CLEVELAND - Cleveland officials are working on a plan to make the lakefront more accessible to residents who live west of downtown Cleveland.
Ohio's $1.6 billion highway budget deficit initially delayed the project, but ODOT reforms and federal funds have generated the resources to accelerate it.
Mayor Frank Jackson, along with Ohio Governor John Kasich and ODOT Director Jerry Wray, will discuss new developments with the project at news conference Thursday.
The event is scheduled to start at 11:30 a.m. at the Battery Park Warehouse
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A Cuyahoga Falls car dealership sold 40 cars to be used in the filming of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier".
Disciplinary hearings for Cleveland police supervisors accused of violating department rules during a deadly chase and shooting last November began Monday.