Through various programs, the Cleveland Metroparks strives to educate people of all ages about the environment.
Cleveland State University's Lee Fisher discusses how Cleveland's ability to rebound after the Cuyahoga River burned in 1969 made all the difference.
Author Jeff Knowles shares his powerful relationship with the Cuyahoga River.
A Northeast Ohio nonprofit organization showcases its ability to make a difference for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
New venues, concerts and festivals draw residents and visitors to share in creative experiences.
Two days after the MLB All Star Game, Cleveland welcomes the Tall Ships Festival back to the city's lakefront.
College Now Greater Cleveland needs volunteers to help its students succeed.
A former Windy City dweller reveals the reasons she traded a Chicago home for a downtown CLE lifestyle and residence at the Standard.
University Circle Inc. President Chris Ronayne reveals five ways Cleveland can leverage its historic river for a bright civic future.
A local nonprofit showcases the mental and physical benefits people experience when giving back to their community.
The Ice Bucket Challenge, a social media phenomenon, raises millions of dollars and makes a significant impact on research and patient care.
One of Cleveland's senior care facilities is expanding to include a PACE Center geared toward providing a destination for people to age in place.