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Elder Jonathon S. Pressley presented in concert

At a very early age, Pressley began singing solos for the morning worship services at his uncle’s and godparent’s church.

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More Americans sought unemployment benefits last week

The economy is stumbling through a period of slower growth

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Cleveland Indians lose home opener

Gaylord Perry a 76-year-old former all star pitcher for the Indians, throw out the first pitch

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New research suggests Blacks have predisposition to alcoholism

With growing concern over the prevalence of heavy drinking among African-American youth, Carby believes national campaigns should focus more attention on steering young adults away from alcohol.

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CBCF’s STEM focus expands to China

The CBCF is currently accepting applications for the China Study Abroad program. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2015.

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Alexandria Johnson Boone named the first recipient of the “Women Who Change The World - International Award”

“The Elite Women Around The World (EWAW) - Women Who Change The World Award International Award was established to honor and recognize a woman who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, shown professional accomplishments,

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Maya Angelou is the face of the newest Forever Stamp

Currently, the USPS has no plans to alter the quote. Angelou's stamp is a commemorative one – as such, it will only be issued once and for a limited time.

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Three men sentenced for Double R Bar shooting

Security guards escorted the first group of men from the bar. Then a short time after, shots were fired, striking the two women as they stood outside the bars entrance.

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Toddler shot and killed by 3 year old

Police are still trying to piece together the events leading up to the shooting, Williams said, but he told reporters at least one adult was home when it happened.

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East Cleveland officer dies in crash

Officer Joiner leaves behind not only a thankful community and police department, but also a beautiful daughter who must now come to grips with her father being unable to see her off to prom and walk her down the aisle of marriage.

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Cleveland Public Library welcomes Trisha Meili

In the spring of 1989, Trisha Meili, a 28-year-old investment banker, was found raped and bludgeoned in the Central Park mud.

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Cavaliers big three did it

Cavs are ready for post season

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Police Blotter Week of April 8, 2015

Thief spotted at Taco Bell after he stole a magazine from Speedway Gas: (South Euclid) Here’s a for real fool. On March 17, it was reported dude walked into the Speedway gas station on Mayfield Road

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Delta Dental launch Oral Health Pilot Project in Ohio

Reach Out and Read, a national evidence-based program focused on improving literacy, builds on the unique relationship between parents and medical providers to develop critical early reading skills in children,

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Hand’s Off: Don’t raid your retirement accounts!

The best strategy, of course, is to leave a 401(k) retirement savings account alone.

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Lebron James breaking records

James who seems to have took some of the players under his wing and brought some of skill to the hardwood. James also won the award in February;

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‘The Cross’ celebrates death of Christ

Pastor Johnson told the story of the Jenkins Family dealing with the death of their only son (Jimmy Jenkins Jr.) played by Johnathon Johnson. His earthly father (Jimmy Jenkins Sr.) played by Pastor Johnson was not a believer and often taunted his wife Florence

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Ben Crump: NNPA Newsmaker of the Year

During his remarks at the dinner, Crump credited Black-owned news media for daring to write and talk about the phenomenon he called the ‘‘Houdini handcuffed suicide killings” of young people of color in the back of police cars.

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Kasich agrees with Dems, vetoes student driver line in transportation bill

In an interview last week, Williams told the Call & Post that while she was pleased with the transportation compromise, and while she applauded efforts of both Democrats and Republicans to find common ground to resolve the stalemate,

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Four sentenced in Brennan’s Colony murder

Devonne Turner, 27 was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for 37 years. He pleaded guilty to aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary, murder,

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