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Lee-Harvard-Miles Community Festival Is a Block Party with a Purpose!

This year’s festival poster was designed by Ms. Reeves’ Kindergarten class of Archbishop Lyke School at St. Henry campus. The school will receive supplemental school and art supplies for the upcoming school year for their award- winning design.

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Ohio lawmakers fight "Pink Tax" on feminine products

States that have already repealed taxes on feminine hygiene products include Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Minnesota. Canada and Australia recently eliminated the “Pink Tax” as well.

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Charleston church bombing hits close to home

Thursday morning to help identify the body, but their son and his church held a vigil for them Thursday to let them know that they are praying for them 750 miles away.

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East Cleveland barely holding on, Norton still talks merger

The city could borrow against its local government funding, but that doesn't address the underlying financial problem. When asked about them paying their bills, the answer was clear from Yost.

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Strengthening our community through education

The Office of Community Development can create channels for the school to focus its energy on rebuilding their communities by exposing school staff, students, and parents to diverse community activities.

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Rev. George Stewart celebrates 46 years at Zion Chapel

Pastor Stewart received a plaque for demonstrating leadership in the Community from the Mayor’s Office, the Fourth District Police Community Affairs Unit, and the Youth Empowerment Group.

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Have a Hart this Father’s Day and fill dad’s ‘Plastic Cup’ with comedy

Speaking of dads… Recently, CP2 caught up with Lynn where the 37-year-old comic explained in living color, how he got his start, the future of his career, why the Mid-West (specifically Cleveland) is one of his favorite regions to perform in and his anticipation of becoming a first time father.

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Rep. Howse advocates for Cleveland Community Police Commission to include young professionals

According to the legal settlement, the commission requires diverse membership, including individuals from faith-based organizations, the business community and minority and other disadvantaged groups.

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Deontay Wilder still heavy weight boxing champ

“I gave it everything I had,” a dejected Molina said. “It wasn’t the result I wanted but what can I do. It was my dream to fight for the title. Wilder is a great fighter and I want him to be great.”

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Former home health aide gets 5 years in prison for rape

Two, the victim, now 18, also testified that Nian entered her upstairs bedroom and performed oral sex on her, leaving her there crying after the incident.

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DNA links Cleveland man to several rapes

The trial was delayed for several months but finally came to a close on June 5.

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Call & Post Editorial:C & P Publisher defends White NAACP president

To put it mildly, this is not the representation we have come to expect from them, and this paper refuses to stand by as an NAACP apologist

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Cleveland Public Library Strikes up a Different Conversation

The Series will continue on Thursday, August 6th with a conversation featuring Rick Chiricosta, President and CEO of Medical Mutual, and Dr. Ronald M. Berkman, President of Cleveland State University.

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Cleveland Eight fighting for justice

In a phone interview with the Rice family, attorney Walter Madison shed a little light on what he called an historic moment.

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Super promoter Don King brings boxing to Birmingham

Yep, that’s right, Alabama ain’t just for football and Vegas isn’t the only town with bright lights and big time fights

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Cavs playing well in Finals, wins game 3

Cavs Lebron James and Matthew Dellavedova go hard against Golden State

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Three Cleveland teens charged in Sandusky Stabbings

Three Cleveland area teens are in custody after allegedly stabbing three Sandusky teens last week

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Shaker superintendent Dr. Hutchings continues tradition of success

His philosophy is that every child has a right to a high quality education regardless of whatever their circumstances may be

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Don King appoints Ken Miller to run Call & Post Newspaper

The Los Angeles native arrived in Cleveland on June 5 and is relocating to the region to assume authority of the newspaper

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Social worker learns 'education is a game changer'

Betts found the experience to be completely enriching and life changing

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