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Buckeye Festival promotes pride

Buckeye Shaker Square Development Corporation also works with city council members and legislators on issues such as affordable housing, city clean ups, and youth involvement.

Kasich views time with Lehman Brothers as asset

Appearing on NBC's Meet the Press last week, Kasich blamed the 2008 housing crisis on the irresponsibility of "Wall Street and brokers" that conned "people into thinking they could buy homes that they couldn't afford."

Amos H. Lynch Sr. remembered as trailblazer, community leader

As a community activist, Lynch volunteered his time to organizations such as the United Negro College Fund, I Know I Can and served on several boards and commissions that promote civil rights and equality.

It's not a moment, it's a movement

But, the flip side of the coin is less shiny, rearing an ugly head. Although the Movement set out to bring peace to a city that has certainly suffered from some civil unrest, the reason(s) it was chosen still remains ...

North Central Correctional Institution sold;

Sears also said money from the sale will be spent on re-entry initiatives designed to reduce the recidivism rates, and she would rather use the saved dollars for taking care of prisoners.

Police Commission panel chosen, Gates resigns

The creation of the commission is one of several moves the city negotiated with the U.S. Justice Department in an effort to reform police practices and policies with the police decree.

Why Black Americans Can Vote Their Values And Vote Republican

Despite all this, some say that Republicans shouldn’t bother engaging with the black community. It’s a lost cause, they say, pointing to single-digit support in previous presidential elections.

The Committee of 40 Fly-­‐In

The event was titled “An Opportunity Agenda Towards Economic and Sustainable Growth in Urban Centers”

Call & Post Editorial:/ Blue Black: Red White

The Republican Party “only” wants a percentage of “Our” votes and in return they feel comfortable not addressing “Our” issues, comfortable with the establish quid pro quo.

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States that have already repealed taxes on feminine hygiene products include Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Minnesota.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.

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.

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.

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.

DNA links Cleveland man to several rapes

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

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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