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At a half-dozen barbershops in Northeast Ohio, when hair goes off the head, words go in.
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Other communities have annual festivals, usually ranging from one to three days, that center on carnival foods and rides, with a few rock bands thrown in for good measure.
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Face painting was one of several activities at this year's Potter Village Block Party in Cleveland Heights.
Lauren Colley mixed drinks next to tangle of balloons on her 27th birthday last week.
Safety was very much on the minds of those who attended Wednesday the second public meeting held to discuss the planned Lake-To-Lakes Trail , a multi-purpose path that will eventually wind from the Shaker Lakes to Lake Erie.
A northeast Ohio man who pleaded guilty to raping seven women between 1993 and 2002 has been sentenced to up to 135 years in prison.
An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door Cleveland Heights employee fires gun at thief's car An employee at the Cedar Hill Sunoco was mad enough that the station was robbed that he followed the suspect out the door Check out this story on WKYC.com: ... (more)
There's not a lot of good news with the city's hemorrhaging water department, other than some newfound hope.
The design for next year's overhaul of Heights High remains a "work in progress," as school district officials refine plans for the original auditorium and new art studios.
The 2014-15 Music Study Groups will begin on September 30, October 1, and 2 at convenient community locations throughout the Greater Cleveland area.
Headen had five days to resign after residents presented her with a recall petition Tuesday, but she refused.
ANIMAL BITE, DELAWARE ROAD: At 6:14 p.m. on Aug. 20, a man reported that a dog attacked him.
School officials touted a refurbished clock tower and demolished old science wing in a $134.8 million bond issue to renovate the Cleveland Heights-University Heights high and middle schools.
The versatile Sam Bell studied physics, earned a law degree, and bikes to his business - an auto repair shop, the Lusty Wrench in Cleveland Heights.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 05:06 pm
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