CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland investor Alan Glazen offered to put more than $500,000 into the West Side Market, but he said the city is not interested. Glazen argued the city needs to get with the times to build the dwindling crowds back up to where they used to be. His nonprofit organization was ready […]

CLEVELAND – Inside one of the oldest beer garden buildings in Cleveland, Forest City Brewery founder Jay Demagall says his two-year-old business is a “neighborhood brewery.” “A lot of our customers will ride their bike in, they’ll walk to the brewery,” said Demagall, pointing out that the West 25th RTA Red Line stop isn’t far […]

LAKEWOOD, Ohio – When it comes to Monster Mashing, shuffling around to “Thriller,” and doing the “Time Warp” again, and again, and again – one Ohio city is disembodied heads and shoulders above the rest in the country. According to The New York Times and data from music streaming service Spotify, Lakewood, Ohio listens to […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Weddings were canceled, stores broken into, restaurants lost thousand of dollars to spoiled food and thousands went without power for hours on Saturday night because of an outage on Cleveland’s West Side. There is now finger pointing going on, and FirstEnergy (FE) has come out first to say the blame is on […]

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 […]

CLEVELAND – Shoppers and vendors in the West Side Market will feel some relief from the heat. Turns out, the rooftop exhaust fans haven’t been working and it took this latest heat wave to bring it to everyone’s attention. That, plus this Facebook post from the vendor Kate’s Fish, posted below: If anyone has shopped […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Anyone who has tried to get into, or out of, downtown around the rush hours in the past two weeks has noticed the backups are worse than normal and it can all be blamed on one project. On April 16 the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) began work on the “SR 2/Main […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland Police captured an active shooter after setting up a perimeter near West 25th Street and Columbus Road in Tremont Friday evening. The incident unfolded Friday after a man reportedly shot at police following a road rage incident that began on the Hope Memorial Bridge. “As officers approached the vehicle, a […]

CLEVELAND – Police have given the all clear at the West 117th Street Regional Transit Authority station after a suspicious package prompted a large police response Monday morning. Buses replaced trains at the station while police investigated. Red line service has been restored. The bomb squad responded but has since given the all clear.   […]

A new study lists Parma, Ohio as one of the safest cities in the United States. The list of 100 was compiled by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Parma was ranked 64th, the only Ohio city to make the list. Thornton, Colorado, 10 miles north of Denver, was ranked number one. Citing the […]

AVON, OH (WOIO) – Meijer superstores are coming to Northeast Ohio. The grocery store chain is currently planning sites in Avon, Mentor, Stow, Austintown and Bainbridge Township, at the former Geauga Lake site. They also have property under contract in Lorain and Wooster. A Meijer spokesperson said that the sites will open in 2019 at […]

WESTLAKE, Ohio — Two new businesses will open at Crocker Park just in time for the holiday season, and more are coming after the new year. According to a release from Crocker Park, Banyan Tree, which specializes in women’s apparel, jewelry, handbags and home accents, will open on Black Friday. Dino Palmieri will also open […]