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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
Man arrested for felonious assault at a residence: Parma Police Blotter

Assault, Grantwood Drive: A Parma man, 33, was arrested May 21 for felonious assault after he assaulted a Parma woman, 38, at a residence. Drug Possession, State Road: A Parma man, 35, was arrested for possession of felony drugs May 24 after a traffic stop.

Parma Splash Pad opens Saturday

The Parma Splash Pad, on W. Ridgewood Drive at the site of the former Ridgewood Pool, is scheduled to open at 11 a.m. May 27. Its location at the corner of Ridge Road and W. Ridgewood Dr. puts it in the middle of the city's town center, The Crossroads of Parma. The project was funded through an anonymous $225,000 donation, and part of the opening ceremonies will be the unveiling of the memorial plaque, which will acknowledge the donor.

Parma schools students and staff rally for public education

With the end of the school year just weeks away, the student body and staff of the Parma City School District staged a rally May 22 outside their respective schools to demonstrate support for public education. At a time when state funding is threatening the very existence of public schools and programs, the rally was a show of unity on the part of the students, faculty and the city officials.

Man arrested for stealing weed wacker to support drug habit: Olmsted Township Police Blotter

Theft/Drug Abuse Instruments, Bagley Road: A man reported that an Olmsted Township man, 38, stole a weed wacker from his garage May 15. The suspect confessed to officers that he had stolen the weed wacker to sell to support his drug habit. Officers found a crack pipe, a used syringe and white residue on a spoon in the man's car.

Woman acquitted in Parma rape case files lawsuit, accuses police of shoddy investigation

A Cleveland woman acquitted in a child rape case has filed a lawsuit that accuses Parma police detectives of conducting a shoddy investigation. The lawsuit, filed earlier this month in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, says the 2013 investigation that resulted in a grand jury bringing criminal charges against Danielle Ponyicky was "scant" and "failed to protect her rights."

From MTV to Top WWE Star: The Miz Gives Us an Exclusive Look at His 'Real World'

Holding a toy championship belt in one hand and a throw pillow in the other, Mike Mizanin stood atop a couch and posed triumphantly. housemates after hitting them with a series of pantomimed punches and chasing them through the house.

Three men arrested for possession of felony drugs: Parma Police Blotter

Drug Possession, W. 130th Street: A Parma man, 30, and two Cleveland men, 28 and 29, were arrested May 12 for possession of felony drugs. Drug Abuse, State Road: A man was arrested May 12 for possession of felony drugs during a burglaW.

Drunk Eastlake woman arrested for second time in a month: North Royalton Police Blotter

Drunken driving, Royalton Road: On April 26, police observed a Jeep that was registered to an Eastlake woman with a suspended license. While talking to the driver, the officer smelled alcohol.

Parma council passes ordinances for street repairs

Motorists who drive regularly on Parma streets and roads will be glad to hear that a number of roads will be getting much-needed repairs this summer. Council unanimously passed four ordinances May 15 for the issuance of bonds to pay for the repaving and reconstruction of Sprague Road, Day Drive and other streets and roads.

Man charged with assaulting an officer: Parma Police Blotter

Disturbance, Standish Avenue: A North Royalton man, 30, was arrested May 11 after causing a disturbance and assaulting an officer. Assault, Queens Highway: A Parma boy, 16, was charged with assault after he caused physical harm to another Parma boy, 15, May 11. Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, State Road: A Euclid man, 33, was cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated after he was found unconscious at the BP station May 10. Narcan was administered to him by the squad, and he was taken to the hospital.

Parma school board ready to take 'next step' after Issue 12 defeat

In the wake of the defeat of Issue 12, the Parma City School District school board is facing some tough decisions to balance the budget. At the May 8 meeting, Dr. Cassandra Johnson, the director of human resources, clarified what she called "a misunderstanding" throughout the community about reduction in force .

With Parma schools tax failure, high school consolidation could be back on the table

Now that Parma school voters have rejected a property tax, cost-cutting moves like consolidating Parma's school buildings could be back on the table, school officials say. Last October, hundreds gathered outside Parma High School to protest proposals such as eliminating the STEM program and combining the district's three high schools.

Woman reports being robbed outside PNC Bank: Parma Police Blotter

Theft, Day Drive: An 89-year-old woman, who is a resident at Vista Springs Assisted Living, reported a ring stolen April 30 by a female suspect. Drug Abuse, Brookpark Road: A Brook Park man, 34, was arrested for possession of felony drugs during a traffic stop May 1. Breaking & Entering, Brookpark Road: The ATM machine at the Big Creek Convenience was stolen May 4 by suspects who broke into the store.

Parma to host Polish Constitution Day parade, party this weekend

The 69th annual local Polish Constitution celebration will take place Friday, May 5 - Sunday, May 7 in Parma's Polish Village. Events honoring the signing of the Polish Constitution on May 3, 1791 have been celebrated by the Polish American Congress in Cleveland since the group formed in 1948.

Election Roundup | North Royalton, Twinsburg pass school levies, Parma fails Read Story Chris Tye

From Alliance to Wooster, 37 local school districts headed to the ballots on Tuesday. While May is not usually considered a big month election-wise, there were plenty of important issues to be decided.

Parma schools' property tax increase fails

The 5.6-mill increase would have helped stabilize the financial future of the district, still uncertain after the discovery of a $7 million dollar deficit in the budget by the schools' new treasurer last year. The vote was 60.7 percent against, with 39.3 percent in favor of the increase, according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

Parma Greenbriar students enjoy Career Day

The gymnasium at Greenbriar Middle School was packed with students checking out the Career and Technical Education programs for Career Day May 1. The day began with a vocational fair, and the rest of the day students heard from members of the community sharing information about their careers. The vocational programs represented at the fair included: Auto Collision, Automotive Service Technology, Carpentry, Cooperative Marketing Management, Cosmetology, Culinary, Dental Technologies, Family & Consumer Sciences, Project Lead the Way Engineering, Radio and Television Production, Teaching Professions, Visual Communications and Welding.

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