CASA of Cuyahoga County, a program of Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County, recruits, screens, trains, and supports volunteers who act as independent fact-finders for the court in cases involving child abuse and neglect.
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Whether it’s number one or number two, have you always wondered what happens once you flush the toilet?
Lakewood, OH—Beck Center for the Arts is hosting its sixth annual Bike for Beck, a fundraising cycling event, on Saturday, August 19.
In 2006, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, along with former Cleveland Mayor Michael White, established a leadership training program for engaged community leaders. The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program is a free, 16-session community engagement training program for residents of Cleveland, and its inner ring suburbs, who are working on projects within the City of Cleveland and who are determined to make a positive impact on their communities.
When Theresa Gorski sets her sights on something, it happens. The energetic, enthusiastic and community-driven Gorski is the owner of Vision Yoga & Wellness on West 25th St. in Ohio City. Four years ago she had an idea to bring family-friendly, healthy fun to the community. And that is how the Ohio City Games came to be.
Cleveland Public Library has been at the cutting edge of library services since the late 1800’s when it became the first large, urban public library to "open the stacks" to the public. What are "open stacks," you ask? It is the once radical idea of allowing library patrons to browse the stacks, look at books, and select for themselves what they wanted. Previously—and in many public libraries for years afterwards—patrons had to tell a librarian what book they wanted, or what subject piqued their interest, and a library employee would retrieve books for the patron. Only librarians had direct access to the books. Can you imagine if libraries still worked like this?
Ohio City motorists commuting to downtown Cleveland will be impacted by the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Superior Stones Canal CSO Improvements Project. Beginning May 19, 2017, construction will reduce Superior Avenue to one eastbound lane and one westbound lane between W. 6th Street and W. 9th Street.
Those two hours Tamir was playin’
64 community groups
1 goal: Showcase the strength and visibility of the diverse LGBT community of Greater Cleveland.
In the wake of an unexpectedly cancelled pride event, a collection of community organizations and individuals worked tirelessly to plan and execute “Pride in the CLE”— a festival and community-run event open to the public. The event was a first-time endeavor led by the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland.
The Best Things you can do for your Health are Free
How far will you go for water today? If you’re like me, you just have to walk to your sink. Is that 4 feet? Maybe 4 meters?
This weekend, June 3rd and 4th, the Ohio City Farm Stand opens for the 2016 growing season. The Farm Stand is open Fridays, 11am to 3pm and Saturdays, 9am to 3pm. Throughout the growing season we will offer The Refugee Response Produce—that is local, organically-grown produce nurtured and harvested by refugee farmers at the Ohio City Farm and Urban Community School.
We are actively seeking people to build strong leadership and establish sustainable governance systems for a consumer food cooperative in Cleveland.
If you live in, near, or just frequent the Gordon Square Arts District/Detroit Shoreway neighborhood you may have noticed a flurry of activity the past couple of weeks. There have been men running around with cameras, and various men and women standing around with clipboards and earpieces looking official. All of the activity seemed to have centered on a bevy of pop-up stores hosted by a handful of local entrepreneurs.
Curious about how the Republican Convention is going to impact Cleveland (my new home, but actually in Lakewood and more people know where Cleveland is than Lakewood), wondering how the city is preparing for it and being a former member of the NYC Press Corps, I did some digging around and stumbled upon the Destination Cleveland site through some connections I had at my "Faces of Lakewood" Twitter page.
Exploring businesses in the neighborhood you may have come to familiarize yourself with a lot of diverse murals. Several of them are painted by me! I'm Haley Morris and have lived around the near west side since 2009.
OUR SHARED HISTORY
SPACES is pleased to announce the acquisition of the ground floor of the historic Van Rooy Coffee Building, located at 2900 Detroit Avenue. It will join a dynamic group of small businesses and nonprofit organizations in the area, including Transformer Station, Intermuseum Conservation Association, and The Music Settlement.
Thomas Food Mart on Detroit and W. 45th was possibly the latest victim in the rash of "smash and grabs" that have occured in Cleveland recently.
His name is Bob. There’s a fantastic chance you know who he is already. Better yet, there is a fantastic chance that you know of him already. After all, we are learning together that to be “known of” and to be “known” are two different things. Our goal with this project is to put names to the faces, and share stories that go along with the individuals.