Water bill woes part 2: What can Philadelphia learn from Cleveland’s water department?
Exploring what can be done to help cities’ poorest residents who struggle with water debt This is part two of a three-part series looking at the state of water affordability in Cleveland, Philadelphia and beyond, authored by the Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism Collaborative in partnership with Resolve Philly in Philadelphia. You can find Part 1 […]
The ~$4,500 student fee flying under the radar this election
The largest and growing college fee remains an issue for students, but not on the campaign trail. By Karl Idsvoog
Several Cities Expand Subsidized Preschool But Fees Remain Out of Reach for Most Middle Class Ohioans
By Lauren Fisher and Lillian Mongeau After her son couldn’t qualify for a local Head Start program because of the family’s annual income, Lynsi McKinney needed new options. McKinney, a stay-at-home mom in Southeast Ohio, eventually connected with a private, Christian school for 4 and 5-year-olds. But the family felt squeezed by the hefty price […]