The 1899 Pub in Willoughby faces an investigation by the Lake County Board of Health and the Ohio Investigative Unit after a customer took pictures the day after Christmas of a packed bar apparently ignoring masking and distancing rules.
A study shows people moving out of downtowns during the pandemic, probably a result of working from home, but the exodus is small and Joe Marinucci of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance says people move downtown to be close to events and entertainment, not just for work
Cavs star Larry Nance, Jr, will wear merchandise from a Cleveland small business each game, then auction off a game-worn jersey to raise money for that business, starting with music club The Grog Shop for the Cavs opener
A civil rights attorney says employers would be able to mandate employees get the coronavirus vaccine because, in the past, courts have sided with public health benefits over individual rights in cases regarding vaccines.
The demand for COVID testing has skyrocketed with the holidays approaching but, at 70% accurate, they might give some people a false sense of security since they can carry the virus but still test negative
Pfizer has tested its coronavirus vaccine at 95% effective at trials including one in Cleveland, meaning ten sites in Ohio are readying for the vaccine by the end of the year, including the Cleveland Clinic and MetroHealth Medical Center in Cuyahoga County.