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Near West Side’s couple’s love spans across seven decades In memory April 19, 1946 – January 8, 2019 – Judith Ann Peterson Horvath—”Queen of the Boxing Kitchen”

Near West Side’s couple’s love spans across seven decades In memory April 19, 1946 – January 8, 2019 – Judith Ann Peterson Horvath—”Queen of the Boxing Kitchen” (Plain Press, April 2019)    The story of Judith Ann Peterson Horvath and Gary Horvath spans seven decades. It is a love story, the story of a family, … Continue reading

Ohio City Incorporated celebrates its annual meeting

by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, April 2019)    Food brings people together, so does handing out awards to community leaders for contributing to the well-being of the neighborhood. That’s exactly what Ohio City Incorporated did at their annual meeting held on March 19 at the Urban Community Center. With nearly 100 attendees crowded into the … Continue reading

Franklin Circle Church honors members of church’s Christian Women’s Fellowship

St. Patrick’s Day Mass at St. Patrick’s Church on Bridge

Greenway threatened by shortsighted RTA development plans

Greenway threatened by shortsighted RTA development plans by Lennie Stover (Plain Press, April 2019)    A rare and vital urban forest on Cleveland’s near west side could soon give way to chainsaws if the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) approves plans being draw up by a Westlake developer to build a project between Columbus Road … Continue reading

Cleveland Museum of Art Presents Raúl de Nieves: Fina at the Transformer Station

West Side Market losing vendors, leaving many market stands empty

by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, February 2019)          A shopper visiting the West Side Market on Saturday, January 19thwould have found many empty stands. Just a few short years ago, it would have been unheard of for there to be empty stands on a Saturday. Many of the empty stands are a result of merchants … Continue reading

Property tax abatements need re-examination in light of impact on property tax valuations

by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, February 2019)          Residents of neighborhoods with a large number of new and substantially rehabbed houses, like Tremont (Southside) and Ohio City say they have been particularly hard hit by recent property valuations that have substantially increased their property tax bills. For many low-or-moderate income homeowners, the increases will cause … Continue reading

City of Cleveland presents plans for Fulton Road reconstruction from Clark Avenue to Lorain Avenue

by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, February 2019)          With the smell of hops in the air, residents of the Fulton/Lorain neighborhood gathered at the Platform Beer production facility Lesly Building on Vega Avenue on January 23rd to hear Councilman Kerry McCormack introduce guest speakers for the evening. Final plans for Phase I of the Fulton … Continue reading

Market Plaza slated for demolition to make way for new development

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