Norton drives ideastream host Tony Ganzer down streets with renovated homes sitting next to abandoned, boarded-up houses.
Change is possibly coming to East Cleveland, but what form it takes isn’t clear.
Monday, February 3, 2014 at 5:58 PM
This process is under fire after the Dayton Daily News reported that law firms seeking state work made campaign contributions to DeWine.
Despite a half century of government warnings, nearly one in four Ohioans still smoke.
The economic ripple effect of shale drilling has been particularly strong on the plastics industry.
Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley says city leaders will try to fill the void left in service.
United CEO Jeff Smisek says the Cleveland hub hasn't been profitable for more than a decade, losing tens of millions in recent years.