Friday, February 8 2013 10:30 PM EST2013-02-09 03:30:55 GMT
From looking around you would hardly believe it was a Friday at the West Side Market. The place was practically empty and so are the pockets of produce vendors. "Where are the people? We are almost closedMore >
From looking around you would hardly believe it was a Friday at the West Side Market.
The place was practically empty and so are the pockets of produce vendors.More >
Wednesday, January 30 2013 11:01 PM EST2013-01-31 04:01:02 GMT
The Cleveland Fire Department was called to the West Side Market at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday.More >
The Cleveland Fire Department was called to the West Side Market at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Crews found a fire in one of the food stands inside the historic building, located at W. 25th and Lorain Avenue.More >
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
Saturday starting at 1 p.m., the Five O'Clock Lounge on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood will be hosting a benefit for the vendors of the West Side Market.
Vendors have been struggling after a fire broke out inside the historic market last month.
The benefit will feature appearances by Colin Dussault, Kristine Jackson, Austin Walkin' Cane and more.
A $10 dollar cover charge with all proceeds going to The West Side Market Tenants Association. There will also be a raffle with many various prizes.
Joshua Stephens - Joe Joyce - Jesea Lee 1pm-2pm. He- Chaw frunk unplugged 2pm-3pm. Kristine Jackson 3pm-3:45pm Raffle drawings 4:15pm-5pm (winners MUST be present) Colin Dussault & Austin Walkin' Cane 5pm-6pm Kelly Zullo 6pm Alexander Ponomarenko - Cool Shade of Blue
Fired Up Taco will be on hand selling food.
For those who cannot attend but would like to make a donation, please make out a check or money order to "United West Side Market Tenants Association" and send it to:
Phoenix police have identified a man shot dead by a neighbor in a carjacking Friday afternoon.More >
The carjacking happened Friday afternoon near Clarendon and 21st Street when Michael Medina approached a 66-year-old woman, who had just pulled into her driveway, and asked to use her phone, police said.More >