at several key properties to understand why the City owns the property and its long term plans for these properties.

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Volume 9, Issue 1, Posted 4:06 PM, 01.15.2018

Euclid Welcomes Northeast Factory Direct

Euclid is thrilled to welcome Northeast Factory Direct to the city!  Friday, November 24th was the official grand opening where Mayor Gail, Director Holody, members of City Council, EPD Chief Meyer, Euclid Chamber of Commerce Director Sheila Gibbons and others were on hand to welcome Northeast Factory Direct founder Alex Nemeth and his staff to the city of Euclid.  Northeast Factory Direct takes the place of the former B&B Appliance, which served Euclid and northeast Ohio for 93 years.  Northeast Factory Direct looks forward to continuing the legacy of high quality, great value, and customer service to the residents of Euclid and northeast Ohio.  If you are looking for furniture, a hot tub, or kitchen cabinets, please stop in to see what they have to offer and welcome them to Euclid!  Northeast Factory Direct is located at 24470 Lakeland Blvd, Euclid.   

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Volume 8, Issue 12, Posted 10:03 AM, 12.08.2017

Cleveland Artists Coming Together To Support Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico was ravaged by hurricane Maria, leaving millions in need of water, shelter and other goods.  Local artists Eileen Sheehan and Linda Zolten Wood have come together to help families in need on the island. They were inspired by the efforts of local chef and TV personality Lisa Pucci Delgado, who has been working hard since Maria hit to facilitate supply shipments through Amazon to her isolated mountain hometown of Piedra Azul. After seeing the devastation in Puerto Rico, they created the idea of selling donated art from local Cleveland artists to raise funds for Puerto Rican relief efforts.  Well known Cleveland artist, Hector Vega, and graphic designer, Richard Romero, volunteered to be involved in the fundraiser and brought with them valuable resources.  

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Volume 8, Issue 12, Posted 10:03 AM, 12.08.2017

Euclid Holiday Celebration Returns December 1st!

A much anticipated holiday tradition returns with the 6th Annual Euclid Holiday Celebration taking place on Friday, December 1 2017. The event will be held from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Triangle Park, which is located in front of the Shore Cultural Centre, 291 East 222nd St., in Downtown Euclid. This festive event features horse drawn wagon rides, free entertainment, activities and crafts for children, along with the lighting of the holiday tree and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus. A Holiday Church Choir Concert will be held in the auditorium, and the Holiday Bistro on the lower level of Shore will be serving a wide variety of foods for dine-in or to go. We are excited to have the Ice Sculptor return to create festive art during the event. The City of Euclid and Shore Cultural Centre are proud to present this very special holiday event and are pleased to have Euclid Hospital as our Silver Sponsor, along with the support of many other community businesses and organizations. For information about how you can become a sponsor of this wonderful community festival, and for more event details, visit online at www.shoreculturalcentre.com/holiday or call 216-289-8578.  

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Volume 8, Issue 11, Posted 1:17 PM, 11.03.2017

Amazon Fulfillment Center Coming to Euclid

Amazon has announced it will build a new 650,000 square foot fulfillment center at the former Euclid Square Mall site bringing 1000 new jobs.  The City of Euclid has been working with Seefried Industrial Properties, Amazon and many regional economic development partners since March to make this project happen.  “We are thrilled to welcome Amazon and Seefried Industrial Properties to the City of Euclid,” said City of Euclid Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail. “The Euclid Square Mall site has been a prime target of our redevelopment efforts.  While some saw a vacant mall, we saw an opportunity for growth and development. This project is a fantastic addition to the investment we are seeing in our industrial corridor and will provide valuable employment opportunities for our residents.” 

This project would not have happened without the leadership, professionalism and tenacity of Planning and Development Director Jonathan Holody and the whole team of Directors and staff who contributed in many important ways.  It was a true team effort as the City worked with local and regional economic development partners including Greater Cleveland Partnership, Team NEO, Jobs Ohio, Cuyahoga County, the Ohio Department of Transportation, and Euclid City Council to make this transformative project a reality.  Euclid City Council approved the rezoning of the property from retail to industrial to allow for this development.

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Volume 8, Issue 10, Posted 3:26 PM, 10.08.2017

HGR Welcomes the Annual F*SHO

HGR Industrial Surplus hosted the ninth annual F*SHO on September 15th at its headquarters on Euclid Avenue.  This free event gives members of the public the chance to meet skilled local furniture-makers, craftspeople, and artists, all while admiring the fruits of their labors.  The F*SHO was organized by Jason and Amanda Radcliffe, the husband and wife team behind 44 Steel, who take the event to a different location every year. 

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Volume 8, Issue 10, Posted 3:26 PM, 10.08.2017

Our Lady of the Lake Named School of the Year

Students and staff of Our Lady of the Lake School celebrated at a special pep rally on September 15, in honor of being named School of the Year. The Ohio Lottery’s Partners in Education program selects one school each year from throughout the State. Our Lady of the Lake joined the Partners in Education program when second-grader Alaya McMillian was nominated by her teacher, Ms Zbiegien, after the student went beyond expectations, organizing a toy drive to benefit a local homeless shelter. Read more about Alaya, and about how the school celebrated, on page XX.

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Volume 8, Issue 10, Posted 3:26 PM, 10.08.2017

Join in on the fun: This Is Euclid Art Walk celebrates a revitalizing, walkable downtown Euclid

The City of Euclid is hosting its second “This Is Euclid” Art Walk in downtown Euclid on Friday, September 22nd from 6-11pm. The free community event is to take place in the newly renovated Triangle Park at Shore Cultural Centre and along the sidewalks and storefronts on Lakeshore Boulevard between E.218th Street and E.228th Street.

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Volume 8, Issue 9, Posted 4:31 PM, 09.14.2017

Bistro 185 is Better Than Ever

I have had a lot of good times and good food in the beautiful blonde brick building at 991 E. 185th St. Starting with fish fries  at Fritz's with my parents. Then later, watched  some great bands there during the jazz-Uncle John's stage.  Ruth and Marc Levine had a really successful run as Chef owners. I have to tell you, I think this current version is my favorite.

Chef Ryan Kaston purchased the Bistro  in September of 2016. There were a few bumps in the road. There were some personnel changes. Everything has been straightened out and Bistro 185 is now putting out some gorgeous, inventive, and delicious food. The service is back to excellent.

Focusing on fresh seafood and local ingredients the menu is very accessible. Old favorites have stayed on the menu, some with a new twist. On our most recent visit we had two of the specials.  I had the Canary Rockfish served on a bed of white onion risotto with fresh tomato and herb consommé. My partner had the 7 ounce certified Angus beef filet served with fingerling potatoes, seared asparagus,  fried onion, and tomato garlic confit. Both were scrumptious.

Not only the entrees are  amazing. The unique happy hour food and appetizers, including super  fresh mussels are delicious. To complete your meal, be sure to finish with a not-to be missed dessert, hand crafted with love by Miss Vicki. Start to finish the meal is perfection .

There have been changes to the staff. Miss Amy Pheneger who you may remember from the Grovewood, has been added to the bar. An old veteran has returned and some excellent new hirs have been made. These additions added to your all-time favorites on the wait staff, have returned the service at the Bistro to 5 stars.

If you are a regular like me, then keep coming back. If you used to love this place, but happened to come during one of those small bumps in the road, come on back. You'll be happy you did.

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Volume 8, Issue 7, Posted 11:11 AM, 07.07.2017

Euclid Master Plan: Third Public Meeting Scheduled for Wednesday, July 12th

In 2016 the City of Euclid was awarded a Master Plan to be prepared by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. A Master Plan inventories current conditions, outlines a community’s vision for the future and then describes concrete, specific action steps community leaders can undertake to accomplish that growth and development.

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Volume 8, Issue 7, Posted 11:11 AM, 07.07.2017

Sammich Joins Euclid’s Growing Restaurant Scene

Chef/owner Randy Carter of Jack Flaps and Jack Flaps Luncheonette, both in Cleveland, quietly opened a new concept in Euclid on E. 185th Street in April. Sammich focuses on fresh, quality ingredients to create delicious sandwiches perfect for lunch or dinner. The shop also sells meat by the pound and whole, house-made smoked turkeys in addition to catered party trays.

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Volume 8, Issue 5, Posted 4:01 PM, 05.07.2017

The Big Clean: Citywide Clean-up Saturday, May 6th 2017

The City of Euclid is proud to announce that we are becoming an affiliate of ‘Keep Ohio/America Beautiful’, a leading national nonprofit with a mission to empower communities to take greater responsibility for improving our local environment through litter prevention, beautification, community greening, waste reduction and recycling.

Do your part to keep Euclid beautiful during a week-long effort (May 6-13th), kicking off with THE BIG CLEAN on Saturday, May 6th 2017 at 9:00am at Villa Angela-St. Joseph (VASJ) School (18491 Lakeshore Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44119).


In conjunction with Euclid Beach Adopt-A-Beach and Keep Euclid Beautiful, the City of Euclid will provide free supplies (trash bags, gloves, pickers) to residents of Euclid and North Collinwood.

How to get involved:

1)Register online @ http://www.cityofeuclid.com/residents/KeepAmericaEuclidBeautiful as an individual or group (your block club, church congregation, and coworkers make for great groups!)

2)Pick up supplies at the check-in location at Villa Angela-St. Joseph (VASJ) School on Saturday, May 6th between 9:00-9:30am.

3)Pick up trash within your designated area (when registering online please indicate your preference to clean your street, neighborhood park or be assigned wherever help is needed).

4)Celebrate! All volunteers are invited to a post clean-up celebration at VASJ. More details will be provided at time of check-in,

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Volume 8, Issue 4, Posted 5:16 PM, 04.11.2017

Euclid Master Plan: Second Public Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

In 2016 the City of Euclid was awarded a Master Plan to be prepared by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. A Master Plan inventories current conditions, outlines a community’s vision for the future and then describes concrete, specific action steps community leaders can undertake to accomplish that growth and development.

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Volume 8, Issue 3, Posted 4:01 PM, 03.09.2017

Euclid Public Library Foundation Host Sold-Out Beer Tasting & Talk Event

On Friday, January 27, the Euclid Public Library Foundation hosted an after-hours Beer Tasting and Talk Fundraiser at the Euclid Public Library presented by John Staunton of Merchant du Vin. The sold-out event featured pours of the finest beers from some of the oldest breweries in the world.

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Volume 8, Issue 2, Posted 5:57 PM, 02.08.2017

Harvard Soul Bistro - Cozy and Delicious

A cozy and delicious alternitive to the local food scene has opened at 317 East 200th street. Open for busines since last Thanksgiving, the Harvard Soul Bistro is part of a restauruant group which is comprised of the Harvard Wine and Grille, Take Five, Five Points, and Diablo's. The friendly manager Lori, assured me that the high food quality and excellent service reputation has continued at their new Harvard Soul Bistro.

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Volume 8, Issue 2, Posted 5:57 PM, 02.08.2017

Euclid Finance Department Receives Award

The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the City of Euclid by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).  The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management. 

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Volume 8, Issue 1, Posted 12:20 PM, 01.13.2017

Infield Chiropractic Moves to New Location

Infield Chiropractic has moved to a new location at 22570 Lakeshore Blvd.  After four years at our previous location we have outgrown our space.  We have decided to stay in Euclid and purchased the former Curves building about two years ago.  Since then we have fully remodeled the interior and exterior of the building.  We have been able to reinvest without passing the cost along to our patients, keeping our rates the same as the day we opened.  Yes, we still offer $20 sports physicals for the community’s youth! This is a large investment in this community for a small business like ours.  We plan on being in Euclid for a very long time and have come across some wonderful people in our time here so far.  Dr. Paul has been very busy, not just taking care of patients but also by being very active in the community.   He currently sits on the board of directors for the Euclid Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Ohio Academy of Chiropractic, and the Shore Culture Centre.  In addition due to Dr. Paul being a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, he has been chosen for a volunteer role with the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine staff and is volunteering his time with the Euclid High School volleyball team.  Thanks to the demand for high quality Chiropractic Care and the amount of time Dr. Paul spends working with various organizations in the community and nationwide, it was time to expand our staff.  We have brought in an Associate Chiropractor, Dr. Michael Lozitsky, to help provide more same day appointments and also brought on two additional staff members to help with day to day flow.  Infield Chiropractic is looking forward to serving Euclid and surrounding communities for many years to come.  

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Volume 8, Issue 1, Posted 12:20 PM, 01.13.2017

Bronze Medallion Unveiled at the Joseph Farrell Memorial Fishing Pier

On a crisp autumn afternoon in early November, Mayor Holzheimer Gail welcomed a crowd of two dozen elected officials, community stakeholders, artists, engineers and family members of the late former City Council President Joseph Farrell to his namesake pier in Sims Park.

The event unveiled a four-foot diameter bronze medallion which was sculpted by Cleveland-based artist Ron Dewey and cast by Euclid artists Lisa and Mark Olitsky, owners of Studio Foundry. The medallion’s design, by the City of Euclid’s Community Projects Manager Allison Lukacsy-Love, was inspired by SmithGroupJJR’s waterfront banners and compass roses often seen on nautical structures.  The medallion sits on the northern end of the pier.

Among those gathered was State Representative Kent Smith and Senator Kenny Yuko, former City of Euclid Mayor Bill Cervenik, Councilwoman Charlene Mancuso and Councilman Daryl Langman as well as representatives from the City’s staff and police department. Ginny Farrell, wife of Joseph, and daughter Katie and her three children were recognized along with their extended family in memory of Joseph.

“It is so special to have the Farrell family with us this afternoon to unveil this unique piece of public art,” remarked Mayor Holzheimer Gail. “Joseph’s dedication to public service and commitment to education touched the lives of thousands of people in and around our community. His life’s work continues to burn bright in the memories of those who were fortunate to know him.”

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Volume 7, Issue 12, Posted 6:37 PM, 12.04.2016