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Cleveland's East Side Market to reopen

(Cleveland, OH) -- Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell and Ward 8 Councilwoman Sabra Scott will both take part in a twofold event tomorrow. City officials will kick off the mayor's health challenge and the reopening of the East Side Market in the Glenville area. The event is designed to promote healthy eating and lifestyles among Clevelanders, especially in the city's senior community. Health screenings will be available during the celebration. The celebrations will be held at the East Side Market on East 105 starting at 10 a.m.

Brecksville, Akron, and Berea win awards

(Brecksville, OH) -- The cities of Brecksville, Akron, and Berea are in the national spotlight as part of National Cities in Bloom. The three were chosen from numerous cities from across the country. The city of Brecksville was also noted for having an arborist on staff and a master tree plan on the books.

New Homes to open in Cleveland

(Cleveland, OH) -- Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell, Ward 7 Councilwoman Fannie Lewis and a host of business and community leaders have joined hands to present a Citirama Home Show to promote urban city living. A dozen newly constructed homes will be unveiled near East 55th and Linwood Avenue Friday afternoon. Officials hope to attract new homeowners to the city of Cleveland.

K & D Housing starts new development in Euclid

Euclid, OH) -- The city of Euclid along with K&D Housing Company has announced plans for a 25-million dollar redevelopment plan for East 242nd Street and Lakeshore Boulevard. The project, called "Harbor Town," will include a facility with a clubhouse, tennis courts and a swimming pool. A marina and restaurant will also be built. Twenty houses will be demolished in order to build the facility.<

Broadview Heights wins loan to Clean Up

(Broadview Heights, OH) -- The city of Broadview Heights has won a loan to clean up an old hospital filled with asbestos. The building, known as the Broadview Developmental Center and Broadview Veterans Administration Hospital, will receive a $750 thousand loan from the Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The no-interest loan will pay for repair of broken windows and decay, as well as removal of asbestos.

Alan Schechter Movie being filmed in Cleveland

(Cleveland, OH) -- Is Cleveland becoming a hot spot for film producers and the stage for movie scenes? Officials around the Cleveland area are hoping so. Movie producer Alan Schechter is in town for the next couple of weeks working on scenes from his new movie "Deep Attack." Yesterday I-490 was shut down and used to shoot an action scene in the upcoming film. Schechter says he and his crew will be here for the next couple of weeks shooting scenes in various places around the city. The Greater Cleveland Film Commission says their visit could bolster the city's economy by $2 million in revenue.<

Cavaliers looking for Actors

(Cleveland, OH) -- If you're an aspiring star or a big Cavs fan, listen up. Team officials are looking for a few good faces to appear in upcoming television commercials. They're holding tryouts today until six p.m. and the Hilton Garden, 1100 Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland. Callbacks will take place September 10th. For more information, call the Cavaliers at 216-420-2040.

Cleveland Parents gathering Petitions to restore Bus Service

(Cleveland, OH) -- Petitions are being circulated by a Cleveland parents group asking school bus service for middle school students be restored. Parents are upset that 17 hundred students are being forced to take public buses to school because of funding cuts by Cleveland's public school district. Another complaint is the long wait times that students are having to endure waiting for the buses to pick them up.<

Mayor Campbell heads to the Classroom

(Cleveland, OH) -- As part of Unity Week in Cleveland, Mayor Jane Campbell and members of her administration will head to the classrooms and take part in a national campaign called, "Mix It Up." The program is designed to engage students in dialogue groups that will address social and school issues and try to find solutions to the problem. The program is designed to promote respect for all students.

President Bush in Richfield, Ohio

(Richfield, Ohio) President Bush was in town on Labor Day to announce a new position in his office to assist with the Manufacturing sector.  Ohio has lost over 185,000 jobs since 2001 with most of the job loss in manufacturing.

Rain Rain Go Away

(Cleveland, Ohio) Cleveland area lawns did need the rain,  but it really washed out most Labor Day outdoor activities. Saturday and Sunday had great weather so events on those days had good turn out including the Air Show and Taste of Cleveland Event downtown.

Tree Falls on Car on MLK Drive

(Cleveland, OH) -- Have you ever imagined what it would feel like if you were driving along during morning rush hour and a tree fell on top of your car? Kristen Morbeto doesn't have to wonder anymore. She recently lived the experience and is lucky to be alive. Authorities say she was driving along Martin Luther King Drive when an 80-foot tree fell onto her car. The tree smashed the roof of the vehicle, missing her head by a few inches. MLK Drive was shut down for a couple of hours. The woman is was shaken, but is doing fine



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