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Thursday, June 11th at Lago East Bank
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2019 was quite a year and you are such a big part of the reason why. So, in this season of reflection and gratitude, we’re writing to share the highlights of what we’ve achieved together this year. We’ve made significant strides in pursuit of our mission; preserving...
Entering the new Morgana Bluffs Nature Preserve in Slavic Village, Monica Marshall tells a group of children to shake like frisky puppies. “We’re going to shake off all the inside and get ready for the outside,” says Marshall, an environmental manager from...
The artist Wyland is in town this week to restore his iconic “Song of the Whales” mural that adorns the walls of the Cleveland Public Power plant on North Marginal Road, visible from the East Shoreway. The finished restoration is to be rededicated at the site at 5...
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- The newly opened Hemlock Creek Trail was broken in with the West Creek Conservancy’s “Hemlock Hustle” run on Saturday (Sept. 28). The West Creek Conservancy holds an annual race to support its mission of conserving natural habitats, restoring...
LRC Realty’s current $8.5 million transformation of Parma’s Midtown Plaza into the modern-looking Quarry Square is expected to be completed by the end of the year. The Akron-based company is hoping to use tax increment financing (TIF) -- new property taxes generated...
Check out West Creek Conservatory's Executive Director Derek Schafer as featured on Cleveland.com It’s been quite a week for West Creek Conservancy Executive Director Derek Schafer. Not only did the U.S. Department of Transportation award $9 million for the Irishtown...
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