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The show's traveling "clues crew" will be filming clues about submarine history and technology on the USS COD Submarine Memorial, which is docked on the city's North Coast Harbor.
Sentry Protection Products, a Lakewood company that makes and sells column protection products for use in factories and warehouses, is shipping a container of its bright yellow, impact-resistant bumpers to Europe on the first return trip of the Fortunagracht, the first regularly scheduled cargo service between the Great Lakes and Europe.
With the growing season heating up, so do the events around local food. Fences are swinging open for farm visits.
Northeast Ohio's dynamic dining scene continues to unfold as one of America's best.
According to Tuesday's publication of the Newark Advocate , two brothers in Cleveland, Ohio, have been arrested for allegedly dragging a dog behind a truck.
Two brothers are in custody, accused of dragging a dog behind a pickup truck. Cleveland police say they found the truck -- but not the dog -- near East 134th Street and Blenheim Road.
Tuna, the Chiweenie dog who has become an Internet sensation, melted hearts in Cleveland despite his signature overbite.
In today's job market, applicants need to be higher skilled and better educated in order compete for secure jobs at decent pay.
Last month we reported on this idea of retooling vacant land to better absorb stormwater, and help prevent overloads to the sewage system.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Paul Cline.
COLUMBUS: A prosecutor planned to file paperwork Monday outlining his position on whether a condemned killer facing execution next month for a Cleveland produce vendor's 1983 slaying should receive mercy.
Shamanique Bryant, 28, pleaded guilty to charges of aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault, drunken driving and failure to stop for an accident before Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Brian Corrigan.
Today marks the 4th year that Dyngus Day will be celebrated in Cleveland. The historically polish tradition celebrates the end of the Dyngus Day began in Europe, where boys would wake girls they liked by pouring buckets of water on their head and striking their legs with twigs.