Betsy DeVos empowers states to decide which schools receive student vouchers.   Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told Congress on Wednesday that the president’s lavish spending to expand school choice initiatives would not ban federal funds going to private schools that discriminate, the New York Times reports. Testifying to a House Appropriations subcommittee, DeVos said the […]

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration prepared Wednesday to release a tax reform plan that calls for big corporate rate cuts and an increase in standard deductions, a pricey package that could face an uphill climb in Congress. “This is going to be the biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform in the history of […]

CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish released the following statement early Friday morning in reaction to President Trump’s proposed budget: The proposed federal budget cuts would be devastating to the people of Northeast Ohio: For example, cuts to the Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act jeopardize the health of our residents, particularly those who […]

  As reports by CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson presented his 2015 budget estimates to City Council on Friday morning. Jackson points out that despite economic growth in the area, the city’s revenue remains flat because it receives no direct benefit from the development of businesses in greater Cleveland. He notes revenue […]

While many of us are well aware that eating healthy is the right thing to do, the price tag (or our perception of the price…

I am really going to be honest with you and it may sound shameful, but I don’t keep a budget, (bad personal finance coach, bad personal finance coach) at least not in the conventional sense with spreadsheets and graphs. But best believe, a sister named Kara I. Stevens makes her monthly savings goal every month. […]

  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland teachers and many parents showed up to voice their concern to the school board Tuesday night. They are angry over proposed cuts to the budget. The Cleveland school district is adopting what is called Student-Based budgeting in order to trim $21 million from their expenses — but promises there will be […]


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  CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Clinic announced Wednesday morning that they will be cutting $330 million from their 2014 budget. “This is a process and the Cleveland Clinic is focused on driving a more efficient healthcare system. The goal is to make healthcare more affordable [and] efficient to patients,” Cleveland Clinic spokeswoman Eileen Sheil said. […]

Parents, saving for college is never easy.  Good thing we found an expert that can help you put your child through college even though you may think you can’t afford it!  Author Kristina Ellis was awarded $500,000 in free money for college and she spoke with Grace Roberts to discuss the tricks of the trade […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Mayor Frank Jackson has just pitched his budget for all of 2013. The total for the city comes in at $1.3 billion and the Mayor is boasting yet another year of a balanced budget. Partially because of a surge of new jobs within the city the Mayor was working with a […]

What some described to be a stressful community meeting wrapped up at an East Cleveland community center Wednesday night. The city’s mayor, Gary Norton, hosted a town hall meeting at the Helen S. Brown Community Center.   It was the first time Norton addressed the recent police department cuts since 20 members were handed layoff notices […]