Sep 24, 2013
Cleveland and clambakes, a relationship in high season now
When Moses Cleaveland and his band of Connecticut surveyors showed up here in 1796 to pound the first white man's stakes into the Western Reserve, not one of them had a little neck clam in his knapsack.
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Blind curve brings concern at Kirtland Hills intersection: Road Rant
Traffic comes around this Booth Road bend pretty fast in Kirtland Hills, which makes a left turn onto Sperry Road pretty dicey.
ODNR: Mr. Gobbles' Whereabouts Unknown
Ever since Mentor Police joined Ohio wildlife officials in trying to capture the city's feathered fugitive, Mr.
Police Chief: Mr. Gobbles is 'Basically ODNR's Turkey'
The turkey Mentor residents can't stop talking about is still roaming the city, but the police chief says the wild animal is the state's problem.