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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
Trying to find a great book for a kid?
Cleveland's E. 4th St. developers see boom in downtown
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Malaya and Makalu meet their public
Muskingum Water Conservancy District turns over addresses
Winter weather slows local growers
Rising temperatures likely to cause flooding
"Giving" of a different kind marks Martin Luther King's holiday
Defense planners look at northeast Ohio
Floods in Barberton force evacuation of nearly two dozen elderly people
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
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Public health advocates sue EPA for failure to sign off on Ohio's lead plan
The reformation of Blaine Murphy and Slavic Village
Comparing Kasich and Portman and the national presidential field
Portman is skeptical heading into Obama's immigration speech
Portman still interested in a presidential run; is reticent on Kasich
An Ohio mother looks for answers to Ohio's infant mortality rate
Ohio's Sen. Brown says XL pipeline could raises prices in Ohio
Akron packs a church to honor Officer Justin Winebrenner
One month later, Summit looks back at Ebola and towards the next outbreak
Summit County tallies the cost of the Ebola scare
Stories with Recent Comments
An amendment to an Ohio agriculture bill may kill whole bill
I hope the Gov. sticks to his veto, Att takes more out of this state than it puts in.
From warehouse to writer: Terry Pluto's Thanksgiving thank you
Dear Terry: On my 8th cup of coffee trying to get Thanksgiving "Brunch" done ahead of time because I work nights. However, I just had to stop to contact yo...
The first big private gift comes in for the pro football HOF project
The HOF has needed a shot in the arm for many years and this project will go a long way to getting the attraction the attention it deserves (next: upgrad...
Cuyahoga County's heroin epidemic has a new, more deadly element
live by the needle die by the needle
Environmental study nears completion in East Liverpool
Twenty years ago my twin sister and I protested the building and operation of the WTI facility citing several studies that indicated the risk of cancer due to ...
HOF's Canton expansion could take an island and make it a village
I live in the block from Broad St to the Hall of Fame and will be impacted by the expansion. I am in the process of selling my home and planned to long before i...
Cleveland redeploys police to replace rejected red-light traffic cameras
Periodic rotational enforcement without warning does NOT change behavior and the city officials know that. This is the basis of all officer-run enforcement trap...
New enrollment period offers more insurance options
The removal of federal funding for healthcare CO-OPs may limit the growth of the CO-OP movement. http://www.healthcaretownhall.com/?p=6381
The family of Boardman vet killed in Vietnam receives his medals
My name is Mike Eisenbraun. I am Larry's brother. I was 14 years old when Larry was killed in Vietnam. He has been gone for 46 years but it seems like yester...
Cleveland seniors are creating new wealth -- and facing new challenges
Why is anyone surprised that we people over 65 are not retiring? If you have been paying attention, defined company funded pensions were phasing out in the eigh...
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