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New Group tries to tackle violence in the Black community

Non-Violent Change and help to patrol various neighborhoods. Out of this call the Society for Non-violent Change and the two groups who answered have dubbed themselves “Organizations United for Peace.”

Ohio Voter Bill of Rights gearing up for conference

“The Ohio Voter Bill of Rights ballot initiative has mobilized volunteers throughout the state. To stop now would be a disservice to all those who are continuing to work as we speak.

Edward E. Strowder dies in Florida

For nearly six decades, the Strowder's Funeral Home & Cremation Services has been a staple in the Glenville Community. Founded by Mr. Edward E. Strowder and Mrs. Loretta J. Strowder in 1951;

Countdown to 100: Charles L. Sanders

Join us as we countdown to us turning 100 years old. The Call and Post is also an ongoing story, revealing the visions of trailblazing Black businessmen such as Garrett Morgan, W.O. Walker, and current publisher Don King..

Meet Charles Grayson

Charles is the Call and Post’s chief graphic designer

Cleveland Police need your help for Rape Suspect

Early morning Rape Suspect named

Call & Post Editorial: Ed FitzGerald should withdraw for the good of the party

Yes, it would not be an exaggeration to say that Ed FitzGerald’s run for governor has been a disaster. He has the opportunity to do something truly magnanimous for the Democratic Party – step down.

Man on the Street topic: Adrian Peterson and child discipline

As we took to our Facebook version of “Man on the Street,” on the question of disciplining children with a “good ol” whuppin, responses varied.

Plans underway for Civil Rights Legends event

They also had the opportunity to sit in on a meeting with Governor Kasich and some of his staff members. and Call & Post Publisher Don King and his staff.

Cleveland Homicides at five year high around this time

Troopers informed homicide investigators that a 28 year old male who had attempted suicide on US route 20 earlier in the day

The Cleveland Orchestra announces auditions for young dancers for The Joffrey Ballet’s The Nutcracker

The Cleveland Orchestra brings The Joffrey Ballet’s complete silver anniversary production of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker to PlayhouseSquare for seven holiday performances at the State Theatre in downtown Cleveland

Black officials say ‘NO’ without inclusion

Time for the Black community to get something from economic growth in Cleveland

Richmond Heights first black, female mayor under attack

Richmond Heights will have a special election to recall Mayor Headen.

100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland salutes outstanding Cleveland leaders

The proceeds from the gala will support the100’s new programming that will be introduced during the evening.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich visits the Call & Post Newspaper

John Kasich is the 69th Governor of Ohio, and has been in office since 2011