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Choice Neighborhoods grant will help transform CMHA’s Woodhill Homes

The transformation of the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood continues, thanks to a game-changing $350,000 Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant. The grant's recipient is the Woodhill Homes development, one of the first public housing projects in Cleveland built and managed by the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA).

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Who's Hiring in CLE: Enterprise Community Partners, City Works, Newry Corp, Cleveland Orchestra....

Welcome to the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply. This edition includes jobs from Enterprise Community Partners, Hispanic Business Center, Newry Corp, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and more. Click here for the freshest opportunities fit to print.

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The 8 Most Interesting Houses in Cleveland

A drive through Shaker Heights, Bratenahl, Lakewood, or any number of cities in Greater Cleveland will confirm what most loyal residents of the Land already know: Cleveland has no shortage of one-of-a-kind homes. Take a virtual tour through a converted firehouse, a Downton Abbey doppelganger, and more via our carefully curated list.

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5 Must-Try Dishes to Bookmark for #CLE Restaurant Week

Cleveland Restaurant Week may be winding down, but there's still plenty of time to get your culinary kicks in the 216. Check out our list of the top five bites to bookmark for optimal enjoyment.

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Two development projects move Cleveland Heights master plan forward

Two development projects in Cleveland Heights are moving the city forward in its master plan to create growth and strong business districts within the city. The Top of the Hill multi-use project is moving ahead, while the city just began soliciting ideas for a vacant plot of land on Lee Road. Read about both projects here.

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CoffeeQ pays it forward, one cup of coffee at a time

Alex Wittenberg loves a good cup of coffee. So much so, he envisions a world where Cleveland’s coffee shop patrons share their love by buying their neighbor—whether it’s a friend, the next guy in line, or even an unknown stranger—a cup of joe. To that end, Wittenberg, along with co-founders Sebastian Thimmig, Adam Fishburn, and Edward Liu, have created CoffeeQ, an online app that allows users to do just that.

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Full circle: One University Circle prepares to open its doors in April

Soaring 20 stories into the Cleveland skyline, One University Circle is almost ready for its close-up. In April, the building will welcome its first tenants as the neighborhood’s first high-rise apartment building community in more than 40 years.

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Free Stamp: All things free in the #CLE for March 2018

Fresh Water's monthly "Free Stamp" feature rounds up the freshest free events in Cleveland.

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How Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is helping organizations heal others through arts and music

The process of producing paintings, ceramics, and other art—as well as making music—isn’t just a creative skill. It’s a life skill. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture recognizes the importance of art and music therapy, supporting about 20 area organizations that offer such programming. FreshWater takes an inside look at their colorful and cathartic work.

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If any word accurately describes Cleveland, it's diversity. By the late 19th century, 10 percent of the city's population was Irish. Next came the Germans, followed in successive waves by Italians, Poles, Hungarians, Slovenians and Slovakians. Today, the largest growth has been seen in the ...

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During the day, downtown Cleveland functions as the governmental, commercial and legal nucleus of Cuyahoga County. Daily, tens of thousands of people commute here to work at law firms, banks, insurance companies and in municipal offices. At the end of the day, many of those people get in cars or hop ...