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40 min ago | Cleveland.com
Members of the Irish-American punk rock band Craic tuned their instruments and played a few chords while sitting atop a flatbed truck near East 19th Street and Superior Avenue this afternoon.
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1 hr ago | WKYC-TV Cleveland
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Clarence Moore.
3 hrs ago | Crain's Cleveland Business
The Cleveland Play House's 99th season, the first scheduled by artistic director Laura Kepley, will feature a classic Lillian Hellman drama, an award-winning musical and the world premiere of a comedy from Cleveland playwright Eric Coble.
8 hrs ago | Daily-Jeff.com
A 15-year-old northeast Ohio boy has died after being shot in the head outside a teen party at a church.
Mark you calendars for Friday, August 29 and Saturday, August 31 for a unique dance workshop with rising international Tribal Fusion star Violet Scrap.
In a set of unassuming buildings on Carnegie Avenue near downtown Cleveland, and in a business dominated by foreign competition, one local company churns out more than 10,000 custom-made baseball caps a week.
Officers were dispatched to South Pointe Hospital Friday evening to interview a man who said he had been shot in the leg, according to a police report.
Two people were found with gunshots wounds to the head in an East Side home Saturday evening in what is initially believed to be a felonious assault and suicide, police said.
Come to the Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio on Saturday, March 22 or Sunday, March 23 and enjoy a tasty pancake breakfast with all the trimmings and then walk off all those calories when you participate in a guided Spring hike around the Arboretum grounds.
Marge Little, left, and Avis Pulley volunteer to mend clothes for the residents at Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry 2100 Lakeside Men's Shelter.
When Det. Anthony Small retired last month after 36 years with the Cleveland Police Department, he moved full-time into what might be called the family business.
A new report outlines proposals for either upgrading or replacing major portions of Cuyahoga County's aging Justice Center at a cost to taxpayers ranging from $295 million to as much as $429 million.
Tom Lix is not a native Clevelander. He hails from Boston. But he likes his new hometown and plans to keep Cleveland Whiskey in Cleveland.