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Cuyahoga County elections officials preparing for a new voting system
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Stark Board of Elections evaluates voting machines after roof collapse
Death on drillng rig is area's first
Canton's Basilica of St. John absorbs news of the pope at morning Mass
Storage tank at oil & gas well explodes
Trumbull Memorial Hospital employees gain lawmakers' support
Local Susan G. Komen affiliate sees donation increase even after ‘confusing’ Planned Parenthood decisions
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Rare submarine engines back in Cleveland
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New Oversight At Cuyahoga County Board Of Elections
Regional Economic Plan Unveiled
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Kent State President Cautious Over Governor's Plans
McCarthy Delivers State of Summit County Address
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Special Olympics Underway In Northeast Ohio
Stephanie Tubbs Jones Is Keynote At Kent State Celebration
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Exploradio: Breath tests reveal the body's inner chemistry
iNSHALLAH ONE DAY YOU WILL ALL SUCCEED AND GET THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR THIS GREAT DISCOVERY
Northeast Ohio Democrat joins GOP in backing religious liberties bill
God bless you, Bill. I pray that He does and that He gives you and your family a joyful Christmas and guides you as you continue to serve in our government. ...
A program in Cleveland pilots help for homeless vets
This place is a PRISON-LIKE INSANE ASYLUM; no privacy
Protestors hit Cleveland McDonald's for higher wages
These morons should be forced to take a high school economic class. And learn what inflation is. Higher wages = higher prices FACT!
Union, management set to meet as strike at Aurora's Rotek enters 11th month
They can appeal the unemployment all they want the state made a determination and it's final
Snowy owls invade Cleveland lakefront
Thank you for this exciting story.
Cleveland City Council approves stadium up grade funding
We really need the Browns to win more games I know we can't win all the games but sure need the team to start wining think we need to make some changes. Thanks
Colleagues say the woman who would keep it all on track is suited to the task
Some of the attitudes attributed to her sound very good. She sounds like she believes she is at court to serve the litigants and that she is careful to apply t...
Fake facades aren't enough to cover Ohio's abandoned home problems
This is so crazy. People out here are needing homes. Why don't they offer them up to those who have lost homes and work a payback plan according to there inco...
Secretary of State candidate Nina Turner talks redistricting and the vitality of the vote
Turner is the same person who allowed erroneous signage in WARD ONE where she lives in Cleveland, Ohio to be posted telling voters to go to Garfield Heights to ...
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