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City Mother on details of the arrest of two Cleveland police officers on investigation charges (

Cleveland Mayor’s grandson Frank Q. Jackson is in custody after being confronted with Parma Police during the road

As part of the investigation by Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish (

Ohio Records 4,481 New Coronavirus Cases, 31 Deaths: Sunday Update (

View the number of new coronavirus cases for each Ohio ZIP Code over the past 14 days (

Man arrested after destroying property and attacking police officers in Cleveland on the west side of town (

Man found shot in the field, dies on the east side of Cleveland, police say (

The Cleveland man was found shot dead on the lawn of the house in South Collinwood, police say (


Two people, including a 90-year-old woman, were seriously injured in a house fire in Cleveland (

Cleveland Records 145 New Cases of Coronavirus, No New Deaths: Saturday Update (

Starting Monday, residents of Cuyahoga County will be able to call 211 for information on vaccines (

COVID-19 infections in suburbs of Cuyahoga County averaged 480 per day in January, compared to more than 600 in December (

Cuyahoga County Global Center for Health Innovation could host legal proceedings by June (

Cleveland state president Harlan Sands says a man with a criminal record was hired at school because 37 other applicants lacked “skills and experience” (

The fifth annual women’s march takes place on Saturday afternoon in Ohio City (Photos) (


Developers, architects and Shaker Heights should work up a sweat on details of the proposed Van Aken residential towers (

South Euclid’s Senders Pediatrics Partners with Pfizer on Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccine for Adolescents (

Richmond Heights Schools are recovering from “tax caution” (

Elyria man killed in car crash in Lorain, police say (

Akron Bar Cited for Violating Ohio Coronavirus Health Regulations (

Ohio lost 11,500 jobs in December despite temporary vacation jobs lowering the state’s unemployment rate (

Ohio lawmakers are making renewed efforts to remove the FirstEnergy perks introduced by House Bill 6 (

Ohio governor Mike DeWine announces the reversal of some state education cuts (

Governor Mike DeWine Restarts Accelerated Pardon Program After Slow Start (