Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce hosts annual Education Luncheon

Students from across the Leader-area took home scholarships at the Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Education Luncheon. (Contributed Photo)

Representatives from local business and schools gathered May 18 to pay tribute to this year’s recipients of the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce’s scholarships as part of the group’s Annual Education Luncheon. Recipients of this year’s Community Fund Scholarships included students from Davis High School, KIPP, Reagan High School, St. Pius X High School, […]

Different Strokes: How the Washington Avenue Arts District may become a national destination for artists

Geoff Wilder smooths out a piece of wood which will likely become a kitchen island for one of his clients while working inside Winter Street Studios in the Washington Avenue Arts District. Photo by Jonathan Garris

Artists like Geoff Wilder say belonging to a creative community is everything – that’s why the woodworking artist is excited to be among the 200 or so artists within the Washington Avenue Arts District. “Everyone wants everyone else to do really well,” Wilder said. “The better your neighbor is doing, the better it is for […]

Next stop for Cigna Sunday Streets is the Heights.

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Part bike tour, part walking tour and part block party, Cigna Sunday Streets is coming April 26.

On Sunday, April 26, all traffic on 19th Street between Heights Boulevard to Shepherd Street will be re-routed to make way for Heights residents and businesses to enjoy the community and one another through activities – walking, running, dancing, skating, cycling and more – in the street. Cigna will have its Mobile Learning Lab, including […]