President Joe Biden to visit Cleveland on Thursday: News links overnight

President Joe Biden to step up economic policies during his visit to Tri-C in Cleveland on Thursday (Read More)

First Ohio Vax-a-Million Winners Announced: $ 1 Million Payout Made to Hamilton County Woman (Read More)

Larry Householder’s fate still pending despite eviction resolutions (Read More)

The Ohio Department of Health on Wednesday reported more than 1.09 million cases of coronavirus since the start of the pandemic.

987 New Coronavirus Cases Reported In Ohio: Wednesday Update (Read More)

Teachers in Northeast Ohio Congratulated for Going Through a School Year Like No Other (Read more)

Is a summer cold likely in your future amid the lifting of coronavirus restrictions? Yes, and here’s why (Read more)

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has been shown to be effective for adolescents; those recovering from mild illness get antibody protection: May 26, 2021 coronavirus update (Read more)

Gary Taylor stands in court between his lawyer Tom Shaughnessy and a Cuyahoga County sheriff's deputy

Gary Taylor, center, was sentenced to life in prison with his first parole attempt after 25 years after a jury found him guilty of aggravated murder and other charges during the stint the beating of his neighbor, Daniel Donlan, aged 70 in January 2018..

Lakewood man convicted of beating neighbor to death with electric saw is sentenced to life in prison (Read More)

14-year-old girl and 15-year-old boy charged with aggravated murder in Maple Heights double homicide (Read more)

Cleveland Police are looking for gunman in deadly Forest Hills shooting (Read More)

Akron Police Arrest Suspect in Deadly Monday Shooting of 28-Year-Old Man (Read More)

Man accused of fatal shooting of runaway teenager in Cleveland Park (Read More)

31 Northeastern Ohio Men Charged With Attempt To Have Sex With Agent Posing As Teens Online In ‘Operation Deja Vu’ (Read More)

Federal Agents Arrest Suspects in Cleveland, Warrensville Heights Murders (Read more)


The Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday announced a $ 35 million grant to the city of Cleveland and the local public housing authority to redevelop a remote and long neglected area of ​​the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood and connect it to d other areas of the city.

HUD awards $ 35 million to demolish and redevelop decades-old social housing complex in Cleveland’s Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood (Read more)

Cleveland City Council Committee Provides $ 2.7 Million to Help Youth Find Jobs, Avoid Problems, and Get Back into Society (Read more)

MetroHealth and University Hospitals Expand Pediatric Partnership to Bring Specialty Care to the West Side of Cleveland (Read more)

Cleveland-area dog trainers and boarders see increase in business after COVID-19 puppy adoption rush (Read More)

Richmond Heights recreation director retires unhappy with mayor’s decision to cut hours (Read more)

Mayors of Bay Village, Rocky River and Westlake vote on end of COVID-19 restrictions (Read more)

The administrators of the canton of Olmsted file a complaint with the Secretary of the Treasury regarding the funding of ARPA (Learn more)

Community mourns the death of Jo Ann Rencz, a longtime Seven Hills resident, recreation center instructor and artist (Read more)

Lakewood opens Lakewood Park and Madison Park pools (Learn more)

Sustainability Concerned Lakewood Seeks Consultant To Develop Climate Action Plan (Read more)

Lakewood High School Dedicates Memorial Garden to 2020 Graduates Killed in Car Crash (Read More)

Parma Heights Considering Nuisance Reduction Order to Combat Repeated Criminal Activity (Read more)

Cuyahoga County Public Library Partners with Tri-C to Provide Students with Easy Access to Materials (Learn More)

Senator Sherrod Brown Tears Bank CEOs In Senate Hearing (Read More)

Ohio House Passes Municipal Tax Withholding Bill That Would Not Stop Workers From Claiming 2021 Refunds (Read More)

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