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2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Cuyahoga County Public Library invites the public to attend a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Thursday, August 28th at 4:00 p.m. to celebrate the completion of a $1.8 million renovation to its Brook Park Branch, located at 6155 Engle Road.
3 hrs ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
Two reported cases of human West Nile virus in Ohio. One patient is a 24 year old woman from Muskingum County.
4 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Gov. John Kasich pleaded with hundreds of Republican-leaning lawyers and judges today to help five women he appointed to various judgeships win their races this fall, including Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith L. French.
6 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Cuyahoga County Councilman Mike Gallagher now says was incorrect when he announced during a public meeting last week that the county's inspector general was pursuing live access to every security camera in the new county headquarters.
9 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
Next up in NEO's Best Pizza visit was Geraci's , 2266 Warrensville Center Rd., in University Heights.
13 hrs ago | The Plain Dealer
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Lance Mason wants a special prosecutor appointed to take over the case involving his arrest earlier this month on charges he seriously assaulted his wife.
13 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Democrat Ed FitzGerald did not mention his gubernatorial campaign's woes during a speech last night at the annual Logan County Democratic picnic.
Disabled motor vehicle, Interstate-271: While checking on a disabled vehicle Aug. 18; officers learned a female passenger inside of it had an active felony drug warrant out of New York, where she and a man were traveling back to after attending a protest in Missouri.
Attorneys on Wednesday argued over the DNA testing of nine pieces of evidence linked to the death of Cleveland Heights restaurant owner Jim Brennan.
A federal judge today sentenced three people from Cuyahoga County to prison for conspiracy charges involving a $1.4 million North Carolina real estate scam.
Police said Wednesday that the death of a man found near I-71 in Brook Park is being treated as a suicide.
Thirty people facing drug charges in Cleveland Municipal Court room Tuesday were tapped to participate in a first-of-its-kind program here officials hope could save their lives.
Ohio civil rights groups are asking federal officials to overrule the governor's decision to kick thousands of the state's poorest people off of food stamps rolls last fall, arguing that a state decision to set different work requirements for the program in different parts of the state disproportionately affected racial minorities .
A 78-year-old woman is being treated for encephalitis at a hospital in Cuyahoga County, one of two cases of West Nile Virus identified in humans in Ohio, the first for 2014.
Republican Gov. John Kasich told reporters Tuesday at a campaign stop in Cincinnati that he pays no attention to the other side.
A boil advisory has been issued for about 300 residents in Danbury Township due to a water line break according to the Ottawa County Sanitary Engineering Department.
Westlake resident George Woyansky describes his hobby of gardening as "all self-induced pain."
Ohio Department of Health officials say the first two cases of West Nile Virus in humans have been found this year.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 03:08 pm
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