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G'Day Mate! Free Agent Matthew Dellavedova Will Return to Cavs on One Year Deal

Aussie Guard Matthew Dellavedova will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers on a one-year, minimum deal, ESPN and others have reported. The 6'3" Delly, a...

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Rob Portman on Carl Bernstein's List of Senators Who Have 'Expressed Their Disdain' for Trump But Won't Speak Out

Journalist Carl Bernstein today tweeted a list of 21 Republican Senators he says have "privately expressed their disdain" for President Trump, or who even...

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Ohio Doctors Deliver Grim Message about Hospital Capacity as State Explodes to 11,885 Daily Covid Cases

The State of Ohio reported a dizzying 11,885 new positive Coronavirus cases Monday, surpassing the previous daily record by 3,000. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine...

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GOJO, Makers of Purell, Will Lease 700,000 Square Feet of IX Center Space

GOJO, the Akron-based manufacturing company which makes the Purell-brand hand sanitizer, announced last week that it would lease 700,000 square feet of space at...

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Groups Applaud "Seismic Shift" in Clean-Energy Landscape in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Cities around Ohio are creating a seismic shift in the state's energy landscape. Voters in Columbus and Grove City this month...

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I-490 Closure Between I-77 and East 55th Extended Six Months to Nov. 2021 Due to Additional Work

Additional work required on the Opportunity Corridor will mean an additional six months that the section of I-490 between I-711 and East 55th St....

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We Are Entering Serious Injury Season at Amazon Warehouses in Northeast Ohio

During November and December, Amazon warehouse workers across the country log more hours than during any other time of the year. Before, during and...

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Looking Ahead: Farmer's Almanac Predictions for Cleveland This Winter

Well, we have some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that global warming is ramping up to a terrifying degree...

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Cleveland Museum of Art, Beachland and Others Announce Temporary Closures Amid 10 p.m. Coronavirus Curfew, Stay-at-Home Advisory

Late November is starting to feel a lot like mid March. Some of Cleveland's notable attractions this week announced temporary closures in the face...

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What Does Ohio’s New COVID Curfew Accomplish? Not Much, Experts Say

As of Nov. 19, Ohioans will be breaking the law if they’re out past 10 p.m. — unless they’re shopping for groceries, going to...

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Grant Me Hope: Videos Help Ohio Foster Kids Find Homes

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Tomorrow is National Adoption Day, which celebrates forever families and highlights those children still waiting to find homes. In Ohio, some...

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Birthing Beautiful Communities Wins A Million Dollars to Open Birth Center in Hough

The George Gund Foundation announced Thursday that it will award $1 million to the nonprofit organization Birthing Beautiful Communities to open a "comprehensive birthing center"...

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Cleveland State University to Go Fully Remote After Thanksgiving

Cleveland State University will transition to fully remote learning after the Thanksgiving holiday, the administration announced in a release this week, citing the growing...

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Airbnb Suspends 25 Listings in Cleveland for Violating Coronavirus Party Policies

Airbnb announced today that it has suspended or completely removed 25 listings in Cleveland for properties that have violated the company's policy prohibiting parties...

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Ohio's Sexual-Assault Response Network Faces Massive Cuts

COLUMBUS, Ohio — In an already challenging year, advocates for sexual-assault survivors in Ohio are grappling with major funding cuts. The state's network of...

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Ohio Department of Health Delays Full Release of Hospital Coronavirus Capacity Records Despite Court Order

This article provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism. Please join our free mailing list as this helps us...

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Some Browns, Some NBA, Some Other Stuff — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

Andre and Zac are back with a discussion on how smart teams thrive, why this is the strangest NBA Draft ever and why it’s...

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"Stay Home": Cuyahoga County Issues Stay-at-Home Advisory Through Middle of December

Sounding fed up like other public officials around the country, Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish today announced a stay-at-home advisory that will last through...

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Cleveland Public Library Buying Stun Guns for Security Guards

The Board of Trustees for the Cleveland Public Library voted Tuesday to purchase enough stun guns to arm the safety and protective services (SPS)...

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America's Grand Jury System Isn't Built for Justice. We Know, We Served On One

The recent release of tape recordings from the Breonna Taylor Grand Jury and public statements by three of the anonymous Grand Jury members have...

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Here's How Cuyahoga County Can Improve the Grand Jury System

Scene readers and community members are invited to endorse this position statement by signing our petition. Because Grand Juries are not usually provided first-hand...

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