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La Villa Hispana Merchants Group, Trick-or-Treat

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Campaign underway to repair “It’s Up to Us” mural

(Plain Press, December 2017)      Metro West Community Development Organization has started a fundraising campaign at http://www.ioby.org to help raise $10,335 to repair the “It’s Up to Us” mural at Clark and W. 25th Street. Funds raised will also be used to add more security and lighting around the mural.  The campaign is titled: “It’s … Continue reading

Esperanza Executive Director shares information on how to make contributions to help Puerto Rico

To the Editor: (Plain Press, November 2017)      On behalf of Esperanza, I express my gratitude for the numerous calls and emails we have received from our supporters, checking on the welfare of our family and friends in Puerto Rico and to lend your support in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. More than half – … Continue reading

Lincoln West High School Food Pantry

The Lofts at Lion Mills open with 36 units of affordable housing

(Plain Press, October 2017) At the September 14th ribbon cutting ceremony for the Lofts at Lion Mills, Detroit Shoreway Executive Director Jeff Ramsey said the building at 3256 W. 25th, built originally as Lion Knitting Mills, will now serve the community with 36 units of affordable housing. Speaking of the $10 million adaptive reuse of … Continue reading

Pittsburgh Pirate Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente

MetroHealth System selects master architect and engineer for campus transformation

(Plain Press, August 2017)   MetroHealth System announced it has selected Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA) to lead the design planning, architecture and engineering of The MetroHealth System’s campus transformation, which includes the construction of a new hospital tower on its West 25th Street main campus. MetroHealth’s Board of Trustees approved the selection of … Continue reading

La Placita Cleveland, La Villa Hispana

St. Rocco School Community bids farewell to Sisters of Most Holy Trinity

(Plain Press, July 2017)     On Sunday June 4th, parishioners from St. Rocco Parish joined with members of the St. Rocco School community – staff, alumni, students and parents — to bid farewell to Sisters of the Most Holy Trinity, as the religious order ends its long tenure at St. Rocco School. Sister Judith Wulk, who … Continue reading

Hope for the future

by M. Yesenia Summers (Plain Press, June 2017)      Hope is defined as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.” On Cleveland’s west side, there is a place that provides hope to teenage youth; this place is called Esperanza; Spanish for Hope. Esperanza provides education, support and scholarships to Northeast … Continue reading