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If you got rid of Evelyn Burnett and Mordecai Cargill, the first floor of the Medical Associates Building on East 105th Street would be virtually empty.

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Ohio Lawmakers Are Still Trying to Limit Use of Traffic Cameras

Representative Tom Patton, a Republican from Strongsville, recently introduced four bills (HB 139-142) to the Ohio Legislature to minimize traffic cameras in small communities. The first...

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Bernie Moreno Launches CHAMPtitle in Bid to Disrupt Auto Titling

Auto dealer-turned-tech entrepreneur Bernie Moreno and business partner Shane Bigelow announced Friday morning that the technology undergirding their new digital auto titling company, CHAMPtitle,...

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College Credit Plus: Giving Ohio Kids a Leg Up

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A program that helps Ohio middle-school and high-school students get a jump start on their college degree soon will be entering...

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Ohio Senate Passes Six-Cent Gas Tax Hike, One-Third of What DeWine Says State Needs

You can't always get what you want. But if you try sometimes and you're Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, you might get about a third...

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Cleveland Heights Announces New, Dumb City Branding Slogan That Everyone Hates

Cleveland Heights this week unveiled a new slogan crafted for the city by Align2Market, one of the many companies that now help cities create rebranding...

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Cleveland.com Unveils 'Project Text,' Another Bad Idea

Stating the obvious, "Project Text," the new cleveland.com initiative whereby dedicated local sports fans can receive breaking news alerts, insight and analysis from cleveland.com...

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New Report Shows Great Lakes Area Warming Faster Than Rest of the Country, Bad Things Happening

And that's just part of the good news! The report, An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes, was conducted...

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Cleveland Unveils Pitch for 'Opportunity Zone' Projects

If you, like almost all of us, have unrealized capital gains sitting around, boy howdy does Cleveland want you to do business in one...

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'Lights Out Cleveland' Wants City to Shut Off Lights to Help Save Migrating Birds

Ohio Lights Out is aiming to persuade big building owners throughout the state to turn off unnecessary lights at night. Not just to save energy...

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Islamic Center of Cleveland Opens New Free Health Clinic to Help Serve Uninsured

What was once a storage facility on the Islamic Center of Cleveland campus in Parma has been transformed into a new free health clinic for...

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The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Just Welcomed Its First Sloth Bear Cub in 30 Years

The first sloth bear cub born at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in 30 years arrived January 14, officials announced today. The furry newborn is...

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Stomp, Spikey, Tank, Tricky or Trike? Help Tri-C Select the Name of its Triceratops Mascot

Word from the communications desk at Tri-C is that the college is actively designing a costumed mascot to "tromp around at campus and community events."...

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Details of the 2018 J.R. Smith Soup-Throwing Incident Revealed

ESPN's David Jacoby, in an interview with former Cavalier shooting coach Damon Jones, learned additional details of the infamous soup-throwing incident involving J.R. Smith...

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EPA Declares It's Safe to Eat Fish Caught Out of Cuyahoga River, If It's Once a Month

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has proclaimed that fish caught in the Cuyahoga River are now safe to eat. The announcement is a year or...

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Beto O'Rourke Does NOT Want to Take Away Your AR-15!

The joke at Gino's Cento Anno, a blue-collar dive on the south and windward side of Cleveland's industrial valley where Democratic presidential candidate Beto...

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Report: Many Poor Ohioans Lack Safe, Affordable Place to Call Home

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Housing is a foundation for living, and a new report suggests it's an unstable foundation for hundreds of thousands of Ohioans. "The...

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Browns Hype, Headaches, and Spring Training — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

Andre and Zac are back for a discussion about the Browns' national profile, Duke Johnson's future, what happens at the end of spring training...

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Cleveland Scene is Looking for Summer Editorial Interns

Scene is looking for several passionate interns to join our online editorial team this summer. We're interested in candidates brimming with ideas, who want...

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Beto O'Rourke to Host Cleveland Meet and Greet Today

Beto O'Rourke, Texas Democrat and 2020 presidential-hopeful, is coming to Cleveland today. The public meet and greet takes place at Gino’s Cento Anno at...

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Everything We Saw at the 2019 Cleveland St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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Plain Dealer Editor Announces 12 Reporters and Editors Will Lose Jobs, Decimating Print Newsroom

In a late Friday email news dump, Plain Dealer editor George Rodrigue announced a "painful adjustment": The paper would be reducing its newsroom staff...

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