TV20 News – Week of 3/2/20

Welcome back to TV20 News – Week of 3/02/20.

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Renovated McDonalds in Slavic Village (0:54)

The McDonald’s located in Slavic Village recently underwent a 1 million dollar renovation project. Councilman Anthony Brancatelli was there to commemorate the grand re-opening.

Ribbon Cutting of Vic’s Floral (2:25)

Longtime Slavic Village shop Vic’s Floral reopened at a new location on Fleet Avenue.

Jobs, Jazz and Coffee with a Cop (5:47)

The coffee was brewing and spirits were high as residents from the Glenville Area joined police officers and Ward 9 Councilman Kevin Conwell for a celebration of jobs, jazz and coffee with a cop.

Ward 14 SEEDS Program (7:20)

Journey Church on Cleveland’s West Side played host to the first annual ladies of SEEDS Graduation Ceremony.

Greater Cleveland Drug Court Commencement Ceremony (9:12)

The Cleveland Municipal Court’s Drug Court Program recently held their graduation ceremony, offering a better life for those caught in the web of addiction.

News You Can Use:  Free Tax Filing (12:18)

For those who qualify and If you make less than $56,000, visit or dial 211 on your phone to schedule your appointment to get your taxes filed for free.

News You Can Use:  Mayor Frank Jackson’s Scholarship Program (12:55)

Students are invited to apply for Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Scholarship Program.  Applications are being accepted until March 27th.  Visit Cleveland DASH OH DOT GOV and search for Scholarship Program.

News You Can Use:  Lifeguard Training (13:25)

Learn to save a life by becoming a professional American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard.  For more information, call 216-664-3018.

Go Red For Women (14:20)

The City of Cleveland teamed up with the American Heart Association to host their annual “Go Red for Women Event” in the Rotunda of Cleveland City Hall.

Black History Month – Media Panel Discussion (16:30)

There are a number of successful African American media members in the City of Cleveland, and the Black History Month planning committee brought in some very familiar faces for this year’s media panel discussion.

Black History Month Closing Ceremony (21:35)

The City of Cleveland’s Black History Month Celebration came to a close with a Crowning Event in the Rotunda of Cleveland City Hall.

St. Martin De Porres Quake Step Dance Team (23:00)

The St. Marttin De Porres Quake Step Dance Team stopped by Cleveland City Hall to perform.

Seltzer Elementary Students Read to Dogs (25:15)

For one Friday out of the month, Seltzer Elementary students come to the Cleveland Kennel to spend some quality time with the lonely and adoptable K-9s by reading some of their favorite books to them.