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2 hrs ago | WKYC-TV Cleveland
Tests after the crash in April showed his blood alcohol level to be more than three times the legal limit.
2 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
As the deadline approaches to put proposed charter amendments on the November ballot, Cuyahoga County Council needs to stop wasting time on lost causes and focus on meaningful change.
3 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Parma City Schools were awarded a $733,00 state Straight A grant with the goal of making parents more involved in their children's education.
7 hrs ago | Toledo Blade
Democratic candidate for governor Ed FitzGerald greets United Auto Workers member Janice Fryer at the IBEW Local 8 in Rossford.
The Vero Margherita Pizza, simple and classic, is one of the bestselling pies at Vero Pizza Napoletana in Cleveland Heights.
Woman gets 44 years for sexually abusing girls at Parmadale The victims were 13 and 15 years old, respectively, when they began their sexual encounters with Goodso Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1mVT9zu CLEVELAND -- Cassondra Goodson, who sexually abused vulnerable girls entrusted to her care at a residential treatment center, ... (more)
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald on Sunday accused Republican Gov. John Kasich of balancing the budget on the backs of local governments.
The new span of the Columbus Road Lift Bridge inched forward on giant rubber tires this morning and was ensconced on a barge, in preparation for a slow procession down the Cuyahoga River expected to happen this afternoon.
"Last year, the average residential person paid just over $20,000 a year in taxes," Millburn tax collector Donna Ruggiero said.
Northeast Ohio is once again being battered with heavy rain, strong winds and loud thunder.
After a batch of storms moved through the area, flood warnings have been issued for Cuyahoga and Geauga counties.
More than 280 "high quality" preschool seats -- some free and some with financial aid available -- are still available for Cleveland four-year-olds this fall.
After a slow start, a $66 million state effort to help welfare recipients find jobs and move off public assistance is picking up steam.
At the same time Cuyahoga County government is moving into a shiny new headquarters building, the FitzGerald administration is wrapping up the sale of a handful of properties it now no longer needs.
Nowadays, finding a place to shop for books without resorting to the Internet is pretty tough.
Job growth is both a key economic indicator and an easy issue for politicians to talk about when campaigning.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:17 pm
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