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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
Cuyahoga-County 21 mins ago 2:15 p.m.West Nile Virus detected in Parma area

A mosquito trap in the Parma Park area has tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. West Nile has already been found in Middleburg Heights and Richland County, and this past week a Cincinnati area man became the first Ohioan to contract the virus in 2017.

Man crashes into back yard, arrested for failure to control: Seven Hills Police Blotter

He was found in his vehicle after it had crashed into a back yard. He told officers that he was injured, and he was also cited for failure to control.

Molders Choice moves to new Ohio location

Molders Choice Inc., which provides supplies to the injection molding industry, is relocating from Parma, Ohio, to Solon, doubling its warehouse space. "This allows us to expand inventory and add new products to provide molders with unique solutions," said Ken Berger, president, who started Molders Choice in 1995.

Murder suspect appears in court after he was shot in the head while fleeing police

A Parma man charged in a deadly shooting during a drug deal made his first court appearance on Thursday, six days after a Euclid police officer working with the U.S. Marshals task force shot him in the head. McKale Hill, 22, will be held in the Cuyahoga County Jail on $1 million bond.

Schools districts - now including Parma - start school earlier and earlier

Students are starting school even earlier in August each year. Solon students hown here, don't start until Aug. 21, though still well ahead of Labor Day.

New owners promise same service at Michael's Mini Mart

Retirement often comes with many changes when the transfer of a business is involved. That will not be the case when Michael Esber hands over the reins of Michael's Mini-Mart, 327 Pearl Rd, this week.

Parma will begin work on sidewalks and streetscapes next month

The city's department of community services and economic development will spend $230,000 on its 2017 Sidewalk and Streetscape programs. The money for these improvements comes from federally funded Community Development Block Grants.

Parma school board plans town hall meetings on tax levy

Residents will have an opportunity to ask questions about the proposed tax levy at three town hall meetings next week. On Aug. 8, the Parma City School District board approved a resolution to put a .25 percent earned income tax in combination with a 3.9 mill property tax, both for 10 years, on the November ballot.

Parma woman shares her love of theater with grandchildren: Sun Postings

A native of Conneaut, Zmarzky moved to Garfield Heights with her husband and, in 1980, was a co-founder of the Garfield Heights Theater, now the Garfield Players. As both an actress and director, Zmarzky worked on productions at the community theater.

Dozens of Veterans received benefits due at first Veterans Experiencea Read Story Monica Robins

The Northeast Ohio Veterans Community Task Force Advisory Committee is hosting the Veterans Experience Action Center at Cuyahoga Community College, Tri-C, Western Campus, 11000 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma. The Veterans Experience Action Center , a collaboration between the Northeast Ohio Veterans Community Task Force Advisory Committee, the VA, State and County organizations, and the community, is a cooperative task force to assist, counsel, and advocate resolution of individual issues immediately for Veterans and their families.

Check out the Cuyahoga County schools, cities asking for new money this November

Cuyahoga County voters now have a clear picture of what candidates and tax increases are on the November ballot, with the majority of the county's filing deadlines on Wednesday. Take a look below at the candidate filings and ballot issues for the November election, according to Board of Elections documents.

Augusta, Georgia man caught with loaded firearm after traffic stop: Parma Police Blotter

Improper Handling of a Firearm in Motor Vehicle, Brookpark Road: An Augusta, Georgia man, 52, was arrested Aug. 7 after he was found to have a loaded firearm in his possession after a traffic stop at Brookpark and State Roads. Drug Possession, Ridge Road: Two Cleveland men, 30 and 49, were arrested for possession of suspected felony drugs Aug. 8 after their vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation.

Parma Schools to have kick-off event

The new school year is right around the corner, and the Parma City School District wants to start things off on a high note. An Opening Kick-Off celebration for the school year will be held starting at 9 a.m. Aug. 19 at Byers Field.

Parma council hears flooding complaints from residents, plans from officials

The 50-year storm that hit the city June 30 has spurred the administration to seek solutions to the stormwater problem. Council met Aug. 7 to hear plans from representatives from the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and the Cuyahoga County Division of Public Works on solving the city's flooding issues.

Parma Heights Food Pantry event is a cut above: Sun Postings

Ann and Arnie George have been running the Parma Heights Food Pantry for many years. They have a staff of dedicated volunteers, but they still need help with delivering food and clothing to the needy of the area.

Man found overdosed gets cited for disorderly conduct: Parma Heights Police Blotter

Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, Huffman Road: A Parma Heights man, 20, was cited for disorderly conduct intoxicated Aug. 3 after he was found unconscious of a suspected drug overdose. Possession of Marijuana, Rochelle Boulevard: A Westlake man, 21, was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia July 29 after the vehicle he was driving was pulled over for a traffic violation.

Man arrested for having a loaded gun in his vehicle: Seven Hills Police Blotter

Misuse of a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle, E. Pleasant Valley Road: A North Royalton man, 24, was arrested July 28 after he was found with a loaded firearm under the seat of a vehicle he was selling to another party in the vehicle. The license plates on the vehicles were for another vehicle that the buyer owned, so they were not cited for having fictitious plates.

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