Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan voted early at the Summit County Board of Elections, waiting a half-hour in the rain under a tent for the doors to open at 8 a.m., one of hundreds who are showing up early every day.
About a dozen Rocky River parents and kids held signs for oncoming traffic as the school day began, opposing the district remaining in a hybrid model and the number of hours of instruction under the model.
The Presidential Debate in Cleveland raised questions about coronavirus precautions after President Trump tested positive for COVID-19 afterward, new measures put in place but one Cleveland doctors says organizers can go further
The Northern Ohio Region of the American Red Cross will deploy at least one more volunteer this weekend to help with disaster relief, joining 58 already deployed, many of whom will leave their assignment, take a short break, and then go elsewhere to help.
A Cleveland man claims he received almost $10,000 in overdue speeding, sent the day after a social media post critical of the speed camera program. He claims the tickets were in retaliation; the city claims that was not the case.
Coronavirus has created new problems for school districts -- longer teacher absences, substitute teachers worried about going to class -- with Ohio lessening requirements for becoming a substitute teacher during a teacher shortage
ODOT and the Ohio Highway Patrol will use aerial monitoring to try to slow down drivers through 12 work zones around Ohio, including a project on Route 8 in Summit County as work zone crashes have increased in 2020, resulting in 12 deaths so far