SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio – Once a city is built out, there are rarely chances for do-overs, that’s not the case though in Shaker Heights where the city’s new Van Aken District development project gives the eastern Cuyahoga County suburb a chance to build a new downtown. Call the $90 million mixed-use development rising at the […]

Check out some of the events going on around your community this weekend. Cleveland Kurentovanje What: The “Kurent Jump” will start the weekend festival where the Kurents start trying to scare off winter while partygoers enjoy food and beer. Where: Goldhorn Brewery, 1361 East 55th Street in Cleveland When: Feb. 24-25 Cleveland Auto Show What: The Auto […]

Easily regarded as one of Cleveland’s landmarks, the Terminal Tower is an enduring reminder of the city’s history, identity, and the perpetual reminder to progress. Terminal Tower has undergone many changes, on the interior and exterior, but one part of the tower that hasn’t changed is the 360 view it provides the public of the city. […]

AKRON, Ohio — Power has been restored to downtown Akron and areas west of downtown. According to the Akron Division of Fire, there was an underground electrical vault fire around 7:26 a.m. at 39 E. Market St. Market Street was closed between High and Main while crews addressed the situation.   READ MORE: Article […]

  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Dogs around downtown are barking with excitement.  The first ever dog park in Downtown Cleveland is now open. Dogs can roam and play in nearly 4,500 square feet of space.  The Downtown Dog Park is located in Settler’s Landing Park, an open area next to the RTA station on east […]

  WILLOUGHBY, Ohio — Police are investigating after vandals spray-painted markings on a bank and a bar in downtown Willoughby. According to police, the owner of Frank & Tony’s Place, located on Second Street, reported Monday afternoon that someone used yellow spray paint on the east side of the building, an electric meter, an air […]

  GARRETTSVILLE, OH (WOIO) – A devastating sight made the Garrettsville mayor initially avoid the media because he didn’t want to get emotional. “I am an emotional person, and when my wife called me, I had a real hard time with it,” says Mayor Rick Patrick. The buildings that stood on Main Street were there […]

  CLEVELAND — A lot of downtown organizations and businesses were waiting to take their cue from Cleveland City Hall on whether to send workers home early Wednesday. It’s Mayor Frank Jackson’s call. And as of midday, there was no indication the city would be sending its workers home early or asking for staggered dismissals […]

  AKRON, Ohio – First Night Akron is preparing for it’s 18th year of New Year’s celebration in downtown Akron. This year more than 80 artists and performing groups will entertain the crowd at 10 different locations. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. and ends at midnight with a fireworks show. If you or […]

  CLEVELAND – Wednesday marks the start of a series of stages that will result in the opening of the new Innerbelt Bridge. Overnight Wednesday, the E. 21st ramp to I-77 SB will close. This closure will remain in place until the second bridge opens in 2016. Cleveland’s new Innerbelt Bridge is set to open […]

  CLEVELAND – A section of East 9th Street has closed Monday for a repaving project. East 9th Street will be closed to traffic from Euclid Avenue to Prospect Avenue through Saturday. Traffic will be detoured via Euclid Avenue, East 14th Street and Prospect Avenue. Delays are expected and the Department of Public Works advises […]

  CLEVELAND – Sammy’s, one of Cleveland’s well-known restaurant and catering operations, suddenly announced the closing of its facilities on Monday. The company released the following statement on their website : “On August 5, 2013, City Life Inc. d/b/a Sammy’s announced it has made the decision to close its facilities. We are currently in negotiations […]