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Sen. Sherrod Brown announces plans to improve Medicare by lowering prescription costs for seniors
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The tiny town that time, and elections, forgot may go out of existence
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Where Ohio'sJohn Kasich stands in the presidential polls
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Air Force unit gets training and Youngstown gets rid of some eyesores
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Jewish challah and Native American fry bread at an Akron cultural exchange
Each time I saw the young students relate to each other, I got goose bumps. These young students can and hopefully will teach all of us to live and respect eac...
One of the Cleveland Orchestra's most celebrated musicians bids farewell
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Summa's dress code is not 'etched in stone'
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How's Kasich selling in New Hampshire, and what about Iowa?
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