Cleveland-Heights University-Heights schools say they’ll cut benefits for teachers who strike

The Cleveland-Heights University-Heights school district decided Monday they will stop paying for healthcare benefits for any of the 500 members of their teachers union who go on strike on December 2.

  Cleveland’s Jordan’s Restaurant provides Thanksgiving meals to 500 people in need

  Beachwood Place adds special K9s that sniff out weapons to security plan

$3,000 tip at Nighttown inspires Stella Artois to double reward for 1 lucky restaurant worker

Register now for free COVID-19 testing in Shaker Heights

Cleveland child is ‘heartbroken’ after emotional support dog goes missing

RTA offices to close to the public

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KNR donates 1,000 turkeys during Coats and Cans for Kids Turkey Giveaway at Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank

Jackson Township police, fire save deer stuck in a fence

  Willoughby-Eastlake schools lay off 226 employees

MetroHealth expands Cleveland Heights Medical Center

Maltz Museum temporarily closes during COVID-19 pandemic

Cleveland Public Library closes to public amid coronavirus case spike in Cuyahoga County

Cuyahoga County Public Library restricts public access; curbside, drive-thru service available

Buildings will be closed to visitors starting Thursday, Nov. 19.

Richmond Heights police release adorable picture of baby delivered by officer on the side of the road

Officer Jonathan Ross was flagged down on Richmond Road.

Lake Metroparks Farmpark closes due to COVID-19; Country Lights Drive-Thru still on

All current Farmpark memberships will be extended.

Balloon with note launched by 2 Ohio children discovered by hunter in Pennsylvania

A hunter in Taylorstown, Pennsylvannia didn’t get a deer last week, but he did find a balloon with a note from two children from Salem, Ohio. Now he’s hoping his friends on Facebook will help him find the kids who launched it.

Huge tree falls on car in Lake County, traps driver and passenger

Sam Sylk Foundation hosts 8th annual winter coat drive

Westlake City Schools announce changes to schedule in wake of COVID-19 surge

New cases of confirmed COVID-19 in North Olmsted Schools

DOJ: Cleveland nonprofit nexus for Medicaid fraud scheme

3 additional Cuyahoga County BOE poll workers test positive for COVID-19

Max & Erma’s to sell everything online from closed Mentor location

The online auction is Tuesday, Nov. 17 at from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  Richmond Heights police officer helps deliver baby in car

Officer Jonathan Ross was flagged down on Richmond Road.

Additional COVID-19 cases in North Olmsted Schools

North Olmsted school officials said families should call them at 440-588-5341 with any confirmed or potential cases of COVID-19.

4 additional positive COVID-19 cases in Mayfield Schools, high school basketball team in quarantine

Additional COVID-19 tests are pending among other the varsity basketball players.

2 North Olmsted students are probable/positive cases for COVID-19

North Olmsted school officials said families should call them at 440-588-5341 with any confirmed or potential cases of COVID-19.

Semi takes down power poles in Oakwood

Power is also out on South Oakleaf Road.

2020 KNR Coats & Cans for Kids Turkey Giveaway

2020 KNR Coats & Cans for Kids Turkey Giveaway

3 Mayfield High School students test positive for COVID-19, 24 staff members in quarantine

The number of staff members in quarantine is expected to increase, said officials.

Northfield Village firefighters rescue cat from house fire

The cause remains under investigation, but firefighters said it does not appear suspicious.

Cleveland police look for 13-year-old girl reported missing on Halloween

Cleveland police are looking for a 13-year-old girl who was reported missing on Halloween.

Cleveland Police search for missing 13-year-old boy

Cleveland police are looking for a missing 13-year-old boy.

Kind-hearted Northeast Ohio grandparents bilked out of nearly $400K

Two Florida men are facing federal charges after they spent the summer allegedly ripping-off Northeast Ohio senior citizens to the tune of nearly $400,000.

Ohio’s charities struggling amid the pandemic

A third of the state’s nonprofits are struggling mightily amid the turbulence brought on by a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic.

Christmas assistance registration with the Salvation Army

The deadline is 3 p.m. on Nov. 6.

Geiger’s outfitters, non-profit health group partner to collect coats for the homeless

With people experiencing more struggles than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, more are looking for warmth and shelter from winters in Northeast Ohio.

Cleveland to spend $31 million to renovate or replace about 31 city-owned properties

Cleveland City Council has announced plans to either renovate or replace about 31 city-owned facilities, according to a press release.

New grocery store and apartments planned for Cleveland’s East Side

A new grocery store is planned for the intersection of Cedar Road and East 105th Street on Cleveland’s East side, according to a Cleveland City Council news release.

Issue 49: Strongsville fire levy goes down by an 8 point margin

Voters in Strongsville voted down a tax increase that would have helped pay for additional firefighters and equipment, according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

  Issue 73: Voters defeat Parma City Schools levy

Voters defeated a bond issue Tuesday that would have raise $271 million for the Parma City schools.

More than 80 orange cats rescued from Summit County home

All of the cats were taken to The Humane Society of Summit County and will be ready for adoption soon.

North Olmsted High School student, staff member test positive for COVID-19

School districts are required to report any cases to their local health department.

Lakewood police search for 71-year-old with PTSD who walked away from relative’s house

Sherman Mainor was last seen at a home on Sloan Road.

Several Northeast Ohio communities cancel city-organized Halloween events; list of trick or treat times

COVID-19 concerns have already prompted several Northeast Ohio communities to cancel city-promoted Halloween events.

Workers are burning out; Now managers are stressing

Nearly 40 percent of workers say they are more stressed than they were last year. That's concerning to managers who are worried about retaining good employees.

Cuyahoga County Community college cancels spring sports due to coronavirus pandemic

In the wake of increased Coronavirus infections in Northeast Ohio and across the country,

Positive case of COVID-19 at North Royalton High School

The district is working with Cuyahoga County Board of Health officials.

Amazon to hire 1,500 workers in Northeast Ohio for the holidays

Amazon is looking for 100,000 additional seasonal workers to staff its operations during the holiday season, according to a company press release.

Did you lose your pet lizard? It’s now at Euclid Animal Shelter after being found outside

A lizard went on an adventure in Euclid today. He (or she) spent the day at the Euclid Animal Shelter.

  Man who complained of COVID-19 symptoms, found dead in Beachwood hotel

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said the cause of death is still pending.

Greater Cleveland Aquarium partners with food charity to fight hunger in Northeast Ohio

The Cleveland Aquarium partners with food charity to raise funds to fight hunger in Northeast Ohio.

Cuyahoga Falls restaurant closes for good due to COVID-19

Retro Dog closed Oct. 18.

  Stop the Pain rally in Cleveland honors mothers who lost children to gun violence

This new non-profit called Stop the Pain hopes to bring peace to the streets and to families.

Brooklyn goose with deformity will never be able to fly because of human foods

"Angel wing" is caused by eating human foods.

1 Bedford, 2 Parma school staff members test positive for coronavirus

Some students and co-workers are now in quarantine.

  Avon police cite several drivers for passing stopped school buses

Police said they are having problems on Nagel Road, just north of Detroit Road.

Wellington police ask for help naming new K9

The four names to choose from are: Max, King, Duke and Sam.

Brunswick police seek surveillance video of neighborhood theft suspects

Residents are asked to focus on the time frame between Oct. 2 at 9:30 p.m. and Oct. 3 at 3 a.m.

6 Bay High School employees quarantined after being exposed to person with COVID-19

They were exposed at a non-school event.

Akron restaurant closing due to COVID-19 pandemic

Louie's Bar and Grille will close Oct. 18.

Overturned boat found near Mentor Headlands Beach State Park

Officials said everyone was found safe.

Cleveland Columbus Day Parade canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

Columbus Day Mass is still scheduled.

Nordonia assistant football coach resigns after making racist remark during practice

"My team and I will not tolerate racism, in any form, anywhere within Nordonia Schools."

Halloween in Cleveland: What’s different this year?

The City outlined its regulations for Halloween 2020.

Cleveland Public Library stops visitation limit, closes branch for debate day

Visitors can now stay at the Cleveland Public Library's downtown branches for over an hour.

  Trick-or-treating will not be allowed in Newburgh Heights due to the pandemic

Newburgh Heights officials will host a drive-thru Halloween event at village hall since trick or treating won't be allowed.

Oh Fudge! Christmas Story Run canceled for 2020

If you have already registered for the 2020 event, refunds will be issued by Sept. 30.

  Cleveland Metroparks Zoo to host Trick-or-Treat Fest with ‘spook-tacular’ live performances and social distancing

This year's safe and family-friendly Halloween event will take place on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Oct. 9-31.

Bed Blitz: Lorain’s Good Knights give 100 beds to children in need

The gift includes a bed, mattress, mattress protector, pillows, pillowcases, sheets and a blanket.

Seville-Guilford Fire Department gets dalmatian puppy for certified therapy K-9 to live at firehouse 24/7

He will live at the firehouse with the 24-hour staffing crews when he arrives on Oct. 4 to immediately begin certified therapy K-9 training with a specialty in fire prevention.

Amazon hiring more than 1,500 people for their Akron facility

Pay begins at $15 an hour and employees also receive comprehensive benefits.

Food giveaway: Northern Ohio Recovery Association hosts 3-day pantry

The event is drive-up and you must bring your own bag.

  Cleveland Public Library offers various programs including tutoring to enhance student learning

School is back in session, and whether it’s virtual or classroom learning, there are a number of challenges due to COVID-19.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo extends Asian Lantern Festival through Oct. 4

Despite having reduced capacity due to social distancing, the Asian Lantern Festival has had more than 150,000 guests this year.

  Salvation Army to begin 'Kettle Campaign’ early to rescue Christmas for Northeast Ohio families

For the first time in 130 years, the Salvation Army is preparing for Christmas early.

Dog covered in pink dye was not harmed, South Euclid police say

The owner explained the pink color was from a natural vegan dye.

COVID-19 testing, free household supplies, Census help and more at East Cleveland Community Day

The East Cleveland community is uplifted after an important event this Saturday afternoon.

  Gov. DeWine warns Ohioans to remain vigilant as local Labor Day events are held

This Labor Day weekend is raising the alarm bells when it comes to COVID-19 parties and gatherings with nationwide concern that the urge to get out and celebrate could lead to a surge in coronavirus cases.

  Get help with census, vote-by-mail and voter registration at Census Sundays

There will be volunteers helping in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Toisan.