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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 council passes ordinance for street, curb repairs

The orange barrel season is upon us, and residents in Parma will be seeing a lot of them in the coming months before the snow flies. At a special meeting July 24, council unanimously passed an ordinance authorizing the mayor and director of public service to enter into a contract for concrete for full depth concrete joint repairs, slab repairs and curb installation.

Parma bodybuilders pass on their knowledge: Sun Postings

George Prokopovich taught physical education to more students at both Shiloh Middle School and Parma Senior High School than almost any before him. Prokopovich, 65, and Michael Lewis along with Brian Geiger now own and operate two Ultimate Fitness facilities in Parma.

Man charged with assault on another man: Parma Police Blotter

Assault, Pearl Road: A Parma Heights man, 39, was charged with assault on another Parma Heights man, 20, July 19. Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, Westlake Avenue: A Parma man, 34, was cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated July 19 after he was found unconscious of a suspected drug overdose. Disturbance, Arden Avenue: Seven adults and ten juveniles were cited for possession of marijuana and underage consumption of alcohol at a house party July 19. Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, Whittington Drive: A Cleveland man, 42, was cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated July 17 after he was found unconscious of a suspected drug overdose.

Welcome of Slovak apostolic administrator to be broadcast online

On Friday, July 21 at 20:00, Central-European time the Greek Orthodox church will hold a holy liturgy in Ohio, USA which will be broadcast live, via the internet, on the grkat.tv website. The liturgy will take place in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, in Parma, Ohio and during the service, Milan Lach, who has been appointed apostolic administrator of the Greek Orthodox eparchy in Parma by Pope Francis, will be introduced in his new position.

How Debt Consolidation Can Go Wrong

Daniel Montville knew a debt consolidation loan wouldn't solve his financial problems, but the hospice nurse hoped it would give him some breathing room. He had already filed for bankruptcy once, in 2005, and was determined not to do it again.

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Continue reading Here's how debt consolidation can go wrong, and what you can do to avoid it

Daniel Montville knew a debt consolidation loan wouldn't solve his financial problems, but the hospice nurse hoped it would give him some breathing room. He had already filed for bankruptcy once, in 2005, and was determined not to do it again.

Man, woman cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated: Parma Police Blotter

Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, Russell Avenue: A Parma woman, 34, and man, 37, were cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated June 30. They were found unconscious from a suspected overdose from unknown narcotics.

Lebanese Food and Music Festival hits Parma this weekend

We often hear about the turmoil and conflict that surrounds and has often engulfed this tiny Middle Eastern country. But Lebanon - renowned for its beautiful Mediterranean beaches, agriculture and entrepreneurial spirit -- has been a crossroads of history, cultures and cuisines.

Woman acquitted in Parma rape case says in lawsuit that police...

A Cleveland woman has filed a complaint against the Parma Police Department, accusing detectives of conducting a shoddy investigation that led to her being charged in a rape case. She was acquitted on all charges in 2013, records show.

Parma Fourth of July Parade is a stars and stripes affair

On a beautiful, sunny Fourth of July, city officials and various organizations marched in the annual parade down Ridge Road. The Valley Forge and Normandy High Schools bands marched in the parade, which started at Snow and continued south to the Shoppes at Parma.

Bond set at $50 million for double murder suspect in Ohio

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Parma mayor, service department address wake of Friday flooding

Residents who had flooding in their basements after the torrential rain June 30 will get assistance in disposing of garbage and debris by the city. "At the height of the storm, and again [Saturday], we surveyed the flooded areas and have been in constant communication with council members who are responding to residents."

Cuyahoga-County 37 mins ago 11:52 p.m.Good Samaritan rises up out of flood waters in Brooklyn

It was a case of weather woes deja Vu for folks in the I-480/Ridge Road/Brookpark Road/Tiedeman area as streets were swallowed up in heavy rains, again. But in at least one case, the damp, dreary deluge was a perfect opportunity for a Good Samaritan to shine.

North Royalton paramedics and University Hospitals in Parma introduce new stroke-fighting technology

It's called "telestroke." Paramedics with iPads can livestream video of patients to doctors at UH's Parma Medical Center .

Drunk Columbia Station driver almost hits police car: North Royalton Police Blotter

Drunken driving, Sprague Road: On June 4, a police officer on Sprague Road was almost hit by a black Volvo. The officer pulled over the car, which was owned by a Columbia Station man.

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