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CLEVELAND — A community has come together to give a historic theater a much needed face lift after it sat vacant for decades. Businesses are slowly coming back to the Collinwood and the street is starting to thrive again. “It’s like the Phoenix rising from the fire,” said Councilman Mike Polensek. The La Salle Threatre […]

The homeowner loves the house, and does not understand why others do not like the color change.   PFLUGERVILLE, TX (KEYE/CNN) – A Texas neighborhood is in an uproar over a Pepto-Bismol, full-on-flamingo, Pink-Panther-pink house. But the homeowner doesn’t care what his neighbors, or anyone else, thinks. Emilio Rodriguez says “it’s just my favorite color.” […]

CLEVELAND — Dave’s Market, a grocery store that’s been a household name in Cleveland for nearly 90 years, is opening a new location in Cleveland’s Midtown neighborhood, according to a release from the company. The new market, located at 1929 East 61st Street, will feature a food court style eatery with access to fresh food […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -On Tuesday the Cleveland Foundation, along with the Cleveland Public Library and the Cuyahoga County Public Lirbary, rolled out a new free WiFi program allowing Clevelanders to check out free hotspots. The hotspots mean users can connect to Wi-Fi in their homes giving them access to the internet. [ Related: Cleveland Public Library goes digital, starts lending […]

Tremont, OH (WOIO) – The Welcome to Tremont mural on the side of Tremont Convenience Mart has been unveiled today. The project was sponsored by Tremont Convenience Mart and made possible by Graffiti HeArt, a local Cleveland and Tremont based non-profit that aims to provide art scholarships for undeserved youth to The Cleveland Institute of Art. Graffiti HeArt also promotes graffiti artists […]

A boy in Maple Heights is running his own business this summer cutting lawns and cleaning up yards. Reginald Fields, 12, is the owner of Mr. Reggie’s Lawn Cutting Service. With several helping hands from his cousins, brothers and sisters, they are up with the sun every day working the neighborhood. That’s what they were […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A 9-year-old girl is dead after suffering a gunshot to the head on Cleveland’s East Side Wednesday evening. Cleveland Police report she was rushed to Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital where she was pronounced dead. The shooting occurred at Lee Road and Harvard Avenue at about 7:15 p.m. According to Cleveland Ward 1 […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – On Thursday demolition began of the YMCA that’s been vacant since 2006 in the Brooklyn Centre neighborhood. The apartment complex planned for the space will bring Cuyahoga County compliant with federal regulations on housing for homeless, under the Housing First Initiative which develops permanent housing for those in need. “When construction of […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Crews continue to repair potholes in Cleveland. The city released a list of streets being worked on today. For a full list of streets being fixed on March 16, click this link. Cleveland has 10 pothole crews because of the passage of Issue 32.   READ MORE: Cleveland19.com Article Courtesy of WOIO Cleveland 19 […]

CLEVELAND–It was an emotional tribute as the city of Cleveland honored an elderly man who tragically lost his life on Easter Sunday. Dozens of Robert Godwin Sr.’s family also came together in song, prayer, and kind words Saturday. They are keeping their father’s memory alive after he was tragically murdered. Godwin’s name will live on in […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The race for Mayor of Cleveland is getting started early this year with a full slate of candidates saying they want the job. One of them is Mayor Frank Jackson, who will likely be a target of all the other contenders. A certain theme of the others will be spending public […]

CLEVELAND, Ohio — You’ve probably never seen a “Cupid Shuffle” like this! A group of Cleveland police officers took on the challenge at the Ward 7 New Day in Hough Festival Aug. 5. They danced the song with several neighborhood kids and residents — and gave them a pretty good run for their money!   […]