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Stories for March 2014

Friday, March 28

Alumni support of East Tech champs ‘meant more than a title’

When East Tech won the regional championship, it meant more than a chance at a state title.

Friday, March 21

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County Executive Tackles Voting Rights

County Executive Fights For Voting Rights

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Phenomenal First Ladies

Have you nominated your First Lady?

Wednesday, March 19

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Roberts Rules of ‘dis-order’ at another E.C. library meeting

The saga that has become the East Cleveland Library Board of Trustees continued this past Monday night.

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The Cooler the Bandits the better the documentary

Call and Post hosts the coolest bandits ever

This is a sincere tale told through excellent cinematography of four friends who admittedly made some bad decisions and paid for it with a greater part of their lives using brotherhood, family, video cameras and the will of God to get them through. Their struggle is all too relatable to so many in our community and is not only a must-see, but a must-discuss.

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The Cooler the Bandits the better the documentary

Call and Post hosts the coolest bandits ever

This is a sincere tale told through excellent cinematography of four friends who admittedly made some bad decisions and paid for it with a greater part of their lives using brotherhood, family, video cameras and the will of God to get them through. Their struggle is all too relatable to so many in our community and is not only a must-see, but a must-discuss.

Wednesday, March 12

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Beauty, brains and barometric pressure

With these last few months seeming like the coldest temperatures and most snow ever, we needed to get her expert analysis.

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Tony Roberts will make you laugh your teeth loose!

For anyone who has actually seen Tony Roberts' act, he's a live-wire of a human being slinging jokes with the speed, lawlessness and ferocity of a liquor bootlegger’s tommy-gun.

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Marcia Fudge condemns Issa for his ‘disrespectful manner’ Rep. Cummings says Issa apologized and he accepts

The hearing was on the improper targeting of tea party groups by the Internal Revenue Service. Cummings was trying to say that Republicans have overblown the controversy.

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Central State alum Joshua Smith announces million dollar gift to Central State University

Smith is a cum laude graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, and did graduate work in law and business administration at the University of Akron and Central Michigan University.

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Officials review 137 shots case

The chase started when police believed either Russell or Williams fired a shot while riding around downtown Cleveland near the Justice Center.

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Call and Post newspaper to present television special ‘A Cleveland Conversation on Diversity & Inclusion’

This hour-long television special will provide longtime Cleveland residents, newcomers, and others with an insightful look on how today’s organizations are embracing change.

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Jackson provides state of the city address

The Department of Public Safety makes up 57 percent of the city’s operating budget. Improving public safety and the perception of safety in Cleveland is a primary goal of the Jackson Administration.