Alarmed by a rise in pedestrian safety incidents and car crashes in their neighborhood, residents of Slavic Village recently painted 11 brightly-colored curb bump outs and eye-catching designs on their streets to slow down speeders.
Cleveland City Council created a coalition of government leaders and advocacy groups to dismantle systemic racism in the city when it declared racism a public health crisis two years ago. Since then, the coalition leadership says the group has met monthly in secrecy.
Developer Russell Berusch bet big on living small when he completed 29 micro-suites on Larchmere. But will Clevelanders embrace it, particularly those living on historic Hessler Street in University Circle, where Berusch’s approved micro-unit development has drawn opposition?
Carolyn Cooper remembers East Glenville, the neighborhood she grew up in, as a well-manicured, caring community, but in what seemed like a blink of an eye, it has transformed into just another blighted Cleveland neighborhood.