Cleveland Councilman Kevin Conwell has taken on an analysis matrix style of assessing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (S.W.O.T.) of merging the Cleveland and East Cleveland.
Although most of the new users are from the suburbs and roughly half of the deaths are too, most of the heroin is found in the inner city of Cleveland.
If all of this doesn’t get the attention of East Cleveland as to the hole it is in, maybe a resolution drafted by the Planning Commission will.
Years in the planning, the $16 million project boasts numerous attractions that Playhouse Square officials are banking will become iconic symbols of Cleveland similar to that of the Hollywood sign in Los Angles.
But, all in all, he wants people who read the book to know they can relate to him, a man who will help someone in dire straits.
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The saga that has become the East Cleveland Library Board of Trustees continued this past Monday night.
Marcia Fudge condemns Issa for his ‘disrespectful manner’ Rep. Cummings says Issa apologized and he accepts
The hearing was on the improper targeting of tea party groups by the Internal Revenue Service. Cummings was trying to say that Republicans have overblown the controversy.
The chase started when police believed either Russell or Williams fired a shot while riding around downtown Cleveland near the Justice Center.
Call and Post newspaper to present television special ‘A Cleveland Conversation on Diversity & Inclusion’
This hour-long television special will provide longtime Cleveland residents, newcomers, and others with an insightful look on how today’s organizations are embracing change.
The Department of Public Safety makes up 57 percent of the city’s operating budget. Improving public safety and the perception of safety in Cleveland is a primary goal of the Jackson Administration.
He was assigned to the SWAT unit and then, in 1997, Commander of the Fourth District. In March of 2005, he was appointed chief of Police.
Cloves C. Campbell, Jr., chairman of the NNPA, said he remains optimistic that his group will get a fair hearing in federal court
“This is our property. We own these places. If the Indians and Cavaliers packed up and left Cleveland, we will still own these buildings and places,” said County Councilman Pernell Jones Jr.