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Was Mayweather Pacquiao the ‘Fight of the Century’ or dupe of the decade? Cleveland weighs in

Times have changed. In a sport where brawn once reigned supreme, boxing has become all about the Benjamins. Just ask any passerby on the Las Vegas strip.

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Call & Post Editorial:Political power trumps pastors, preaching and prayer

And he could have terminated or at least suspended Michael McGrath and/or Martin Flask, who served as the city's police of chief and safety director during the time of the 137 shots fiasco.

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Cleveland could be the next Baltimore

With activities taking place in Baltimore having relevance as a possibility of Cleveland’s future, the Call & Post took a trip to a town reported to be under siege.

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Police Blotter Week of April 29, 2015

Yvett Moss said somebody just stole her city issued trash can: YEAH! Some sucka had the nerve to steal my big ol’ trash can that the city issued. It will probably cost me some dough to replace the damn thing.

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JFK Alumni planning 50th All Class Gala

Johnston came out in 1968 and held the Alumni Association together with Attorney Earl Williams and Silas Ashley. Working in the community has been a big wish for the JFK Alumni Association.

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Cavaliers sweep Boston, advance to next round

In Game 3, Crowder beat up everybody on the Cavs team, many times he fouled LeBron James and the referees turned their back

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Supporting our own and circulating the black dollar

The bus traveled to several Black business corridors, stopping at each to allow riders to sample and purchase goods and services. The bus visited such businesses as Swilling Plaza

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Communities searching for solutions to gun violence

Sunday, six shootings in the Bronx, Harlem and Brooklyn left several males aged 19 to 40 wounded.

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Minority Men’s Health Fair held this week

The Minority Men’s Health Center also serves as a primary medical center home for men through collaboration with the Medicine Institute and Kidney Transplant Center for the early diagnosis, prevention and treatment of primary medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease and access to kidney transplantation.

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Loretta Lynch confirmed as Attorney General; 1st Black woman to hold post

Lynch’s nomination cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee in February, but she still waited longer than the seven most recent U.S. attorneys general combined for a vote on the Senate floor, Butterfield said.

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Kasich for president?

But for others, Kasich, when it really comes down to it, pound for pound, is just as qualified, if not better qualified to be president than anyone else in the race.

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Preachers brace for Brelo case

Pastor Charles Matthews Jr. and spoke on behalf of the younger ministers.

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Police Blotter Week of April 22, 2015

A woman on West 47th is threatening her ex-brother-in-law: On April 16, around 10:10 p.m., a call was received from a guy who lives in 3500 block of West 47th Street,

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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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