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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.
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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.
Cleveland Firefighters Union President Frank Szabo fought back Friday against city officials' suggestion that the union has compromised the quality of fire and emergency medical services by rejecting the city's terms for integrating the two divisions.
"Limbs are torn off, tongues are cut outa and everybody sings" states the press release for " Titus: A Grand and Gory Rock Musical ", playing now through Saturday, March 22, 7:30pm in Cleveland Public Theatre 's Gordon Square Theatre.
A recent Rolling Stone magazine article asked if Arcade Fire could be the biggest band in the world.
Felonious Assault, Long Ridge Road: A Cleveland woman, 43, was arrested for felonious assault March 11 after she struck a Seven Hills woman, 58, was the butt of a firearm during an argument in the older woman's home.
Brunswick High School senior Jesse Marianut and his classmate Kevin Stankiewicz were as tired of hearing "Cleveland sucks" as they were with Northeast Ohio's long polar winter.
Women of many ages from all over the land have marveled at their abs and biceps, their posteriors, the strength of their necks.
Police have developed possible leads after a 26-year-old man was shot in the back just off Cuyahoga Community College's Metro Campus Friday morning.
Car accidents have been an all too common sight on roadways across Northeast Ohio this winter, making this an especially busy one for collision repair shops.
Police arrested 26-year-old Storm D. Blunt at the Fairbridge Hotel on Ridgehills Drive, and charged him with felony heroin possession, according to a Thursday night release.
A woman was wounded in the leg Thursday night in a drive-by shooting on the city's East Side, police said.
It's been about three years since Mayor Frank Jackson launched a push to combine the city's Fire Department and EMS.
The developers envision more than 1,500 apartments on the lakefront, restaurants and shops ringing the harbor and a school linked to the Great Lakes Science Center.
Grant Cleveland is a man with a deep-seated love of plants. He founded a company, DuneCraft, Inc., to foster the love of growing things among kids.
A Parma woman was among the three fatalities reported Wednesday afternoon after a huge pileup on the Ohio Turnpike northeast of Clyde.