Barberton Mum Fest still on display

Peak fall color is later this year for much of Northeast Ohio however in Barberton, two weeks after the annual Mum Fest the mums are just coming into their full glory.

  Ashtabula girl battling brain cancer stuns the Cavs, will be named to homecoming court

The young girl has had to endure multiple brain surgeries and countless chemotherapy treatments.

Boo at the Zoo returns Oct. 12 to the Cleveland Zoo

Boo at the Zoo returns Oct 12 for three weeks

Looking to get in the fall spirit?

Mapleside Farms hosting Superhero Weekend and more

This hayride in Strongsville encourages hay throwing, so clear your Saturday schedules

The hayrides are a tradition at the Chalet inside the Cleveland Metroparks.

Dandelion sculpture is passed by thousands on I-77, but do you know why it’s there?

Every day thousands of commuters on I-77 north pass the RotaFlora Bicycle Rim Flower sculpture but truthfully most drivers probably don’t know why it’s there or that it is made of dozens of bicycle rims.

Police officers wearing pink for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Law Enforcement is going pink for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Tickets for ‘The Polar Express’ ride on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad will likely sell fast

The ride, which is set to the sounds of the movie’s soundtrack, will take place from Nov. 10 through Dec. 21.

Un-Common Raven makes home at Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Blackjack is a common raven who couldn't fit in. The bird found a home in Cleveland at the Museum of Natural History, Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center.

Cleveland to honor longtime civil rights leader George Forbes during Domestic Violence Month

Every nine seconds, someone in America becomes a victim of domestic violence, which includes emotional, financial, and physical abuses.

Brunswick High School gets hand delivered invitation to London New Year’s Day parade

The Brunswick High School Marching Band was invited to perform at the New Year's Day parade in London on January 1, 2020.

  A peek inside Cleveland Metroparks Zoo elephant exhibit

Take an inside look into the lives of the elephants at the Cleveland Zoo.

Cleveland Botanical Garden daily butterfly release creates “amazing” experience

Thousands of butterflies have taken flight at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, but before they take flight visitors can hold them just hours or minutes after they have emerged from pupa.

Downtown Cleveland’s Tilted Kilt location closes for good

The Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in downtown Cleveland has permanently closed, according to a post on the establishment’s Facebook page.

Food Rescue: App for volunteers connecting donated food with hungry Clevelanders

Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland is launching a new app, Food Rescue, that will connect volunteers with donated food that would otherwise be discarded.

Christmas comes early for first pour of Great Lakes Brewing’s Christmas Ale

Each year’s batch tastes different than the last mix because of the variety in fresh ingredients that are used.

Rescued kitten was pulled from the mouth of a fox

A rescued kitten turned out to be so much more. After being pulled from the mouth of a fox, the rescuer discovered she had saved a bobcat.

Donations accepted for the victims of the Olmsted Falls condo fire

Donations are being accepted for victims of the Olmsted Falls condo fire.

Akron court to host Halloween-themed weddings

Costumes are strongly encouraged!

Get a close up look at these flying squirrels and owls at a Cleveland-area night hike

Nature at Night hike happening at North Chagrin Reservation on Saturday, September 22 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Explore a Cleveland treasure, Squire’s Castle

Squire's Castle

  Blind rowers navigate Cuyahoga River all the way to Boston

Blind rowers at the Head of the Cuyahoga Regatta in Cleveland is just a step away from Boston.

Medina’s Uptown Park is going to the dogs

DogFest Walk 'n Roll will host a celebration at Medina Square September 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event celebrates Canine Companion for Independence efforts, volunteer puppy raisers and the dogs that are trained to service animals for individuals with disabilities.

Cleveland Police buy new bike for man with special needs

First District officers with the Cleveland Police Department bought a bike and a new basketball for a man with special needs, according to the Cleveland Police Foundation.

Shirts being made to support 8-year-old Brook Park girl hit, killed by car

Luna Team Shop in Berea is printing shirts for Khloe Nida's family.

Raising Awareness of Bullying and Suicide to Promote Positive Change

Join Buckeye Health Plan in support of National Suicide Prevention Month Buckeye Health Plan: Committed to Raising Awareness of Major Public Health Issues ?        Buckeye Health Plan is the second largest managed care plan in the state of Ohio. Buckeye provides Medicaid, Medicare and health insurance Marketplace products and manages care for more than 350,000 Ohioans. Buckeye is committed to transforming the health of the community, one person a...

General RV is 2 Strong 4 Bullies!

General RV is 2 Strong 4 Bullies!   General RV is the nation's largest family-owned RV dealership with 12 full-service locations, a massive inventory or more than 5,000 RVs, and 500 fully equipped service bays. It's hard to imagine that all this grew from a single gas station in Detroit.  Through all of the success, three generations of Baidas family members have remained focused on their number one asset, their customers.  General RV is a proud sponsor or 2 Stro...

Aspiring Akron teen singer talks dreams, gigs and the road ahead: Romona's Kids

A local teen has her eye on a performing arts career. Serrin Joy Scrutchings grew up singing because her parents were music directors at church.

Geauga County fourth-grader turns home into crayon warehouse for creative mission

A fourth-grader from Geauga County turned her own hospital stay into a mission to deliver crayons to children's hospitals across the U.S.

City of Cleveland, Cavaliers reveal proposal to replace LeBron James banner

Officials from the city's planning commission revealed plans on what could replace the banner of LeBron James that was torn down when the former Cavalier left Cleveland for the second time.

Family, friends remember Club X shooting victim

Family and friends of a mother of four gunned down over the weekend are asking for the community's support during this difficult time.

  Why do we celebrate Labor Day?

Labor Day is more than just the unofficial end of summer. The holiday is celebrated on the first Monday in September each year with its origins dating back to the 1880s.

WWE Cleveland: Superstars visit Christmas Story house, Rebol and rip the Cavs

WWE's SmackDown Live crew performed at the Wolstein Center on Saturday night.

10 best places to watch the 2018 Cleveland National Air Show

Attendants don't have to be at Burke Lakefront Airport in order to see the air show's demonstrations in the sky. There are plenty of other local spots to watch the show near downtown Cleveland.

Cleveland National Air Show returns to the skies this weekend

The Cleveland National Air Show gets underway this Labor Day weekend.

U.S. Navy Blue Angels in town to kick off Cleveland National Air Show

The Cleveland National Air Show will take place Sept. 1 - 3 with planes taking off all over Downtown Cleveland.

Chicken Flying Contest held at the Geauga County Fair

A Chicken Flying Contest was held at the Geauga County Fair on Thursday.

Fly through the sky, over Lake Erie on unique zip line tour

Another exciting adventure to do east of Cleveland; zip lining.

Cleveland police escort fallen officer's daughters to their first day of school

Police from around Northeast Ohio honored a fallen officer in a special way.

Broadway Building in Lorain kicking up dust to make way for new hotel

The Broadway Building in downtown Lorain is being transformed into a new hotel. It's set to open in the summer of 2019.

City of Beachwood opens the doors to new public safety center

Officials from Beachwood and community residents were on hand Sunday morning to get their first look at the city's new public safety center. The new facility is expected to serve as the city's fire department headquarters for the next 40 years. In addition to housing the fire department, the Beachwood Police Department's dispatch center has been relocated to the new building. The move is an effort that would allow more dispatchers while saving money. MORE: Fire station featur...