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As the Friday noon deadline looms, when the United Auto Workers president says they will add more plants to its strike against the “Big Three” Detroit automakers unless “serious progress” is made in contract negotiations, UAW Local 1005 President Dan Schwartz says he and other General Motors employees in Parma are bracing to be called…
The diversion center will be under new management next year after the current operating agency said it won’t apply for a new contract.
The City of Cleveland has begun prosecuting dozens of landlords for ignoring lead hazards that pose a risk of poisoning children.
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The number of Cleveland officers trained to respond to mental and behavioral health crises is increasing.
Cleveland wants to offer employees the option to receive identity theft insurance, and it just got some help to do that.
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Deputy Director Anthony Kaloger said the likely problem was the ballot door getting stuck.
On the record: Meet Signal Cleveland reporters
Signal Cleveland’s Criminal Justice Reporter Stephanie Casanova talks about her community-first style of criminal justice reporting.
Signal Cleveland Economics Reporter Olivera Perkins goes on the record to share the mission behind her worker-focused Cleveland economy news.
Signal Cleveland Health Reporter Candice Wilder goes on the record to explain what motivates her to write about the health issues facing Greater Cleveland residents.
Signal Cleveland’s Amy Morona believes higher education reporting is for everyone — it can be a gauge of the economic health of the region.
Najee Hall, Community Reporter for Signal Cleveland, goes on the record to explain his work and focus on providing trusted community news.
Nick Castele, government reporter with Signal Cleveland, explains why its important to follow news about your local government and politics.
You’re invited! Meet us in the community
This one-hour orientation will introduce you to the Cleveland Documenters community, including a walk-through of Documenters.org, assignment compensation, and our assignment workflow. You’ll also learn core skills relevant to a range of paid assignments.
This one-hour training will introduce you to local government meetings in Cleveland and how to document them, for the public good.
You’ll learn the basics of notetaking and open meeting law—and how they can be used to document local public government agencies and hold elected officials accountable.
On Oct. 3 at 7:15 p.m., you are invited to learn about the Cleveland Documenters and how you can take part in this civic engagement opportunity.
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Cleveland City Council has second thoughts about raising cost to park at Muni Lot for Cleveland Browns games
New legislation gives Cleveland the right to raise parking space prices from $30 to $70. However, council says the cost will only increase to $40, for…
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is closing its family medicine residency program, which trains medical students to become doctors who care for patients and families from…
Cleveland Housing Judge W. Moná Scott under fire for courtroom comments in Shaker Square landlord case
An attorney for a Shaker Square landlord accuses the judge of making biased comments about his client, the defendant in a Cleveland housing lawsuit.
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The Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance received a grant from a national organization to continue its violence prevention work. The funding comes as Cleveland is experiencing an increase in crime.