Making malted grain for beer is as old as the Pharaohs. What started in the basement of a Winthrop Road home in more recent times has become a thriving business for a father-and-son team.
Shaker residents enjoy easy access by Rapid to some of Cleveland's most popular destinations. Learn the how, what, why, when and where of the City's two Rapid transit lines.
Picture this: You are boarding the Rapid for your daily commute. You settle in, pop on your headphones, shuffle through your playlist, and begin scanning your email. The train pulls into the Onaway Road station and 90 third graders board your train.
Shaker Square, Larchmere, the Van Aken District, downtown Cleveland, and beyond ... all a quick Rapid ride away.
Learn how to ride the Rapid in Shaker Heights.
The light-rail Rapid is emerging, once again, as a key component in Shaker’s livability, as livability is defined in 21st-century terms.
The Moreland History Project has revealed little-known aspects of this dynamic neighborhood’s past, including the fact that it was once a thriving Jewish enclave.
"I love that our new office on Lee Road is a quick drive or bike ride away."
Lifelong resident Joan Kaufman (nee Skall) has had an 80-year love affair with the piano.
The City’s business incentive loans and grants allow it to coinvest with businesses, accelerating their growth while benefiting the City, its residents, and the local job market.