That’s Danielle Quarles, a single mother of two, a 7-year-old daughter, and a three-year-old son. She’s a nurse’s assistant at the Cleveland Clinic. She’s the author of two books of poetry. She has completed three years of Hospitality Management and about to complete her Bachelor of Business Administration degree. For her, homeownership is a dollars and sense issue.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is warning people about potential electrical hazards that exist in swimming pools, hot tubs, onboard boats, on docks, piers, and in waters surrounding boats, marinas, and launch ramps.
Nikki Hudson belongs to a group called Friends of Lake Avenue Bridge. They have been waging a community vs the Goliath war against Norfolk Southern Railroads. She said they pleaded with the rail company to repair the old bridge.
When Dave’s Supermarket closed its location in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood, the community was left with a major void and the city had its newest food desert; a lack of adequate grocery options in an already underserved part of town.
CrossCountry Mortgage will move from Brecksville to the Superior Arts District on Cleveland's near east side, bringing 600 jobs to a 170,000 square foot campus in the middle of $46 million on renovation
The Clark-Fulton Together Community is an all-encompassing project meant as an upgrade for the neighborhood. It includes plans for affordable housing, green spaces, transportation, walkability, and living-wage jobs.
The United Way of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Branch of the NAACP are hosting an online dialogue Wednesday on the police reform mandated by the consent decree between the U.S. Department of Justice and the City of Cleveland.