More than a year after two shootings at Madison Park in Lakewood sparked a series of changes, the young athletes who use the basketball court believe the area is much safer now than it was last spring.
The city is hiring consultants to further develop, design, and implement trauma-informed programming in hopes of helping young people and families deal with the stress of violence on city streets and sometimes in the home.
An innovative and somewhat unusual program this summer at four Canton area parks will teach kids as young as six how to treat gunshot wounds with basic first aid in response to an increase in gun violence involving children and teens.
Beloved Cleveland icon Lolly the Trolley will give its final ride in late May after 37 years of serving more than 2.5 million people, “welcoming visitors and Clevelanders alike to experience Cleveland’s past, present, and future in a positive light,” owners Sherrill Paul Witt and Peter Paul announced.
Kent photographer and illustrator James Vaughan’s collaboration with NASA, depicting the James Webb Space Telescope launched on Dec. 25, 2021, will be one of the seven new stamps to be featured in 2022
Valeria Kyryienko was a yoga instructor in Kyiv who, despite hearing about the threats that Russia would invade her home country, stayed home. Her mother, who has lived in Northeast Ohio for eight years, convinced her to leave two weeks before the shelling began.
"K-9 Arlo worked his successful career faithfully alongside his partner, Deputy Chief Merchant. K-9 Arlo was responsible for over a hundred arrests from his deployments for tracking, building searches, narcotics detection, and evidence recovery."