September is National Preparedness Month (#NatlPrep) and this year’s theme is Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can. It’s important to focus on planning for a disaster because it’s something everyone can do – even if you don’t realize it.
UHBikes, Cuyahoga County’s bikeshare program, is turning one! In July 2016, 10 stations in downtown Cleveland were deployed for a pre-launch prior to the Republican National Convention.
While it’s “Back to School” time for a lot of kids, it’s “Off to School” for the youngest new students who will be going for the very first time.
College-age consumers – many of whom are wrestling with jobs and finances for the first time – can be particularly vulnerable to scams.
The Cleveland Foundation, in collaboration with several community partners such as Cuyahoga County, is hosting FREE lunch discussions throughout Cuyahoga County. Before we dive into the lunch portion, let’s talk about the most important part – The conversation.
Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County’s Facebook Page was launched in January of 2016 Since its launch, more than 4,600 people have opted in to follow our Crime Stoppers Facebook page. These follows can lead to increased exposure, which in turn increases leads from potential tipsters.