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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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Driver in stolen car charged in fiery two-car crash in Cleveland that killed woman
The driver of a stolen car is accused of causing a fiery two-car crash that killed a 21-year-old woman and caused a 17-year-old boy to suffer a spinal fracture. Brown is being held in the Cuyahoga County Jail on $100,000 bond after his first court appearance on Monday.Cleveland City Council Launches Hearings On Lead Cleanup
Among the challenges cited during Monday's Health and Human Services Committee meeting: there's not enough money to fully fix lead-contaminated homes, some landlords fail to clean up lead contaminated properties, and it's been difficult finding qualified lead inspectors. "I want every child in this city tested.Cleveland and Canton to hear next month if they'll host the NFL draft in 2019 or 2020
The cities of Cleveland and Canton combined are one of five finalists to host the NFL Draft either in 2019 or 2020, and will find out at the NFL Spring League Meeting May 21-23 in Atlanta. The theme for this region's bid is "Bring it Home'' -- to the birthplace of the National Football League, which was founded here in 1920.Cleveland mom, boyfriend charged in opioid overdose death of 2-year-old boy
A mother and her boyfriend are charged in connection with the fatal opioid overdose death of the woman's 2-year-old son. The boy's mother, Tessa Gadd, 24, and her boyfriend, John Hines Jr., 31, and are both charged with involuntary manslaughter.The toddler's mother and her boyfriend face involuntary manslaughter charges.
A mother and her boyfriend are both facing charges after a 2-year-old boy died with lethal doses of Suboxone and Benadryl in his system. According to Cleveland police, 2-year-old Lorenzo Ealom was found not breathing by his mother in her E. 140th Street home March 3. He was pronounced dead at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital.Cleveland's NachoRita Fest takes place at Red Space this weekend
What goes better with a pile of nachos than a cold margarita? Put the two together and you have a perfect pairing at NachoRita Fest , a new event taking place this weekend. Nachorita Fest takes place noon-4 p.m., Sunday, April 29 at downtown's Red Space at 2400 Superior Ave. Tickets are $30 to sample the twelve entries in the nacho competition and $20 to taste test six 4-ounce entries in the margarita competition.Ohio's 513,592 immigrants sustain state's population, economy: CSU report
Several dozen new citizens pose for a group photo after a naturalization ceremony held at The City Club of Cleveland on Sept. 15, 2017.There were 58 lives lost in the Las Vegas massacre last October, but...
There were 58 lives lost in the Las Vegas massacre last October, but their memories live on. A Cleveland-area artist is commemorating those memories with the stroke of a paintbrush.Mom accidentally shoots and kills 2-year-old daughter
A 2-year-old girl is dead after being shot in an apparent tragic accident late Friday at a Cleveland Ohio area hotel. Police in Wickliffe, Ohio, said Saturday that it appears as though the mother of the child was handling the gun when she dropped it and it went off, hitting the girl.Family starts GoFundMe fundraiser for Army vet shot in Cleveland's Midtown district
The family of a man shot Thursday afternoon while walking in Cleveland's Midtown district has started a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for his medical costs. Chris DeMund was shot in a robbery about 2:30 p.m. Thursday near the intersection of Euclid Avenue and East 36th Street, Cleveland police said.Brook Park councilman urges lateral transfer process for hiring police officers
A lateral transfer process already implemented in Middleburg Heights for hiring police officers is now being considered by Brook Park officials. At the April 17 City Council meeting, Councilman Rick Salvatore raised the topic after recently attending a Brook Park Civil Service Commission meeting where rule changes were being discussed.City officials to answer questions on lead poisoning at City Council meeting
City of Cleveland officials Monday for the fourth time since 2015 will update city council members on progress to address the city's ongoing childhood lead poisoning crisis. Health and Human Services Committee Chair Blaine Griffin said while only health department and other officials were invited to speak Monday, he will schedule future hearings where members of the public, including community organizations and experts working on the lead poisoning issue, can be heard.Why Cleveland Hopkins airport has more passengers, lower fares despite fewer destinations
The number of travelers using C leveland Hopkins International Airport was higher in 2017 than it was four years earlier, the last full year of United Airlines' hub - a remarkable recovery from what was once seen as a devastating blow to air travel in Northeast Ohio. But passenger numbers don't tell the whole story of how Hopkins has evolved in the years since United's downsizing.How the Global Center for Health Innovation is stoking Cleveland...
The recent announcement that BioEnterprise and Accenture have formed a Cleveland-based working group, at the Global Center, to fight opioid addiction represents a noteworthy collaborative effort to address a national scourge . The working group was created after the second of the Global Center's Executive Briefing Series, which is attracting thought leaders from across the country eager to take on some of society's greatest health care challenges.'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee' is poignant and F-U-N
But perhaps it's more like a spelling be - a middle school spelling. That's the premise of the delightfully quirky, often poignant "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," on stage at the Cleveland Play House through Sunday, May 6. The Tony Award-wining play with music and lyrics by William Finn and book by Rachel Sheinkin presents one high-pressure spelling bee as a microcosm of life: full of drama, love, loss and dreams.To voters at a Saturday Democratic governor's forum, Dennis...
If Syria is an issue in the Democratic gubernatorial primary, it didn't show Saturday night at a debate in this largely liberal Cleveland suburb. Just days after news broke that former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich took $20,000 from a pro-Syrian government group for a speech in London, Kucinich along with former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, state Sen. Joe Schiavoni and former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill took the stage at the Cleveland Heights Community Center.40th anniversary show at Spaces offers vital self-portrait of an essential arts institution
The new 40th anniversary show at Spaces , the nonprofit West Side gallery originally established in Playhouse Square by artists for artists, is hysterically funny, politically irreverent, aesthetically thrilling at times, and, at times, a muddle that loses its way. In other words, it's a perfect and perfectly honest self-portrait for an institution that has never been afraid to experiment and occasionally fail, but that also has regained vitality and momentum in recent years.
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