Mayor Frank Jackson

via 19News: This afternoon at the City Club, Mayor Frank Jackson will hold a virtual forum to discuss the  COVID-19 epidemic The event will start art 12:30. CLICK HERE to read the full story

via fox8cleveland: The Cleveland Department of Public Health reported 10 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in residents. The total in the city of Cleveland now stands at 120, the health department said. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson also extended the city’s civil emergency proclamation, which was set to expire on Tuesday, through April 30. “In accordance […]

via News5: A lawsuit has been filed from the mother of a man who was gunned down on a city street this past August, The lawsuit was filed Thursday by Andrea Parra against Mayor Frank Jackson and Chief of Police Calvin Williams. CLICK HERE to read full story

via Wkyc: A Family member of Cleveland’s Mayor Frank Jackson was indicted by a Cuyahoga County grand jury for allegedly beating his teen girlfriend. Frank Q Jackson grandson of the Mayor faces felony charges of felonious assault, abduction, and failure to comply. If convicted, he could face multiple decades in prison. CLICK HERE to read story

via Wkyc: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson expressed sympathy to the family of Aisha Fraser, but he refused to apologize for hiring her ex-husband, despite his violent attack on her four years ago. A turbulent divorce case that began after Lance Mason assaulted his wife, culminated in the stabbing death of the 45-year-old Shaker Heights teacher […]

via News5: Some key Cleveland leaders believe they’ve identified critical city issues they hope will be the focus of Mayor Frank Jackson’s Oct. 10 State of the City address. Cleveland council member Michael Polensek told News 5 he believes core issues are public safety, police staffing levels and vacant and condemned homes awaiting demolition. “We’re seeing […]

via Wkyc: One council member in Cleveland says the mayor needs to step up and do more when it comes to violence in the city, while others say everyone must work together to find a solution. The criticism from Ward 8 councilman Mike Polensek comes after the city reached a hundred homicides for the seventh consecutive […]

  via Wkyc: A group of ministers held a community conversation with residents of Cleveland’s southeast side on Monday night. That’s the neighborhood where 9-year old Saniyah Nicholson was killed during a gun battle between two groups of teenagers last week. Members of the neighborhood were asked to share their stories of where they were and […]

via Wkyc: On Monday evening, Cleveland City Council unanimously adopted Mayor Frank Jackson’s proposed $623 million dollar operating budget for 2018. Some of the highlights of the spending plan include: Hiring in the safety forces – 150 police officers this year and 100 more next year – plus 80 new firefighters and 48 EMS paramedics. […]

via Wkyc: The Cleveland Cavaliers have announced that they are withdrawing their participation for the proposed renovations to Quicken Loans Arena. The $140 million dollar renovations were cancelled because of the referendum put forth by the Greater Cleveland Congregation, along with other groups. The groups have opposed the plan from the beginning, believing that the money should […]

via News5 Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said Monday an income tax increase, passed by voters last year, is now funding the demolition of hundreds of abandoned properties near schools. But Mayor Jackson did not offer many details about which properties would be demolished first or when. He also said he was unaware of a planned mayoral […]

Mayor Frank Jackson filed petitions Wednesday in his campaign for a fourth term in office. Supporters joined the mayor as he dropped off the paperwork at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections late Wednesday morning. Mayor Jackson announced his re-election bid back in January. If elected, he’d be the first Cleveland mayor to serve four […]