Veterans Day remembrances include re-dedication of Pearl Harbor Marker
A growing need at Ohio's food banks
Three Ohio cities turn to mediation to resolve neighbor disputes
Call and Post Editor Constance Harper is remembered
Akron sued over homeless sweeps
Cincinnati joins Ohio's list of cities with domestic partnership registry
Local library levies are rising as state funding decreases
Remembering former Congressman Jim Traficant
Northeast Ohio undocumented immigrants praying for a miracle
Northeast Ohio Scots reflect the outcome of the independence vote
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Congresswoman Fudge to represent Cleveland at Mandela memorial
Oil plant explosion expected to have no negative impact on environment
Shale drilling numbers were inflated, Pennsylvania group says
Ohio group issues its most-dangerous toys list
Driving into Cleveland Friday? ODOT says leave extra early or stay home
Cleveland group commits to national "Food Stamp Challenge"
Cleveland councilman loves Browns, but not price tag for stadium upgrades
Ohio sets new goals to reduce farm runoff
Cleveland schools rank lowest in statewide attendance
Ohio considers pet protection bill
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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
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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
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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
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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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