CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Mayoral election between Kevin Kelley and Justin Bibb is just two weeks away, so 3News' Austin Love sat down with both of the remaining candidates for a personal conversation to see how Cleveland would look under their leadership. Current City Council President Kevin Kelley took Austin...
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William Herman Schultz, M.D. and Annie Lyda Taylor To Be Featured in Fifteenth Annual Walking Tour of Historic Fort Hill Cemetery. (Editor's note: The following article was written exclusively for the Banner by Michael T. Slaughter, one of America's most prestigious genealogists who conducted the research into Cleveland's first settler, Andrew Taylor.)
A key player in the West 25th revival, the two-concept spot from partners Sam McNulty and Mark Priemer is transitioning to a new future. On Oct. 14, the 16th anniversary of Bier Markt, Sam McNulty announced on Twitter and in a newsletter that his forward-thinking West 25th Street restaurants Bier Markt and Bar Cento would close permanently.
After commenting on Twitter how seeing the Tony Tasset: Judy’s Hand Pavilion reminded me of FRONT International 2018 (read details in my blog post about visiting moCa Cleveland on September 24, 2021), I received a reply tweet from FRONT International Executive Director Fred Bidwell saying "more to come!" Therefore, I knew to watch for something to happen soon regarding FRONT International 2022, which led me to see . . .
Clevelanders have known it for decades: our pizza scene is unbelievable. Ask any local, they’ll tell you their favorite mom and pop pizza shop that’s been serving their neighborhood for generations. But just like there’s always room for one more slice, there’s certainly room for new pizza shops doing creative and delicious things in this medium. Here are just a few of the newest pizza shops serving fresh slices of ‘za in CLE.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - As the November election draws closer, there is more and more talk about Issue 24 and what it would mean for public safety in Cleveland. On Tuesday, the police held a meeting to discuss the issue at the Mount Carmel school gym on Cleveland’s West Side.
In just three weeks, Cleveland residents will take to the polls for the first time in more than 15 years to vote for a candidate who is not Frank Jackson.
Since March of last year, Clevelanders have watched with fascination as the country’s tallest mass-timber building has taken shape in Ohio City. As the INTRO project approaches the finish line, the developers are revealing publicly for the first time their plans for three separate retail food and drink establishments within the property.
BEREA, Ohio (WJW) — A Baldwin Wallace research group recently asked 419 registered voters in Cleveland about the mayoral election coming up in November and here’s what they found. The combination phone and web panel survey, conducted Sept. 27-Oct. 8 by the Baldwin Wallace University Community Research Institute, found that...
Beyond requests for individual property repairs and pleas for infrastructure improvements in their neighborhoods, Clevelanders who responded to the city's surveys about the allocation of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars largely recognized the importance of targeting inequity if Cleveland is to recover from the pandemic. While many respondents called...
CLEVELAND (WJW) – The two remaining candidates in the Cleveland mayoral race hoped to win over city residents during a debate Monday evening. Nonprofit executive Justin Bibb and Cleveland City Council president Kevin Kelley led the crowded field of seven candidates in September’s primary. Bibb finished with 27% of the vote, while Kelley had 19.4%. Roughly 3,000 votes separated the two.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Non-profit executive Justin Bibb and City Council President Kevin Kelley will answer 90-minutes of questions from their public in their first true debate appearance following the September primary. The debate, held by the City Club of Cleveland, will use pre-recorded video questions from Clevelanders to address...
CLEVELAND — Mansfield Frazier, a prominent figure in Cleveland who was a journalist and community advocate, has died, according to the Greater Cleveland Association of Black Journalists. According to Frazier’s biography, he was the editor of several local publications, including the Downtown Tab, Call & Post and CityNews. He then...
Pleasant temperatures likely throughout week with chances of showers: Northeast Ohio weather forecast
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Clevelanders can keep comfortably sporting their T-shirts and shorts this week as consistent fall temperatures continue to hold off. Temperatures will be mild, pleasant and even borderline summer-like at the beginning of the week, with a chance of showers present throughout some of this week, according to the National Weather Service.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Mayor Father Time Frank Jackson gave is 16th and final State of the City address Thursday evening in the cavernous Cleveland Public Auditorium with room to pass along the giant hourglass marking his 4 terms as Mayor of Cleveland and decades of public service to it. Left...
CLEVELAND — A push to "opt-in" to the city of Cleveland's renovated recycling program is full-speed ahead. Mayor Frank G. Jackson explained Friday afternoon why the city has taken on a new approach to reusing products. Reducing and reusing is the greener way, but has faced a winding road of confusion and concern in Cleveland.