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Founded in 1796, Cleveland became a manufacturing center due to its location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines. Eventually, the city diversified into the service economy. Cleveland's many immigrant groups have long played an important role in defining the regional cuisine, and, in 2007, Cleveland's culinary scene began to receive international attention. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Population: 478403
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL) Cleveland Indians (MLB) Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University

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United Church of Christ takes out full-page advertisement criticizing CSU for response to...

The United Church of Christ expects to sell the Radisson hotel, at 651 Huron Road, that adjoins the church's Prospect Avenue headquarters property. The church built the Radisson in the late 1990s.

Global innovation firm Plug and Play to partner with Cleveland Clinic, JumpStart on health innovation

Cleveland Clinic and JumpStart Inc. will launch their HealthTech Accelerator in the spring with the partnership of Silicon Valley-based Plug and Play. The accelerator, which will help companies with innovative ideas connect to investors and develop their products, will be located at the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland.

In Amazon bid, Cleveland should learn from its past

An Amazon Warning. Amazon's recent announcement for the development of a second corporate headquarters has generated global excitement in economic development circles.

Trumbull County police officer shot, killed while responding to domestic situation

A 31-year-old police officer was shot and killed Saturday night while responding to a domestic situation in Trumbull County. Officer Justin Leo died while in surgery at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital, said James Melfi, the mayor of Girard, according to The Vindicator .

Cleveland mayoral candidates' responses to questions about lead poisoning

With Mayor Frank Jackson running for a fourth term and Councilman Zack Reed challenging him, we decided to ask both mayoral candidates what more they would do to help end the city's legacy of toxic lead poisoning. Because there is law barring certain city workers from participating in political campaigns on city time, we sent our questions to Mayor Frank Jackson's campaign spokesman, Joe Mosbrook.

Is 'equity' in education just about money? Educators debate strategies

Everyone agrees that black students, Hispanic students and poor students deserve good educations, Denver school board member Allegra Haynes told educators from across the country gathered in downtown Cleveland today. But they start backing away when discussions about equity in education involve money or having to change behavior or biases.

Nearly 100 guns swapped for gift cards during Cleveland's annual buyback

The event, held at the 3rd Police District headquarters on Chester Avenue, is put on by police, ArcelorMittal, the city and the Cleveland Police Foundation. Gift cards were from True North-Shell, Dave's Supermarket and Target.

Preview peek: Children's Museum of Cleveland readies for Nov. 6 opening

With its official opening looming on Nov. 6, the Children's Museum of Cleveland held a kind of soft opening Saturday that found some 250 invited guests testing out the goods for a busy two-hour period. Family and friends of museum board and staff, with lots of energetic children, did a final run-through to ensure that all is in working order for the big day.

Cleveland man convicted in fatal drive-by shooting of professor, teen Read Story Associated Press

A jury has convicted an Ohio man in the fatal shootings of a college instructor and a teenage boy earlier this year in Cleveland. Twenty-seven-year-old Charles Walker, of Cleveland, was found guilty Friday of all charges, including multiple counts of aggravated murder He could face life without parole at sentencing next month.

Ashtabula-County 27 mins ago 11:19 a.m.Two vehicle crash leaves Poland man dead Friday afternoon

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a two vehicle crash, resulting in the death of a Poland man Friday afternoon. Ronald A. Russo, 64, succumbed to his injuries at University Hospitals in Cleveland - injuries he sustained after his motorcycle collided with a Dodge Caravan at the intersection of State Route 45 and North Bend Rd. The Caravan was driven by Josephine N. Palmer, 48. Palmer, a Northfield native, was traveling westbound and failed to yield at the intersection's stop sign.

Kevin L. Bishop in Cleveland Ward 2: endorsement editorial

Cordell Stokes, youngest son of the late Cleveland Mayor Carl B. Stokes, and Brett Hammond, grandson to the late U.S. Rep. Louis Stokes, look at the historical marker dedicated to Carl B. Stokes after its 2015 unveiling at the intersection of East 147th Street and Kinsman Road in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Cleveland. In 2017, candidates for Cleveland City Council in Ward 2 want to recapture the neighborhood's glory days while making it safer and easier for seniors to remain in their homes.

Shiela Turner McCall for Cleveland Municipal Court judge: endorsement editorial

Retiring Cleveland Municipal Court Administrative and Presiding Judge Ronald Adrine has championed reforms aimed at making justice in the people's court more attainable for all, including those without means. They include the Arnold Foundation risk-assessment tool aimed at helping judges fairly set bail that's now being rolled out in the court.

Sen. Sherrod Brown stops in Cleveland to encourage drug take back day

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown made a stop in Cleveland Friday afternoon to encourage people to get rid of their prescription pills in an effort to tackle Ohio's opioid epidemic. Brown, who has advocated for additional funding for treatment and addiction prevention, said the pill buyback program is one of the safest and immediate ways to get rid of dangerous prescription pills.

Cleveland 17 mins ago 5:36 p.m.They did it! Supplies at I-X to leave for Puerto Rico

"We knew that God would provide for us. And the moral of the story is that God did provide for us," Maldonado said.

Who got booed worse, LeBron James or Kyrie Irving, in their return to Cleveland?

Kyrie Irving made his debut in Cleveland as a member of the Boston Celtics on Tuesday in the Cavs' home opener. Fans let him hear their disappointment for asking for a trade out of Cleveland.

Cleveland-area rail workers, retirees asked to climb aboard to help with display

The Great Lakes Science Center is looking for current and retired rail workers to come aboard and volunteer to help with 'All Aboard! The Science of Trains,' a railway display exhibit running Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, through Feb. 19, 2018, at the museum, 601 Erieside Ave. in Cleveland. The display features items from the Midwest Railway Preservation Society and is funded in part by donations from both the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen and the International Association of Sheet Metal Air, Rail and Transportation Workers Transportation Division , rail unions headquartered in Northeast Ohio.

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center gets flood of calls as #MeToo goes viral

Susan Berger posted the two-word message on Facebook this week. Berger is now the chief external relations officer for the Positive Education Program, a Cleveland nonprofit that works with area school districts to help them serve their most challenging students.

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