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The accused Cleveland City Councilor Ken Johnson should resign, says Council Chairman Kevin Kelley (Continue reading)

An audience dictates Jane Timken and Josh Mandel’s campaign strategy: Donald Trump (Continue reading)

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony is changing venues and could attract the biggest crowd ever (Continue reading)

Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center staff deliver some of Johnson & Johnson’s first COVID vaccine doses during the coronavirus pandemic. (Logan Wallace, Ohio State University)Ohio State University / Logan Wallace

Ohio Department of Health will slow the process of reporting coronavirus deaths to rely on CDC reviews (Continue reading)

Ohio coronavirus deaths fell by 596 people due to new counting log: Tuesday update (Continue reading)

Read Ohio’s new health regulations that will increase attendance restrictions in entertainment venues and banquet centers (Continue reading)

The US can vaccinate all adults by the end of May, says Biden (Continue reading)

Senator Rob Portman was a guinea pig for the new Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine (Continue reading)

Experts warn against comparing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine with others: “We have three effective vaccines” (Continue reading)

Who should skip the second shot of coronavirus vaccine? We have answers (Continue reading)

In warmer weather, wear masks while exercising outdoors to protect others on crowded trails, health experts say (Continue reading)

Governor DeWine thanks ‘Vaccine Queens’ for helping seniors navigate the state’s broken system: Leila Atassi (Continue reading)

University Heights woman charged with retaliation that killed a 6-year-old girl in Cleveland (Continue reading)

Case of a North Royalton woman accused of killing two Lakewood men in a crash goes to Cuyahoga County Grand Jury (Continue reading)


Family files lawsuit on behalf of twin children injured in the Cleveland police pursuit and killing Tamia Chappman (Continue reading)

Cuyahoga County Council is trying to reach a six-digit deal with the former head of IT, proposing a change to the policy on unpaid leave (Continue reading)

RTA Chairman Dennis Clough Resigns As Trustees Consider Replacing (Continue reading)

Cleveland, School District is marketing 19 vacant properties to developers (Continue reading)

36 New Cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus Confirmed in Cleveland, Seven New Deaths Registered: Tuesday Update (Continue reading)

Photos: The rainforest at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo reopens with a new dome and animals (Continue reading)

The Western Reserve Hospice provides security for pet owners (Continue reading)

Cleveland Heights sets up fleet to move to automated garbage and recycling collection (Continue reading)

Manager of Citizens for an elected mayor launches new campaign: Cuda for Cleveland Hts. Advice (Continue reading)

Brecksville-Broadview Heights Schools is spending $ 3.8 million to replace HVAC systems and roofs this summer (Continue reading)

The Mayor of Parma provides the virtual status of the city address (Continue reading)

Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center Proposed for Brecksville (Continue reading)

Akron Police have set up a “security zone” within the department where online buyers and sellers can exchange deals (Continue reading)

Cuyahoga Valley National Park completes cleaning and restoration of Krejci Dump (Continue reading)

Chippewa Lake Amusement Park past and present. See aerial views of the once popular tourist destination in Ohio (Continue reading)

The Medina County Scholarship funds overtime for school officials in Brunswick (Continue reading)

New Ohio conceal-carry gun permits rose 78% in chaotic 2020 (Continue reading)