Greater Cleveland Partnership President & CEO Joe Roman joined Baskin & Phelps in studio for a discussion on the upcoming Sin Tax vote and takes calls from listeners with questions and concerns on the issue.
15 minutes could save you money on car insurance, but if fans waited any longer to grab their Opening Day tickets, they are out of luck.
Cleveland Indians representatives Chris Donahoe, Director of Maintenance and Jim Folk, VP of Ballpark Operations discuss the necessary upgrades needed at Progressive Field and how the extension of the Sin Tax would help the park that opened in 1994.
In this edition of Cleveland Connection, Dave talks with Tom Yablonsky, Executive Director of the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation about the plus side of renewing the excise tax on cigarettes and alcohol in Cuyahoga County [...]
Deep in the bowls of Progressive Field Indians clubhouse managers began loading bats, balls, bags, uniforms, pitching machines, nets, and coolers onto trucks which will make their way to Goodyear, AZ. in preparation for Spring Training.
Whether or not a county-wide tax on alcohol and tobacco sales will continue to be used to finance the upkeep of Cleveland’s 3 professional sports facilities will be up to voters in May.
The debate as to whether or not to place the sin tax extension on the ballot kicked off Tuesday afternoon and it will continue for the next few weeks.
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.