Bibb is planning to get projects on the lakefront and riverfront moving ahead, along with work at Hopkins and housing development on the city's Southeast side.
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Have tips reached a tipping point? Survey finds more negative feelings about increase in tip requests
A new Pew survey found only a third of U.S. adults said its easy to know whether or how much to tip for different services.
Vice President Harris gave her most extensive comments to date on the fighting in Gaza, emphatically calling on Israel to do more to protect civilians.
There is no good time for a book as critical of one's own party as Oath and Honor, but it is particularly uncomfortable for the GOP to be taking these punches right now.
Cuyahoga County Executive Chris Ronayne and Lorain County Commissioner John Hamercheck expressed conflicting views on the agency's procedure for reviewing the contract. The disagreement was fueled by letters exchanged between both parties ahead of Friday's board meeting.
Democratic Ohio legislators introduce bill to repeal abortion laws they say are now unconstitutionalOhio House Democrats say they've identified bills that are no longer constitutional since voters approved Issue 1 in November.
Former president Donald Trump, one of several candidates on the March primary ballot, has received the endorsement of the Ohio Republican Party.
Volunteers are now out throughout Ohio gathering signatures on a proposal for next year’s ballot that seeks to end gerrymandering with a new way to draw district lines.
The leaders of Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College both gave their institutions a B+ when asked about their overall health, during a forum on higher education Friday at the City Club of Cleveland.
CEO and President of the Akron Urban League, Teresa R. LeGrair, announces she will retire in this spring.
The county's medical director says there’s more cases than usual, but there isn't a new mysterious disease spreading.