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  1. Independence to get new hotel for 2016 Republican National Convention: City Council recapRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Independence City Council unanimously approved rezoning a parking lot to build a new hotel on Rockside Road, which the developers said will be finished for the 2016 Republican National Convention . The $15 million hotel, a 120-room Springhill Suites at the Marriott, will be built on the Holiday Inn parking lot.

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  2. Preschool means schools don't have to spend 13 years catching kids up, Cleveland schools...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Cleveland schools chief Eric Gordon told educators in Washington, D.C., this morning that the entire community's efforts to add more preschool is key to bringing better education to all Cleveland children. Gordon appeared at the first panel this morning at the White House Summit on Early Education , a national event to promote President Obama's push for more preschool nationwide.

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  3. Ohio 40th - again - in national health rankings; entire U.S. doing worse on obesity, physical inactivityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Ohio has the dubious distinction of being the state with the fifth-largest slip in the 25-year history of the America's Health Rankings report. We're in 40th place this year, same as last.

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  4. Edible Cleveland-made treats at holiday festivals this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Brewnuts, the doughnuts made with local beer, will be part of the Cleveland Flea holiday market this weekend. We are not done shopping for local food this holiday.

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  5. Shooting to kill: Why police are trained to fire fatal shotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    After the shooting death of a 12-year-old Cleveland boy at the hands of a police officer came the familiar question: Why did they have to kill him? Why didn't they shoot the gun out of his hand or shoot him in the leg? Police responded with the familiar refrain: We don't shoot to maim. If there is a threat that requires lethal force, we shoot to kill.

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  6. The Cleveland Institute of Art nears completion of its $75 million expansion and renovation at UptownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    The Cleveland Institute of Art's long journey toward unification of its bifurcated campus in University Circle is nearing completion after nearly two decades of dreaming, three college presidents, a couple of recessions and several changes in architects. On Tuesday, President Grafton Nunes conducted a hardhat tour of the art institute's new George Gund Building , a nearly 80,000-square-foot addition to the college's Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts at 11610 Euclid Ave. Construction workers were approaching completion on thousands of square feet of wide-open instructional spaces, plus administrative offices, a three-story atrium, new art galleries and a new auditorium for the Cleveland Cinematheque .

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  7. Was that Jim Tressel's connection to Nebraska? And Cavs want to know about Ohio State QB:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Bo Pelini has been linked to the head coaching vacancy at Youngstown State, his name tossed around in connection with the job at his hometown school, where the connections are many. Tressel, the former Ohio State head coach, is now the president at Youngstown State, while Pelini, a former Ohio State player, would be a huge move for the FCS program.

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  8. Two Cleveland Dads named Dan create DANSOAP, an all-natural, Lake Erie-friendly laundry detergentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Dan Musson and Dan Kubiak turned a lifelong love of creating things into a new business venture called DANSOAP , an all-natural, environmentally friendly laundry detergent that's kinder to Lake Erie than most national brands. "The 'aha' moment was when I realized my laundry detergent drained into the storm sewer rather than the sanitary lines in my house -- the way it was set up in the 1960s," Kubiak said.

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  9. After 10 years and $100 million, Fund for Our Economic Future at a crossroadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    How should Northeast Ohio judge the Fund for Our Economic Future , the unprecedented philanthropy collaborative that turned 10 this year? Amy Liu, who studies the local economy as a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, said one way to assess its value might be to look at changes in public attitude. "Do we feel more optimistic about the future?" she asked a sold out City Club of Cleveland luncheon Tuesday.

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  10. Kip Clarke named new market president of Key's Cleveland market, succeeding Lisa OliverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    Kip Clarke, an 18-year veteran of the bank who knows Cleveland well, hopes to bridge the lines of business to help employees better focus on customers instead of just their own department or one product. "A lot of organizations tend to be very siloed," he said, adding that he wants employees to work on satisfying customer needs, not just offering products or services.

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  11. LeBron James after big shot: 'You know I know timing'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    When the ball found its way into James hands with 48.1 seconds left about 26-feet from the hoop at the top of the key, it was time for the Cavaliers' star to put his signature on the night as perhaps only he can. So James let fly a three-pointer that splashed into the net, giving the Cavaliers a lead over the Toronto Raptors they'd never relinquish.

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  12. Cold and breezy in Cleveland area today; snow showers likelyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Cleveland.com

    The good news for commuters is no accumulation is expected. However, the National Weather Service warns there could be areas of freezing drizzle early this morning.

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  13. State school board votes against requirements for schools to have nurses, librarians and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    School nurses won't be on the short list of required positions in schools - a list of 8 that schools must now hire 5 of - after a rule change was approved by the state school board today. The board can't agree on a list of positions it should require, so it will let districts decide on their own.

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  14. Does Mayor Frank Jackson condone his top aides walking out of City Council in protest?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    The walkout of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's administrators during Monday night's city council meeting was a rare and dramatic act of defiance in a city known for congeniality between its branches of government. Jackson, himself, was not present when his directors and chiefs orchestrated the protest against calls for resignation of Safety Director Michael McGrath, in the aftermath of a U.S. Justice Department report on the use of excessive force by Cleveland police.

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  15. JetBlue flights to Florida on deck if Cleveland-to-Boston route takes offRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    JetBlue's next flight out of Cleveland may be to Florida - if the airline's new nonstop service to Boston succeeds, said Dave Clark, the carrier's vice president of network planning. Clark was in town Tuesday to announce the airline's entry into the Cleveland market, the culmination of a multiyear effort by airport officials to woo the highly-ranked airline to Hopkins.

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  16. Cleveland Public Safety Director Michael McGrath must make way for new leadership: editorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    When members of Mayor Frank Jackson's administration walked out on Monday night's City Council meeting in protest of Councilman Jeff Johnson's call for Public Safety Director Michael McGrath's resignation, they did exactly what Johnson suggested they were doing: Walking out on the city of Cleveland. The display -- which did not include the mayor himself, who was not at the meeting because of a conflict -- was ill-advised, poorly timed and indicative of an administration that is still failing to recognize the need for sweeping reforms within the Cleveland police department.

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  17. Children's Museum of Cleveland gains control of Euclid Avenue mansion after foreclosureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    A quiet real estate deal that closed Tuesday augurs a second chance for a small Cleveland cultural institution and an expansive house on the city's onetime Millionaire's Row. A company tied to the Children's Museum of Cleveland paid $50,000 this week for the empty Stager-Beckwith mansion , which slipped into foreclosure in 2012.

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  18. 9 quarterbacks as 'short' or 'shorter' than Johnny ManzielRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    Northeast Ohio Media Group's Mary Kay Cabot reported when asked by WLW-AM host Lance McAlister about the difference in preparing for Manziel instead of Brian Hoyer, Lewis said, "you'll get a little bit more movement if Manziel's the quarterback, the thing that they did against Buffalo. But other than that, no, it doesn't impact you at all.

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  19. Tamir Rice shooting and Justice Department review begins to erode support for Cleveland...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    Three clergy members questioned Mayor Frank Jackson and Police Chief Calvin Williams on Monday night about the Tamir Rice shooting and the Justice Department report on the city's use of force by police. Rev. R.A. Vernon, pastor of The Word Church in Warrensville Heights, hosted the event, which ended with a prayer on stage.

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  20. Job scams zap victims' bank accounts: Plain DealingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Cleveland.com

    Domonique got her last job through a job-search site, so for her newest job hunt, she posted her resume to as many sites as possible. It wasn't long before Jones got an email telling her she'd been short-listed for a job as a personal assistant.

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