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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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Cleveland News
Bon Jovi, The Moody Blues, Nina Simone tapped for 2018 Rock Hall of Fame

Nearly two decades after they first became eligible for induction in 1989, the English progressive-rock band is joining the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They'll be inducted with a 2018 class that includes stadium rockers Bon Jovi, late jazz icon Nina Simone, rock 'n' roll godmother Sister Rosetta Tharpe, new-wave group The Cars, and '80s hit-makers Dire Straits.

Injury report for Browns vs. Ravens: Cleveland will get Peppers back, but cornerback is hurting

The Browns are hurting most at the cornerback position, where it looks like nickelback Briean Boddy-Calhoun will miss his second straight game. He did not practice all week and is listed as doubtful.

Want to run a restaurant? Cleveland chefs sought for new Ohio City food hall

Calling all Cleveland chefs: Have you always wanted to own your own restaurant, but didn't have the capital? Here's a chance to run your own kitchen, relatively risk-free. The Galley Group , founded in Pittsburgh two years ago, is bringing its restaurant-incubator concept to Cleveland next year, with space for four aspiring chef-owners.

Cleveland police searching for missing 2-year-old boy

Issac E. Richardson, 2, was last seen with his mother Friday, Alicia Zion, Cleveland police said in a news release. Issac was wearing a grey jacket, grey jogging pants and grey Jordan's when he went missing.

Notas de Cleveland Metro

Puerto Rico was ravaged by Hurricane Maria on Sept. 20th , leaving millions in need of shelter, water, food, and other survival items.

Cleveland State University receives $1 million gift for entrepreneurship lab

Cleveland State University has received a $1 million gift from Weston Inc. to create the Weston Ideation Lab, an interdisciplinary laboratory designed to encourage creative thinking, innovation and entrepreneurship. Located within the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Monte Ahuja College of Business, the lab will help students explore entrepreneurship through coursework, workshops, a speaker series and additional learning opportunities, the university said in a news release.

Surveillance photos show man sought in Cleveland bank robbery

Images pulled from surveillance cameras show a man who is sought in connection with a Friday bank robbery in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, authorities said. The robbery happened just before 2:15 p.m. at a Key Bank on West 25th Street near Lorain Avenue, a Cleveland Division of the FBI spokeswoman said in a news release.

City of Cleveland pays $375K to settle lawsuit filed by man shot by police officer in 2014...

The city of Cleveland agreed to pay $375,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a man who said a police sergeant unjustly shot him during a 2014 arrest. Cleveland Sgt.

Cleveland Wants Outside Firm To Investigate Backlog Of Citizen Complaints About Police

The city outlined its plan in a filing in federal court Friday as part of its reform agreement with the Justice Department. Last month, a federal judge told the city to come up with this new plan, after the monitor overseeing the consent decree said Cleveland wasn't on the right track.

Cleveland man charged in shooting that wounded teen, police say

A Cleveland man is accused of shooting a 16-year-old boy during a Wednesday incident that investigators described as a gang dispute, a police report said. Michael Boggs, 18, is charged with felonious assault in the Wednesday shooting in the city's Brooklyn Centre neighborhood, according to a police report and court records.

Man, four cats killed in Cleveland house fire

The 52-year-old man was found in the basement of his two-story, wood-frame home just after 2 p.m. on Southfield Avenue in the city's Old Brooklyn neighborhood, Cleveland Fire Department spokesman Mike Norman said.

Cleveland man who evaded arrest for three months indicted in Brook Park attempted murder

A Cuyahoga County grand jury on Tuesday indicted a Cleveland man who is accused of shooting at his girlfriend's car in Brook Park. Steven Riddle, 26, is charged with attempted murder, attempted aggravated burglary, felonious assault and three lesser offenses in the Sept.

The Cars' Ric Ocasek on the Hall of Fame: 'It's a Good Cap to the Bottle'

The frontman shares memories of his late friend and bandmate Benjamin Orr, and reveals he's got songs for a possible new Cars album Cleveland, Ohio, holds a special place in the heart of Cars frontman Ric Ocasek. It's the town where he learned to love music and first met his future Cars bandmate Benjamin Orr.

Officers nearly struck while conducting traffic: Richmond Heights Police Blotter

A man's truck almost struck an officer that was conducting traffic at the intersection of Richmond Road and Hilary Lane around 9:45 p.m. Dec. 9. The officer said the truck missed him by inches and he pounded on its windows as it passed. The truck was registered to a resident and officers responded to the home and spoke to the 58-year-old man.

Two bodies found dead at homeless camp in downtown Cleveland, police say

Officers were flagged down by a motorist at 5:30 p.m. on East 26th Street and Superior Avenue after the body of man was found, Cleveland police said.

City still tight lipped about raid at Cleveland City Hall or any action involving employee...

The city of Cleveland declined Wednesday to discuss what action, if any, it has taken to address a criminal investigation that involved a raid by federal agents at Cleveland City Hall. Agents from the FBI, IRS and the Department of Housing and Urban Development searched the city's Engineering and Construction office in Cleveland City Hall on Dec. 6. They seized documents related to Pioneer Engineering, a company owned by Khalil Ewais , who is an engineer for the city and section chief for construction inspection.

Walmart employee says she committed theft to help people: Mayfield Heights Police Blotter

A Walmart employee was charged with the suspected theft of a confirmed $836 worth of merchandise Dec. 2. The Cleveland woman, 22, was found to have scanned lip balm in place of clothing for her and several customers when working a register. She claimed to not know the customers and said she did it because she wanted to help people.

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