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West Side Community House’s Summer of Sisterhood

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Area around West Boulevard/Cudell Rapid Station called ripe for development

(Plain Press, July 2017)     A study commissioned by the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) scored the area around the West Boulevard/Cudell Regional Transit Authority station as one of the top three areas in the city of Cleveland in terms of being ready for Transit Oriented Development. Representatives of AECOM, the company which did the … Continue reading

Men Who Wish to Change helps teens move from numbers to agents of change

by John Kay (Plain Press, June 2017)      In America, our society loves a good success story…the ones that contain second and third chances for any individual. But when it comes to incarceration, it seems that a curtain of doubt and disbelief is held up for those same opportunities. In 2014, a program, Men Who Wish … Continue reading

Cudell Improvement celebrates 42nd annual meeting

by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, February 2017)        In his remarks at the beginning of the Cudell Improvement 42nd Annual Meeting on January 25, Ward 15 Councilman Matt Zone told of the influence the late Judge Raymond Pianka had on his life. He said, “Ray was like a big brother to me.” He noted that … 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

Poverty growth in Cleveland neighborhoods continues

CHILD POVERTY GROWS IN ALL NEIGHBORHOODS SERVED BY PLAIN PRESS by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, October, 2016)       Despite the many community development projects in Cleveland neighborhoods, the poverty rate in Cleveland was estimated to be higher in 2012 than it was in the year 2000. The 2000 Census listed the poverty rate in Cleveland at … Continue reading

October 2016 Plain Press – PDF

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Little Free Library dedicated at Baltic Children’s Park

(Plain Press, July 2016) Children in the neighborhood by Baltic Children’s Park will now be able to have a nearby source of books to read. A new Little Free Library was dedicated in the park at W. 108th and Baltic at a ceremony on Saturday June 4th. The park is just west of Louisa May … Continue reading

Clifton Arts and Musicfest

A Place for Us Housing