Last Week on TV20 (08/27/18)

Couldn’t tune into TV20 last week? Don’t worry, here’s what you missed!

Clean Water Works: Episode 1

TV20 is happy to bring you Clean Water Works, a show all about the people who bring safe, clean, drinking water from Lake Erie to your house. 

TV20 Classic Sports

Enjoy a blast from the past as we jump back to 1994 for the Peewee League Football Championship

Around Town

In this episode of Around Town: We go to the Slavic Village neighborhood for the groundbreaking of the new Trailside.  Then we head over to Old Brooklyn for the ribbon cutting of the new Loew Park. 

King of the Ring

TV20 covers another amazing collection of amateur boxers in this episode of King of the Ring. 

The Inside Sports Report

In last week’s episode of The Inside Sports Report:

To wrap up Cleveland’s summer chess program, a championship chess tournament was held at City Hall.

The Baseball Heritage Museum hosted an education event on the history of Negro league women’s baseball. 

The City of Cleveland hosted its 4th annual Track and Field Day at Collinwood Recreation

TV20 Sports: 2018 Girl’s Softball Championship

The girls of the Cleveland rec. department battle out to see who will be crowned champions in this year’s softball championship game.

TV20 News

In this episode of TV20 News:

The Towpath Trails in Steelyard Commons enters its second phase of construction

The Huntington Convention Center hosted the Better Building Summit held by the Department of Energy

W.C. Reed Playfield reopens to the kids of Cleveland 

The brand new Memorial Park opens in the Hough neighborhood. 

Local scholarship recipients met with Mayor Frank G. Jackson.   

The Drug Court graduated its 58th class. 

A new captain was appointed to the Cleveland Fire Department. 

400+ showed up to the FBI and Law Enforcement Forum. 

5th annual Real Black Friday was held in Public Square.

The 2018 Student Internship luncheon.

Army Of Believers Scholarship luncheon.

Friendly Inn back to school rally with free school supplies.

 Cleveland Baseball Federation champions Woodstock Blacksocks were invited to meet Mayor Frank Jackson.

Little Italy hosted its annual the feast of the Assumption. 

Greater Cleveland Sports Commission hosted the Sunset Sprint 5K at Edgewater Park


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