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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.

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East Cleveland Wendy's employee throws food, temper tantrum, after being suspended

A Wendy's employee in East Cleveland didn't take lightly to being suspended on the job earlier this week. On Tuesday, police say she began throwing dipping sauces, food wrappers, salt, and sugar around the restaurant when she was told to go home.

Two women accused of assaulting Cleveland mother during argument over bullied child

Patrice S. Mangham, 39, of Cleveland, and Aqueelah M. Goins, 28, of Bedford, are charged with felonious assault in the Tuesday incident outside a home on Gertrude Avenue near East 65th Street, according to court records. The assault happened just after 3 p.m. Tuesday when a 33-year-old mother confronted Mangham about the mother's 14-year-old daughter being bullied.

Ohio unemployment rate 4.6 % in July; 7,600 jobs gained

Ohio's unemployment rate was 4.6 percent in July, with the state gaining 7,600 jobs, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported Friday. "So far this year we have 81,800 jobs gained in Ohio," said George Zeller of Cleveland, an economic research analyst.

Building Blockland: Cleveland first city to partner with Blockchain Research Institute

Cleveland is the first city where small businesses and nonprofits will have free access to data and research from the Blockchain Research Institute . The institute, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, announced the partnership with the region at a Greater Cleveland Partnership meeting Thursday morning.

Couple charged after baby left in hot car; Ashtabula County boy's death ruled homicide:...

Canton police say a baby had to be rescued from a hot car after a couple passed out from an apparent overdose.

Cleveland offers to play peacemaker and pay controversial jail fees...

The city of Cleveland has confirmed that it is offering to pay controversial new jail fees imposed by Cuyahoga County for suspects brought in by 10 police agencies operating inside the city. The offers are good through Dec. 1 and can be extended, but are contingent on the agencies agreeing to adhere to the city's guidelines about policing and restrictions on who is jailed, according to documents provided to cleveland.com.

U.S. Marshals arrest Cleveland fugitive charged in boyfriend's killing

A U.S. Marshals task force arrested a Cleveland fugitive wanted in connection with the beating death of his boyfriend. The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Levi King on Thursday afternoon on Stock Avenue near West 65th Street in Cleveland, the U.S. Marshals said in a news release.

Cleveland robber who posed with cash and gun on Facebook sentenced to 32 years

A Cleveland man who robbed Dollar Tree stores and posed with a gun and a stack of money in a picture posted on Facebook the day after one stickup was sentenced Wednesday to more than 32 years in federal prison. A jury found William Holmes, 22, guilty in May of three counts of Hobbs act robbery, as well as two counts of brandishing a firearm in a crime of violence.

The 5 best bike rental options in Cleveland

There is a growing bicycle culture in Northeast Ohio, and you don't have to actually own a bike to be a part of it. I went in search of the best bike rental options and came back with more than enough information to get you going.

Push continues for more charges in Pennsylvania priest scandal

The fallout from Wednesday's historic investigation into abuse by Pennsylvania priests in the Catholic Church has shifted to what punishment fits these decades-old crimes. "Victims should have any amount of time that come forward when they're ready," says Pennsylvania State Representative Mark Rozzi.

Cleveland crime, police use of force dropped in first five months of 2018, monitor says

Cleveland police officers used less force in the first five months of 2018 than during the same time period last year, following training on new policies required by its court-enforced reform efforts. Officers reported 103 incidents where officers used force between January and May 2017, according to data the city provided to the consent decree monitor and included in a report released Wednesday.

Cleveland City Council OKs incentives to help overhaul of downtown eyesore

City Council on Wednesday approved a tax incentive program to help clear the way for redevelopment of a downtown Cleveland eyesore. Council, at the request of Mayor Frank Jackson's administration, approved a tax increment financing package that will support a $78-million makeover for the long-empty John Hartness Brown complex on Euclid Avenue.

Cleveland man accused of stabbing man at ex-girlfriend's home

A Cleveland man is accused of stabbing a man in the back after discovered him in his ex-girlfriend's home in the city's Stockyards neighborhood. Benjamin L. Grice, 24, is charged with aggravated burglary in the Saturday incident at a home on West 47th Street near Denison Avenue, according to court records.

Cleveland police recruits accused of cheating lose argument, won't be allowed to take...

The nine Cleveland police recruits who sued the city lost their argument that a federal judge should allow them to take the state police certification test while they are under investigation for cheating during the police academy. U.S. District Judge James Gwin on Wednesday denied the recruits' request for a temporary restraining order that sought to allow the nine to take the state test Thursday in Richfield.

Jewish Federation of Cleveland elects fifth president in 115-year history

Erika Rudin-Luria, formerly the federation's Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, will succeed former president Stephen H. Hoffman effective January 1, 2019. Erika Rudin-Luria will become the fifth president in the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's 115-year history, effective 2019.

Cleveland man with expired plates arrested with marijuana: Brooklyn Police Blotter

While talking to the Cleveland man, the officer smelled marijuana. During a search of the Hyundai, police discovered marijuana in a mason jar, a digital scale and a grinder.

Buckled tree downs lines in Cleveland, and raises concern among residents

Tammy the cat can't get home on her porch and get her food. Tammy has been wandering around this neighborhood on Amos Avenue since last Saturday.

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