Local Innovation, Neighborhood Development Plan, Gold Cup Comes to Town

Remember hearing, 'You've got mail?' One of AOL's founders shares his thoughts on leveraging the internet to strengthen the social sector.

$25 million to build homes and jump-start business in neighborhoods hurt by population loss and years or disinvestment-- that's Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's gambit as he seeks an unprecedented fourth four-year term in office. 

And why is soccer's 'Gold Cup' visiting the city of trophies today?

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