CLEVELAND -- Rosh Hashanah begins Wednesday, and is the celebration of the Hebrew New Year. The Cleveland Jewish New is certain to cover the holiday.
The Cleveland Jewish News was formed in 1964 as an independent successor of two privately-owned Anglo-Jewish newspapers in the community - The Jewish Independent and the Jewish Review & Observer.
The community-owned paper is held in trust for the Cleveland Jewish community.
The Cleveland Jewish News has a circulation of approximately 12,500 and a readership of 45,000, and annually continues to receive awards of excellence for its local Jewish community-oriented feature articles.