Gov. Mike DeWine, lawmakers condemn threat of violence against Rep. Emilia Sykes and father Sen. Vernon Sykes
South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo, working with One South Euclid and the MyCom youth network, has begun a grant program in which struggling residents can obtain gift cards worth $50 or $100 to purchase essential items. The application process begins May 29.
Residents of the Chagrin Valley provided a much-needed boost to local businesses when they took part in a Gift Card Extravaganza hosted by the Chagrin Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Ohio’s 2,002 known coronavirus-related deaths are spread across 67 of the state’s 88 counties, with total cases now reaching 33,006.
Wednesday will be warm and sunny most of the day with a chance of showers moving in overnight.
Police are investigating three former Walmart employees after they were caught not ringing up the full amount of the purchase this past week. When a Highland Heights woman, 59, was caught ringing up merchandise May 22 for less than the price in the self-checkout line she was cited for theft. The amount of the theft for that incident was $329.40. Store security then checked video and determined she had been under-ringing merchandise for the past two months resulting in about $1,400 in thefts. Bainbridge Township police are investigating with more charges pending.
Gyms reopened in Ohio Tuesday, with extra cleaning and social distancing, amid the threat of the coronavirus.
Fast-casual hibachi restaurant Soba Asian Kitchen will open a location in Cleveland Heights' Coventry neighborhood.
FirstEnergy Corp. disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that Steven Strah, who became president of the Akron-based utility company on Sunday, is set to make a base salary of $800,000.
Destiny Burns, owner of CLE Urban Winery in Cleveland Heights, has won an international mentoring award from Les Dames d'Escoffier International.
President Trump does not have the constitutional power to direct that churches be opened: Letter to the Editor
I will take my direction from Gov. Mike DeWine about opening churches in Ohio. He has shown much more wisdom and good judgment than anything coming from the White House, writes the Rev. Marvin A. McMickle, pastor emeritus at Antioch Baptist Church in Cleveland, in a letter to the editor.
The Salvation Army's Learning Zone in Summit County is scheduled to open with increased safety initiatives.
The Battleground, a new restaurant in Kent, is founded on social justice, craft beer and sense of community pride.