In February, Holden Forests & Gardens launched the People for Trees campaign with the goal of planting 15,000 trees by 2025 to save Northeast Ohio’s dwindling tree canopy. As planting season comes to a close, Holden is on the fast track to reaching that goal.
It has been 12 years since the discovery of the remains of 11 women who were murdered by Anthony Sowell. Last weekend, hundreds of people came together to celebrate a peaceful, beautiful space that honors the 11 angels and signifies a hopeful future for the Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
Earlier this year Literary Cleveland held writing workshops with 60 essential workers so they could bond and share in writing their feelings and experiences about the pandemic. "Voices from the Edge" launches today.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for extensive research and innovation to treat both the current and future health pandemics. With its Global Center for Pathogen Research & Human Health, Cleveland Clinic is at the forefront to find treatments and cures for infectious diseases.
From the media room in the underbelly of Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, writer Erin O'Brien and FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski share some behind the scenes moments from the 36th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony last Saturday, Oct. 30.
From a new home for University Settlement and lots of affordable housing, to lead abatement and removal of asthma triggers, the Broadway Rising project in Slavic Village is on the move to improving one of Cleveland's poorest neighborhoods.
More than 650 runners came out for the 29th annual Towpath Marathon on Saturday, Oct. 9. FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski caught all the action along the course. Check out his photos here.
With less than one week until election day, Community Development Corporations are pulling out all the stops to get voters to the polls—from translating voting guides and hosting candidates forums, to voter registration and education drives and even free rides to the polls.
With Northeast Ohio's tree canopy diminishing, the Cleveland Tree Coalition aims to rebuild the canopy to 30% by 2040 by planting up to 30,000 trees a year. Rid-All Green Partnership has joined the fight by starting an urban tree nursery that will ultimately produce 7,000 container trees annually.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a widespread impact on everyone's mental health, but children and seniors are especially vulnerable to anxiety, isolation, and depression during this time. Cleveland Clinic doctors provide some advice on how to protect our loved ones.
We're living in a digital age, but there continues to be a growing divergence between the haves and have-nots, with those who have internet access those who do not. DigitalC is trying to close that digital divide.
More than 1,400 rowers came out for the Cleveland Rowing Foundation’s 25th annual Head of Cuyahoga in the Flats on Saturday, Sep. 18. FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski shares the event in this photo essay.
This week the Cleveland Metroparks celebrated its recognition as the nation’s best park system when it was awarded the 2021 National Gold Medal “Best in Nation” Award for Excellence in Parks and Recreation Management at the National Recreation and Park Association conference.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to devastate the creative community and they aren’t making up lost ground. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is doing its best to help its grant recipients regain their footing and adapt to new programming tactics.