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Cleveland State University set to begin construction of new health sciences building
Construction is set to begin this month on Cleveland State University's $45 million health sciences building, which had its official groundbreaking today.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Clayco student-housing plan for former Jewish Federation site needs design revisions, boards say
A rendering shows a proposed student-housing project at East 18th Street and Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Nelson Mandela's release celebrated by joyous Cleveland crowd
About 250 joyous Clevelanders gathered on Public Square yesterday to celebrate freedom for Nelson Mandela, the South African leader released from prison after 27 years.
Cecelia A. Kerman
Cecelia A. Kerman , 71, of Avon, died Monday, December 2, 2013, at Cleveland Metro Hospital, of a brief illness.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Plain Dealer
College student rescues Chihuahua from Bay Village storm drain
Lizzy Rudge had just gotten off an RTA bus at Columbia and Wolf roads and was heading home when the 18 year old heard something that seemed impossible: a dog barking from beneath a nearby storm sewer grate.
The Medina Gazette
Replacements gear up for county offices
Amy Lyon-Galvin will take over as interim sanitary engineer after Jim Troike took the head sanitary engineer's job in Stark County.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Ameritrust Rotunda: Integrating the legacy of the past into Cleveland's future: Stephanie Ryberg Webster
A recent article by Steven Litt, " Geis brothers' plan for the Ameritrust complex is rescuing two Cleveland architectural landmarks " , highlights the ongoing transformation of downtown Cleveland with the proposed adaptive reuse of the Ameritrust complex, including the 1970s-era Ameritrust Tower and the early twentieth-century Rotunda.
Student housing project could replace former Jewish Federation of Cleveland properties near CSU campus
Housing for 500-plus students could replace parking lots and a pair of empty buildings at the edge of Cleveland State University, under a plan being floated by an out-of-state developer.
Elyria Arts Depot opens Saturday in former Brandau building
The artistic spirit of Lorain County will soon have a home in downtown Elyria, a project that will not only breathe new life into a long-empty storefront, but also will bring a tried-and-true Lorain initiative to the city.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Cuyahoga Community College students will receive free RTA pass for spring semester
Cuyahoga Community College students who rely on public transportation to attend school will no longer have to pay to ride the bus or rapid.
Lifebanc's Good Made Easy campaign offers .01K race to promote organ donation
Lifebanc , a nonprofit organ and tissue recovery organization in Northeast Ohio, has been pounding the pavement at local colleges and universities this fall to show people just how easy it is to sign up to become an organ donor.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
County Councilman Julian Rogers' departure highlights old salary debate
Cuyahoga County Council work takes too much time for not enough money -- that's essentially why Julian Rogers decided to leave council, he said this week.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
UMD Digital Media Festival comes of age
Courtesy of Monica Lopes Monica Lopes, a digital media student at UMD, created this work, titled "To Escape One's Cage."
Cuyahoga County councilman resigns
Cuyahoga County councilman resigns on WKYC.com: http://www.wkyc.com/story/news/politics/2013/11/20/cuyahoga-county-councilman-resigns/3654457/ CLEVELAND -- Cuyahoga County Councilman Julian Rogers said Wednesday that he will be stepping down from the Council to assume a position with Cleveland State University.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Cleveland State University launches smartphone app for added safety
Cleveland State University has launched what it believes is the first smartphone app that can identify the user's location to police with the touch of a button.
'Lean' government initiative extended to city, county and school officials
A state initiative meant to weed out waste in government, increase efficiency and provide better service is being extended to training for local government officials.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Cleveland State University/Northeast Ohio Medical University Urban Health Partnership is...
The Cleveland State Universit y junior will be guided by a mentor, Meredith Bond, dean of CSU's College of Sciences and Health Professions, a health care provider in the Clark/Fulton neighborhood and a "community champion" who lives in that neighborhood.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Ten things to do in Northeast Ohio: Nov. 15-20
Here's the latest installment of "Ten things to do in Northeast Ohio," a weekly list of coming arts, culture and entertainment events that runs each Thursday on CrainsCleveland.com.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Merit raises of $666 to Cleveland State University law professors not retaliation against...
Merit raises of $666 given to Cleveland State University law professors were not a Satanic retaliation against unionizing, determined the State Employment Relations Board, which found no probable cause and dismissed an unfair labor practice charge today.