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Council of Cleveland Neighborhoods hosts mayoral candidates’ forum at Edgewater Park’s pavilion

Council of Cleveland Neighborhoods hosts mayoral candidates’ forum at Edgewater Park’s pavilion by Bruce Checefsky           The Council of Cleveland Neighborhoods (CCN) sponsored a Candidates’ Forum with mayoral prospects Ross DiBello, Basheer Jones, Kevin Kelley, Dennis Kucinich and Zack Reed on Tuesday, July 27, at the West Pavilion on the upper level of Edgewater Park. CCN … Continue reading

Mayoral candidates share thoughts on tackling poverty in Cleveland

Mayoral candidates share thoughts on tackling poverty in Cleveland      The End Poverty Now Coalition, a coalition of 26 community groups working to address issues of poverty in Cleveland, hosted a Mayoral Forum via Zoom on August 25th.      Organize Ohio Executive Director Larry Bresler said the End Poverty Now Coalition was formed in 2015-16 when local … Continue reading

Advocates for free eviction help urge increased commitment by the City of Cleveland to fully funding the program

Advocates for free eviction help urge increased commitment by the City of Cleveland to fully funding the program by Chuck Hoven      United Way of Greater Cleveland, the Cleveland Legal Aid Society and CHN Housing Partners have teamed up in a public private partnership with the City of Cleveland to offer free help to qualified Clevelanders … Continue reading

West Side Market area anticipates population changes

West Side Market area anticipates population changes by Sheila Kiss   Home to the historic West Side Market, United Bank Building, and Market Square Park, the intersection of West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue is the central hub for Ohio City and its retail district, and it’s seeing a lot of activity today.   Don Whitaker, president … Continue reading

Activists sleep out at City Hall to draw attention to the urgent need to address lead poisoning

Activists sleep out at City Hall to draw attention to the urgent need to address lead poisoning by Bruce Checefsky      Childhood lead poisoning has increased dramatically since COVID-19. Day care closures and stay-at-home orders have confined young children to their homes, increasing the likelihood of exposure to the toxic metal. Many medical centers where testing … Continue reading

Pop-Up Event to Celebrate Grand Opening of King’s Gas Depot

Edgewater Sidewalk Fest

Rally to show support for Afghan people

Capitol Theatre reopening with showing of Wizard of Oz

Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com act as stooges for Haslams and their lakefront scheme

Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com act as stooges for Haslams and their lakefront scheme by Roldo Bartimole (Plain Press, September 2021)        Aren’t you just thrilled that the Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com, as they like to say, will look at St. Louis and Cincinnati to see what WE might do with the lakefront dream offered by Jimmy Haslam, a guy noted for running … Continue reading

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