Below is a listing of the programming airing this week on TV20!
7:00a.m, 12:00p.m, & 6:00p.m.-
DECLINING USE OF FORCE PRESS CONFERENCE
A Press Conference was held by Mayor Frank Jackson to address the public and answer questions regarding the declining use of force in the Cleveland Police Department and what steps will continue to be taken by his administration.
HEINEN’S GRAND OPENING
Residents and employee’s currently living and working in Downtown Cleveland now have their first full-service grocery store! Mayor Frank Jackson was joined by members of the community for the ribbon cutting of the new Heinen’s Store located in the Historic Cleveland Trust Building.
GO RED FOR WOMEN – A SALUTE TO WOMEN’S HEALTH
The City of Cleveland “Go Red for Women” A Salute to Women’s Health Event in conjunction with Black History Month was held in the City Hall Rotunda and provided free health screenings and heart healthy information.
THE 24TH ANNUAL HARVEST FOR HUNGER CAMPAIGN
The 24th Annual Harvest for Hunger Campaign kicked off at the Cleveland Food Bank with the goal of feeding thousands of people in need in our community.
THE 17TH ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION
The 17th Annual Black History Month Celebration took place at Zelma George Recreation Center, with the theme “Our History Embrace It,” as many African American men and women gathered to honor their culture through song, art and personal readings.
BLACK HISTORY SALUTE TO EDUCATION
The Salute to Education and Black Cultural Bazaar took place at the City Hall Rotunda and featured esteemed African Americans in our community who came together to discuss the importance of education as it relates to Black History Month and our City’s youth.
Firefighter Mark Rine of Columbus, Ohio was just 30 years old when he was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma in 2012. He spoke about his diagnosis and gave a presentation showing the link between firefighters and cancer, and preventative measures our fire men and women need.
Earth Fest is the longest running Earth Day Celebration in the Nation, and is also Ohio’s largest environmental education event. This year it will be on Sunday, April 19th once again at the Berea Fairgrounds. The Earth Day Coalition has partnered with Mayor Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland 2019 initiative for the event and will celebrate the “Year of Clean Water”. You don’t want to miss this event that is fun and educational for the whole family.
It may not feel like it outside, but summer is only a few months away, which means the planning process has begun in University Circle for the Annual Parade the Circle and Wade Oval Wednesdays! If you are a food vendor, or if you would like your band to perform at either event, you can pick up an application at University Circle’s main office located at 10831 Magnolia Drive or go to their website, universitycircle.org The deadline to apply is April 30th.
EVENTS IN CLEVELAND
It is starting to warm up little by little and there are plenty of fun events to attend and activities to do! Make sure to visit our TV20 blog and bulletin board for updates.
2015 ICE FEST
Single digit temperatures didn’t keep Clevelanders from checking out the First Annual Ice Fest at North Coast Harbor. The event, sponsored by the City of Cleveland along with North Coast Harbor and Downtown Cleveland Alliance, featured unique ice sculptures between the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
7:45a.m, 12:45p.m., & 6:45p.m.-
The Bottom Line Up Front
News you can use with Dan Williams, the Media Relations Director from Mayor Frank Jackson’s Office of Communications.
8:00a.m, 4:00p.m., & 7:00p.m.-
Mayor Jackson’s State of the City Address
Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s delivers his 2015 Annual State of the City Address to the residents of Cleveland
The Graduation Ceremony of the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Greater Cleveland Drug Court.
11:00a.m., 2:00p.m., 11:00p.m., 5:30a.m,-
The 10th Annual “Who’s Who in Black Cleveland” Event was held at the Inter-Continental Hotel, giving tribute to those who have left a legacy and to recognize current influential men and women in our city. This event is a major one every year and many people gather to show their appreciation and to honor those who have made a difference and those who continue too.
1:00p.m., 10:30p.m., & 4:30a.m.-
Celebrating Black History
The Salute to Education and Black Cultural Bazaar took place at the City Hall Rotunda and featured esteemed African Americans in our community who came together to discuss the importance of education as it relates to Black History Month and our City’s Youth.
1:30p.m., & 6:00a.m.-
This Is How We Do It
Today’s Guest: Chief of Education for the City of Cleveland: Monyka Price
3:00p.m., & 5:00a.m.-
YMCA Ground Breaking Cermeony
Chief of Staff for the City of Cleveland, Ken Silliman was joined by Community Members and other Local Officials at the Galleria at Erieview, in partnership with Parker Hannifin, for the new YMCA of Greater Cleveland Groundbreaking Ceremony.
City of Cleveland Job Board
Showcasing Job listings throughout the City of Cleveland
5:30p.m, & 6:30a.m-
The Polka Train
Today’s Band: The Frank Moravcik Band
8:30p.m & 2:30a.m-
King of the Ring Boxing
A TV20 Special Boxing Presentation.
Cleveland Classic Cinema
The Brain That Wouldn’t Die: A doctor experimenting with transplant techniques keeps his girlfriend’s head alive when she is decapitated in a car crash, then goes hunting for a new body. (1962)
Off the Hook Wrestling
A TV20 Special Wrestling Presentation
And you can of course stay tuned to TV20 for the latest happening in Cleveland!