Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and the Cleveland Browns will support the extension of the sin tax.
92.3 The Fan has learned that a phone survey is being conducted locally to take the temperature of voters as to whether or not they would support the extension of the sin tax.
The Cleveland Browns secured a major piece of funding to help pay for a facelift for FirstEnergy Stadium on Tuesday.
92.3 The Fan’s Indians beat reporter Matt Loede caught up All-Star second basemen Jason Kipnis, as he gets ready for the Rays and the atmosphere of a sold out crowd
Looking for a bite to eat before heading out to the game? Here are some Cleveland fan favorites to stop in to eat and drink before any Indians, Cavs or Browns game.
Summer’s just around the corner with hot days, full moons and fireflies. Have you planned your summer activities yet?
The sin tax, which financed the construction of what is now Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, and First Energy Stadium, could be extended to help fund renovations and upkeep of the 3 facilities after an amendment was added to the state budget, which was approved and signed into law this past week.
Cleveland has a bunch of activities for you and Dad, from baseball games to muscle cars, so there’s a little something for everyone.
Baseball is a game of failure. We normally use this line to describe hitters that are superstars if they can get a hit more than three out of 10 times.
Who is to blame for the low attendance? The never-ending debate continues.