Jim Nelson

MMJ Reporter

Cleveland, Ohio

Recent Articles by Jim

  Here’s what’s reopening up in Ohio this week

  North Olmsted teenager providing mobile shower service for the homeless in Cleveland

  Put-in-Bay business leaders preaching patience as bars reopen

  LaMalfa in Mentor transforming wedding and banquet hall into public restaurant

  Akron officials: If you mow it, you could own it

  General manager of popular Cleveland bar Townhall won’t lose job over controversial social media posts

  Ohio City tattoo shop welcomes customers back after shutdown

  Lawyers for man killed by off-duty Cleveland policeman say new evidence reveals inconsistencies with officer’s story

  Shoppers flock to Great Northern Mall in North Olmsted on the first day retail stores reopened

  Some Cleveland area bars and restaurants delaying their reopening despite Gov. DeWine lifting restrictions

  Three nurses from the same family serving on the front lines of COVID-19 at Summa Health in Akron

  Gov. DeWine’s Small Business Advisory Council proposes relief plans for struggling businesses

  RTA adds protective barriers on buses to separate drivers from passengers

  Drive-thru paternity testing coming soon to Summit County

  Cleveland Clinic resumes outpatient services previously paused during pandemic

  Cleveland Hopkins International to get additional $2.9 million in federal funding

  Low voter turnout and confusion highlight Ohio’s delayed primary election

  Voters rush to beat voting deadline in Ohio primary election

  Coronavirus antibody tests arrive in greater Cleveland as medical experts warn of ‘false sense of security’

  Cleveland-based protective helmet company donating 10,000 cloth masks to healthcare workers

  After UH announced pay cuts, fears are mounting that more cuts could be on the way to relieve the financial strain on hospitals

  Deadlines fast approaching for voting in Ohio’s mail-in primary election

  Cleveland pawn shops operating as essential businesses during COVID-19 outbreak

  ManorCare responds to criticism over COVID-19 cluster at Parma nursing home

  Twinsburg company working to help solve nationwide shortage in medical devices

  Cleveland printing company offering free services to restaurants

  Bedford beauty company now making hand sanitizer to help battle COVID-19 pandemic

  St. Ignatius teacher using 3D printer to help make medical supplies out of his home in North Olmsted

  Volunteers make UH nearly 30,000 masks for caregivers

  UH seeking more volunteers to sew masks for caregivers