Cleveland…After many false starts, it seems that Cleveland’s kosher community will finally be getting a large kosher independent supermarket, according to the Cleveland Jewish News. The Grove Kosher Market will be opening shortly at Oakwood Commons in South Euclid, the same site that was originally destined to be a Season’s Kosher Supermarket before it went bankrupt. The store will be The Grove’s largest and have about 50 employees when it opens. The South Euclid store will be the sixth owned by Solomon Goldman, and it will be slightly larger than the flagship store in Boca Raton, Fla., and comparable in size to the Southfield, Mich. store. Other Grove Kosher stores are in Delray Beach, Hollywood and Surfside, Fla. To date, Grove Kosher has 140 employees.