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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
Parma's Neighborhood Revitalization Program demolishing blighted homes

One by one, blighted homes in Parma over the past decade have been demolished through the city's Neighborhood Revitalization Program. As part of that process, earlier this week Parma City Council authorized the transfer of five vacant lots to the Parma Community Improvement Corporation , which is the city's non-profit economic development corporation overseeing the property transfers.

Parma schedules 2018 Ridge Road and Pleasant Valley Road construction projects

Mayor Tim DeGeeter said the city is looking ahead to next summer's Ridge Road resurfacing project from Pleasant Valley Road to the North Royalton border. "The existing roadway is deteriorated," DeGeeter said.

Parma City Council approves Pearl Road variance paving way for medical marijuana dispensary

Last night Parma City Council approved a use variance 8-1 allowing North Coast Therapeutics, LLC. and Great Lakes Medicinal, Inc. to open a medical marijuana dispensary at 5341 Pearl Road. "I was happy Council approved the use variance from an economic development point of view," Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter said.

Heartless Felons gang member charged after police pursuit in Parma, police say

Alexander Washington, 23, of Cleveland faces charges of having weapons while under disability, carrying a concealed weapon and fleeing and eluding, Riley said. His case has been bound over to a Cuyahoga County grand jury.

Ohio executes man convicted of back-to-back 1992 killings

This undated photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections shows Gary Otte. Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Friday, Sept.

Men arrested for throwing rocks at window: Parma Police Blotter

Criminal mischief, Hauserman Road: On Sept. 11, police were dispatched to Hauserman Road regarding two men throwing rocks at a window.

Tri-C celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Held as part of the College's Celebrating Diversity Series, the free programs showcase Hispanic art, music, dance and film while also addressing issues of importance to the Latino community. This traveling project by local artists - including students from Tri-C's Hispanic Council - features original artwork on salvaged doors.

Killer of two in Parma asks Ohio Supreme Court to delay Wednesday execution

A condemned killer of two people in Parma asked the state's highest court Tuesday to delay his upcoming execution so he can argue he was too young at the time of his crimes to be put to death. Attorneys for Gary Otte want the court to follow the ruling of a Kentucky court last month that found the death penalty unconstitutional for people who were under 21 at the time they committed their crimes.

Man who killed two in Parma in 1992 set to be executed Wednesday

Otte, 45, has been in prison for the past 25 years. Wednesday will bring a sense of finality for the families for his victims, but also comes in the midst of legal challenges to the death penalty here and in other states.

Cuyahoga-County 39 mins ago 9:40 p.m.UPDATE | Missing three siblings, ...

An 'Endangered Missing Child Advisory' had been issued by police departments in Parma and Brooklyn for three siblings who were last seen on September 7 in Brooklyn. The children were last seen with their mother, 42-year-old Dianna Hill, who suffers from a mental illness.

Cuyahoga County Judge Calls on Legislators to Stop Ignoring Death Penalty Reform

Gov. John Kasich recently denied clemency to an Indiana man sentenced to die for two murders in Parma. The advocacy group Ohioans To Stop Executions held a forum last week in downtown Cleveland to discuss the future of the death penalty in Ohio.

Massachusetts mother, son admit to helping Parma teen runaway from home

A mother and son from Massachusetts pleaded guilty Monday to helping a 17-year-old girl runaway from her Parma home earlier this year. Renee Hanson, 44, and Michael Julien, 19, of Salem each pleaded guilty to inducing panic and interference of custody charges.

Man found asleep in the roadway, arrested for public intoxication: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Public Intoxication, Independence Boulevard: A Parma man, 52, was arrested for public intoxication and taken into custody for his own safety Sept. 2 after he was found asleep in the roadway.

Drunk man bullies woman: Brook Park police blotter

Disorderly conduct, Smith Road-Meigs Boulevard: A Brook Park man, 34, was arrested at about 12:30 a.m. Aug. 28 after police found him intoxicated and unable to care for himself in his driveway. A neighbor heard an argument between the man and a woman in the driveway.

Man caught drinking Milwaukee's Best in car; drunk woman...

Open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, West Bagley Road: A Parma man, 59, was cited at about 2:30 p.m. Sept. 3 after police caught him with an open can of Milwaukee's Best Ice beer in his Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Don't let federal cuts eviscerate critical efforts to prevent...

Some of the materials used by the Oklahoma City County Health Department in the Teen Pregnancy Prevention program are on display at the health department in Oklahoma City, Monday, July 21, 2014. Some of the materials used by the Oklahoma City County Health Department in the Teen Pregnancy Prevention program are on display at the health department in Oklahoma City, Monday, July 21, 2014.

Ohio Gov delays multiple executions while denying clemency for double ...

As noted and lamented in this recent Fair Punishment Project report , "Prisoners on Ohio's Execution List Defined by Intellectual Impairment, Mental Illness, Trauma, and Young Age," as of the end of August 2017, Ohio had scheduled 26 executions to take place between now and 2020. But as of the start of September 2017, thanks to the clemency/reprieve powers of Ohio Gov John Kasich and as detailed here , Ohio has only 18 executions scheduled to take place between now and 2020 with eight others being pushed back to 2021 and 2022.

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