Summer safety is smart!

Summer vacation is right around the corner!

Police Blotter Week of May 13, 2015

A dude on Longwood said a Debbie just threatened to kill: him: Heeeey! DEB SHAME ON YOU! I wonder what in the hell is this all about at this time in the morning? On May 7, around 9:27 a.m.

Will Brelo go to the pen or the pad?

The third issue is that none of the other 12 officers were charged with the killings of Williams or Russell. Therein lies the major problem with prosecuting this case.

Groundbreaking for long-awaited African American Cultural Garden

But, in order to make it to the finish line, it will need that second wind of energy from the African American community and other community stake holders.

Concerned Men hold community meeting, prepare Cleveland to not be another Baltimore

They had 113 officers injured, 114 vehicle fires and 19 structural fires.

Police Blotter Week of May 6, 2015

64 year old granny and her thieving partner busted stealing at J.C. Penney’s: (Richmond Heights) SHAME ON YOU GRANNY! Why in the hell are you still out there trying to boost with your old behind?

Black World Week of May 6, 2015

Nigeria’s military says it freed another large group of people during a raid on Boko Haram militants. One woman died and eight others were wounded as nine camps belonging to the Islamists were destroyed

Charges against officers brought focus back on Gray’s death, away from street violence

All of that and much more will be decided in the court of law. But for now, the curfew in Baltimore has been lifted,

Medical cannabis one giant step to legalization in Ohio

Now, where would the profit go? It would go to county and local governments, according to the group’s plan. Opponents of the plan are not impressed.

African American Garden groundbreaking on May 11

The Call & Post has been covering these events over the years and former editor Connie Harper maintain a great passion for seeing the garden happen.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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,