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City of Cleveland Pivots After Attempt at Expunging Low-Level Marijuana Convictions Hits Legal Snag

By Vince Grzegorek

City leaders including Mayor Justin Bibb and city council president Blaine Griffin remain committed to getting rid of minor marijuana convictions from the records of thousands of Clevelanders, but the process will be different than they first intended. Bibb, Griffin and others last month arrived at the Justice Center carrying boxes of filings seeking to expunge cases for around 4,000 residents convicted of minor marijuana possession in the city since 2017...

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Everything We Saw at the Bans Off Our Bodies Rally at Willard Park

In the wake of the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that showed the nation's high court is poised to overturn Roe v…

By Emanuel Wallace

Everything We Saw at the Bans Off Our Bodies Rally at Willard Park
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Vintage Photos Of Cleveland Lighthouses Past and Present

The Cleveland Memory Project is always a wonderful resource when searching for things about Cleveland's past. With construction beginning at Lighthouse Park (West…

By Scene Staff

Lighthouse on West 9th, 1870
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Photos From the First Walnut Wednesday of the Season at Perk Plaza

The popular downtown lunchtime event, Walnut Wednesday, made its return to Perk Plaza after a one week delay due to inclimate weather.…

By Emanuel Wallace

Photos From the First Walnut Wednesday of the Season at Perk Plaza
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This Cleveland House and Its Giant Dinosaur Statues Could Be Yours For $162,000

T-Rexes and giraffes and more, oh my. If you've been on a search for a home that doubles as a personal Jurassic…

By Brett Zelman

This Cleveland House and Its Giant Dinosaur Statues Could Be Yours For $162,000
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