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01/26/2022 07:37 AM
Cleveland’s Blanket Party to Release New Single From Forthcoming Album at CODA Show Saturday Night
Local rock band Blanket Party is releasing a new single, “Flower Monster,” this weekend when it plays Coda on Saturday night. The song follows the story...

01/26/2022 05:41 AM
Holding criminals accountable requires holding police accountable, too: Eric Foster
Clevelanders wanted a multifaceted approach to crime. One that involved hiring more police, addressing underlying causes of crime, and acknowledging that the police need to be held accountable, as well. That is just what Justin Bibb offered. I believe that is why he is now Mayor Justin Bibb. Time will tell if his approach works. Lord knows I hope it does, writes Eric Foster in his column today.

01/26/2022 05:24 AM
Holton-Wise, a Flood of Covert LLCs and Out-of-State Investors Have Radically Changed the Local Housing Market. Is There Anything Cleveland Can Do to Fight Back?
Last summer, in the midst of his mayoral campaign, Justin Bibb walked up the front stairs of a dilapidated house in Detroit Shoreway to a...

01/25/2022 11:49 AM
Springfield urges cleanup of toxic barrel fill
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – Leaders within the City of Springfield are seeking to apply more pressure towards the cleanup of the Tremont City barrel fill. According to the City of Springfield,…

01/25/2022 07:47 AM
Springfield City Commissioner: 'It's an outrage that this site hasn't been cleaned up'
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WKEF) -- City of Springfield officials and community leaders are seeking to apply additional pressure towards the cleanup of the Tremont City Barrel Fill site, located at 3108 Snyder Domer Road. The City of Springfield says industrial waste barrels full of toxic chemicals are being dumped in a portion of the closed landfill and are threatening to contaminate a nearby aquifer.

01/24/2022 07:41 AM
Monday Morning Thoughts: Mace Solution Represents a Good Balance, We'll See the Result | Davis Vanguard
By David M. Greenwald Everyday Injustice Davis, CA – The new proposed configuration for Mace seems like a reasonable arrangement—it eventually adds

01/23/2022 05:30 AM
Why Russia’s aggression against Ukraine is a priority for Ohio lawmakers like U.S. Sen. Rob Portman
Portman and a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators on Monday met with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

01/23/2022 12:00 AM
WREN, Barbara
WREN, Barbara AnnBarbara Ann Wren, age 79, of Springfield, passed away on Thursday, January 20, 2022, at Villa of Springfield. She was born the daughter of Edgar H. and Mabel Lewis on January 19, 1943, in Tremont City, Ohio. She is preceded in death by her parents; Barbara is survived by her beloved husband Frank Wren; daughter Lisa (Tony) Roush of Florida; brother James (Martha) Wren of South Vienna; grandchildren Brant, Sierra, and Anthony; great-grandchildren Kaylee, Kenzie, Kirsten, Anthony, Ava, Brooklyn, and Frankie. Barbara was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She will be missed by all of those who love her. Barbara was a longtime member of Northridge United Methodist Church. For many years she worked as a Registered Nurse at Community Hospital, and Villa of Springfield. In her spare time, she enjoyed shopping for clothes, and collecting precious moments figurines. A graveside service will be held at South Vienna Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Arrangements entrusted to RICHARDS, RAFF, & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Online condolences may be left at www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

01/23/2022 12:00 AM
WREN, Barbara
WREN, Barbara AnnBarbara Ann Wren, age 79, of Springfield, passed away on Thursday, January 20, 2022, at Villa of Springfield. She was born the daughter of Edgar H. and Mabel Lewis on January 19, 1943, in Tremont City, Ohio. She is preceded in death by her parents; Barbara is survived by her beloved husband Frank Wren; daughter Lisa (Tony) Roush of Florida; brother James (Martha) Wren of South Vienna; grandchildren Brant, Sierra, and Anthony; great-grandchildren Kaylee, Kenzie, Kirsten, Anthony, Ava, Brooklyn, and Frankie. Barbara was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She will be missed by all of those who love her. Barbara was a longtime member of Northridge United Methodist Church. For many years she worked as a Registered Nurse at Community Hospital, and Villa of Springfield. In her spare time, she enjoyed shopping for clothes, and collecting precious moments figurines. A graveside service will be held at South Vienna Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Arrangements entrusted to RICHARDS, RAFF, & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME. Online condolences may be left at www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

01/21/2022 03:32 PM
Abbey Avenue apartments planned, panned
A plan for 132 units in a five-story building and 10 townhouses in the Duck Island section of Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood has gotten schematic approval from the Cleveland City Planning Commission. It also drew criticism from residents about the impact of it and two other proposed multifamily projects on the area's quality of life.

01/21/2022 05:53 AM
New City Hall structure, revamped Council committees suggest welcome new priorities: editorial
These changes point to a broadened lens on public needs in Cleveland, sending a welcome signal that change is coming. How quickly, how wisely, how comprehensively and equitably remains to be seen. But if it adds up to “not business as usual,” that’s already a positive, writes the editorial board of The Plain Dealer and cleveland.com in an editorial today.

01/20/2022 03:36 PM
NBA All-Star logo cut-outs added to Cleveland script signs
Cut-out logos for the NBA All-Star Game have been added to Cleveland script signs throughout the city.

01/20/2022 02:38 AM
Indiana & Ohio Railway to receive $500K grant to improve Tremont City siding
The Ohio Rail Development Commission has announced a $500,000 grant to the Indiana & Ohio Railway to improve the Tremont City siding.

01/19/2022 06:03 AM
Why can’t Northeast Ohio land a major manufacturer like Toledo and Columbus? The Wake Up for Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022
A major hurdle for Northeast Ohio is it has been more densely developed than other parts of the state. Read about this and other stories in The Wake Up, cleveland.com's morning newsletter.

01/18/2022 05:24 PM
Cleveland fires president of Black Shield Police Association after internal investigation related to bribery case
Sgt. Vincent Montague Jr. was fired by the Cleveland Division of Police on Dec. 29, after he lied to investigators about his communication with Andrew Long, a man who was convicted of bribing a police officer.