Glenville

When the revival and renaissance of Cleveland is mentioned in media, Glenville often is singled out. It’s an area that has recently gotten the attention of developers and neighborhood organizers. You can’t help but look at the streets of Glenville and see the building blocks of the next Ohio City or Detroit Shoreway. The Famicos Foundation and other groups have been leading the charge to boost the area's economy. The historic Rockefeller Park on the neighborhood’s western edge is a regional treasure. 

Buzz Malachi House received $90,000 to serve low-income, terminally ill patients free of charge in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.
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Breaking Ground East 75th Street and Grand Avenue site of the proposed Cleveland Police Headquarters facility.
Feature Story Maura Garven, Mordecai Cargill and Evelyn Burnett of ThirdSpace Action Lab
Partner Content Public access to Lake Erie would be increased by plans to relocate the Shoreway south of the railroad tracks.

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Partner Content Cuyahoga Arts & Culture gave a $5,000 grant this year to Djapo Cultural Arts Institute’s African drum and dance festival.

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Breaking Ground An estimated 7,279 properties in the Cleveland area required demolition in 2015, according to a study by Western Reserve Land Conservancy Senior Policy Advisor Frank Ford.

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Partner Content Food Strong brings food programs to schools and communities to educate residents on the importance and joy of healthy eating.

CAC, ioby collaboration raises money for grassroots artistic endeavors


Feature Story One World Fest 2014

One World Day keeps growing in Cleveland Cultural Gardens


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