Ohio’s urban waterways were once seen as common sewers for industry and growing populations. But a fire in 1969 on the Cuyahoga River sparked new ideas of how a river can serve its region. In kicking off our series, Watershed, WKSU is examining three Northeast Ohio rivers, and the relationships they have with the communities that rely on them. WKSU’s Jeff St.Clair explores the ongoing transformation of the Black River. The Black River is wide at its mouth, with parallel banks encased by metal...
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