Jade Jarvis, News 5 Cleveland

Jade Jarvis

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Jade:

Mapleside Farms kicking off fall season with new COVID-19 restrictions

Apple cider donuts, pumpkin and apple picking, the corn maze - all of the attractions families know and love are back for the season at the farm but, there are some new COVID-19 guidelines in place to keep everyone safe. → Read More

Health experts looking into effects of vitamin D in fight against COVID-19

We all heard it growing up - you need vitamin D for strong, healthy bones and teeth. Well there’s a new focus on the vitamin, its possible effects on the coronavirus, and what that means for folks in Northeast Ohio. → Read More

Community garden at Akron elementary school teaching kids about healthy eating

The American Heart Association is teaming up with Firestone Park Elementary School in Akron to build a teaching garden so students can have firsthand access to healthy foods. The organization said its all about making sure the students grow into healthy adults. → Read More

Local nonprofit teaching Cleveland area girls about self-love

Self-love, self-respect, and self-worth - all important qualities for girls to learn as they grow and become young women. One local non-profit is working to teach those values to girls in the Cleveland area. → Read More

Literacy in the HOOD providing books to children in Cleveland's underserved neighborhoods

Sixty-six percent of people who live in Cleveland are functionally illiterate, and in some neighborhoods, the illiteracy rate is as high as 95%. → Read More

Westlake man runs Boston Marathon virtually for multiple sclerosis awareness, research

Every year, runners all over the country flock to New England for the Boston Marathon, but this year, they’re racing in their hometowns as the marathon has gone virtual. That includes Brad Lamb from Westlake who is running around his neighborhood for a very important cause. → Read More

Community rallying behind beloved Amherst restaurant Hot Dog Heaven damaged in fire

Earlier this month, a fire at beloved Amherst restaurant Hot Dog Heaven started with a spark in the kitchen near the grill and deep fryers and spread through the building, but the owners said the damage won't stop them from coming back. Sunday, the community plans to help them rebound. → Read More

Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival kicks off virtual event

The festival is in its 9th year, but for the first time, 90% of the festival will be online which executive director Donna Dabbs said she thinks will give people the opportunity to watch even more films. → Read More

Volunteer group restores Lower Shaker Lake park's natural habitat

Lower Lake Park in Shaker Heights is getting some much needed TLC thanks to Friends of Lower Lake, a group of local volunteers. Their goal to get rid of the weeds and restore the land to its natural beauty. → Read More

Walls of Love dedicates wall to suicide prevention awareness, local men who died by suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and the group Walls of Love is dedicating its latest project to the cause and two local families mourning the loss of their loved ones. → Read More

Suspect arrested in connection to the killing of CPD detective James Skernivitz

Police have made an arrest connected to the shooting death of 25-year Cleveland Police veteran Detective James Skernivitz on Thursday night on the city’s West Side. → Read More

High school seniors facing new college prep challenges due to COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way students are learning this year - and for the class of 2021 it's also changing how they’re preparing for college. → Read More

Family of man gunned down on Cleveland's east side pleading for answers, justice

It's been more than a month since 27-year-old Allante Riggins was gunned down on Cleveland's east side. Now, his family is pleading for answers and justice. → Read More

Cleveland photographers trading photoshoots for socks to support Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless

Saturday, a group of Cleveland photographers are trading their services for socks. They’re hosting “The Sock Exchange” event to support the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and those who benefit from their initiatives. → Read More

Red Cross volunteers from Northeast Ohio helping with disaster relief efforts nationwide

As Hurricane Laura takes aim at the Gulf Coast, volunteers from northeast Ohio will be headed into the fray to lend a hand. And the Gulf Coast isn't the only area getting help from the Buckeye State, these volunteers are headed to disaster areas nationwide. → Read More

Tri-C, Care Alliance team up for drive-thru, walk-up COVID-19 testing

Care Alliance Health Center and Cuyahoga Community College are teaming up for a new COVID-19 testing partnership. They're launching drive-thru and walk-up testing sites on the college's four campuses and it's not just limited to students. → Read More

Cleveland agency looking for foster parents for pregnant teens, young mothers

Right now in Cleveland, many pregnant teens and young mothers in foster care are in urgent need of a safe place to call home. → Read More

Ohio City residents, officials fight back after city drops Willow Ave. Bridge replacement proposal

People in an Ohio City community want transparency from city leaders after they say a proposal to divert truck traffic from their neighborhood was canned without any warning. → Read More

Effective Leadership Academy helping students, parents with back-to-school transition

Whether they’re doing remote learning or heading back to the classroom, this school year will be a big transition for many students. Effective Leadership Academy is working to help kids and parents work past those challenges. → Read More

Lakewood rent relief programs helping residents, small businesses stay afloat

Renters and small business owners in Lakewood are getting some help with paying their bills. The city just announced two rent relief grant programs, providing emergency assistance to those who need it most. → Read More