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Speaking before the City Club of Cleveland, Obama strongly condemns congressional Republicans’ latest budget proposals, sharply criticizing GOP for wanting to slash domestic programs that are designed to encourage job growth and promote economic benefits for middle class Americans.
City Council members in Hudson, OH unanimously reject support for the city’s participation in the community development block grant and HOME programs.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is sending $2 million in conservation funds to Ohio to help implement conservation techniques designed to improve water quality. USDA is also partnering with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to expand "boots-on-the-ground" capacity in the area and w...
The Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) is awarding four communities a combined $119.7 million to redevelop severely distressed public or HUD-assisted housing and bring comprehensive neighborhood revitalization to blighted areas.
The Ohio Housing Finance Agency awards 37 developers $27.8 million in low-income housing tax credits from its 2014 Housing Tax Credit program.
Developers seek low-income housing tax credits from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency to develop four sites in Dayton, OH with 70 new and 167 renovated housing units between them.
A new report focusing on Northeast Ohio provides an outline for a regional approach to fostering collaboration addressing systemic issues influencing economic and community development. The workforce development-focused Fund for Our Economic Future, in partnership with the Knight Foundation, has rel...
A major revitalization effort is underway in Youngstown, OH where a unique collaboration between Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation (YNDC) and its philanthropic partner, the Raymond John Wean Foundation (RUWF), is garnering positive attention from the federal government.
The Oberlin College Board of Trustees approves a resolution for an Impact Investment Platform to merge "socially responsible investing" with increased collaboration between students, trustees, and the college’s administration.
Nonprofit organizations in the Greater Cleveland area that have performed "outstanding service" for the community are eligible for the Ainsfield-Wolf Memorial Award, which includes a $20,000 prize.