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29th Fire Academy Cadet Class Graduation

By: Anthony Corsi, intern   The 29th Cleveland Fire Academy Cadet Graduation ceremony took place on June 27, 2014 in Council Chambers. All the cadets that graduated had to undergo 18 weeks of intense training in order to earn their diploma. The graduates will fill vacancies created by retirements and ensure that staffing levels remain … Continue reading

TV20 Summer In The City Restaurant Special Preview!

  Tune in to TV20 to check out the Summer In The City Restaurant Special today at 9:30am, 4:30pm and 10:30pm! We’ll take a look at just a few of the many fantastic Cleveland restaurants you can enjoy! Those with Time Warner Cable in Cleveland can find us on Channel 20. AT&T U-Verse can find … Continue reading


  A Press Conference was held this afternoon at Quicken Loans Arena with the Republican National Convention Committee along with Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Executive Chair of the Cleveland Host Committee for the 2016 Republican National Convention, Terry Egger.     Mr. Egger states that the Cleveland Host Committee has “been hard at work … Continue reading

Guns and Violent Crimes Press Conference

 By Intern: Candace Bridges     On Tuesday, May 13 Mayor Frank Jackson and Public safety forces discussed the Violence and Gun Reduction Interdiction Program in an official press conference. They spoke of the success of the program from community involvement and the positive impact it is making in reducing gun violence.     VGRIP has retrieved 78 guns in … Continue reading

This Is How We Do It!

Brand New Special Series from TV20! The members of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Cabinet discuss how they accomplish the tasks set before them to serve the City of Cleveland.This is how they do it! This episode: Ken Silliman, Chief of Staff, City of Cleveland    

Prescription Addiction Billboard

By: Catrina Leone   The number of heroin related deaths are slowly on the increase, even here in Cleveland. Mayor Frank Jackson, Cleveland City Council members, and other members in our community gathered at East 14th and Carneige to bring awareness to the growing drug abuse problem. A billboard campaign to promote prescription drug and heroin … Continue reading

“What is Cleveland Doing to Help Reduce False Alarms” PSA

Martin L. Flask, Executive Assistant to the Mayor for Special Projects, discusses how he  will be working with Cleveland City Council Safety Chairman Matt Zone, Safety Director Michael McGrath and others to develop a comprehensive strategy to reduce the frequency of false alarms. Additional information from Cleveland Safety: http://clesafety.com/2014/02/14/reducing-false-alarms-an-opportunity-for-police-cost-savings-without-sacrificing-service/

Miles School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 2014!

By Keith Feagin, intern Cleveland, Ohio– C.M.S.D (Cleveland Metropolitan School District) has officially cut the ribbon on it’s newest school site. It is fitting that the beginning of the year is the start of a new beginning for Miles School. The original school had been standing since 1912 and and has now been resurrected in … Continue reading