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Founded in 1796, Cleveland became a manufacturing center due to its location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines. Eventually, the city diversified into the service economy. Cleveland's many immigrant groups have long played an important role in defining the regional cuisine, and, in 2007, Cleveland's culinary scene began to receive international attention. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL) Cleveland Indians (MLB) Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University
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Body found in rubbish fire in Cleveland, officials say
The body was discovered about 7 p.m. Saturday while firefighters were called to an open fire in a yard on Laisey Avenue between Union Avenue and Kinsman Road, Cleveland fire spokesman Mike Norman and police said. The investigation has been turned over to Cleveland police.Lawyer says police should look at Christopher Whitaker for Shakira Johnson's unsolved killing
Christopher Whitaker has all but stood on Public Square and confessed to killing Alianna. A jury concurred this week , and will meet again to recommend if he should live or die.Cleveland hosts Mac 'N Cheese Throwdown
It's the ultimate comfort food festival, presented by W.A.G.S.4 Kids. Four celebrity judges, including WKYC's Monica Robins, and those in attendance will decide who has the best Mac 'N Cheese in town.New Politics bring dance rock and pop-punk fun to Cleveland House of Blues (photos)
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Denmark's pop punk trio New Politics stopped by the Cleveland House of Blues on Friday night to kick off the second leg of its tour promoting its latest album "Lost In Translation." Lead singer David Boyd seemed to defy gravity as he jumped in the air and break danced on stage.What to know about cleveland.com's Open Table session
More than 500 people have responded to our call to learn more about a program we, at cleveland.com, believe will greatly assist people living in poverty. The program is known as Open Table and involves six or seven people becoming friends, advisers and advocates for a struggling family.2018 Cleveland Indians' over/under at 94 1/2 victories -- do you agree? DMan's World
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- As MLB spring training opens, noted sports book Bovada puts the Cleveland Indians' victory over/under at 94 1/2 -- tied for the third-highest number in MLB. Bovada puts the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers at 96 1/2.Cleveland swears in new police Internal Affairs head to oversee...
The new head of Cleveland police's Internal Affairs Unit was sworn in Friday, tasked with implementing measures that will curb what the Justice Department said was a long-term pattern of biased investigations into officer misconduct. Ronald Bakeman, 70, will be paid $105,000 a year to be Internal Affairs' new superintendent.Lookout charged after armed robber fatally shot by target
A Cleveland man is charged with aggravated murder after a 21-year-old man fatally shot his accomplice during an armed robbery attempt. Harold Melton, 31, acted as a lookout for Shaylamar Gilmore during the Jan. 10 when Gilmore was shot to death, according to court records.Cleveland animal control officer attacked, thrown off porch after issuing complaint for barking dog
An animal control officer issuing a warning for a barking dog ended up with a broken leg after a group of people surrounded him and threw him off a porch, police say. The officer, 44-year-old Keith Dozier, choked one of the two men who attacked him until he lost consciousness.Greater Cleveland Food Bank supporters celebrate Harvest for Hunger...
They got the Greater Cleveland Food Bank all dressed up early Thursday for the annual Harvest for Hunger kickoff event, banners and balloons adorning the cavernous warehouse. Hours later they took it all down and got back to work preparing some of the 50 million meals they distribute yearly.Art therapy teaches TJ Bell a lesson about fighting: A Greater Cleveland
Nine-year-old TJ Bell squeezes into the gray armchair so that he's cheek to cheek with his mother. Together, they read his list of the pros and cons of fighting, the problem that has brought TJ to this art therapy class at a trauma counseling center.Jewish Federation of Cleveland president to retire in December
Stephen Hoffman will step down after serving 35 years with the federation. Hoffman, 67, became president in 1983 and his last day with the organization will be Dec. 31, according to a news release.Hyperloop May Be Coming To Cleveland, Or At Least A Potential Route
In theory, people could travel inside at 700 miles an hour. Tests in a tunnel in Nevada have reached 240.Cleveland man charged after being shot twice in three weeks, including at Collinwood gas...
A Cleveland man shot twice in three weeks, including once during a daytime shootout at a Collinwood gas station, is now charged with illegal gun possession. Clarence Moore III, 25, is charged with possessing a weapon under disability.Bob Patterson And Photographing The Streets Of Cleveland
"Life is very fluid," said Cartier-Bresson during a 1979 interview with NPR . "Well, sometimes pictures disappear.Cleveland Water Department employees among those charged in tax scam, feds say
A city of Cleveland Water Department employee was one of three people charged in federal court Wednesday as part of a scam that involved recruiting people from low-income areas and homeless shelters to use their personal information to file fraudulent tax returns. A 2015 story on Cleveland Water's website lists him as working at the Crown Water Treatment Plant in Westlake.Speeding Cleveland driver arrested for drug abuse: Brecksville Police Blotter
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