Elise Jaffe, an independent filmmaker and Cleveland native, launched a crowd funding campaign to raise funds required to complete her first feature length documentary film, “UnScarred: Reclaimed with Ink,” that showcases illness and trauma survivors using tattoos to reclaim their bodies desp…
Earl Pike, the executive director of University Settlement, broke down its underway Broadway Rising initiative and how the construction of University Settlement’s new office building will result in housing opportunities, business locations and a continuation of needed services available to t…
The longest-serving mayor in Cleveland history as expected has announced he will not seek a fifth-term, creating a wide-open race among those who wish to succeed him in this heavily Democratic city.
Sam Kooperman, longtime Youngstown Jewish Area Jewish Federation executive vice president, who helped shape the Jewish community in the Mahoning Valley, died April 27 at his Beachwood home. He was 74.
B’nai Jeshurun Congregation in Pepper Pike will celebrate Shavuot with a two-part event featuring lessons given by over 30 of the area’s Jewish leaders either prerecorded on YouTube starting May 13, or streaming live May 16.
Local support totaling $2 million, comprised of $1 million gifts each from the Gretchen and Gregg Levy family, and Jodi and Jeff Gottlieb family, is advancing the University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center Phase 2 expansion, according to a news release.
If her seminary group hadn’t left an hour early, Beachwood native Ayala Landis could’ve been at the center of a crush of people that killed 45 and injured 150 at an April 30 Lag b’Omer festival on Mount Meron in Israel.
Anyone 18 and older will be able to receive the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine from May 11 to May 17 at Cleveland State University's mass vaccination clinic.
Somehow a critical video at Montefiore was erased, according to the lawyer representing two nurses fired for allegedly falsifying COVID-19 test samples.
A social media campaign did what six years and several rabbis could not do for a Cleveland Heights woman: secure her a get, or Jewish legal divorce, from Vladimir B. Victor.
Chris Bell was among the first groups of people to be fully vaccinated. Bell, 28, lives in a long-term-care facility and has health conditions that put him at high risk for complications from the virus.