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Adam Hollingsworth joins Jones Day's investigations and white collar defense team in Cleveland

Adam Hollingsworth , a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, has joined the Cleveland office of Jones Day as Of Counsel in the global law firm's Investigations & White Collar Defense Practice. Hollingsworth spent seven years at the U.S. Attorney's Office, where he investigated and prosecuted civil and criminal cases including fraud, corruption and False Claims Act, and was the lead attorney in numerous jury trials and appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Cleveland doctors keep an eye out for eclipse patients

Doctors across Northeast Ohio are keeping an eye out for patients experiencing symptoms of vision damage after watching Monday's solar eclipse without the proper eye protection. Across the country, Americans headed outdoors on Aug. 21 to watch The Great American Eclipse , a rare celestial show in which the moon appeared to slide across the face of the sun.

Cleveland school board delays vote on nuCLEus project tax deal, originally set for tonight

The Cleveland Board of Education is pushing off a vote on a proposed tax deal to support construction of nuCLEus , an ambitious downtown development that has been slow to get off the ground. Six hours before the board's Tuesday night meeting, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District announced that nuCLEus would no longer be on the agenda.

Robber who hid in Cleveland store overnight linked to two other incidents, FBI says

The FBI believes that an armed robber who hid overnight inside a store and robbed an employee the next morning did so on at least one other occasion. Cleveland police and federal agents are still trying to identify the robber nearly two weeks after the Aug. 10 incident at the Family Dollar on St. Clair Avenue and East 121st Street in the city's Glenville neighborhood.

Icelandair will start flying from Cleveland Hopkins to Reykjavik in May

Icelandair , the rapidly growing airline based in Reykjavik, will start service between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Iceland, starting in May. The airline will fly between Hopkins and Keflavik International Airport four times a week, connecting Cleveland travelers to cities in more than two dozen European destinations, including London, Paris, Frankfurt and many others. It is the first trans-Atlantic flight from Cleveland since 2009, when United Airlines canceled a nonstop flight between Hopkins and London's Heathrow Airport.

GPS lets parents track school buses online in Cleveland, Hudson and other districts

The Cleveland schools are the latest district to offer parents a "Bus Tracker," a website that lets parents log in to see where their child's bus is at any moment in time. Don't want to send your child outside in the rain to wait for a late bus? Check the movement of the bus on a map on the web wait until it is close.

Taking in orphaned relatives creates friction for Miller family: A Greater Cleveland

For an hour or so each evening, 8-year-old Theodore Miller snuggles against his mom on the living room sofa to watch a re-run of "The Cosby Show" and to chat. It is the time of day he looks most forward to.

'Slight risk' for severe thunderstorms Tuesday in Cleveland: Weather forecast

Instability from the combination of a passing low-pressure system and incoming cold front will breed widespread thunderstorms and breezy winds today in Cleveland. A risk of severe weather comes with southerly winds providing a river of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, supplying energy to forming storms.

Oberlin abolishes Columbus Day; 2 hurt in skydiving accident: Overnight News Links

While Columbus Day celebrations remain popular in Cleveland and elsewhere in the nation, the city of Oberlin has joined a growing list of cities that have abolished the holiday. While Columbus Day celebrations remain popular in Cleveland and elsewhere in the nation, the city of Oberlin has joined a growing list of cities that have abolished the holiday.

Northeast Ohio Observes Historic Solar Eclipse With Viewings, Pink Floyd

For the first time in 99 years a solar eclipse crossed the entire contiguous United States on Monday, and Clevelanders came out to watch. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame celebrated with a little Pink Floyd.

Strongsville man shot at site of Cleveland homicide victim's memorial

A man was shot early Sunday while at a memorial site for a man killed two years ago in a high-profile downtown Cleveland shooting. The 32-year-old Strongsville man was shot in the stomach around 3:20 a.m. at East 113th Street and Benham Avenue in the Mt.

Entering Comic Book World of Cleveland Native Brian K. Vaughan

Every art form seems to have its equivalent to the Oscars. In the comic book world it's the Eisner Award.

'Game of Thrones' - The clash of fire and ice: highlights from 'Beyond the Wall'

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's been six seasons in the making, but "Game of Thrones" fans were finally witness to the great battle of fire and ice in the most recent episode, "Beyond the Wall." Jon tries to return the sword known as Longclaw, a Mormont family heirloom, to Jorah Mormont, whose father gave it to Jon.

Ohio Supreme Court dismisses challenge to Jeff Johnson's candidacy for mayor of Cleveland

The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a case that sought to have Cleveland Councilman Jeff Johnson disqualified as a candidate for mayor based on his federal conviction in the 1990s of Hobbs Act extortion. Johnson served time for the convictions.

National breweriana 'canvention' set for Cleveland

Cleveland's reputation as a craft-beer mecca and a city that clings to nostalgia and its history will merge as the Brewery Collectibles Club of America brings its annual 'canvention' to town this month. Collectors from 37 states and 13 countries will trudge their cans, artifacts and knowledge between the Hilton Cleveland Downtown hotel and adjacent Huntington Convention Center.

Mother struggles to serve healthy meals on very tight budget: A Greater Cleveland

"Saaalaaad," 10-year-old Jonathan groans when he sees what is on the dinner table. "Yes," his aunt replies, firmly.

Visitors to 12th St. Mary Romanian Festival got a taste of ethnic food, faith and culture

The sign over the door to the social hall at St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Cathedral said "Bine ati venit," which means welcome. And that's what church members and the Romanian community did, welcoming thousands of visitors during the 12th St. Mary Romanian Festival, Aug. 18-20, on the church grounds, 3256 Warren Road, in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood.

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