New Kids on the Block in Greater Cleveland
Today, Ohio has 32 percent fewer newspapers than it did in 2004, making it harder for local readers to find out about their local city councilperson, what’s going on in their school district, or the latest updates on efforts to create change on the issues that most affect their lives. Fortunately, new publications and partnerships have leapt into the breach in Northeast Ohio, aiming to fill the news desert with much-needed...
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