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Each year, more than 100 youth learn how to sew through the Cosmic Bobbins Foundation and outreach programs by its founder, Sharie Renee. Their classes, held at their Shaker Square home base at 13226 Shaker Square and throughout the community. Comment?
A Buffalo-based company has agreed to pay a $12 million penalty and to divest itself from a large federal project in California to resolve criminal liability from a kickback scheme for which the former Cleveland Veterans Affairs director was sent to prison. Cannon Design, in an agreement announced Wednesday by the Justice Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs, admitted to criminal conduct by more than a dozen of its employees who took part in the scheme. Comment?
Unlike many cultural institutions gathering dust at their centennial A A A' officially April 14, 1916 - the 29 established and 8 planned gardens along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and East Boulevard near University Circle are experiencing a rebirth. New and upcoming gardens, including the Albanian, Russian, Korean, Lebanese and Vietnamese gardens; new events, such as Shakespeare readings and Opera in the Garden; and a new partnership with University Circle are helping bring new life, and visitors, to the 100-year old institution. Comment?
Like so many Clevelanders, the Kiefer family of Strongsville ventured to the lakefront 80 years ago to see the enormous fair built on 135 acres of land from W. 3rd St. to E. 20th St. in the summer of 1936. It was the same year Cleveland - which then had 900,000 residents within the city limits - hosted its second Republican National Convention at Public Hall in June and the Torso Murderer haunted the streets. Comment?
William Montague, the former head of the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, was sentenced Friday to four years, nine months in prison for giving insider information to contractors in exchange for bribes. Montague, 64, pleaded guilty in 2014 to 64 felony counts related to defrauding the VA. Comment?
Curtis Taylor left his house on East 140th Street near Bartlett Avenue about 4 p.m. pushing a Sav-A-Lot shopping cart and carrying a cane, police said. Taylor, who stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds, was last seen wearing a black and red checkered shirt and black pants, police said. Comment?
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