It made headlines this week. A statue of President Abraham Lincoln standing over a newly freed slave was removed in downtown Boston and put into storage for now. 19 News did some digging, and we found a similar monument exists here in Cleveland.
Due to COVID-19, this grandmother lost her job and was behind on her mortgage payments and other bills she has for taking care of herself and her autistic grandson, who suffers from seizures. Nana’s Tribe Foundation was able to pay her upcoming mortgage payment.
"No citizen of Akron should worry about whether their rent or utility check will be received, whether their prescription or benefit check will arrive, or whether their vote will be counted because of decisions made in Washington, D.C."
Difficulties at the post office have delayed the delivery of utility bills to residents of Medina, according to a press release from Medina’s utility department.Regardless, bills are still due on December 21, according to the city.
The Browns QB's cleats showcase the Avon High School’s Unified Club's artwork for the Special Olympics that was made by students with and without disabilities stating, “Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is an act.”
MetroHealth announced today that they received a historic gift from JoAnn and Bob Glick that they will use to reverse health inequalities and bolster community health throughout Great Cleveland, according to a hospital media release.