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  1. Average April home-sale prices up 10-plus percent in Cuyahoga, Summit countiesRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | The Plain Dealer

    House prices continue to climb across much of Northeast Ohio, posting an annual growth rate of 8.7 percent in April. The region's average sale price reached $165,691 last month, based on a monthly listing-service report that spans 18 counties.

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  2. Bellefaire boy, 14, arrested for choking girl, 17: University Heights police blotterRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Felonious assault, Fairmount Boulevard: At 4:55 p.m. May 13, a Bellefaire JCB staff member called police to report a disturbance and that a 17-year-old female client had been choked by a 14-year-old male client. Personal welfare, Silsby Road: At 2 a.m. May 7, police were dispatched to Silsby Road where a girl, 17, was attempting to flag down passing cars.

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  3. CVS thief wanted on three warrants: Lyndhurst police blotterRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Theft, Richmond Road: At 1:05 a.m. May 9, the manager of CVS/Pharmacy, 1443 Richmond Road, notified police that a man was seen stuffing merchandise into his backpack before leaving the store without paying for the goods. The suspect was last seen walking west on Mayfield Road.

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  4. Mother with lupus motivates local runner: Cleveland Marathon 2018Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    It was simply something to do for the former college softball player, now 31, who needed to scratch her competitive inch. The running on the pavement with thousands of other runners helped quench her thirst.

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  5. Cleveland water system trails the Midwest in J.D. Power customer satisfaction studyRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | The Plain Dealer

    In a customer satisfaction survey among residential water customers across the country, Cleveland's water department finished 17th among 17 large water systems in the Midwest. The survey, conducted by J.D. Power, surveyed people served by water systems with at least 400,000 residential customers.

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  6. Sneak peek: Fast-casual Hello Bistro opens first Ohio location in BeachwoodRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    You like burgers and sandwiches. Your friend likes salads. In the world of fast-casual where niche concepts and novelty are king, Hello Bistro is keeping it simple with a marriage of the two favorites.

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  7. Ex-councilman Joe Cimperman on his corruption sentence: 'This isn't who I wanted to be'Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Former downtown councilman Joe Cimperman, once considered a contender for mayor if he ever chose to run, told a judge Tuesday that he was ashamed and embarrassed as he admitted in court that he broke the law 26 times while serving the city. The usually boisterous and confident 47-year-old struck a contrite tone and his voice shook slightly as he apologized for voting on contracts to award city money to the design firm that employed his wife and that he once served as a trustee.

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  8. Cuyahoga County makes changes to Children and Family Services after Aniya Day-Garrett's deathRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Cuyahoga County officials on Tuesday announced changes to the Department of Children and Family Services to address safety concerns stemming from a 4-year-old girl's death. The five-pronged plan is intended to address concerns raised after Aniya Day-Garrett died March 11 in Euclid.

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  9. Trio pistol-whipped, tied up Cleveland teenRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    A 13-year-old boy was pistol-whipped and tied up with an extension cord by a group of men trying to rob and kidnap him, according to police. The boy broke free from the group and ran to a gas station for help.

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  10. Hiram College would cut 6 faculty positions, eliminate majors, under recommendationsRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Hiram College could eliminate majors in Spanish, French, economics, studio art and dance as part of a plan to balance the school's budget and change how it approaches liberal arts education. Recommendations include eliminating six faculty positions.

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  11. University of Akron's College of Business Administration expansion boosts academic...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Expansion of the University of Akron College of Business Administration is underway, boosting academic offerings for students while strengthening the school's connection to downtown Akron. Plans for the 15,000 square-foot, $5.2 million Professional Development Center were unveiled to educators, students, donors and community leaders at a groundbreaking on Tuesday.

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  12. Introducing the Music Box Supper Club bridge cam, a live stream of the Cuyahoga River from...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    If you're a boater in Cleveland, you probably hate the Norfolk Southern railroad bridge because it blocks Lake Erie from the Cuyahoga River. That means boats have to wait, sometimes for an hour, for trains to clear and the bridge to lift, so they can cruise through.

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  13. Malnourished elderly Cleveland couple hospitalized after they were...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    A 77-year-old woman and 76-year-old man were hospitalized after police found them malnourished, covered in sores and locked inside their bedrooms at their grandson's home, according to police reports. The couple both suffered from several illnesses and were not getting proper medical care, according to police reports.

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  14. Some promised new schools could be axed as Cleveland district, state fight over moneyRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    A dispute between the Cleveland school district and the state over how much the state will pay for school construction has put part of the district's $200 million building plan on hold and threatens to slice some promised schools out of the project. Schools that are already under construction or about to start work, like the new John F. Kennedy High School and new West Side high school near Ohio City, will still go ahead as planned.

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  15. Mayor Frank Jackson appoints Tracy Martin-Thompson as point person for addressing youth...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Mayor Frank Jackson named Tracy Martin-Thompson to Duane Deskins as chief of Cleveland's Office of Prevention, Intervention and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults. She will be responsible for implementing a plan Deskins designed to address poverty, crime and a sense of helplessness - sources of stress that can lead to youth violence.

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  16. John Oates, pal Daryl Hall, join Train for a night of power pop at The QRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    John Oates knows where the pay window is, but bucks are not the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer's end-all, be-all at this stage of his career. Oh, Daryl Hall 's partner in the longtime duo isn't against making a living, but he's at that point where he is making music he wants to make aimed at the person he wants to make it for: himself.

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  17. Cleveland police searching for missing teenage boyRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    Dakota McIlvanie, 15, was last seen Friday morning and later spoke with his grandfather, Timothy Perry, over the phone, according to a Cleveland police missing person report. Dakota asked Perry if he could stay after school for a program.

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  18. Vintage restored B-29 bomber visits Burke Lakefront Airport May 31Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Cleveland.com

    A 30-year effort to get a survivor of World War II history into the air will be showcased on May 31 when the restored B-29 bomber "Doc" visits Burke Lakefront Airport . "Doc" was one of 2,700 Superfortresses built by Boeing during the war, and got its name as one of nine B-29s in a group known as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" .

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  19. Surburban Symphony, Choral Arts Cleveland bidding adieu to longtime...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | The Plain Dealer

    For Emperor Joseph II in Mozart's day, the problem was too many notes. For conductor Martin Kessler in ours, the problem is too many urgent e-mails.

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  20. Lake House restaurant in Lakewood offers family meals with view of Lake ErieRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | The Plain Dealer

    Lake House is one of only a few Greater Cleveland restaurants with a view of Lake Erie. But I had never heard of it until a Google search for waterfront restaurants.

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