The debate over tax breaks for nonprofit Cleveland-area hospitals is also about racism and redlining
Cleveland nonprofit hospitals get millions in property tax breaks. Many are asking, ‘Is it worth it?’
The Coit Road Farmers Market is helping East Clevelanders cultivate their own crops with its beginning farmers apprenticeship program. This program comes just in time for the market’s 90th anniversary and the start of the 2022 growing season.
Often the way we think about gardens and green space are places where we can grow plants, fruits, and vegetables. They also serve as a solution to the growing number of vacant lots in my neighborhood.
Although many imagine the vegan diet as nothing more than brown rice and steamed broccoli, Cleveland is full of rich vegan dishes — the Old Brookyln neighborhood is no exception to that.
Resident complaints against University Circle Police reveal need for external review board as patrol jurisdiction set to expand
With the jurisdiction of University Circle Police’s jurisdiction poised to expand, longtime residents voiced concern about how the department handles complaints.