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Trevor Elkins, a Year After Campaign Finance Conviction, Runs for Newburgh Heights Mayor's Seat Again

He did jail time, 200 hours of community service, and sent out thousands of apology letters

By Mark Oprea

A little more than a year after Trevor Elkins resigned from his post as mayor of Newburgh Heights following his guilty plea to campaign finance violations, he mailed out roughly a thousand postcard-sized apologies to residents, asking for forgiveness. Elkins, who had served as Newburgh's mayor since 2011, was softening the waters for a comeback bid to once again lead the village, a bid which he officially announced last weekend...

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Photos: Thousands of People Filled Downtown Cleveland for the 2023 Pride in the CLE March and Festival

The weather was picture perfect  for a day-long celebration of pride in and around the city of Cleveland. The Pride March, started…

By Emanuel Wallace

Pride in the CLE 2023
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Photos: $1.2 Million West Park Home Comes With Rocky River Reservation Views

Overlooking the gorgeous Rocky River Reservation, this home (17233 Greenwood Avenue) in West Park just hit the market for $1,215,000. This stately…

By Scene Staff

172333 Greenwood Ave.
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Photos: Here's What Cleveland Looked Like in 1889

Originally published by H.R. Page and Co. in 1889, Cleveland Illustrated was given to the Michael Schwartz Library of Cleveland State in 2003.…

By Scene Staff

Scene in Public Square
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Photos From the First Day Light Summer Series Day Party of the Season at Garden City

Over the course of the summer there will be three Day Light Summer Series day parties at Garden City. The first one…

By Emanuel Wallace

Photos From the First Day Light Summer Series Day Party of the Season at Garden City
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