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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) — Representatives of Cleveland’s 21 community development groups met with the Bibb administration on Tuesday to discuss ways to improve the city’s oft-criticized snow removal plan. Among those on the call was Tom McNair, executive director of Ohio City Incorporated. “I can honestly say that in my 12+ years in the civic …

May 07, 2021 The President of the United States of America believes that the nation is systematically racist. The Vice President of the United States believes that one of the greatest threats to the nation is domestic terrorism from white supremacists. Well, we’ve certainly come a long way since 1776, when our founding fathers worked …

WARREN COUNTY, Ohio (WXIX) — A satanic club housed in schools in Lebanon City caused enough concern among parents that the district felt compelled to respond Thursday. A flyer circulating on social media invites students to “The After-School Satan Club” promising “science projects”, “puzzles and games”, “arts and crafts projects” and ” nature activities. The …

Sixth-grade students at Mill Middle School in the Williamsville Central School District received an assignment, obtained by CNN, for their Spanish class in which they had to translate sentences from English to Spanish. One of the sentences read, “You (friend) are Mexican and ugly,” while another in the same worksheet read, “You (politely) are pretty …

Teacher Laura Oliver shared images on Facebook on Friday of uplifting artwork her Central Elementary students have made to cover up vandalism in the neighborhood. “Central Elementary students are sick of seeing graffiti in their neighborhood and on their school walls. This has been happening for years,” Oliver wrote. “After hearing about Martin Luther King …

It is possible that many “Jeopardy!” viewers don’t even know, 30 shows in, that super-champion Amy Schneider – one of the four most successful contenders in the show’s history – is a trans woman. But LGBTQ + viewers know this. They also know that Schneider could be a game-changer on a cultural level. “She’s phenomenal,” …

Two religious buildings in Warren County are experiencing a renaissance. When Iowa was first settled by European migrants in the 1800s, churches were among the first buildings erected. “One church gave (the settlers) a sense of gratitude and also gave the community an identity,” said Paul Lasley, professor emeritus of sociology at Iowa State University. …

by: Jack Shea, Cris Belle Posted: Dec 21 2021 / 16:54 EST / Update: Dec 21 2021 / 17:42 EST ELYRIA, Ohio (WJW) – Following a series of threats to the school, the Elyria City school district held a press conference on Monday afternoon. One of the incidents that was discussed happened on December 5 …

By SARAH HUFFMAN (Left to Right) MP Nathalia Fernández presents a state citation to Brandon Montes, founder of the Norwood Community Library, at her book stand on October 16, 2021, during Hispanic Heritage Month. Photo via Twitter Outside the Warden’s House on Reservoir Oval East in the Norwood section of the Bronx is a light …

DAYTON, Ohio – Officials from Dayton public schools said they would add security to all buildings on Friday following rumors circulating on social media, particularly TikTok. A trend on TikTok promoted school threats such as shootings, prompting them to be done on Friday, December 17. However, many users are also raising awareness of the trend, …

Bruce Miller scrolled through the messages on his cell phone, stopping on a short video sent to him by a relative. Video showed an incident in the first few days of the school year, with a boy curled up on the ground, trying to shield himself from another boy who repeatedly kicked him. “It is …

A late-night explosion prompted residents of Genesee County to take to social media for answers. The explosion happened in the 3900 block of Hogarth Ave and was felt all the way to Grand Blanc and even Fenton according to numerous Facebook posts. Windows of area residents were blown and debris fell as far as Miller …

City Councilor Donna Amandus said Schulz’s comments were “racist” BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – A Fort Madison city councilor wants the city to support additional community policing as the city has recently seen more violent crime. At Tuesday night’s regular city council meeting, City Councilor Tom Schulz said he would like to work …