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Facebook board upholds Trump ban, just not an indefinite one

Former President Donald Trump won’t return to Facebook — at least not yet.

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Family of George Floyd hosts discussion on issues of social justice in Cleveland area

Shaker Square pizza shop owner tells Cleveland police he shot man who harassed, assaulted him

Bill seeks to name highway after Staff Sgt. Kyle McKee

17 St. Ignatius lacrosse players suspended for hazing

The Centennial project promises affordable housing to help recruit workers back to downtown Cleveland

The Centennial Building is a project renovating a nearly century-old bank building in the heart of downtown. Developers are converting it to affordable housing.
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Biden hits schools goal even as many students learn remotely

Almost 4 in 10 students continued to take all their classes remotely, and another 2 in 10 were split between classroom and remote learning.

‘Intricate cover-up’: 7 charged in connection to disappearance and murder of Iron Cannon

One-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be offered at Cleveland’s Wolstein Center next week

Parma woman at center of ‘Eggate’ disaster faces criminal theft charges

How much rain will fall in Northeast Ohio this summer?

Medical examiner identifies 55-year-old man killed in Parma car crash

Regal Cinemas to reopen theatres Friday in Willoughby, Crocker Park

160,000 people attended 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland

State Route 3 in Medina County closed due to crash, fallen power lines

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19-year-old who aged out of system adopted by caseworker

As a teen, she spent years in state care and group homes, where she met her caseworker. Over five years, the two formed a special bond.

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  Following NFL Draft success, Cleveland starts to prepare for 2022 NBA All Star Game

  Felony gun charge for Pittsburgh Steelers player dropped as part of Lake County plea deal

A Pittsburgh Steelers player who was initially arrested in Lake County on gun and traffic violations reached a plea deal with prosecutors on Wednesday.

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  Cleveland’s 2021 summer outlook: How hot will it get?

17-year-old boy found after going missing in Canton

Det. James Skernivitz honored at Ohio Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony

  Gov. DeWine promoting tourism, encouraging Ohioans to get vaccinated for summer events

Olmsted Township ducklings rescued from storm drain

“Although a few of them weren’t cooperative in the rescue efforts, members of the police and fire departments were able to grab them, ultimately rescuing them from the drain!” police said.

  Newburg Heights mayor’s policy requires employees to get COVID-19 vaccine; unvaccinated employees terminated come September

  Man wanted for stealing cash from register at Willoughby Walgreens

Greater Cleveland Food Bank to host drive-thru distribution in Muni Lot Thursday

  Euclid roller rink allowed to stay open, under certain conditions

Willard firefighter administers oxygen to kitten pulled from mobile home fire