Mayor Frank Jackson holding ‘Tele Town Hall’ on racial inequality; city also says airlines bringing flights back to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Mayor Frank Jackson holding ‘Tele Town Hall’ on racial inequality; city also says airlines bringing flights back to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
FILE - In this June 2, 2020, file photo, Cleveland police officers and protesters take a knee together during a rally for black lives, in Cleveland. George Floyd, a black man, died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on May 25 and his death sparked protests. Black officers find themselves torn between two worlds when it comes to the protests against police brutality happening around the U.S. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) (Source: Tony Dejak)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson plans to hold a “Tele Town Hall” Thursday on racial inequality, where city leaders and residents can weigh in on how to achieve social reform initiatives.

The phone conference will be held at 5:45 p.m., and you can register here.

Airlines reinstating service at Cleveland Hopkins

JetBlue has now re-loaded their pre-coronavirus flight schedule at Cleveland Hopkins, with four non-stops to Boston and one to Ft. Lauderdale starting sometime around Aug. 1. 

Allegiant returned to their full schedule this month, and Spirit will return to their full schedule on or around July 1. 

Coronavirus

Twenty-seven more cases of coronavirus and zero new fatalities were reported in Cleveland on Monday, bringing the city’s total infections to 1,962 and deaths to 75.

As of today, there are 42,254 confirmed cases and 2,467 fatalities in Ohio as cases continue to spike.

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