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It’s not too late: choose the public school that works for your child

After eight years at The Intergenerational School, Gina will be starting 9th grade at the John Hay School of Science and Medicine this August.

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Last Voice Standing Competition

This is your time to shine and show Cleveland the talent you have been blessed with. This will be Cleveland’s Best, not just on Sunday. You may be the next big star. You never know who might be in the audience listening.

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Cleveland has something to bark about

In 2014, Cleveland set a franchise record for the most new season-ticket and suite sales in one season, accomplishing the feat in back-to-back years.

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Wild about the latest ape movie:

As a cadre of kind-hearted scientists trek their way to beg Caesar to allow them to work on a broken-down hydraulic power-plant, unaccosted by untrusting primates

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Cavaliers sign Andrew Wiggins

The Cleveland Cavaliers sign Wiggins and Harris to contracts.

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Mandel School study examines CWRU perceptions of East Cleveland

“East Cleveland and Case Western benefit from a strong urban university that is productively connected to its surrounding neighborhoods, making it important to support and build on these positive existing relationships and efforts,” they said.

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Local student wins golden ticket at Columbus ‘Idol’ audition

Despite his youth, Tucker has plenty of experience performing. He previously participated in “Ohio Idol,” a regional version of the national competition, which gave him a pass to move to the front of the line at the Capital University audition.

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Police Blotter Week of July 23, 2014

They’re having a peaceful memorial on Imperial and some clown is there talking junk: HELLO! 911? Would ya’ll please come and stop this doofus from running his mouth before somebody shuts him up.

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Cleveland Browns sign Justin Gilbert

Browns sign number one pick Justin Gilbert.

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OJAYS featured at Family Unity Day Festival

The O’Jays have spent more than 40 years producing hits and entertaining audiences with their soulful singing and incredible stage presence, and include original members Eddie Levert, Sr. and Walter Williams, Sr. with a great young dynamic vocalist Eric Nolan Grant who joined the group in 1995.

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Imani Temple Rev. Rodney Thomas marries Marcia Kennon

Thomas is also the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate in Divinity awarded by Monrovia College, Liberia, West Africa. Before being led by the Holy Spirit to find this ministry of Imani Temple, he was assigned to the historic St. James A.M.E. Church.

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Soapbox Derby fails to recognize highest ranked Black racer

She started racing only two years before claiming her title. With the assistance of her uncle, cousin and two neighbors, she built the car herself. “My car was pink and it had ‘I have a dream’ on the side,” she said.

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Business Exchange

As the Washington Informer celebrates its golden anniversary, executives in the publication say they continue Rolark’s mission “to highlight positive images of African Americans in the nation’s capital.”

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Dr. Robinson named president of Florida State

As the vice president for Learning and Engagement, Robinson provided leadership and administrative oversight for all aspects of the development, review and implementation of the college’s academic credit curriculum,

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50th anniversary of Freedom Summer spurs Ohio voting discussion

In 2010, many individuals chose not to vote for a variety of reasons and now we have certain office holders who support policies that completely undermine African American communities,” followed Davis.

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Freddy Collier city’s first Black planning director

When he came to the city he worked hard. And with his flair for dressing he stood out in a very positive way. When you see Collier normally he has that big smile on his face because he likes what he does.

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Man dies after being choked by NYPD

A voice off camera serving as an on-the-scene “street narrator” can be heard saying “Once again the police are beating-up on people and all he did was break up a fight. And this is what happens for breaking up a fight

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Lorain County Sheriff’s Locate Body of Man missing from Cleveland

Cory Barron found in Lorian Landfill

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Cleveland Indians in third place

The Cleveland Indians has to make their bats and pitching dance to the new Cleveland beat.

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