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James W. Wade III

Stories by James W.

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'Leap of Faith' jumps right out at you

The good Rev. is not like your ordinary everyday preacher. He has tricks and the gift of gab that will have you selling your first born for his ministry and even your wedding ring until he finds love from the very woman who wanted to shut him down and let the world know he was a fraud.

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Gaines Funeral Home caters to all

Their professional team of funeral directors and staff will assist you in making your dreams a reality. People find comfort for years to come when they can stand and say I did it my way.

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NEON spreads holiday cheer

The Helping Hands Holiday Fair was held at the Miles-Broadway Health Center located 9127 Miles Avenue, NEON’s newest location. Established in 1967, NEON, (formerly known as Hough Norwood), is one of the oldest and largest Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in the country with seven locations, a dental van and numerous outreach sites including nursing homes, schools and Job Corps.

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Johnny Manziel to start next week too

Manziel’s was drafted 22 in the draft and remember so was Brandon Weeden, but Manziel debut didn’t live up to the hype that fans felt his was worth.

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Lack of training possible cause of Tanisha Anderson’s death

The Anderson family said they watched Tanisha Anderson die after a cop used a takedown move to slam her to the pavement. “My niece did not have to die,” said Michael.

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Johnny Manziel will start next week

Manziel has to be there key for the Browns to win. “I’m very appreciative of the opportunity that Coach Pettine and the coaching staff have given me to be the starter on Sunday.

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Mayor Jackson administration walks out of city council meeting

“This deals with what happened to the department under your watch. I do believe you should step down and Marty Flask should step down,” said Johnson. “I don’t think that’s radical; I think that’s reasonable.”

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Attorney General Eric Holder: Cleveland Police use excessive force

Some of the officers’ search and seizures, Holder added, violated the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The department examined nearly 600 use-of-force incidents that occurred between 2010 and 2013.

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Mother of Tamir Rice speaks out

Samaria told reporters she did not allow those types of toys (play guns) in her house and that her son got it from a friend. “Tamir was a bright child. He had a promising future.

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Five murdered on East 92nd Street

Jalonte described his mother as a great woman and told us “she was not only a mom, but she was a mom to everyone who needed one and a child of God.

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Cleveland police shoot, kill 12-year-old boy

There is no justification for killing the 12 year old child,” said Cleveland activist John Boyd.

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LeBron James Eastern Conference Player of Week

He then posted his season-high 41 points on 16-27 (.593) shooting, four rebounds and a team-high seven assists in 41 minutes, while helping the Cavs overcome a 19-point fourth quarter deficit in Boston on November 14.

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Union Miles Development Corporation receives top honors

One of the newest attractions to the area was the building of Miles Pointe on East 131 Street. Miles Pointe Crossing is a $6.3 million dollar redevelopment of 6.64 acres into a new green built retail center

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Urban League host 24th EOD Luncheon

This year, they have decided to change location but not the program to better serve the Greater Cleveland community, said Mockabee.

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Barnes sues the party – his own

The Call & Post attempted to reach out to Chris Redfren numerous times and never got a call back.

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Imperial Ave. now home to ‘Garden of 11 Angels’

The families went to dinner afterwards and invited some friends. The Cathedral Church of God in Christ, where Bishop F. E. Perry is the pastor, hosted the meal.

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President Kelley is ready to take on council strife

In response to questions from the Call & Post about the letter that came to him from Councilman Mike Polensak, Kelley kept his cool.

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Cavs lose opener to Knicks

The Cleveland Cavaliers lose the opener at Quicken Loans Arena Thursday night.

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Cavs open 2014 season tonight

New season starts tonight for the Cleveland Cavaliers

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Leon Bibb a Black Professional with style

Bibb served in the army and is a decorated veteran of war. He received a Bronze Star Medal for his service in Vietnam.

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Jackson wants to keep red light cameras

Councilman Jeff Johnson has been a proponent for the red light cameras and addresses the argument that the citations unduly burden poor Clevelanders.

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Cleveland Browns ready for the Raiders

I’ve ever felt after one. That’s just something that you have to deal with, learning on the job. It’s not always going to be perfect, and you’re not always going to win the game.

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Schron proposes new “Jobs-4-Unity Initiative

As CEO of Jergens, Inc. a manufacturing company in Collinwood, Schron started the Jack H. Schron Sr. Memorial Scholarship fund to support Max Hayes High School in memory of his father,

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Cleveland residents asking for violence to stop

While talking they made it clear they want change and Council President Kevin Kelley to hear them and not sweep their concerns under the rug. “This may not be an east side versus the west side, but we feel our east side residents should get the same attention as the west side gets,” said Johnson.

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No cases of Ebola in Ohio

A weak bleach solution, soap and water or sunlight can kill the virus.

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Rev. Charles Lucas Jr. honored

Lucas always talks about family including his son Jason Lucas, who owns Lucas Memorial Chapel a Funeral Home in Garfield Heights. Jason is whose married to Yolanda Hilliard Lucas.

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Cleveland Police to start wearing vest cams

Everyday police officers are putting their lives on the line for the safety of our communities. I believe from the evidence that has been presented thus far in the three shootings

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Councilman calls out mayor

During the interview, he became so furious about the things not happeing in Cleveland and felt this administration is not paying it any attention.

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Finally Browns beat Steelers by running over them

The Steelers tried to take away the Browns running game, especially when the Browns were doing the no huddle stuff. “I felt like we were barely on the field to be honest with you.

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Armond Budish working to make a difference

The STEM tax credit would be allocated over ten years and individuals would have to work and live in Ohio for five years in order to be eligible for the credit. Individuals who earn an associate’s degree may be eligible for a $5,000 credit,

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Jack Schron’s ‘crossing the tracks’ for votes

Schron has values and believes in family, something he was raised with.

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Browns makes NFL history Sunday

Hoyer completed 21 of 37 passes for 292 yards with three touchdowns, one interception and a 98.0 rating. His three touchdowns tied a career high. He improved to 5 - 2 as a starter for the Browns

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Cavaliers ready for new season

The new team will have to learn to play with each other, but looking around the room you see a power house of players that include a rookie of the year guard Irving, All-Star forward Kevin Love,

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Jack Schron Jr., a businessman who believes in inclusion for all

Schron has built Jergens into the largest producer of precision tools for the assembly of items such as cellular phones, auto airbags, circuit board installations and other critical assembly applications

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Plenty ‘opportunity’ lies along the ‘corridor’

This announcement was huge for the minority community and shows they are making a step in improving minority inclusion. ODOT has also pledge to increase training and access to jobs, which was part of the original vision for this initiative.

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Indians win finale, finish 85-77

Indians close out the year

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/Indians eliminated from Wild Card

With Oakland’s victory over Texas, the Indians were eliminated from the AL Wild Card race with two games remaining.

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Cleveland Cavaliers held their Media Day

The Cavaliers have 349 wins and one Finals appearance in seven seasons with James. They lost 215 games the last four years

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Horseshoe Cleveland has been voted the top casino in Ohio in 15 categories

ROC invested $350 million to transform four floors of the Higbee Building into a full-service gaming destination.

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THIS Friday, September 26th Cavs 2014-15 Regular Season Monthly Single Game Lottery Registration

The Flash Seats marketplace will also open this Friday, September 26th at 10:00 a.m. and will feature single game ticket inventory made available by Cavs Wine & Gold United members who hold season tickets.

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Indians take series finale, stay alive in AL Wild Card race

Cleveland Indians still may have a chance to play in the post season.

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Spirit Airlines fly's into Cleveland

New Spirit Airlines to start flying out of Cleveland Hopkins Airport.

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Browns alumni enjoy Legends weekend

During the Alumni Weekend many of the former players visited the Western Reserve Historical Society to view the exhibit: "When Browns Town was Title Town".

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Indians fall to Royals, 7-1/Must win final 4, get help to make Postseason

After dropping last night’s series opener the Indians are now 0-2 to begin their regular season-ending 6-game homestand vs. Kansas City (0-2 +1 game) and Tampa Bay (3 games)…the Indians run in bottom of the 8th snapped a streak of 19 consecutive scoreless innings dating back to the 6th inning of Sunday’s game vs. Minnesota.

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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.

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Indians split pair of Monday games vs. KC

Indians needed to win more games for play off spot.

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Browns lose close one

One of the highlight’s was a trick play where Johnny Manziel was on the side line talking to coach’s and ran down field for a nice catch that was brought back due to running back Terrance West not lining up properly.

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Indians tie it in 9th, win it in 13/

In the four-game series, Indians pitchers registered a 1.38 ERA (6 ER/39IP), with 50 strikeouts against 7 walks.

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Cleveland Police need your help for Rape Suspect

Early morning Rape Suspect named

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Street named after Elder Carrington

Elder Carrington is also an outstanding and inspirational teacher, who established the Love Center Bible Institute No. 9338 in September, 2000.

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