If you own a house and a smartphone, you’ve probably received texts from people interested in buying your home. And you’ve probably wondered who keeps sending them.
A report found that the odds of audit for returns filed by those earning less than $25,000 in 2022 was 12.7 out of every 1,000 returns filed. For all other filers, the rate was 2.3 for every 1,000 returns filed.
The Internal Revenue Service was 5 ½ times more likely to audit the tax returns of the working poor in 2022 than all other taxpayers, according to a Syracuse University report.
A deteriorating door in an apartment building at 12701 Shaker Boulevard during a November 2022 visit by Cleveland building inspectors. The city is suing the building’s owners, who have pledged to make repairs.
The lawsuit comes as Mayor Justin Bibb’s administration pledges a more aggressive tack in enforcing housing code.
Sherwin-Williams’ new headquarters rises near Public Square in downtown Cleveland.
Council President Blaine Griffin proposes tying city incentives to community benefits, saying it has become “harder and harder to sell” big-ticket projects to taxpayers.
Workers at the REI Co-op in the Pinecrest development in Orange Village in February. They voted March 3 to join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU).
Workers at the REI Co-op at the Pinecrest development in Orange Village voted Friday to join a union.
Cleveland Community Development Director Alyssa Hernandez opens up two days of Community Development Block Grant budget hearings.
Cleveland City Council members returned to the budget hearing table to vet Mayor Justin Bibb’s proposals for how to spend the city’s expected allotment – nearly $34 million – of Community Development Block Grants, often referred to as CDBG funding.
Ronald James, a tenant who lives near Shaker Square, gives a tour of the property to Cleveland building inspectors in November 2022.
An out-of-town owner and property managers of a set of shabby apartment buildings near Shaker Square promised change to a room of frustrated tenants.
Robert Johnson, Jr., calls out dance steps during a line dance class at Sam Sylk’s restaurant in Maple Heights. The Line Dance King has been teaching urban contemporary line dance, in which steps are choreographed to such musical genres as R&B and hip-hop, in Greater Cleveland for 33 years.
Robert Johnson’s reputation and expertise attract hundreds of people weekly to his classes to learn dance steps and have fun.
A sign points out a bike lane on Superior Avenue, where the City of Cleveland plans to build a separated bikeway.
Cleveland lobbied state lawmakers to abandon the amendment, which would have dashed plans for protected bicycle lanes in the middle of Superior Avenue.
Most filers making up to $60,000 a year can get their taxes done for free in a program run by the Cuyahoga EITC Coalition.
In a program run by the Cuyahoga EITC Coalition, you’ll never get a tax preparation bill. Many people earning up to $60,000 annually can get their taxes done for free.