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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, June 28:

  • Nine Northeast Ohio public colleges sign collaborative compact;
  • Massillon Museum to use grant to combat stigmas in Appalachia;
  • Firm hired to investigate lawmaker also donated to him;
  • Ohio legislature relaxes standards at virtual academy;
  • Akron officials say discolored water is safe to drink;
  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History names permanent CEO;

Nine Northeast Ohio public colleges sign collaborative compact

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NEXUS / SPECTRA ENERGY

The caretakers of a sensitive wetland in Summit County are responding to the deal reached this week between the city of Green and a gas pipeline company.

The settlement with Nexus Gas Transmission allows for the resumption of construction of a pipeline through 1.3 acres of Singer Lake Bog.

The largest prehistoric bog in Ohio was purchased by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History in 1999.

KELSEY VANCE

Over the next few months, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is celebrating the work of women scientists.

The kick-off included an unusual examination of the role of gender.

In this week’s Exploradio, we look at the series, and profiles one of the featured female scientists.

The Celebrating Women in Science series welcomes visitors with portraits of female scientists… in disguise.

CMNH

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History has named an acting CEO after the abrupt resignation last month of former Director Evalyn Gates

Chief Development Officer Sonia Winner will now lead the museum through a crucial phase of its $150 million centennial expansion.

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STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Jan. 12:

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