WKYC Channel 3 partners with Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland High School for Digital Arts to find ways to introduce students to this educational center.
Shared passions lead Lee Fisher and Peggy Zone Fisher to be honored as co-recipients of the 2021 Richard W. Pogue Award for Excellence in Community and Engagement.
Leaders from throughout Northeast Ohio share what they feel are the greatest challenges women are facing in the post-pandemic world.
Students and faculty at Cuyahoga Community College boast the benefits of the Mandel Scholars Academy.
Use of United Way of Greater Cleveland's referral service explodes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local leaders join forces to make tree planting efforts a top priority in Cuyahoga County and beyond.
Ursuline College's new curriculum provides resources to help women lead successful lives.
Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity sets plan in motion to rehab 12 vacant homes in the city's Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood.
History, culture and nature come together along this 100-mile adventure.
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The nation's oldest African American theater shifts to virtual performances, ensuring people's voices are heard during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thomas MacFarLand Harper highlights details of his new book, "Ancient Native American Stone Faces and Other Local Artifacts of Rocky River, Ohio."
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