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Cleveland Has 11th-Highest Levels of Light Pollution in the U.S., According to Study

Could Cleveland’s light pollution be keeping the city's residents up at night? That's what the authors of a new study by Sleep Junkie and...

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Fire Department Rescues Parachutist Who Got Stuck on the Side of The Reserve Square Apartment Building Downtown

In one of the more unusual fire department dispatches in recent memory, crews had to rescue a parachutist Sunday night around 2 a.m. from...

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Dan Gilbert LLC Just Bought Two Mansions in Palm Beach For More than $40 Million

An LLC linked to Cavs owner Dan Gilbert just purchased the 11,000-square-foot Palm Beach mansion featured in the video above for $24.5 million. The...

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Native Americans Demand More Recognition From Universities They Funded Through Land Sales, Sometimes Unwillingly

This story was funded by a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Growing up in Cleveland, Cherokee tribal member Nicole Doran said...

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Nearly 80 Ohio School Districts Use Native American Names and Mascots, 13 Consider Changing

A Columbus Dispatch report published this weekend polled the athletic programs of 79 Ohio school districts that use Native American team names and mascots. Motivated...

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Visible Voice Will Give You Bookstore to Yourself, Pizza and a Bottle of Wine for $50

Visible Voice Books in Tremont will soon offer up its full bookstore to small groups for 90-minute private browsing sessions, complete with pizza and beverages...

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Dan Gilbert's Fortune Explodes to $34 Billion, Impoverished Region Still Paying for Arena Upgrades

Dan Gilbert's personal fortune ballooned to roughly $34 billion Thursday, after his mortgage empire was put on the New York Stock Exchange. Gilbert owns...

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The World's Longest Yard Sale Will Stretch Through Ohio As Planned Despite COVID-19

The World's Longest Yard Sale — or the 127 Yard Sale, whichever you prefer — is going forward as planned this year despite COVID-19....

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Nevada Added to List of Ohio's COVID-19 Travel Advisory States

Each Wednesday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will be updating a travel advisory that asks Ohio residents who have visited any state with a COVID-19...

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Gov. DeWine Tests Negative for COVID After Testing Positive for COVID, Will Test for COVID Again

Gov Mike DeWine tested negative for COVID-19 Thursday evening hours after testing positive for the virus in a different version of a test. The...

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City of Cleveland Report Details 2,837 COVID-19 Non-Compliance Complaints

Since March 20, the city of Cleveland has received 2,837 complaints regarding COVID-19 noncompliance across a broad spectrum of businesses, organizations and private residences....

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Tests Positive for COVID-19

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a release by the state. DeWine was set to welcome the President in...

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Zack Reed at City Club: "We're Not Defunding the Damn Police"

Former Cleveland City Councilman and presumed 2021 mayoral candidate Zack Reed rejected the notion of defunding the police in a virtual forum with the City...

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Nearly Half of Small Businesses Need Additional Help from Feds

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The coronavirus pandemic has placed unprecedented stress on the country's small businesses, and with no end in sight, almost half of...

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Five Big Questions About When and How to Open Schools Amid COVID-19

By Bethany Brookshire, Aimee Cunningham, Erin Garcia de Jesus, Jonathan Lambert and Laura Sanders, Science News It’s back-to-school time in the United States, but...

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Cleveland Restoration Society Seeking Input on Future Civil Rights Trail in Cleveland

The Cleveland Restoration Society last year received a $50,000 grant from the National Park Service to develop a Civil Rights Trail in Cleveland. The...

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Cleveland Rock Gym Has Closed

Cleveland Rock Gym, Northeast Ohio's oldest and most venerated climbing gym, has officially closed its doors. Owner Chris Allen announced this week in a...

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Ohio Bars and Restaurants Sources of More COVID-19 Outbreaks Than Churches, Daycares, According to Ohio Department of Health

After Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine last week asked for and received a mandate for bars and restaurants across the state to institute a 10...

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County to Tap Q Deal Reserves to Reimburse Indians for Club Lounge, Parking Lot, Escalators

Cuyahoga County Council voted Tuesday to reimburse the Cleveland Indians for roughly $3.5 million in repairs and renovations from a pot of money created...

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Savage Love: I’m Freaked Out By My Boyfriend’s Foot Fetish

I'm a gay guy who's involved with a guy I met a few months before COVID-19 took off. He's a great guy, smart, funny,...

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Amy Acton Resigns as DeWine's Health Advisor, Severing Ties with Ohio Coronavirus Response

Dr. Amy Acton, the superhero of Ohio's early coronavirus response, has officially resigned as Gov. Mike DeWine's Chief Health Advisor, DeWine announced Tuesday. Two...

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