Connecting with the community – in everything from hiring new recruits to interactions with youth – is at the heart of police work in Shaker.
Chris and Evangeline Ramsay transformed their Onaway-area colonial into a multigenerational space with ample rustic charm.
Jamie Babbit graduated from Shaker Heights High School in 1989. These days, she's on Hollywood's A-List.
A Shaker Heights Schools education has never been better. You wouldn’t know it from the State Report Card.
Ohio ranks near the top in the national infant mortality rate. Five Shaker Heights women have taken the first step to help reduce that catastrophic statistic.
Gimme Java, the cozy cafe on the southeast corner of Van Aken Boulevard and Lee Road, has been described as “Shaker’s version of Cheers, only with coffee instead of alcohol.”
James Marr and Elaine Bayless moved to Shaker to be closer to family, bringing a successful Taekwon-do school with them.
A gallery of homes featured in Shaker Life.
An illustrated map of things to do and see in Shaker Heights.