April is National Poetry Month
Ohio has a rich history of talented poets that have shared their gifts and talents through their insightful poems. Ohio Poem in Your Pocket Day pays homage to this history by sharing their work with others, handing out pocket-sized poems on the street, and inspiring Ohio’s next generation of poets.
Almost everyone who has prediabetes goes on to develop type 2 diabetes
Being overweight comes with chronic disease risks, such as higher cholesterol and higher blood pressure. These increase the risk of developing other diseases, including diabetes, which is at epidemic levels in the black community.
Avoid serious diabetes complications with these guidelines
Diabetics have to take special care of their feet. The disease can cause peripheral neuropathy—otherwise known as nerve damage.
One by one, in the years after the Berlin Wall fell, countries that once aligned with the Soviet Union and its premier military alliance, the Warsaw Pact, became members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Western military alliance that had “won” the Cold War without firing a shot.
Demolishes 2,000th Property
This week, the Cuyahoga Land Bank hit two milestones as it continues to fulfill its mission to strategically acquire properties, return them to productive use, reduce blight, increase property values, support community goals and improve the quality of life for county residents.
Opening Public Reception for Renowned Cleveland Heights Artist Slated for September 19
September 2013—Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “Portraits of Improvisation,” a showing of linoleum block prints by local artist, fashion designer and Notre Dame College alumna Shyvonne Coleman. An free, public opening reception will be held in the library on Thursday, September 19, from 6- 8 p.m.
If you have yet to experience the prehistoric roar of Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Dinosaurs! exhibit, now’s your chance! The special seasonal exhibit has been extended through September 29 by popular demand.
The past year has been the biggest year ever in the history of film production in greater Cleveland. With an estimated economic impact of more than $150 million, thousands of people and hundreds of businesses are now benefiting from our growing film industry. In order to keep this momentum going and continue growing this industry, we would like to introduce our inaugural "Behind the Camera" day.
General Motors gave a 2-ton learning tool to Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®).
The company donated a 2011 Silverado truck to the College’s GM Automotive Service Education Program to support classroom instruction, reports Ted Schafer, assistant professor of automotive technology. This is the first diesel truck provided to the training program at the Western Campus in Parma.
Event Sept. 17 at the Cleveland Heights Senior Center
Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor announced the Department’s Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will hold a free Medicare Check-up presentation-only event in Cuyahoga County on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m. at the Cuyahoga Heights Senior Center. The center is located at One Monticello Blvd.
"Let's hope that he finds a face-saving way of moving past this embarrassing mismanagement of American foreign policy"
Former Republican Presidential candidate, former U.S. Senator and Patriot Voices Chairman Rick Santorum issued the following statement in response to President Obama's address to the nation on Syria:
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s political operatives insist that state and federal campaign finance lawyers were consulted on a vehicle rental arrangement that has gained intense media scrutiny.
On September 6, 2013 the board of directors of the National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM) voted to terminate the employment of its executive director, Vanessa Williams. In a letter, Williams was notified she was terminated effective immediately “due to your failure over a sustained period of several years to fulfill core duties and responsibilities of the Executive Director of NCBM and your recent admissions regarding your use of the bank accounts of NCBM and The NCBM Title Company for personal expenditures totaling at least $623,000 without board approval.”
Digital tool lets you instantly see how Kasich stiffs working taxpayers and rewards the rich
COLUMBUS, OH – The FitzGerald for Ohio campaign today launched a digital tax calculator that lets working Ohioans instantly measure how Gov. John Kasich’s new tax plan rewards the rich and stiffs working taxpayers and middle class families.
Three more days to register for Youth Theatre Arts classes!!
Registration deadline is Monday, September 9th Talespinner Children's Theatre (TCT) is accepting registration for the Fall Session of its Youth Theatre Arts Classes through Monday, September 9th. TCT, whose recent production of THE EMPEROR’S EARS was critically, audience and kid acclaimed, is a Cleveland theatre company that develops and produces highly imaginative, original, collaborative and interactive professional works for children.
Former presidential candidate, former U.S. Senator, and Chairman of Patriot Voices Rick Santorum issued the following statement on today's disappointing jobs report.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol, in conjunction with the Indiana State Police just completed a three month enforcement effort, dubbed Operation Blue Light, focused on Interstate 70 from the West Virginia/Ohio state line to the Indiana/Illinois state line. The effort ran from June 4 – August 31.
Mayor Frank G. Jackson invites members of the media to join him on a tour of Cleveland’s neighborhoods to survey the work that has been done, the work in progress and the work that remains
Sometimes our biggest obstacle to accomplishing our goals is…ourselves.
ACLU Urges Officials to Assess Prison Mental Health Treatment
CLEVELAND – The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio issued the following statement in response to the suicide of Ariel Castro while incarcerated in an Ohio prison.