Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Airing tonight at 10 p.m., the five-part series chronicles the team's preparations for road games
Football fans can tune in to the Travel Channel at 10 p.m. tonight for a behind-the-scenes look at their hometown team, the Cleveland Browns. NFL Road Tested: The Cleveland Browns is the creation of Ross Babbit, a 1986 graduate of Shaker Heights High School. “Football is not just three to four hours on Sunday,” Babbit, senior vice president of programming and production for the Travel Channel, told ClevelandBrowns.com. “Football is a full-time, 24-seven job that has an attention to detail for it to be a winning organization. And for Travel Channel, we’re always looking to re-imagine what travel means, and it’s not just about where you should go for a family vacation. "It’s about seeing the world through the eyes of a professional football …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Department confirms that Brian Horwich died in the crash and release more details about what happened last Thursday morning.
Shaker Heights Police have released more details about the car crash that took the life of 25-year-old Shaker Heights native Brian Horwich last week. More: Family, Friends Remember Brian Horwich The department confirmed that Brian Horwich was the man who died in the crash on Fairmount Boulevard near Warrensville Center Road. They added that he was a passenger in the car. Earlier: Shaker Heights Man Killed in Crash The driver and another passenger were on the scene when police reponded to the crash in the early hours of Nov. 15. Police have not released the names of the two other people in the car. At the scene of the crash, tire tracks could be seen in the median of Fairmount Boulevard leading just to the right of a tree, at the base of …
More than 30 people have signed an online guest book created in his memory.
More than 30 people have signed an online guest book on Legacy.com created in the honor and memory of Brian Horwich, 25, who died in a car crash Nov. 15 in Shaker Heights. Many reflected on how his life ended much too soon. People said they loved him for his passion for life, sense of humor and kindness toward others. "Brian was truly a wonderful person, never without that signature smile and vibrant passion for life. He will be missed by all," wrote Paul Cobb. Earlier: Shaker Heights Man Killed in Crash More: Shaker Heights Police Release More Details From Fatal Crash Family and friends gathered to remember Horwich, a Shaker Heights High School graduate, on Sunday afternoon at Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial Chapel, according to an …
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
President Obama spoke today at Shaker Heights High School.
Updated 5:45 p.m. Wednesday President Barack Obama visited Northeast Ohio today to announce the appointment of Richard Cordray, who will run the new consumer protection agency. Obama told a crowd at Shaker Heights High School that people need a consumer watchdog to defend and advocate for them. "For way too long, we’ve had a financial system that was stacked against ordinary Americans," Obama said. Cordray, a former Ohio attorney general, accompanied the president on the trip. “Does anybody think the reason we got in such a financial mess, the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the worst economic crisis in a generation, that the reason was because of too much oversight of the financial industry?” Obama asked. People booed …
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People spoke about what they want to hear from President Barack Obama today when he speaks about the economy at Shaker Heights High School
Jessica Williams says she is lucky. The 27-year-old Cleveland resident has a job that provides health insurance. It's basic and she pays for most of it, but she knows others have struggled far more in this economy. She wants to hear how President Barack Obama will help people who are unemployed obtain jobs when he speaks today at Shaker Heights High School. And she has other concerns. “I know people who went to college like I did, and they have mediocre jobs,” said Williams, who went to Case Western Reserve University. “Most of my paycheck goes to student loans.” Many in Cleveland’s Shaker Square shared similar stories. Some work two jobs, some have moved back home. But things are good, they say. They still have a big wish list for Obama, …
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Here's more information about his visit and how you can get tickets
President Barack Obama will visit Shaker Heights High School Wednesday and talk about the economy. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. at the high school, 15911 Aldersyde Drive, Shaker Heights. The public can enter through the North Gymnasium. Tickets are required, but the event is free and open to the public. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6 p.m. today at the Shaker Heights City School District Administration Building, 15600 Parkland Drive. For security reasons, the White House asks that attendees not bring bags and to limit personal items. No signs or banners are allowed. All attendees will go through airport-like security. Check Cleveland Heights Patch Wednesday for coverage of the event.
Monday, January 2, 2012
Obama will discuss the economy