Nutcracker, Pink Bunny, and Fragile Package Cross the Finish Line
Cleveland School Progress:
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is significantly improving under The Cleveland Plan.
Mounties in Tremont's Lincoln Park
Recently, The Tremonster asked Cleveland Police Captain Keith Sulzer why Tremonsters might be noticing more officers on foot – or even on horseback – interacting with residents in and around our neighborhood. His answer was simple...
New Lincoln-West School to Have Space at MetroHealth
"The Lincoln-West School of Science and Health will expose students to the hundreds of jobs available in healthcare, jobs that will guarantee them a sound and safe future," Dr. Akram Boutros, MetroHealth's president and chief executive officer, said at annual stakeholders meeting...
Installing Security Cameras for Tremont
Brian Devine began installing the Security Cameras For Tremont program network, starting the week of May 16.
Residents and the Cleveland Fire Department watch a downed tree, light pole, and sparking power line on W 11th Street on Tuesday night at 12:15 pm. Cleveland Police and Fire Departments responded to calls at around 9:45 pm, but are still waiting for power company line workers who have been stretched thin by damage from severe storms.
CEI/FirstEnergy/The Illuminating Co has arrived to clean up their draped wires, closed driveways and sidewalks, and fix the issues keeping their Tremont customers away from their homes for over 36 hours. CPP’s side of W 11th was back up and running the morning after the storm.
[English report] The 48th annual Latino Art & Culture and Puerto Rican Parade was this past Saturday, Aug. 6th, at Voinovich Park. One great day celebrating with family-friendly entertainment and tasty Latin foods. This year’s new venue served as a revamp for years to come.
[Spanish report] La 48a. Anual Festival de Arte & Cultura Latina y Parada Puertorriqueña fue este pasado 6 de Agosto en el Parque Voinovich. Un dia lleno de entretenimiento familiar y comida latina. Este año con un nuevo local sirvio como modelo para los años siguente. Continue reading
Neighbors took advantage of the opportunity to meet other neighbors, eat Scoops ice cream, and partake in the Holmden Bhurer Rowley/Mentor Castle Clark annual cookout at the Clark Bar on Wednesday evening. Tremont west and Scoops have teamed up with the Clark Bar for ice cream socials on the two prior …
Paul Dlugos, outside his late father’s home on W. 11th Street (photo by Henry Senyak)
A special report by The Tremonster
“It’s a standard eviction,” said probate attorney, James Wagner. Wagner was standing on the street watching the eviction process near the chest-high pile of Paul Dlugos belongings covering the tree lawn in front of 3155 W. 11th Street. “It’s not so standard, obviously, but…”
According to Wagner, “Paul was the administrator of the estate, but the court removed him. The court removed him because he didn’t post the bond and he lied to the court about who the heirs are — he filed an application saying there’s no heirs. There’s five other heirs; family members. They’re all family members. Just go to the probate court docket, and search under Karol Dlugos. It’s all in the docket. It’s all in the docket.”
Evicted along with Paul Dlugos was his late father’s 12-year-old dog, causing concern that the dog is now roaming the street in distress.
This report was submitted by Henry Senyak earlier this evening:
Today is a very sad day in Tremont. lifelong Tremont resident Paul Dlugos was evicted from his late father’s West 11th St. home. If many remember, in late 2014, his father, Karol Dlugos, died on the sidewalk near Merrick House. Paul took care of his father’s needs. Karol did not have a will; Paul has brothers and sisters in Europe; he had a relative who filed court papers striping Paul as Court Appointed Executor, which has now led to his eviction.
We all see Paul every day, riding his bike in his hoodie — even in 90 degree weather — in the Lincoln Park area. I went to High School with Paul and graduated with him in 1981 from Cleveland Central Catholic. Continue reading
The year 2016 has brought a great deal of attention and foot traffic through Tremont, Cleveland, Ohio. Megan Hadzinsky reports on the reaction of Tremont businesses as Cleveland steps into the national spotlight.
Zack Ward (who played Scut Farkus in the film A Christmas Story) visited the film’s Cleveland Street location, A Christmas Story House and Museum, to meet fans and promote his directorial debut, Restoration, showing Sunday, July 10, at the Capitol Theatre Continue reading
A new, public mural adorns the formerly blank, cement wall along the south side of Tremont’s Lincoln Park Gazebo. The public mural project is the work of Angelica Pozo, a resident of Tremont as well as the founder of Tremont Artist In Residence program, also known as Tremont AIR. We caught up with Pozo during the final public tile decorating session, held at the iconic Literary Café, to find out how she involved and reflected so much of the Tremont community in this piece of public history, now on display. Continue reading