The Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Ohio Department of Transportation is looking for feedback from the public on how best to expand services to meet growing demand despite an ongoing shortage of funding.
Oct 22, 2014   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
In the 1970s, civic leaders articulated a vision for Indianapolis that included a new public university, sports venues and a riverfront park. Their vision is now reality. Steven Litt reports on the successes and failures of the plan.
Apr 15, 2010   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
The City of Cleveland has designated design review districts that require a hearing before demolishing potentially significant buildings. The Chester Conference Center, and most of the Cleveland Clinic campus, lie in-between protected districts.
Mar 16, 2010   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
In trying to turn people into homeowners, the city of Cleveland's participation in a federally-funded home loan program greatly exacerbated its foreclosure crisis.
Dec 15, 2009   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Planning commissioners in Cleveland are pushing forward a plan to revitalize the city's waterfront and port.
Dec 7, 2009   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
A significant portion of greater Cleveland's economy is driven by its immigrant population, according to a new report.
Dec 1, 2009   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
<p>East Fourth St. is a popular spot in downtown Cleveland, an alley lined with tables from onlooking restaurants. A recent renovation has resulted in an explosion of flowers.</p>
Aug 3, 2008   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
<p>A recent conference focused on how planners use the transformative effect that artists bring to a community to help jump start urban revitalization.</p>
May 16, 2008   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
<p>Cleveland and its suburbs are trying to remove some of the regional competition between cities by sharing revenues and resources.</p>
Aug 5, 2007   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
<p>Following up on a series from three years ago, the Cleveland Plain Dealer finds that much hopeful talk on the benefits of regional cooperation have yet to translate into actual reform.</p>
May 21, 2007   The Cleveland Plain Dealer
<p>Residents in Cleveland, Ohio, may be putting their tax dollars towards relocating a strip club. The relocation is part of an effort to acquire the club's current location for reuse as a homeless shelter.</p>
Apr 7, 2007   The Cleveland Plain Dealer