On The Ground

Video Fairfax memories
Feature Story Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation
Breaking Ground Amazon fulfillment center
Street Level Jason Gardner celebrates the ribbon cutting with Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail and other Euclidians.

Euclid's got game: OMNI Board Game Parlor passes 'go' on Lake Shore Blvd.


Street Level Stanley Tolliver Sr., in a wheelchair, shakes hands with President Barack Obama. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is at left, and Vice President Joe Biden is at right.

Faces of Fairfax, a place with rich history and a hopeful future


Street Level Dr. Venaya Jones is the first black female veterinarian to open a clinic in the Fairfax neighborhood.

Girl power: Women-owned businesses succeed in Fairfax


Feature Story Euclid Waterfront Trail under construction

Portrait of a city: Euclid is busy writing its next chapter


Buzz Triangle Park

FreshWater is going On the Ground in Euclid


Feature Story PNC Fairfax Connection is celebrating its seven-year anniversary.
Buzz A new antenna on the roof of the Juvenile Justice Center is expected to bring affordable internet to Fairfax residents.

Speed at last: the importance of low-cost internet to Fairfax


Feature Story Angie’s Soul Cafe takes over the spot on Carnegie Avenue occupied not long ago by Hot Sauce Williams.

The proof is in the pudding: Restaurants open in Fairfax


Breaking Ground Cletus Jeckering Learning Center is open for students at St. Adalbert Catholic School in Cleveland's Fairfax neighborhood.

While other schools are shrinking, St. Adalbert expands


Feature Story It’s Up to Us Mural by John Rivera-Resto

The future of La Villa Hispana: These 5 projects are set to transform the Clark-Fulton neighborhood


Feature Story Delesia Robinson, second from left, set up her nonprofit in 2013, Pride Among Daughters and Sisters, to provide feminine hygiene products for women and girls.

Two Fairfax innovators prove that ideas can be homegrown


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