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Cleveland City Council backs off plan to tap taxpayer dollars in fight against participatory budgeting
The council president has pulled a measure that would have opened the door to spending public dollars on ballot issues.
Cuyahoga County prosecutor criticizes opponent, push-back on Parma gun range, small CSU student uptick (Weekly Chatter)
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley pressed his case against his Democratic primary opponent at a community meeting Tuesday night.
Tracy and Walter Patton are a mother and son duo from Central who share a common vision: Healing. While they operate in separate spaces, their work is intertwined: They help people move beyond trauma.
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Cleveland wants to offer employees the option to receive identity theft insurance, and it just got some help to do that.
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Deputy Director Anthony Kaloger said the likely problem was the ballot door getting stuck.
Cuyahoga County Council approved the grant to Neighborhood Pets, which offers free and low-cost supplies to pet owners.
On the record: Meet Signal Cleveland reporters
Signal Cleveland’s Criminal Justice Reporter Stephanie Casanova talks about her community-first style of criminal justice reporting.
Signal Cleveland Economics Reporter Olivera Perkins goes on the record to share the mission behind her worker-focused Cleveland economy news.
Signal Cleveland Health Reporter Candice Wilder goes on the record to explain what motivates her to write about the health issues facing Greater Cleveland residents.
Signal Cleveland’s Amy Morona believes higher education reporting is for everyone — it can be a gauge of the economic health of the region.
Najee Hall, Community Reporter for Signal Cleveland, goes on the record to explain his work and focus on providing trusted community news.
Nick Castele, government reporter with Signal Cleveland, explains why its important to follow news about your local government and politics.
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This one-hour orientation will introduce you to the Cleveland Documenters community, including a walk-through of Documenters.org, assignment compensation, and our assignment workflow. You’ll also learn core skills relevant to a range of paid assignments.
This one-hour training will introduce you to local government meetings in Cleveland and how to document them, for the public good.
You’ll learn the basics of notetaking and open meeting law—and how they can be used to document local public government agencies and hold elected officials accountable.
On Oct. 3 at 7:15 p.m., you are invited to learn about the Cleveland Documenters and how you can take part in this civic engagement opportunity.
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“Hope at the door”: Greater Cleveland Congregations combines old-school canvassing with data analysis to reach “depressed” voters
In April 2022, Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC) hosted a forum for candidates running for Cuyahoga County executive and some judicial seats. The Pastor Dr. Jawanza Colvin…
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is closing its family medicine residency program, which trains medical students to become doctors who care for patients and families from…
City Hall said in statement that Haslam Sports Group, which owns the football team, and the city hope to have a “general commitment” on a plan by the end first quarter of 2024.
SAFETY & RESILIENCE
The Cuyahoga County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board is working on a non-police crisis response program, but mental health advocates feel left out of the process.