More Election 2006: Regional Elections
Sutton Captures Congressional Race
Polling Locations Stay Open Ruling
There's No Way Yet to Track Your Vote
Few Voting Problems Reported in Summit
Voters Still Leery of Computerized Voting
Cuyahoga County Ready For Tuesday
Race for Bob Ney's Seat
Akron High School Students Worry About Losing Teachers and Programs
Local Candidates Vie for Sherrod Brown's 13th Congressional District
Candidates for 13th Congressional District Meet in First Debate
More: Government and Politics
The tiny town that time, and elections, forgot may go out of existance
Free ticket offer for Cleveland GOP debate ends early
Where Ohio'sJohn Kasich stands in the presidential polls
Cuyahoga judge says Cleveland cops can be tried in East Cleveland
Cleveland moves ahead with plans to upgrade its streetlights
Gov. Kasich wants armed security at Ohio National Guard recruitment centers
Cleveland's new law requires protesters to give notice, get permits
Portman's reservations about the Iran deal rest with verification
Akron state senators tackle congressional mapmaking
U.S. exports of natural gas may take a route through Cananda
More by Daniel Hockensmith
Arts: two groups shake up NEO scene
Economics: regionalism begins to pay dividends
NEO gets hefty share of Ohio homeless grants
Education: regionalism/cooperation still far off
Folk Alley enters 5th season online
Researcher says personality type predicts how you shop
Early industrial valley lives again along towpath
Former candidate for bishopric reflects on Episcopal Church split
Columnist enjoys rural living
Author finds treasure trove of stories in cemeteries
Stories with Recent Comments
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
I had the honor of studying with Franklin Cohen in the late 80s and early 90s. He is unparalleled both as a clarinetist and as a musician. His deep personal war...
Summa's dress code is not 'etched in stone'
SOME OF THESE POLICIES ARE A COMPLETE JOKE. UNLESS YOU ARE DOING THESE TYPE OF JOBS EVERY DAY, YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IS COMFORTABLE AND REASONABLE OR NOT. UNLESS ...
In a crowded, controversial field, Kasich's low-profile may be a boon
I think it should be required that if a candidate wants to use the facilities of one of our state universities to promote him- or herself, they should be requir...
How's Kasich selling in New Hampshire, and what about Iowa?
"If he heads there, says Gomez, he’ll either have to shy away from those issues, flip flop or “stick his finger in their face and say, ‘Yeah, yeah, I expa...
Ohio School Boards Association says new law could mean state takeovers of schools virtually anywhere
It would be nice if the state were this concerned about the dozens of failing charter schools.
Republican National Convention plans outreach to African American voters in Ohio
Too late! Seriously - I think the Republicans already blew another outreach campaign to blacks when they allowed many prominent members of their party to spea...
Canton adds acoustic sensors to locate gun shots
We never had drive by shootings and all these gun slingers until about ten years ago. I have lived here in the same old German neighborhood since 1947. The ...
Sister of suicide victim claims complaints about school bullies were ignored
My name is Eliza Hogge and I am so sorry for the loss of your precious daughter. I am trying to contact Sladjana Vidovic's family about using your precious daug...
Drivers follow GPS onto railroad tracks in Cuyahoga Falls
Blaming it on your GPS does not "get it"; you should be paying attention and looking before turning. In short, I would also say, "Get off your f***ing phone and...
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