Cindy Hill
Cindy Hill

Stories by: Cindy Hill

Cindy Hill is a freelance writer based in Shaker Heights. She enjoys telling the stories of impact makers—the organizations and businesses that keep Cleveland at the forefront of innovation. For more than 22 years, she has produced award-winning curriculum, proposals, books, and articles, driven by her insatiable curiosity to find out “what’s next.”

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In the trenches: Home healthcare providers take extra steps to keep everyone safe during visits
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, home healthcare workers had to make some changes to protect themselves, and their patients, while caring for some of the most vulnerable.
PRE4CLE is building back stronger for children, families, and the economy
With the coronavirus pandemic impacting Cleveland’s childcare and early education system, PRE4CLE has recommendations for early learning centers to operate safely, stay open, and ensure Cleveland’s youngest students continue to get quality, affordable educations.
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.
Greetings from Euclid: Take a sneak peek at Euclid's newest piece of public art
Call it postcards from the edge (of East 222nd Street and Lake Shore Boulevard). The mural swiftly taking shape in downtown Euclid is meant to be a love letter from artist and Euclid High School teacher Margaret Garbincus to her hometown.
Documentaries show where women should go and men shouldn't
"Labyrinth," made by St. Edward High School students, and "Woman in Motion," by former Parma resident Todd Thompson, are screening this month at the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival.
Membership has its privileges at PNC Fairfax Connection. And it's free
About 100 new members join PNC Fairfax Connection every month. That's no surprise, considering all that the community resource center has to offer.
Fresh Fest shows just how charming is urban farming
Urban farming is enjoying a revival worth celebrating, and they did just that at Fresh Fest at Otter Park in Cleveland's Kinsman neighborhood on Sept. 7.
Two Fairfax innovators prove that ideas can be homegrown
Delesia Robinson and Tim Willis work in very different fields, but both innovators are using their talents to help their Fairfax neighborhood.
Why the Fairfax community is fighting to keep Bolton Elementary near the neighborhood
When 76-year-old Fairfax resident Walter Stanley attends a community meeting with a packed room, he sits close to the presenters so he doesn’t miss a thing. And at a recent Cleveland Municipal School District (CMSD) meeting this spring, there was plenty to take in as residents and stakeholders provided input on the Cleveland Board of Education’s budgetary decisions concerning the fate of Fairfax’s Bolton Elementary School.
A special yoga event will give motherless Clevelanders the gift of remembrance on Mother's Day
In many homes, Mother's Day means smiling children, fresh flowers, and homemade breakfast-in-bed. But for families facing loss, their mom might be a lifetime away. Yoga to Remember offers a remembrance event on Thursday, May 9, at St. John’s Episcopal Church to honor the memory of mothers—or any loved one—who is missed.
This University Circle theatre company is the only one of its kind in the U.S.
When Mark and Bill Corcoran laid eyes on an elegant ballroom stage in their new senior living community at Judson Manor, Bill got a glimpse of the retired couple’s "second act"—bringing professional theatre to University Circle.
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