Breaking Ground When volunteers register with the Food Rescue app, they can list their preferences and the app will alert them when a rescue is waiting.

Food Rescue app saves 235,000 pounds in first year for Hunger Network of Greater ClevelandVolunteers pick up produce that would have rotted in landfills

Efforts to stop food waste are getting smarter. Since the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland introduced its Food Rescue app almost a year ago, it has enrolled 42 donors and 544 volunteers.

Feature Story City of Cleveland Department of Public Health Case Manager Linda Provitt-Robinson distributes lead poisoning information at a recent event in Public Square.

Organizers must restore trust to combat Glenville's lead crisis, with federal grant's help

Glenville is ground zero for Cleveland’s lead crisis. Federal dollars are flowing in to address the issue, but will it be enough?

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Second annual Women's Entrepreneurship Day set to take over 78th Street Studios

Fueled by a global movement spearheaded by Chagrin Falls native Wendy Diamond, Lorraine Schuchart and Lisa Sands are creating their own Women's Entrepreneurship Day event, Cleveland-style.

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Urban Birding Week takes flight in Cleveland with Urban Birder David Lindo

Urban Birding Week is underway in Cleveland, led by the Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society and David Lindo, known as the Urban Birder.

Buzz Workers install solar panels to the roof of a residential home.

Solar co-op shines light on home power conversions

Want to convert your home to solar power? It isn't cheap, but a solar co-op is helping bring the cost down with group discounts.

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Attendees weigh in on the impact of Cleveland Rising Summit

Hundreds of people spent 2½ days in Cleveland Public Auditorium last week at the Cleveland Rising Summit, working on an ambitious shared vision for the region’s economic future. What will come of their efforts?

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Pop in CLE takes over where Shop The Trader left off in Lakewood

Part launching pad, part blank canvas, Pop in CLE is offering Cleveland entrepreneurs a place to test the retail waters with short-term pop-up shops.

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Local author delves into Mark Twain's life and mark on Cleveland

Mark Twain almost owned a Cleveland newspaper before he became a famous novelist. Local writer Laura DeMarco describes the fateful events in her new book, "Mark Twain's America."

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Who's Hiring in #CLE: Tremont West, Cohen and Co., Liza Sue Productions, and more

Need a job? Check out 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.

Feature Story Cuyahoga Community College’s Manufacturing Technology Center of Excellence is taking a proactive approach with workshops, training, certifications, and even associate degrees in manufacturing and operations engineering technology.

Robots are on the rise, and that's actually good for Cleveland manufacturing workers

Robots are here, though it doesn’t mean they’ll take all our jobs. But the work is changing. Manufacturing jobs in particular are becoming more high tech, creating demand for workers who can use both their minds and their hands.

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With an RFP process in motion, Shore Cultural Centre is getting ready for its second act

Euclid's vibrant cultural asset, Shore Cultural Centre, is set to become a catalyst for downtown development.

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Free Stamp: All things free in the #CLE for November 2019

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

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