Local news for Cleveland, OH continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
"It's a great way to highlight local artists," said Terri Jones, speaking of the Rocky River Fall Arts Festival. Jones, a Rocky River Parks and Recreation Foundation Board Trustee, is in charge of coordinating the event, now in its sixth year.
5 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
The actor: Kyle Carthens. He's smooth as jazz and has a smile so bright, it could light The Great White Way.
9 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
There's nothing quite like Cleveland the day of the Browns' home opener. Check out a time-lapse video of FirstEnergy Stadium filling up and the Browns' pregame activities prior to their game against the New Orleans Saints.
13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
With Cleveland being located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Clevelanders have easy access to fish like walleye and perch for fishing and for eating. What Cleveland does not have is easy access to freshwater shrimp.
17 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
When the Polish freighter Mamry steamed in to Cleveland Harbor early Wednesday, its captain and crew had been on the water 11 straight days. They left high seas in the North Atlantic for a 26-hour shift through the locks of the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
As the self-proclaimed world's biggest Rush fan I'm constantly asked by people, "Luis, how do I get into Rush?" With a career spanning forty years, I don't blame them for asking me this question as anyone would be daunted with trying to get into a band where you have music ranging from hard rock, to prog-rock, to prog-metal. Rush is a band whose music is all their own, mixing a blend of intelligent lyrics with virtuoso instrument playing.
The people at the One World Festival spoke many languages today, yet managed to speak with one voice as they celebrated the rich cultural diversity of the region. Laurine Owens of Cleveland came merely to entertain her young niece and nephews and ended up appreciating the gardens as they were meant to be appreciated.
For the 21st year, the Komen Race for the Cure brings runners and walkers to downtown Cleveland to raise money for breast cancer research, to celebrate cancer survivors and to honor those who have lost their lives to the disease. More than 5,000 come out to "Race for the Cure" For the 21st year, the Komen Race for the Cure brings runners and walkers to downtown Cleveland to raise money for breast cancer research, to celebrate cancer survivors and to honor those who have lost their lives to the disease.
Cleveland - On September 15, 1964 the British invaded Northeast Ohio. The Beatles were winding down their first major U.S. tour and arrived in Remembering Cleveland's British invasion 50 years later Cleveland - On September 15, 1964 the British invaded Northeast Ohio.
MOCA Cleveland's new building opened in October 2012. A $2 million gift from trustee Scott Mueller has brought MOCA within $2 million of completing a $35 million capital campaign.
Marilyn Sadler is a popular, award-winning writer of children's books and TV spinoffs for top outlets like Random House, The Disney Channel and ABC. Why'd you call your latest book Alice from Dallas? Couldn't you find a name that rhymes with Cleveland? Often I set books or television properties in the Midwest, but I don't specify Cleveland.
No matter how much building you see going on in Cleveland or Akron, it pales with what is happening underground. Akron has already spent $300 million to eliminate sewer overflows that end up in the Cuyahoga.
A 24-year-old woman who is nine months pregnant was shot in the face while shopping at a Cleveland convenience store. A second woman, 28, was struck in the arm when gunfire erupted about 9 p.m. Thursday at Garden Valley on the 3100 block of East 79th Street.
The Cleveland Orchestra will be auditioning young dancers for a variety of roles in the Joffrey Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker" with the Cleveland Orchestra. The Cleveland Orchestra will be auditioning young dancers for a variety of roles in the Joffrey Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker" with the Cleveland Orchestra.
The shooting happened about 8:15 p.m. Thursday at a home on the 12300 block of McGowan Avenue on the city's West Side. Officers called to the scene for a "large disturbance" arrived after someone drove the victim, a 22-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his shoulder, to MetroHealth Medical Center in a private vehicle.
Police called to the scene arrived as emergency medical technicians treated the man. Officers questioned the victim at the scene, but he was tight-lipped, saying only that he was robbed.
Cleveland lost one of her most committed, persevering, imaginative and hard-working champions recently. Oh - and joyful.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 08:39 pm
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC