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Cleveland Clinic picks Chicago developer for 274-room Holiday Inn project
The Cleveland Clinic has picked a Chicago developer to build a 274-room Holiday Inn hotel on its campus, at Euclid Avenue and East 86th Street near the old Cleveland Playhouse complex.
9 hrs ago
Cigars, hookah more popular than cigarettes among local high school students, survey shows
Patrons at Kan Zaman, a restaurant and hookah bar in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, sit in a booth around a table of several hookas during a night out.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Four Students Robbed at Gunpoint on Gun-Free Campus in Ohio
Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, has "beefed up security measures" after four students were robbed in one of the university's commons "in broad daylight" this past weekend.
Tears of Tage, Tears of Conscience
A couple of days ago I drove with my son-in-law towards Jerusalem to pick up my daughter his wife, and their new daughter our granddaughter.
Lost Cleveland: A look at the most iconic Cleveland landmarks of yesteryear
When the historic Fifth Church of Christ Scientist on the Lakewood-Cleveland border is torn down later this year, more than brick and mortar will be demolished.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Floyd County Times
Dr. Eileen Kummant joins Saint Joseph Martin Hospital3:13 pm | 0
Eileen Kummant, M.D., has joined the Seton Family Health Center at 11087 Main Street in Martin.
Floyd County Times
Dr. Peter Kummant joins Saint Joseph Martin Hospital3:16 pm | 0
Peter Kummant, M.D., has joined the Martin Clinic at 12579 Main Street in Martin.
Obamacare could be in jeopardy with today's court ruling
Taxpayer subsidies of the Affordable Care Act in many states, including Ohio, could be in jeopardy because of a federal appeals court decision this morning.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Delphi salaried retirees win battle in war for pension restoration
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation has lost a battle in a war to prevent the release of thousands of documents which 20,000 Delphi and GM salaried retirees hope will lead to the restoration of their pensions.
Man caught in drill press in Mercer County
First responders were called just before 3:00 p.m. Monday to a complex of buildings on New Castle-Mercer Road, which includes Shetler's Country Acre Harness and Feed Supply.
Boardman businesses re-open after power outage
The electricity went out to the Giant Eagle and Pet Smart on Doral Drive at about 1:30 p.m. A spokesperson for Petsmart and they their went out for about one hour and 20 minutes.
Valuable bull missing from Mercer County pasture
The bull went missing from a pasture on the farm of Joe and Mara Gaburri. But it's not your average bull, it 's Watusi, native to Africa, but gaining popularity in the U.S. It was on loan for an assignment.
Observer & Eccentric
Foucher has the eye on CrossFit prize
In 2012, Northville native Julie Foucher held the distinction of being the world's second most fit woman.
The Plain Dealer
Children with sickle cell anemia at higher risk for sleep apnea, study finds
Children with sickle cell anemia are more likely to suffer from sleep apnea than children who are otherwise healthy, according to the findings of a study published online in the journal Pediatrics .
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Four CWRU students robbed at gunpoint
Four students were robbed at gunpoint Sunday while studying in a common area. According to a release sent out by the University, the Four CWRU students robbed at gunpoint CLEVELAND -- Four students were robbed at gunpoint Sunday while studying in a common area.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Hotel plan banking on a new crowdfunding effort
Neighbor-helping-neighbor might be one way to put it, but the multimillion-dollar stakes are much bigger than sharing a cup of sugar in an emergency.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Plain Dealer
Rowers from St. Edward High School plan to cross Lake Erie in two...
Front to back, Chris Sekerak, Alex Marett, George Hildebrandt and Brian Mingus row a four-man shell down the Cuyahoga.
Flourish & Prosper: The Third Global Forum for Business as an Agent...
A progressive international conference in Cleveland, Ohio, this fall will explore how cutting-edge innovators and forward-thinking leaders are moving beyond traditional notions of social responsibility and sustainability to full-spectrum flourishing and profitability.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
UH Case Medical Center signs agreement with ARUP to offer DEEPGEN-HIV test
University Hospitals Case Medical Center has signed an agreement with ARUP Laboratories, a major national clinical reference laboratory that offers an extensive menu of highly complex and unique medical tests to hospitals, medical schools, and other nonprofit and commercial organizations throughout the United States.
New pie store open in Mayfield Heights: Messen' Around
MAYFIELD HTS., Oh. - A new shop for those who crave a piece of pie opened in the city in June and is a unique concept created by resident Scott Greer.