Cleveland parents happy with children’s schools, but public more supportive of local education: poll

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Whether their children are in traditional public, chartered, or private schools, most people in Cleveland hold their children’s teachers and school staff in high regard, according to a new survey. However, attitudes decline when Clevelanders, including those without school-age children, are asked about the Cleveland Metropolitan School …

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Buffalo midges are back

JACKSONVILLE – If you’ve been outside a lot of time lately, you may have encountered buffalo midges. Buffalo midges, also known as black flies, are small black hump flies that are 1/16 to 1/8 inch long. Both males and females feed on nectar. However, like mosquitoes, females must feed on …

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Basheer Jones set to enter Cleveland mayoral race

The longtime activist has represented Ward 7 since 2018. CLEVELAND – EDITOR’S NOTE: The above player interview originally aired in 2018 As expected, Basheer Jones will toss his hat in the ring to become Cleveland’s next mayor. Ward 7 councilor will officially launch his campaign on Thursday, according to 3News’ …

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