Time Warner Job Fair/Weather Changes/Offensive Halloween Display Taken Down

Time Warner Job Fair/Weather Changes/Offensive Halloween Display Taken Down

GARFIELD HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) -Time Warner Cable is looking to increase its customer service workforce by more than 30 at its Cleveland operations. "We are looking to fill a number of full-time customer service positions in our Cleveland office, which provides many employment opportunities for this region of the state," said John Higgins, area vice president at Time Warner. "With the roll out of new products and services this year, the increased workforce is needed to assist customers." "Time Warner Cable's decision to expand new job opportunities in the area is a win-win for our community," said State Rep Janine Boyd. "This announcement means a boost to our economy, new products and services for consumers to explore, and most importantly, jobs and career opportunities for residents." The job fair will take place on Monday, Oct. 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 15305 NEO Parkway in Garfield Heights. During the fair, candidates will have the opportunity to meet customer care leaders and assess the company culture, while learning about hours, pay, and training. Those wanting to move forward may have to come back for a face-to-face final interview. Applicants must apply online and use req#170287.

Today will be our LAST day in the 70s for at least the next seven days. Expect a mild, windy day. Clouds will gradually increase through the day, as our next cold front approaches. This front ushers in the week's first dose of cooler, drier air. Overnight lows tonight will fall into the upper 40s and lower 50s. Highs tomorrow will only climb into the upper 50s. Expect a cloudy, windy day. A few showers are possible too, mainly along the lake shore. The middle of the week looks dry but cool. We'll be in the upper 50s Wednesday and lower 60s on Thursday. Our second cold front of the week arrives on Friday, bringing showers for the morning drive to work. Some showers may linger into the afternoon and evening. This front also brings our next push of cooler air.Highs through the weekend will only climb into the lower 50s. Morning lows? They'll be in the 30s! (That's right…we could be looking at our first FROST of the season this weekend. If you're keeping track, our average first frost for Cleveland is October 29th. The average first frost for Akron is October 19th. Keep in mind that frost can occur with temperatures as high as the mid 30s.

PARMA, OH (WOIO) -Cleveland 19 News has confirmed that an offensive Halloween display at a Parma residence has been removed. We drove by the Dentzler Road home after receiving a call. Last week numerous viewers expressed concern, saying they were frightened of the graphic display which showed bloody people hanging upside down and a child with a knife through their throat. "I felt scared 'cause I thought they were real people," explains a 9-year-old girl who we are not identifying. The home sits less than a block from Dentzler Elementary School. Residents even tried to get the city to force the family to take it down but Parma officials said there was nothing they could do about it because the display represents freedom of expression. It appears the family had a change of heart.

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