Case Western Reserve University’s men’s tennis team made history by winning the school’s first-ever Division III national title, led by longtime coach Todd Wojtkowski.
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The organization will host a forum exploring Cleveland’s global connectivity and prospects for a post-pandemic rebound.
William T. Cooley will retire from the Air Force as a colonel and lose tens of thousands of dollars in retirement income each year because of the lowered rank.
Recently, Republican Bernie Moreno was endorsed by Republican U.S. Sen. J.D. Vance. Political watchers say former President Donald Trump might follow suit.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York cleared the way for a controversial bankruptcy deal that grants immunity from opioid lawsuits to members of the Sackler family.
"For safety reasons we need to know the weight of all items onboard the aircraft," Air New Zealand says. Numbers from the scales won't be displayed and will remain anonymous, the airline says.
For years, the majority Latino Clark-Fulton has been considered a food desert, forcing residents to travel outside the neighborhood to buy groceries. The new CentroVilla25 could help change that.
A Cleveland City Council proposal would give $5 million to the region’s Habitat Humanity and fund 50 new homes in targeted neighborhoods of the city with low homeownership rates.
At its weekly meetings, the board gets updatesfrom police auditor Phil Young, who has outlined numerous concerns about police department's policies that he says are a barrier to oversight.
While studio space is being converted to residential or other uses, artists still need a place to paint, chisel, saw and sculpt.
On the eve of the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, its word selection panel has worked long hours to approve all words, including their spellings, pronunciations and languages of origin.
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