Parts of the region, including Cuyahoga and Summit Counties have been losing tree canopy at a rapid rate. But there are efforts underway to reverse that trend.
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The decision by the Oil and Gas Land Management Commission came despite emotional opposition.
People with food allergies can now use Xolair to reduce their risk of severe reaction during accidental exposures.
The private college in South Euclid tried refinancing its debt and launching a fundraising campaign as well as other efforts to address its financial challenges.
CVS locations in Chagrin Falls, Willoughby and Wooster were among those named in settlement.
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Officials in Cleveland, Canton and Youngstown are working to correct past mistakes and restore the tree canopy to safeguard Northeast Ohio's environment, economy and health.
After 27 years, the competition draws to a close when 12 groups compete at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Airlines often damage or lose wheelchairs. Now the Biden administration is proposing new standards for how airlines accommodate passengers with disabilities.
The CDC said Americans 65 and older should get another dose of the updated vaccine that became available in September — if at least four months has passed since their last shot.
The Ohio Senate voted along party lines to advance the fast-tracked dark money bill that bans foreign contributions to campaigns for and against ballot issues.
On Feb. 26, the first and only full-time jazz channel serving Northeast Ohio - JazzNEO - will launch.