The Cuyahoga County Board of Health wants you to follow the below precautions to protect yourself against the Coronavirus. Go to or call 216-201-2000 for more information.

via news5: Lets face it..people on bikes and traffic sometimes don’t mix…and thats why a new program is coming to Clevelnad. Vision Zero is up and running. As the name suggests, the goal of Vision Zero is to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries on city streets. CLICK HERE to read story

via News5: The week of May 18 to 24 is National Safe Boating Week, and with Memorial Day weekend coming up many boaters in northeast Ohio are preparing for the unofficial start of recreational boating season and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources is urging boaters to be safe out on the water. Between 2015 […]

via Wkyc: Much of the focus has been on staffing, such as adding mental health professionals or school resource officers. But there may also be solutions in how schools are built. Turns out, there is no basic blueprint when it comes to building safer schools. But Jim Brewer with the American Institute of Architects believes […]

via foodnetwork: With summer right around the corner, there’s never a better time to brush up on grilling safety. Yes, you may be the master of your grill; however, you can never be too careful. 1. Gas grilling should be done outside the home at least 10 feet away from the house. 2. Check all connections for […]

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Local police departments are creating ‘Internet Purchase Exchange’ zones to ensure the safety of their residents. Rocky River police created a ‘MeetUp’ spot outside of the police department for residents completing online sales to have a safe space to meet. CLICK HERE to read story source:

Fourth of July celebrations might be family friendly, but keep in mind, household pets do not always enjoy the startling fireworks displays. Fireworks demonstrations can cause dogs and cats to hide, and in some cases, run away. According to Pet Amber Alert, more pets go missing around the Fourth of July than any other time of […]

Drowning remains a top cause of death for children ages 1 to 14, so now is the time to make sure your kids are ready for a day at the beach or pool. Swim instructors at Goldfish Swim School in Warrensville Heights said the earlier you enroll kids in any swim program, the better. Their […]

  Chances are your child has grown since last summer. If they have, you’ll need to adjust their bike seat accordingly. “What you want to do is have the child sit on the bike – and you want the child comfortable on the bike. So, normally, you have just a little bit of bend in […]

As thrill seekers eagerly await Cedar Point’s opening next month, state inspectors are hard at work ensuring those thrills are safe. Cedar Point, which has 16 roller coasters, kicks off its summer season on May 6, but inspectors have been on the grounds for several weeks to thoroughly examine the safety of about 70 rides […]

  Avoid driving alone or at night. Keep all car doors locked and windows closed while in or out of your car. Set your alarm or use an anti-theft device. If you must shop at night, park in a well-lighted area. Avoid parking next to vans, trucks with camper shells, or cars with tinted windows. […]

Members of the Stockyards Connection Block Club report residents called Cleveland police multiple times to report “shots fired” on November 12 and 13, and have concerns about police response time. Block club president Rebecca Barker told News 5 there were several calls for service on West 58th, West 59th, and West 46th, and in many […]