Signal Cleveland is a nonprofit newsroom, community focused and community funded. We serve you. We take this charge seriously, producing journalism that you won’t find anywhere else.
Take, for example, our recent coverage of the Euclid Beach Mobile Home park and its impending closure. While other local outlets reported on the story, Signal Cleveland took a deep dive into the history of the community that people call home. When big news happened this month, we were the only outlet to include interviews from those impacted the most by its closure: the residents.
People like Anthony Beard, who has lived at the mobile park since 2007.
“Many of us are asking to stay here, just on a smaller footprint,” Beard told us. “I don’t have to stay in my exact location, I just want to remain on the lake.”
At Signal Cleveland, we take time to go beyond breaking news headlines to bring a diverse array of voices to our stories. The result? We provide a fuller picture of the issues that impact Greater Cleveland residents, giving readers the local news they need. It’s just one way we’re different.