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Arts: two groups shake up NEO scene
Economics: regionalism begins to pay dividends
Education: regionalism/cooperation still far off
Cuyahoga County elections officials preparing for a new voting system
Folk Alley enters 5th season online
Micro-Breweries hit by poor harvest and increased demand
Ohio Supreme Court weighs in on surrogate parenting contracts
Rock Hall inductions will be in Cleveland
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Cleveland's E. 4th St. developers see boom in downtown
More: Science and Technology
Longtime Cleveland duo gets $18.5 million to research AIDS/HIV
New gene splicing tool could revolutionize stem cell and other therapies
Kent State professor gets $180,000 to research organic LED technology
Exploradio: Archaic Ohio uncovered in Lorain County
B-29 bomber pilot’s son to speak about father’s famous A-Bomb mission
Exploradio: The promise and the hype of graphene
Frontier Communications gets nearly $23 million to expand broadband access in Ohio
California-based organization envisions Ohio being fossil-fuel free by 2050
New discovery shows 'Lucy' was not alone
NASA creates rocket parts using 3-D printing
More by Renita Jablonski
Parma Couple Wins US Supreme Court Case
Kent State Remembers Virginia Tech on May 4th Anniversary
Memorial Planned for Wooster Mayor
Sex Education For Seniors
State Charges Against Former Ravenna Mayor
Northeast Ohio Navy Corpsman Buried
Ohio GOP Admits Filing Wrong Bill
Case Against Parma Schools In Front of US Justices
Judge Says No to Sherwin Williams' Request
Peanut Butter Salmonella Cases In Region
Stories with Recent Comments
Terry Pluto: U of A's new athletic director has the toughest job in town
It is a hard sell. The Students do not want to go to the football games and they do not want to pay for the program. They have a lot of student loan debt and t...
Akron considering the future of the B.F. Goodrich smokestacks
This BFGoodrich alumna says, "Thank you, Dave Lieberth!"
State creates panel to look at Ohio charter school sponsors
It is more than disturbing that charter schools, which seemed like a good idea years ago, have begun to cripple public school education.
DEVO mural in Akron is now on display downtown
The installation is not at the former site of Chili Dog Mac. CDM was one block north on the other side of Main St.
New report shows growth in white collar jobs for Northeast Ohio
Unfortunately, there are fewer jobs in comparison to the number of professionals applying for them. I have been had a full time job since June 2012. In order to...
Advocacy group: Ohio could lead in clean energy
Ohio Legislators, You are supposed to be our leaders but you're not taking us where we want to go - where we need to go!
Campaign for and against marijuana legalization begins
Cannabis legalization needs to happen as soon as possible! But not if it gives monopolies to a selected few to grow and sell the herb. Responsible Ohio's mono...
Heinen's in downtown Cleveland sponsors a contest for food entrepreneurs
Love that this took place right here! What a way to support local. Thank you Heinens! Love this quote, as a small local biz, I agree, it's big!! "To be a small...
Cuyahoga Falls offers free signs for residents to encourage slow driving
This street is a short from Graham Rd.
Pluto: How the Indians' blockbuster deal went bust
Terry, As a long time reader of yours I am generally on the same page - and we're also about the same age. Anyway, like many, I am dismayed at the greedy and en...
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