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Three leading Northeast Ohio city planning experts endorse Browns’ lakefront plan, reject idea of moving stadium (Read more)

Cleveland lakefront connector plan backed by Browns wins praise from a pivotal state council, with caveats (Read more)

Ohio American Legion commander calls for resignations of 2 Hudson members who cut mic during veteran’s speech (Read more)

Cleveland Indians considering more than 1,100 options for team name change (Read more)

A federal judge who previously ruled against a nationwide eviction moratorium during the coronavirus pandemic declined Thursday to apply his ruling to the entire country, leaving it in place for most tenants.

Federal judge in Cleveland declines to set aside eviction moratorium for entire U.S. (Read more)

One of the latest Ohio Vax-a-Million winners plans to buy a home, the other, a future in medicine (Read more)

Greater Cleveland outpacing rest of Ohio in Vax-a-Million entries (Read more)

Ohio reports 490 new coronavirus cases: Thursday update (Read more)

Some Northeast Ohio schools expect to graduate from strict COVID-19 protocols for the 2021-22 school year; others opt to wait and see (Read more)

‘Treat people before they get worse’; race is on to find at-home COVID-19 drugs that stop viral infection, avoid hospitalizations (Read more)

Albert Aiad-Toss

Albert Aiad-Toss was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison for luring six young girls to hotels for sex.

Former Youngstown doctor sentenced to 22 years in prison for sex trafficking of girls (Read more)

Cleveland murder suspect in custody after standoff on East Side (Read more)

Summit County Sheriff’s Office investigating report of misconduct by Nordonia Hills City Schools employee (Read more)

Police lawsuit

Jaleesa Bennett uses a sign to shield her face from pepper spray May 30 in Cleveland. In a lawsuit, she claims Cleveland Patrolman John Kazimer fired the spray to quell her First Amendment rights. [Photo contained in a lawsuit]

Cleveland police officer under investigation for use-of-force against May 30 protestors, fired for not showing up to work (Read more)

Cleveland police union calls for safety director to resign and for Justice Department to leave city following string of officer firings (Read more)

Community activist named to fill suspended Cleveland Councilman Ken Johnson’s Ward 4 seat (Read more)

Parents raise concerns about Chagrin Falls Schools’ plan for diversity, equity (Read more)

Chagrin Falls Schools’ summer plan relaxes face mask requirement for some (Read more)

Residents of Mayfield Heights’ Woodhawk Drive finally meet with mayor; street resurfacing could come this fall (Read more)

Lakewood Schools, Recreation Department to tackle learning loss this summer (Read more)

Independence school board gives go-ahead for Nov. 2 levy renewal vote (Read more)

Lakewood’s Clifton Park receives National Register of Historic Places designation (Read more)

North Olmsted Police Department seeks federal COPS grant for new officers (Read more)

Countdown begins for late 2021 opening of luxury apartments, boutique hotel at Fairview Park’s former NASA buildings (Read more)

Seven Hills mayor mailing out State of the City address (Read more)

Parma City School District promotes free college classes for non-teaching personnel (Read more)

UH Parma Medical Center officially designated as a Level III Trauma Center (Read more)

Ex-colleague wants HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge to let public housing residents use marijuana in jurisdictions where it’s legal (Read more)

Jeff Johnson Q&A: where the major 11th Congressional District candidates stand (Read more)

Olivia, Liam remain Ohio’s most popular baby names; see the top 20 (Read more)

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