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.

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

  Christmas Assistance Registration with Salvation Army

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

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

  Avon police cite several drivers for passing stopped school buses

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

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Wellington police ask for help naming new K9

Brunswick police seek surveillance video of neighborhood theft suspects

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

Akron restaurant closing due to COVID-19 pandemic

Overturned boat found near Mentor Headlands Beach State Park

Cleveland Columbus Day Parade canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

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

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

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

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

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

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

  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.

TSA agent’s co-worker at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport credited with saving his life

The agent said he was saved from what paramedics called “certain death.”

Mapleside’s Pumpkin Village will be open this fall, with new safety guidelines

The theme of this years maze is Peace, Hope, Unity and Love.

Several vehicles stolen from Westlake residents, police say

One stolen vehicle was found in Cleveland.

Cleveland Marathon registration open for 2021 race weekend

After the 2020 Cleveland Marathon went virtual due to the coronavirus crisis, plans are in place to have the 2021 race weekend downtown from May 15-16.

  Cleveland leaders make final push to get residents counted for the 2020 census

A Cleveland city councilman has spearheaded an effort to make sure as many people as possible complete the census form, a critical step in community funding.

  Teen driver killed in Akron fiery crash

Route 8 northbound was closed during Wednesday's morning commute

  Akron vehicle fire shuts down highway, evacuates 2 schools

Route 8 northbound closed until this evening, two schools evacuated, Gorge Metropark closed after vehicle fire

  Is the Governor’s plan to reopen performance theaters financially feasible?

One artistic director says the limited attendance won't bring in enough to pay performers.

29 Cleveland Public Library locations reopen Monday

Cleveland Public Library locations will be open 6 days a week.

  People had a chance to experience a drive-thru fair at Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in the times of COVID-19

The fair was postponed in May.

Cleveland Burger Week returns with $6 showcases of local restaurants’ favorite flavors

Order a CBW burger from at least five participating restaurants from Aug. 17-23 for the chance to win a prize.

  Six vehicles stolen and at least 19 others broken into in North Olmsted

North Olmsted police said keys were inside every stolen vehicle.

  REVIVE: 19 News Anchor Erin Logan hosting free workshop for teen girls struggling with self-esteem

REVIVE stands for respect and love yourself, end the cycle of unhealthy relationships, vent to others, identify your strengths, and express emotions effectively.

Prayers From Maria sunflower field in Sandusky now in full bloom

Prayers from Maria is named after Maria McNamara, a girl who was diagnosed with a terminal glioma at the age of 6.

  Look out litterers: Richmond Heights PD is on your trashy trail

Richmond Heights Police Department is waging a war against misplaced waste.

  Fire at Courtyard Condos in Westlake collapses roof

The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

Hygiene kits for kids and teens being distributed at Cleveland Public Library

The personal hygiene kits will have essential items for children and teens aged 6-16 such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, a toothbrush, and toothpaste.

Lakewood offering rent help for residents, small businesses

These are residents and business owners who are struggling to pay their rent due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Dehydrated, abused turtle found in Stark County

A Woodland Box turtle cannot legally be kept in captivity in Ohio unless their owner holds an education permit.

Operation Backpack: Northeast Ohio kids need your back-to-school donations on the Amazon Wishlist

Every year, Operation Backpack is a major drive to get back-to-school items for Northeast Ohio families.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Asian Lantern Festival offering drive-thru days

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is offering guests the chance to experience the Asian Lantern Festival from the comfort of their car for a limited time amid the coronavirus crisis.

Garfield Heights teenager last seen on July 1

Amarion Peoples is known to frequent the area of Parkgrove Avenue in Cleveland.

  Cleveland weatherman Dick Goddard dies at 89

Goddard worked in Cleveland, then Philadelphia and then back to Cleveland for good in 1966.

Cuyahoga Community College’s Virtual JazzFest adds third day

The online festival will stream Aug. 21-23 beginning at 7 p.m. and ending around 8:30 p.m.

Accidental fire damages Streetsboro home, no residents injured

No one was home when the fire began.

New social media campaign highlights all the great attractions Cleveland offers

A new campaign just kicked off to remind people of all the great things that Cleveland has to offer.

Ashtabula County Animal Protective League participating in Clear the Shelter Month

Adopt a new furry friend at a great price this August.

Bay Village police and firefighters rescue dog who fell off a cliff (VIDEO)

After repelling down the cliff, they attached a pull to her collar and brought Kyrie to safety.

Reservations no longer needed for Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Advance reservations are still required for Asian Lantern Festival.

Cement truck driver killed in rollover crash in Smithville

Levi Everson was trapped inside the vehicle and had to be cut out by rescue personnel.

Great Lakes Brewing Co. closing restaurant and patio July 29, no reopening date set

Their gift shop will operate daily from 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Summit County Fair opens Wednesday, days ahead of Governor’s restrictions

The Summit County Fair starts on Wednesday as planned, just two days before Governor Mike DeWine’s new restrictions that limit all fairs to junior events only on July 31.

Bloom dates predicted for Prayers From Maria sunflower fields in Avon, Sandusky

The organizers of the Prayers From Maria Foundation are expecting to see sunflowers at the two fields very soon.

Give every child HOPE!

Many children return to school without the basic supplies they need. You can give a child hope to start the school year off right through Operation Backpack®.

Good Samaritan honored for rescuing 4 people from Canton house fire

The four residents were trapped on the second floor.

  Eid-Al-Adha being impacted once again by COVID-19

Eid-Al-Adha is right around the corner.

Summer 2020 event and festival cancellations

Most events are being canceled in light of COVID-19

  Wellington Mayor expresses desire to cancel the Lorain County Fair as COVID-19 cases increase

Mayor Hans Schneider said he respects the fair as a private entity, but with the coronavirus cases soaring throughout the country, he doesn’t see how it could be held safely.

  Balloon launch held in Lyndhurst to remember 15-year-old cheerleader killed by gun violence

An emotional night in Lyndhurst as family, friends and members of the community came together to pay tribute to a teen lost to gun violence.

NICU nurse celebrates retirement after 45 years at Fairview Hospital

Sheila Struble won an award this May recognizing her impact on NICU families.

Kent police officer saves 1-month-old baby’s life

Parents called 911 when their baby became stiff, turned red and had bubbles forming on his mouth.

Mentor Rocks concerts suspended, CityFest canceled as COVID-19 cases surge

The Lake County General Health District confirmed no positive cases have been associated with Mentor Rocks.

Missing 14-year-old Oakwood girl found safe

Trinity Wells went missing on July 12.

Oakwood police looking for missing 14-year-old girl

Trinity Wells was last seen July 12.

  Cuyahoga County ME confirms 8-year-old boy drowned in Strongsville hotel pool

Christopher Johnson was from East Cleveland and was visiting the hotel with family.

  Walton Hills police rescue child caught in flash flood in Metroparks

The little girl was with family wading in the creek that feeds Bridal Veil Falls.

  Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market reopening after lightning fire

The flea market will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. until Dec. 19.

Asian Lantern Festival at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo begins Wednesday

The Asian Lantern Festival is returning to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, even with the ongoing concerns stemming from COVID-19.

  Missing 8-year-old boy with disabilities found dead in hotel pool, Strongsville police say

Christopher Johnson was reported missing Monday afternoon.

Akron opens outdoor pools and splash pads

The pools and splash pads are open Monday-Friday 1-7 p.m. and Saturday 1- 5 p.m., weather permitting.

  Guests over the age of 2 required to wear masks when Children’s Museum of Cleveland reopens on Monday

The doors at the Children’s Museum of Cleveland will reopen to guests this week, starting on July 6 for members only.