Amid the coronavirus, Koinonia takes steps to protect the health of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Find out how this local nonprofit aims to combat the alarming illiteracy rate in Cleveland’s Hough community.
A 2019 Family Survey reveals positive results for Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity residents.
Will changes made in the wake of the pandemic enhance the city’s goal of becoming one of the leading metropolitan areas in the nation?
Ohio educators voice concerns about the effects of not fully teaching certain aspects of social studies, American history and civics.
Discover this Cleveland nonprofit’s desire to provide free reading instruction and flexible tutoring to help improve adults’ literacy skills.
Get a closer look at a Cleveland nonprofit’s plan to bring people who dropped out of college back to school.
Discover a one-stop shop for professional real estate investors to find, fund and manage projects more efficiently.
University Circle Inc. President Chris Ronayne showcases how courage, compassion, creativity and connection have been brought to life during this global pandemic.
CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law dean reveals observations in local and national leadership amid the coronavirus outbreak.
David P. Miraldi’s new book, “The Edge of Malice: The Marie Grossman Story,” sends a message that resonates with the times.
Margaret Bernstein showcases her passion for connecting with Cleveland and making a difference.