For a decade in the early 20th century, Johnny Kilbane held the world featherweight boxing title. When the Cleveland native returned from the 1912 contest in California in which he won the title, 200,000 people lined the street to welcome him back.
The Muellers have lived at the Persimmon Drive home for 19 years. Their property abuts the Bradley Wood Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. The towering trees of the woods necessitate their horticultural activity in their backyard be of the shade garden variety.
By Sue Botos Rocky River Eryn Murman has performing in her blood. The Lakewood native and 2004 graduate of Magnificat High School has been told that at 9 months of age she sang scales in her crib to lull herself to sleep. “It (performing) definitely has always been a huge part of my life. It’s [...]
By Sue Botos Rocky River Lutheran West High School boys’ soccer coach and religion teacher Josh Hubeler got a bit closer to the heavens on Aug. 27, escorted by none other than a Blue Angel. One of three local people chosen for 45-minute rides aboard a two-seat version of the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team’s [...]