An ongoing PhotoBlog featuring the transformation of Parmatown Mall into the Shoppes at Parma.
A sampling of microscopic photographs of things overlooked in the day to day...
Photographs of microscopic specimens of Plantlife,submitted as a foray into the manifold world of the very small.
Herein,a trip through the beauty of an Autumn day in pleasant Parma,along the Big Creek.The leaves whisper their goodbyes as they crinkle underfoot in the wake of the solo woodsman.This fine day,a celebration of the passing of yet another hot Parma summer,as it cools towards an inevitable icing.The colors,the scent,the sound...its Autumn along The Big Creek.
POP! The Comic Culture Club meets @ the Cuyahoga County Public Library in Parma Heights on Pearl Road on select Mondays twice a month to discuss everything related to comic books. You can call the library @ 440-884-2313 for an event schedule. http://www.popcomicclub.com/
These are pictures of the winning Christmas decorated houses in Parma – nine pictures for the nine wards.
The first two:
Ward 1 – 7915 Newport Ave.
Ward 2 – 5711 Brownfield Dr.
The annual contest is sponsored by Proud of Parma. The Holiday Lighting Committee recently drove through all nine wards to view homes nominated by neighbors or friends who called Parma City Hall.
The winners will be presented goody Christmas bags as a small token of appreciation for their colorful Christmas spirit.
Parma Mayor Dean DePiero presents Parma Hunger Center Co-Directors Arch Stevenson and Dale Kraemer with Giant Eagle gift cards.
The cards were donated by the Parma Law Department totaling $1,250.00. The money was collected through the city’s Juvenile Diversion and Traffic Diversion Programs in which offenders can choose to donate to a local charity as their community service requirement in lieu of actually performing community service hours.
The Parma Hunger Center has seen a dramatic 40% jump in the number of individuals and families being served in Parma, Parma Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Seven Hills. So far in 2009, The Hunger Center has served 9,303 individuals and 2,880 families.
The Parma Hunger Center is located at Parma Lutheran Church, 5280 Broadview Road. The church has been serving local folks in need for more than 40 years. They can be contacted at 216-351-6376.
Memorial Day Parade - 20080530
General photographs taken in Seven Hills, Ohio
Community parks and facilities in Seven Hills, Ohio
Fall colors, leaves, and Seven Hills at a glance.
A wonderful event at the Mt. Alverna Village Assisted Living Center in Parma at 6765 State Rd. . The Tri-City Observer was invited to check out the facility, speak with its residents and staff, and judge what turned out to be delicious Ribs. Especially those served up by Amber! All photos property of The Tri-City Observer, ©2009. Isn't it time you had us cover your party?
Photos taken at the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, at Tri-C's Western Campus, in Parma Ohio. It was a great event for a terrible disease. Put together a team and join the fun. Let's win this race! All photos property of the Tr-City/Parma Observer. ©2009
Photos from what we see taking part in the Parma 4th of July Parade. This was our first parade in Parma, but it will not be our last fun was had by all of the Observers!
Photos from the Rib-Burn Off at Parmatown Mall put on by The Parma Chamber of Commerce. Allphotos property of the Tri-City Observer, inc. ©2009