Frank Wiley, News 5 Cleveland

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Recent articles by Frank:

A Frank Conversation: What Young Voters Want

A conversation with two Ohio college students about the 2020 election. → Read More

Maple Heights ready to reap economic rewards from city's new Gojo building

Gojo is expected to hire 100 employees in the first quarter of 2021. By the end of the second quarter of 2022, another 100 jobs will be added, offering full benefits and a livable wage. → Read More

A Frank Conversation: The Human Touch

Human touch is an important part of communication, but social distancing guidelines have left many of us starved for touch. → Read More

Local fashion designer sees surge in demand for the latest accessory: masks

Dru Thompson of Dru Christine Fabrics & Design lost a big chunk of her business in March when people stopped ordering dresses for weddings and proms. She got creative and started making face masks, and now business is the best its been in years. → Read More

Historical Society wants your 2020 artifacts

There’s no denying that 2020 has been a year we’ll never forget. From COVID-19 to the racial protests, we’re living through history, but what if you’re not alive right now? One group is already thinking about preserving artifacts for the next generation. → Read More

Juneteenth celebration happening tonight at Mayfield Road Drive-In theater

Today is Juneteenth, a day that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. The day marks when word of emancipation reached people in the deepest parts of the former confederacy in Galveston, Texas. Cleveland is joining the history lesson with a history celebration. → Read More

Lorain RV store sees 'boom' in business from from first-time customers

Neff Brothers RV store in Lorain has seen a boom in businesses in recent weeks. → Read More

Marshall Carpet One using its resources to help local first responders

Marshall Carpet One in Mayfield Heights is using its resources to support the local businesses that have supported them. Manager, Matt Wien said the effort is exactly what struggling businesses need as they deal with the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Why college students, others don't get $1,200 or $500 from stimulus check

Nearly 100 million Americans receive one, but if you’re not in the number, it’s probably because of one of two reasons: you’re getting one by mail or two you don’t qualify. News 5 explains why millions of younger people are being excluded from receiving a check. → Read More

Parma florist and bakery are making sure mothers are celebrated on Mother's Day

This Mother’s Day will feel a little different this year, but that’s not stopping Pawlaks Florist and Breads and Beyond Bakery in Parma from making sure customers can buy all the necessary sweet treats and flowers to celebrate their mother. → Read More

Group that helps the homeless needs help themselves as pandemic spreads

The St. Vincent De Paul Society is calling for help to feed people who are lacking food. Despite stepping in to provide resources, the organization is now in need of assistance itself. → Read More

60 pounds of food from canceled Tri-C event goes to Stone Soup Cleveland

Social distancing has forced the cancellation of many events, and today, Cuyahoga Community College donated nearly 60 pounds of food because Tri-C canceled a conference that was supposed to take place this week. A partnership with Stone Soup Cleveland is rescuing resources. → Read More

Local doctor authors book focused on care for African Americans

Dr. Gregory Hall treats patients, teaches medical students, and recently wrote a book to help his fellow physicians improve the care they provide their African American patients. → Read More

Tri-C program helps women who are looking to make life changes

Cuyahoga Community College just enrolled another class of women who are looking for a change. The course is called Women in Transition. → Read More

'Move the needle on closing the gap': Entrepreneurship program helps grow African American businesses in Cleveland

The Presidents’ Council continues to push for diversity and inclusion by advocating for African American entrepreneurs. → Read More

School emphasizes the role fathers play in education

Dozens of fathers and father figures stepped through the entrance of Stepstone Academy in Cleveland. → Read More

Local barber collecting donations to help areas ravaged by Dorian

The owner of a local barbershop has been collecting clothes, food and toiletries to send to areas hit by Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

Cleveland Heights community works to rebuild garden uprooted by vandals

A Cleveland Heights group is working to replant and rebuild a community garden that was destroyed by vandals last week. → Read More

Cleveland Clinic: Men would rather do chores than go to doctor

When it comes to their own health, men are shockingly averse to go to the doctor, and even when they do, many are hesitant to be honest with their physicians, a study from the Cleveland Clinic found. → Read More

'Infinite Scholars' hosting scholarship fair for area students

Infinite Scholars is in its eighth year in the Cleveland area. It’s been going on for 16 years nationwide. On Wednesday at Glenville High School, from 9 a.m. until noon, students across Northern Ohio are invited to attend the scholarship fair. → Read More