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On Sunday, November l7, 2019 during the morning service, Rev. Robin Hedgeman, Pastor of Bethany Christian Church, (Disciples of Christ), and congreg

ation located on Martin Luther King Blvd., in Cleveland, OH graciously welcomed and introduced  Guest Speaker, Rev. Sharon Risher who is the daughter of one of the victims in the Charleston Church Shooting.  Risher is author of “For Such a Time as This” a publication that explicitl...

On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, Secretary LaRose read One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote by Dr. Seuss to grade school students in honor of National Family Literacy Month at St. Adalbert School in Cleveland, OH.

The book introduced civic engagement in a fun way for young people.

Question: What advanced programs of learning are available to Cleveland students who are not being properly educated?

Dr. Alex Johnson:  With respect to Cleveland students, we have a long-standing relationship with Cleveland Metropolitan School District. It has gone on for decades. There are a couple of highlights. Twenty years ago, we established the High Tech Academy. It was the first public high school on a college campus in...

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While reviewing available educational opportunities in Cuyahoga County, it became apparent that inequity and disparity as it pertains to the disadvantaged and deprived citizens in this County is enormous, especially when the future is a serious consideration. In an interview with Dr. Alex Johnson, we discussed efforts in the county and especially in the Cleveland area to raise educational levels as well as the state of...

Cleveland has experienced another senseless shooting and killing because of the irresponsible actions of individuals with guns located at 1388 E. 71 St. Six-year old Lyrica Melodi Lawson was sleeping during the night when the house was riddled with bullets which entered the house and one of the bullets struck her in the head fatally wounding the young child. Reports are that 22 bullets holes were seen in the structure of the h...

Question: Do you think that the makeup of the courts truly represents the community, which it serves?

O’Malley: Let’s look at the numbers. We know thirty something percent of Cuyahoga County is African American. The numbers do not reflect the racial composition of our community. I think that when you look at our court that the vast majority of the judges, at least 95% of our court are probably democrats. A significant part of t...

Question: And that brings me to the next question because I thank you Mr. Edwards for your question. Where is the prosecutor’s office as it pertains to mental health patients being evaluated and released from the County Jail or if they don’t need to be released from the County Jail?

O’Malley: I have been working with members of this community to try to have great diversion centers for mental health crisis facilities. The goal t...

The auditorium of Berkman Hall at Cleveland State University was filled to capacity as at least a thousand people, near and far, citizens from the Glenville community along with Councilman Kevin Conwell and others came to pay tribute to a legendary manager and humanitarian Robert J. McQueen III known to all as Rob J.

Robert was manager of Cleveland’s renowned Bone Thugs N Harmony. He aided in developing and mapping the future f...

Cleveland Police is investigating after a 26-year-old single mother was hit around 2:00am Saturday morning, September 28, 2019 leaving her critically injured. Reported by her father Michael Barkley, Ayana was leaving Poochie’s Deli located in the 11900 block of Miles Ave., on the East Side of Cleveland, and was hit by a car. A woman told Ayana’a father people were drag racing down Miles Ave., before they hit his daughter, drag...

Minister Dale Edwards and Bishop Eugene Ward sat down with Prosecutor O’Malley in a candid conversation about his accomplishments, aggravations, bail, the County jail and many other relevant issues. Questions were asked and answers were given that reflect the mission of the Prosecutor as well as various methods used in the execution of his duties in this most important position in City government. Prosecutor O’Malley has faith...

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