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Hope for those grieving during the holiday season comes in the most unusual form: A Christmas Tree

by Victoria Shea (Plain Press, December 2017)    The sight of a fully decorated Christmas tree is something that many do not expect to see in their local funeral homes. But those in the Lorain-Denison neighborhood would be surprised to not see it, as it has become a symbol of hope during what many describe … Continue reading

West Side Market Parking Lot

Building needed for installation of West Side Recovery Mural

(Plain Press, November 2017) The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County is seeking location on the West Side of Cleveland to place a mural with a similar message to the “Treatment Works, People Recover” mural installed on E. 55th just north of Euclid Avenue. The mural has been completed on … Continue reading

Unique features at new Dollar Tree store result from collaborative efforts

  The staff of the new Dollar Tree store joined with Westown Community Development Corporation staff, Councilwoman Dona Brady and Mayor Frank Jackson to cut the ribbon on October 21st for a new store at W. 128th and Bellaire. The new Dollar Tree store has some unique features that resulted from collaboration with the community. … Continue reading

Plain Press offers deep apologies

(Plain Press, October 2017) An article in the September issue of the Plain Press titled, “Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant” has been corrected and reprinted above. The Plain Press felt an obligation to rewrite and publish the article because the writer of … Continue reading

Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant

(Plain Press, October 2017) For generations, on any given weekend, the strip on West 25th street is crawling with sightseers, shopping bags and grocery goods. Though the visitors and scenery of the city have been altered, the purpose of the place has not. In between all the hustle and bustle, there sits a decaying building … Continue reading

Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant

  Building at W. 25th and Chatham once a grocery, then a furniture store, now awaiting a new tenant (Plain Press, September 2017) For generations, on any given weekend, the strip on West 25th street is crawling with sightseers, shopping bags and grocery goods. Though the visitors and scenery of the city have been altered, … Continue reading

City officials present plan for West Side Market parking

(Plain Press, May 2017)       At an April 19th meeting with representatives from the City of Cleveland Department of Public Works, West Side Market Tenants received an update on the City of Cleveland’s plans for the West Side Market Parking Lot. City officials said that when they start charging for parking, there will be 1 … Continue reading

Greater Cleveland Congregations’ campaign sheds light on deal for Quicken Loans Arena

by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, March 2017)             Greater Cleveland Congregations’ campaign to create a Community Equity Fund with a dollar to dollar match of any new public money pledged to upgrade Quicken Loans Arena (The Q), has brought increased public scrutiny to the proposal to expand the arena. The testimony, at the February 21st … Continue reading

In Memory-The End of a Century: The Wife of Local Funeral Home Owner, Pauline Martens, passes away at age 100

  by Victoria Shea (Plain Press, February 2017)        It was like a scene from a movie: the landlord’s son falls in love with the tenant’s daughter. But for Pauline Martens, that was the start of her marriage to the late Walter Martens, Sr., the founder of the Walter Martens & Sons Funeral Home on … Continue reading