Plain Press

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March 2018 Issue of the Plain Press


February 2018 Plain Press – PDF


Plain Press Board of Trustees seeks public input as it plans for the future of the newspaper

(Plain Press, January 2018)          The Plain Press Board of Trustees is currently seeking community input into a planning process that will prepare for the future of the Plain Press. We intend to reach out to our readers, on a one-to-one basis or in small group discussions, to explore what role the Plain Press will play … Continue reading

Peace, goodwill and a Happy New Year from the Plain Press

(Plain Press, January 2018)                      As we enter a new year, the generosity, goodwill and welcoming nature of the Cleveland community is evident throughout this issue of the Plain Press as reflected in the photos and articles. Some of Cleveland’s newest residents, refugees from troubled parts of the world, joined with Neighborhood Family Practice staff … Continue reading

Give a Subscription to the Plain Press as a Gift

Please Mail Subscription to:   Name: ______________________________________________   Address: ____________________________________________   City: ___________________  State_______   Zip Code:_______   Plain Press Subscription $10 per year: Send a check or money order to: Plain Press, 2012 W. 25th, Suite 500, Cleveland, OH 44113

The Plain Press seeks your help

Dear Plain Press Readers and Supporters, (Plain Press, December 2017)      This year marks the 46th anniversary of the Plain Press, a free community newspaper founded in 1971 to present issues and community news to residents of Cleveland’s west side.  In 2017, the Plain Press continues its mission of presenting issues and news at no … Continue reading

November 2017 Plain Press – PDF

November 2017 Issue of the Plain Press Continue reading

Plain Press offers deep apologies

(Plain Press, October 2017) An article in the September issue of the Plain Press titled, “Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant” has been corrected and reprinted above. The Plain Press felt an obligation to rewrite and publish the article because the writer of … Continue reading

Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant

(Plain Press, October 2017) For generations, on any given weekend, the strip on West 25th street is crawling with sightseers, shopping bags and grocery goods. Though the visitors and scenery of the city have been altered, the purpose of the place has not. In between all the hustle and bustle, there sits a decaying building … Continue reading

Leo Jeffres, Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)