Parma, Ohio

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school green

. Elementary Schools *Col. John Glenn Elementary School -closed *Dag Hammarskjold Elementary School- closed *Dentzler Elementary School *Green Valley Elementary School *James E. Hanna Elementary School-closed *John Muir Elementary School *Parkview Elementary School-closed *Parma Park Elementary School *Pleasant Valley Elementary School *Pleasantview Elementary School -closed (now first step preschool) *Renwood Elementary School *Ridge-Brook Elementary School *State Road Elementary School-closed

friendly community

: News Article Reconstruction-Begins-on-The-Shoppes-at-Parma 150549 Redevelopment will transform the commercial center into a pedestrian-friendly community-oriented mall and will include attractive landscaping, new lighting, creation of two tree-lined boulevards, repaving of the parking lots, changing the entire facade of the outdoor shopping strip and medical offices, demolition of the current Macy's and Dick's Sporting Goods buildings, creating a new point of entry

people famous

: geo OH ofc parma.html The Political Graveyard: Mayors of Parma, Ohio Notable people *Benjamin Orr (Orzechowski), best known as co-lead singer and bassist for The Cars born in Lakewood, Ohio Sept. 8, 1947, attended Valley Forge High School. Died October 4, 2000 of pancreatic cancer. *Bill Balas screenwriter and director (Film director) best known for his work on the A&E (A&E (TV channel)) series

play defensive

to get the win” said recent Normandy graduate Dan Ebinger, who will play defensive end. “But, after you meet with them, you realize that they’re all actually pretty nice guys. It’s pretty nice getting to know them as people instead of just judging them by how they played against you.”'' ; ''Normandy was upsetted last week against Parma. Over the years, a second rivalry has formed between Valley Forge & Normandy, the battle of Parma, a battle that would determine the better team.'' Charter Schools Constellation Schools: Parma Community public charter schools: Elementary Schools *Parma Community Elementary http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 18 Middle Schools *Parma Community Middle http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 19 High Schools *Parma Community High http: EZ_Dept_Menu.aspx?d 20 Private Schools Elementary Middle Schools *Al Ihsan School Elementary (K-5) *Bethany Christian Elementary School (PK-6) *Bethany Lutheran School (PK-8) *Bethel Christian Academy (PK-8) *Holy Family School (PK-8) *St. Anthony of Padua Elementary School (K-8) *St. Bridget School (PK-8) *St. Charles School (PK-8) *St. Columbkille Parish School (PK-8) *St. Francis De Sales School (K-8) High Schools *Padua Franciscan (Padua Franciscan High School) (9-12) Holy Name (9-12) Colleges *Bryant & Stratton College *Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus Television and radio towers Parma is the location of most of the Cleveland area's television and FM radio transmission towers. When Cleveland started to get television service in the late 1940s, WEWS-TV (Channel 5), the first television station in Ohio, picked a site on State Road. At the time, Parma was transitioning from a rural enclave to an urban area. Parma was selected for its high elevation. At almost 1,100 feet above sea level, it is 500 feet higher than downtown Cleveland. Other local stations followed, and nearly all local TV and FM radio outlets broadcast from Parma, or from other nearby suburbs. The television towers are taller than downtown Cleveland's tallest buildings, and can be seen from great distance in Cleveland, and most of its southern suburbs. Airline pilots and broadcast experts call the collection of towers in and near Parma the Cleveland area's "antenna farm". Parma is second only to Los Angeles's Mount Wilson (California) with the greatest concentration of antennas and transmitters in the U.S. '''Dan Fritsche''' (born July 13, 1985 in Parma (Parma, Ohio), Ohio) is an American (United States) professional ice hockey player currently playing for Genève-Servette HC of the Swiss National League A. DATE OF BIRTH July 13, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Parma (Parma, Ohio), OH (Ohio), USA (United States) DATE OF DEATH

video made

'''فواز ضمره''' , ''Fawwāz Damra'') was the imam of the Islamic Center of Parma (Parma, Ohio), the largest mosque in the Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) area. He participated in numerous interfaith efforts and taught at Cleveland State University and the local community college. A video made by Steven Emerson He

crime work

1,000 residents. Transportation Parma's major north-south roads, in order from west to east, are: * West 130th Street, which forms part of the western border of Parma, * Chevrolet Boulevard Stumph Road York Road, * Ridge Road (State Route 3 (Ohio State Route 3)), * West 54th Street * State Road ( Ohio State Route 94

leadership called

was not rehired in his teaching positions and the Islamic Center leadership called for him to step down, but he refused. The Center split between his supporters and those of its trustees. '''WDOK''' (102.1 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''The New 102''' — is a commercial adult contemporary radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. The WDOK

high international

(''Ferris Bueller's Day Off'', ''Spin City''), graduate of Parma High International relations Twin towns and sister cities class "wikitable" - !City!!State!!Year - Lviv 2013 Pop Culture Moon Over Parma

small family

; Ukrainian Village The Ukrainian Village commercial district is located along State Road between Tuxedo Avenue and Grantwood Drive. This district was designated Ukrainian Village in September, 2009. https: UkrainianVillage info This commercial district features a large number of small, family-owned businesses and medical offices, features one of the most "walkable" neighborhoods in Parma, http

index.ssf 2014 03 parma_is_home_to_ohios_largest.html accessdate 16 April 2014 Polish Village The Polish Village commercial district is located along Ridge Road between Pearl Road and Thornton Avenue. This district was designated Polish Village on May 1, 2011. https: PolishVillage info This commercial district features a large number of small, family-owned businesses and medical offices, http:

religious shows

cable systems in northwest Pennsylvania (although WUAB is presently absent from Time Warner's City of Erie lineup). Originally, WUAB's slogan was ''Channel 43 plays favorites''. Most of these favorites were cartoons, syndicated off-network sitcoms, movies (most notably the long running afternoon ''Prize Movie'' and primetime ''Star Movie''), and religious shows. WUAB broadcast these shows out of a new facility on Day Drive in suburban Parma (Parma, Ohio), which opened on September 7, 1970. WUAB

Parma, Ohio

'''Parma''' is a city in Cuyahoga County (Cuyahoga County, Ohio), Ohio, United States. It is part of the Greater Cleveland Metropolitan Area and borders the city of Cleveland. This city has a population of 81,601 as of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making it the seventh largest city in the state of Ohio and the second largest city in Cuyahoga County, behind only Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) (396,815).

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