When the city said it was giving away $100 to the first 200 residents who were willing to swap out their gas mower for a cleaner electric one, the spots were claimed quickly. Replacing lawn mowers won’t put us in the clear for improving air quality, but it’s a start.
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.
The Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism Collaborative and the Cuyahoga County Public Library are hosting a free online conversation on May 31, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m, about what cities are doing about rising water costs.
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.
After decades of decline, many government agencies and nonprofits are trying to replenish the Forest City’s trees, especially in the barest neighborhoods, and especially this month, when the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day falls on Friday.
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?