U.S. Rep. Shontel Brown will soon relinquish her position as chair of the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party, prompting a leadership contest in a county that is key to any Democratic statewide win in Ohio.
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The legislation, commonly known as a "trigger" law, would ban abortion in almost all cases.
An email sent to the university community stated that it was unclear when exactly the swastika was painted. The symbol has since been removed from the campus and Kent State police are still investigating.
Ohio Department of Health has applied for federal waivers to remove some WIC restrictions so low-income families have increased choices in infant formula; Nan Whaley is criticizing Gov. Mike DeWine's slow response to the ongoing shortage; Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp has delayed voting on a constitutional amendment to reform bail-setting laws; and more stories.
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Cleveland Asian Festival or visit new events at Van Aken District, Playhouse Square and Karamu House.
Cleveland blues musician Taylor Lamborn emerges from pandemic with new band and live acoustic tracksThe pandemic brought gig playing to a halt for many musicians, including Cleveland blues singer-songwriter Taylor Lamborn. But, that hiatus helped her find a new way to share music she mostly had kept to herself.
A high school student from Richmond Heights Secondary School faces the grief she feels over her grandmother's death.
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- Cuyahoga County keeps its feet on the ground while reaching for the 'Heights.' OH Really?
- Backyard Bird Count in Cleveland, Akron this weekend
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