Rachel Kabb-Effron

Tell us a little about yourself:I own my own law firm called the Kabb Law Firm. We specialize in elder care law. I am part of professional organizations like National Elder Law Foundation and the Life Care Planning law Firms association. I am on the board of the National Association of Women Business Owners Cleveland […]

Amy’s Shoes & Apparel

How did Amy’s Shoes get its start? I thought Cleveland didn’t have fashionable footwear options from independent stores so, in 2007, I opened my first location in Rocky River. The store’s reputation for carrying unique footwear quickly spread, and I opened at Eton in May 2009. In the last couple years, both locations have expanded […]

Now Open: Pulp Juice and Smoothie Bar

Pulp Juice and Smoothie Bar opened in early November, offering over 30 real fruit smoothies, all with a free enhancer. Customers can also create custom fruit and veggie juice combinations, using all their favorites. Pulp smoothies are made with real whole fruit and veggies, 100% juice and NO added sugar. They also have made to order juice, ginger […]

Woodmere Police Force Supports Officer Becoming U.S. Citizen

Today the Woodmere Police Department was honored to support Patrol Officer Victoria Bitenbender as she became a U.S. citizen and took her naturalization oath. Many officers along with Chief Sheila Mason were at the ceremony on November 2.   Bitenbender immigrated to the U.S. with her father in 2007 and says, “It was the most […]

Resident Spotlight: Vivian Walker

I’ve lived in Woodmere for seven years, but my parents built their home on Roselawn the late 1970’s. Since then, Woodmere has changed drastically. When my parents first bought the land it was very rural. There was one grocery store the bowling alley, Bob’s Big Boy. I never dreamed it would be as it is […]

Business Spotlight: Michael Cavotta Photography

I’m a personal branding coach and headshot photographer known for bringing people face-to-face with their authentic selves. I’ve been full-time in the studio since 2010 when I reinvented my life, trading the mercenary work of branding opportunity for the missionary work of branding people. I offer a range of personal branding services, ranging from headshots […]

Woodmere Police Raising Money in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In memory of those who have lost their battle and in honor of those currently fighting theirs, as well as the many Survivors, Woodmere Police are raising money by selling our pink patch key chain for $5.00 throughout the month. We are also collecting any additional donations you may […]

Lolley the Trolley Comes to Woodmere!

Mayor Holbert, Council President Mitchell-Earley hosted two-dozen influential leaders on a private Lolly the Trolley Tour around Woodmere. Attendees included County administration, real estate executives, the Port Authority, and more. The Village team highlighted Woodmere history, new development and opportunities for growth as the tour weaved its way through both residential and commercial areas. The […]

Part-Time Police Officer

PART-TIME POLICE OFFICER Classification Title: Part-Time Police Officer Department Name Law Enforcement    Location Woodmere Village Vacancy Number   Reports To Sergeant Recruitment Type External/Internal Job Category Support Staff Position Type Part-Time Union Position Non-Union Number of Openings Open Job Description Summary Performs the duties of an armed peace officer. Conducts field investigations and provides […]

National Preparedness Month

The theme for this week of National Preparedness Month is “Check your Coverage.”  How will you and your family recover from disaster.  It is important to think about the following items, and plan in advance of a disaster or incident. ·         Insurance is the first line of defense; check your insurance coverage and review the Document and Insure Property Guide. […]