CLEVELAND - Residents of Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood are warning festival-goers to keep the area clean.
The Feast of the Assumption is a festival on Murray Hill kicked off Thursday and ends Sunday. But many homeowners woke up to trash in the mostly-residential area.
"People throwing garbage not in the garbage," said one woman who works at Algebra Tea House. "Treat it like your own neighborhood."
The four-day festival brings in more than 100,000 people, and homeowners are asking for a little consideration and respect.
The Feast of the Assumption is put on by the Holy Rosary Parish on Mayfield Road.