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MetroHealth Community Day

PHOTO BY ERIK AULT Saturday, October 8, 2022; MetroHealth Community Day in the new park in front of the MetroHealth Glick Center, 2500 MetroHealth Drive: A young artist, Jae Marie Spraggins, age one, draws on the sidewalk. PHOTO BY ERIK AULT Saturday, October 8, 2022; MetroHealth Community Day in the new park in front of … Continue reading

Jefferson Library Branch opens with new improvements and quiet rooms 

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY Saturday, October 15, 2022; Grand Opening of the reimagined Jefferson Branch of the Cleveland Public Library, 850 Jefferson Avenue: Community members gather for the reopening ceremony. by Bruce Checefsky               (Plain Press, November 2022) A ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 15 marked the opening of the Cleveland Public … Continue reading

Immanual Lutheran celebrates Arts & Culture

by Erik Ault             (Plain Press, November 2022) On October 9, Immanuel Lutheran Church at 2928 Scranton Road celebrated an afternoon of arts and culture presented by Immanuel Arts and Music.    The church building, standing on the corner of Scranton and Seymour since 1879, has weathered many cultural and physical changes in the … Continue reading

Friends of Frank Giglio

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Thursday, September 29, 2022: Frank Giglio’s yard on W. 14th Street, Friends of Frank Giglio send some messages to him and to the community with their artwork. The messages read: “Frank We Love & Support You.” and “The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of … Continue reading

Tremont residents should examine how to maintain a diverse neighborhood

Tremont residents should examine how to maintain a diverse neighborhood by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, October 2022)  Tremont residents should be encouraged to participate in Ideastream’s Justin Glanville My Changing Neighborhood discussions where there is an examination of how to maintain a diverse neighborhood when gentrification is occurring.    The Tremont neighborhood could use some … Continue reading

Invasion of the pod plants

Invasion of the pod plants by Erik Ault (Plain Press, October 2022)  Fall officially starts on September 22nd this year, which is also known as the autumnal equinox. The turning of the seasons brings many changes: the foliage will change color, and many trees will produce seeds of great variety. You may know well the … Continue reading

Lincoln Heights Block Club honors Henry Senyak for his many contributions to the neighborhood and the City of Cleveland

PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Saturday, August 13, 2022; Lincoln Heights Block Club party and tribute to Henry Senyak, Porco Lounge, 2527 W. 25th Street: Henry Senyak holds up a Certificate of Appreciation from the Lincoln Heights Block Club noting the formal dedication of the Henry P. Senyak Lincoln Heights Development Fund. Lincoln Heights Block Club … Continue reading

New Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk opens at the South Branch Library

New Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk opens at the South Branch Library by Bruce Checefsky Plain Press, August 2022        Cleveland Housing Court and Cleveland Public Library have teamed up to bring the court to the community. Starting this month, the new Neighborhood Housing Court Kiosk at the South Branch of the Cleveland Public Library, located at … Continue reading

Renovation updates for Cleveland Public Library’s branches and StoryWalk introduced at Carnegie West Branch

Renovation updates for Cleveland Public Library’s branches and StoryWalk introduced at Carnegie West Branch by Bruce Checefsky Plain Press, July 20220                             Cleveland Public Library (CPL) ranked fourth among America’s Star Libraries, earning a prestigious Five-Star rating from the Library Journal, the oldest and most respected publication covering library service. The Library Journal index, published annually, compares … Continue reading

Cleveland City Council passes new tax abatement legislation

Cleveland City Council passes new tax abatement legislation Plain Press, July 20220                             At a special meeting held on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, Cleveland City Council passed legislation that will restructure the City of Cleveland’s tax abatement policy.       A press release immediately following the meeting from Cleveland City Council Chief of Communications Joan Mazzolini explains the new … Continue reading

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