Heritage months wear out Cleveland-area minority groups

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Selina Pagan and her team at the Young Latino Network were pushed to the brink last month as they participated in more than 30 events to educate others about Latino culture. “This problem around heritage months and the exhaustion of people every year when their month …

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14 must-see concerts this November in Buffalo and WNY

Lettuce is happening on Wednesday November 10th @ Town Ballroom Welcome back friends! It’s been a while since we last made one of these must-see concert guides. Luckily, live music is BACK and we’re starting to review a full list of concerts for each month. Take this C ****! We’ve …

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What this means for Cleveland

CLEVELAND – As supporters applaud the approval of Number 24, which created a charter amendment giving civilians increased scrutiny of Cleveland Police, opponents have said the amendment will make city streets less safe . The Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association has said it will go to court to fight the discipline …

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Cleveland to elect its first new mayor since 2005

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Voters in Cleveland today will choose a new mayor for the first time in 16 years. Justin Bibb and City Council Chairman Kevin Kelley are both vying for the post. The current mayor, Frank Jackson, has decided to retire after his fourth term, even though he …

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