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Maple Heights’ Farmer Jones Indoor Market will be reopening on August 1st under a new operator, Rid-All Green Partnership. The new ownership will help ensure that area residents continue to have access to healthy, high-quality food.
With its open front porch, large arched windows and hipped roof, the Cozad-Bates house at Mayfield Road and East 115th Street is an architectural gem. It’s chilling to imagine that a terrified, hungry and exhausted slave could very well have sought refuge here.
When the U.S. economy came to a screeching halt back in March due to the Covid-19 shutdown, it left many small businesses in a tough spot. Many had to close their doors with no idea when or if they would reopen.
The city of Cleveland recently released its new outdoor dining guidelines and regulations for allowing restaurants to take over streets, parking spaces and parking lots to expand outdoor dining while keeping people safe during Covid-19.
On May 12, staff at AsiaTown restaurant Emperor’s Palace spent hours preparing, boxing and sorting 100 free meals for neighborhood residents. The project was sponsored by the Medworks Unconditional Care COVID-19 Relief Fund, which purchases food and gift cards from local restaurants and grocery stores and distributes them to greater Cleveland community members in need.