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New live-work townhomes approved for Lorain Avenue at W. 47th Street

New live-work townhomes approved for Lorain Avenue at W. 47th Street by Lee Chilcote      A partnership between Knez Homes and Jim Miketo, owner of Forest City Shuffleboard, is planning to build eight new upscale townhomes at Lorain Avenue and West 47th Street. In addition to being the first new homes to be built on Lorain, the units also contain … Continue reading

Reader responds to the letter concerning noise in the Fulton/Denison area

Reader responds to the letter concerning noise in the Fulton/Denison area To the Editor:    As a resident of West 25th Street and Chatham Avenue, I can empathize with the fine people of the Fulton Road and Denison Avenue area! I too have endured countless hours of disruption from intentional motorcycle and automobile noise. The altered mufflers, … Continue reading

Reader asks for police monitoring of noise problem on Denison Avenue at Fulton and Pearl

Reader asks for police monitoring of noise problem on Denison Avenue at Fulton and Pearl To the Editor:      I would like to comment on your recent letter to the editor about the noise problem on Denison Avenue. It appears peace and quiet are out of reach and people responsible for that continuous disruption most likely … Continue reading

Cleveland Pride Ride

If elected mayor, State Senator Sandra Williams promises to rebuild Cleveland

If elected mayor, State Senator Sandra Williams promises to rebuild Cleveland  by Bruce Checefsky    State Senator Sandra Williams was greeted by supporters as she entered the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections on June 8 where she filed petitions to run for Mayor of Cleveland. She pledged a campaign focused on a new, better Cleveland. Williams, who has held positions in … Continue reading

Neighborhood Leadership Development Program seeks 2021 applicants

Neighborhood Leadership Development Program seeks 2021 applicants (Plain Press, July 2021)       If you are passionate, committed and dedicated to taking an active role in improving your community and would like help enhancing your leadership skills, the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program (NLDP) is now seeking applicants to its 2021 program. NLDP is a free community engagement training … Continue reading

Community Partner of the Month

Community Partner of the Month (Plain Press, July 2021)       The Cleveland Police Foundation recognized Chef Bruno DiSiena as its May 2021 Community Partner of the Month. Chef Bruno DiSiena, through his namesake restaurant Bruno’s Ristorante, has been a wonderful community partner to the Second District of the Cleveland Division of Police!     Chef Bruno has generously donated food … Continue reading

Patrol Officer of the Month

Patrol Officer of the Month (Plain Press, July 2021)       The Cleveland Police Foundation recognized Cleveland Police First District Patrol Officer Anthony Lee as the May 2021 Officer of the Month. Officer Lee has created the “Cops & Clippers” program that provides disadvantaged youth in the First District with a free haircut. The program works as follows: an … Continue reading

NEXT GEN RTA to launch on June 13

RTA OFFERS FREE RIDES FROM JUNE 13-19 NEXT GEN RTA to launch on June 13 RTA OFFERS FREE RIDES FROM JUNE 13-19 by Bruce Checefsky  Plain Press, June 2021        Joel Freilich, Director of Service Management, presented the final version of the NEXT GEN RTA public launch to the Greater Cleveland RTA (GCRT) Board Committee on May … Continue reading

$6M Red Line Greenway opens after more than a decade of planning

$6M Red Line Greenway opens after more than a decade of planning by Lee Chilcote Plain Press, June 2021        Beginning at the eastern edge of Zone Recreation Center and threading through Ohio City before connecting to the Centennial Lake Link Trail, the $6 million Red line Greenway connects the near west side to downtown Cleveland while offering views … Continue reading

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