Mentor Headlands ‘BeachFest’ canceled due to flooding, beach conditions

City officials announced on Tuesday that the 2019 BeachFest event at Mentor Headlands has been canceled because of the park’s conditions.

  Canal Fulton businesses impacted by historic flooding

Barberton roads close, shelters open after heavy rains slam city

Chagrin Falls named best city in Ohio to live in

Grief counselors available for Lorain students after recent deaths of 2 classmates

  Relentless rains causing damage to homes and businesses in Summit County

Parma boy battling cancer becomes police officer for a day

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Celebrate Father’s Day at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo with free admission for dads

Conneaut native killed in WWII finally returns home

7-year-old girl donates collection of stuffed animals to sick children at Cleveland Clinic, Ronald McDonald’s House

Cedar Point Shores closing early due to weather conditions

Akron announces return of ‘Midnight Basketball’ program in push to curb violence

Slider grants lifelong Cleveland Indians fan and hospice patient one last wish

Parents of children caught riding a bicycle without a helmet in Richmond Heights could be fined $30

The Richmond Heights City Council passed legislation at Tuesday night’s meeting that could improve youth safety on the streets.

  Prayers from Maria sunflower field planting ceremony commences new season in Avon

The sunflowers are planted as late Maria's prayers for other children currently fighting cancer, and to remember those who also lost their battle.

  Chardon cows that break free from farm prompt cookie celebration

Breaking moo’s: the trio of cows that broke free from a farm will now have their own cookie inspired by them.

Thousands expected in Akron to mark A.A.'s founding

Thousands of visitors are expected in Akron this weekend to celebrate the Depression-era founding of Alcoholics Anonymous

  Olmsted Falls’ adaptive lacrosse program targets children with special needs

  Piper’s Legacy calling all ‘kid ninjas’ to Rock the Challenge for raise funds for pediatric cancer research

  Cedar Point to partner with Prayers From Maria, plant sunflower field next to Sandusky hotel

Parma’s pit bull ban will remain in effect following recount

Cleveland council members to discuss profiting from electric scooters in city during Friday’s meeting

SeaWorld Ohio opened 49 years ago today, celebrate by looking at these before/after photos

  Soldier flies home and surprises her parents at Hudson Memorial Day Parade

On Memorial Day, we honor those service members who gave their lives to the country. No one realizes the magnitude of the solemn day better than a member of the military.

Sewer district employees rescue baby goose trapped in a Cleveland sewer

Baby goose reunited with its family after being rescued from a sewer.

  Grass on some Cleveland youth baseball fields measured 2 feet tall

Can Cleveland get the parks ready for safe baseball play by next week? Long grass currently makes them unplayable.

Sandusky in the works of building 12-mile boardwalk, bike path that spans city’s waterfront

City of Sandusky officials unveiled plans for the Sandusky Bay Pathway, a 12-mile boardwalk and bike path that will span the city’s waterfront and connect to the Ohio Department of Natural Resouces Sheldon Marsh Property.

Sandusky voted Best Coastal Small Town by USA Today

Lake Erie's Waterfront Destination earned the top spot for coastal small towns that “offer uncrowded, unpretentious and affordable seaside fun in small packages.”

Ristorante Chinato on East 4th Street closing after failing to reach agreement with landlord

A popular restaurant in downtown Cleveland will soon be serving its final meal.

Ohio city warns against dumping lawn clippings into the roadway, mayor calls it a safety issue

Remember to check your city ordinances before disposing of yard waste.

LeBron James collaborates with Walmart to invest in education, fight hunger across the US

LeBron James and Walmart have formed a partnership aimed at improving education and reducing hunger in communities throughout the country.

  Mayfield High School students attempt world record for largest indoor bubble

Guinness and NASA still must issue their formal ruling.

  See inside tunnels under construction 200 feet below Cleveland’s Ohio City, Tremont neighborhoods

More than 200 feet below the surface of Cleveland, the city is not quiet. Instead, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is at work, building seven tunnels that will re-route overflow wastewater to protect the Cuyahoga River.

Olmsted Township firefighters rescue baby deer

Firefighters free a baby deer struck in a ravine.

Cuyahoga Falls firefighter finishes mowing grass for patient

Cuyahoga Falls firefighter finishes mowing grass for injured resident.

  Cleveland Asian Festival returns this weekend for 10th year

It’s hard to believe that it has been 10 years, but the annual Cleveland Asian Festival is coming up again this weekend.

  Cleveland woman celebrates 100th ‘Walls of Love’ around the city

We are celebrating a huge milestone for one of Cleveland’s own: 100 “Walls of Love” all over the city.

  Cleveland Water Department corrects comical problem of hydrant blocking sidewalk

The basic story was pretty easy to tell, yet very hard to understand. Why would a contractor put a fire hydrant in the middle of a sidewalk?

  Special needs students in Cleveland and Canton finally meet after school year as pen pals

They might just have the handshake of the year.

Shaker Heights teen named U.S. Presidential Scholar

The Hathaway Brown senior is one of just 161 students nationwide selected for the prestigious honor.

  After 19 News report, Cleveland Water prepares to fix fire hydrant placed directly in middle of sidewalk

It is a photograph that defies logic. One that has triggered a huge reaction on social media.

Ted Nugent and ‘Yodel Boy’ slated to perform at this summer’s Stark County Fair

A rock 'n' roll musician and a viral sensation have been tapped to perform at this year’s 170th annual Stark County Fair in Canton.


Wheel of Fortune is coming to the Cleveland area & you could be a contestant!

  A million drivers in Ohio are under suspension, many don’t know they may be able to get their license back

It sounds unbelievable, but more than a million drivers across the state lose their licenses every year.

Should Cleveland stop observing Columbus Day? City Council members rally for change

Several of the city’s council members rallied Monday evening on the steps of Cleveland City Hall as a call to do away with Columbus Day.

Kidnapping survivor Michelle Knight to answer questions at public event in Woodmere nearly 6 years after escape

Michelle Knight is expected to field questions from the audience during a public book signing at the Woodmere Barnes & Noble location on May 11.

  Veteran says treatment at Cleveland VA Medical Center is unreliable; he is vowing to advocate for others

Startling number of suicides by veterans uncovered after suicide on the campus of the VA's Wade Park Medical Facility in Cleveland.

Cleveland Metroparks’ free water taxi on Cuyahoga River begins Mother’s Day

For the third year in a row, the Cleveland Metroparks water taxi that operates between the East and West Bank of the Flats will be free to passengers.

  Survivors of Violence in Ohio left to mourn and grieve long after the attention dies down

Attention is paid to victims of crime when something bad happens to them. But what about those left behind to deal with the long-term pain and trauma? To address that issue the Survivors of Violence 4 Conference and Concert is coming to Cleveland on Saturday, May 11.

Mothers get into Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for free on Mother’s Day

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is giving mothers free admission on May 12!

  City officials: No hacking, no ransom demanded in Cleveland Hopkins International Airport malware incident

Ransomware demand at the center of the Cleveland Hopkins Airport cyber attack.

  Shaker Heights woman receives seizure response service dog

Hannah and Rose will continue their training for the next 18 months.

  Faster 5G Ultra wireless service expands to Cleveland, Verizon announces

Verizon revealed on Thursday that the next generation of wireless technology will be available in Cleveland by the end of 2019.

Medina County Sheriff’s deputy who rescued 3 dogs last week, rescued an owl Thursday

Medina County Sheriff's deputy who rescued three dogs last week, now helped rescue an owl.

  See how Glenville is reshaping its future, brick-by-brick, with millions in new funding

The move is in an effort to boost economic growth and quality of life in one of Cleveland's most historic neighborhoods.

Opening date for Walnut Wednesday announced; Cleveland food truck event will now feature retailers

Downtown workers and residents can flock to Perk Plaza at Chester Commons along East 12th Street for lunch food from food trucks and live entertainment.

Moxie, the Restaurant to close after 22-year run; will reopen with new concept and menu

Long time Cleveland restaurant, Moxie, in Beachwood, will close this weekend.

  Cleveland condo owners have had it with contractor delays

Condo owners begin Facebook campaign after shoddy work not repaired by contractor.

  Asbestos-laden home finally demolished after neighbors in Cleveland complain

Asbestos-laden abandoned home finally demolished after repeated complaints.

Families turn out in droves for Wadsworth church helicopter egg drop

More than 2,500 parents and kids pre-registered for the event.

Protesters gather at Louis Stokes VA Medical Center, ask for the release of 3 beagles

A local surgeon offered the VA $6,000 to free the three beagles known as the Cleveland 3.

File your taxes for free Saturday at the Lakewood Tax Office

No appointment necessary!

  Refresh Collective uses creativity, clothing and culture to empower Cleveland youth

‘The Fresh Lab’ on West 54th Street and Denison doubles as a recording space and a storefront.

Last time a new home was built in Newburgh Heights astronauts were walking on the moon

Village hasn’t seen new home construction in 50 years, but that’s all about to change.

  Ohio gas tax hike will penalize communities that use speed cameras

Gas tax hike bill also sets limits on speed cameras and adds penalties for communities that use them.

  Cleveland home targeted by thieves after being rehabilitated for family in need

Thieves strip furnace, copper and water heater from home a non profit had completed for use as affordable housing.

  Gardening for good on Sunny Side Up: Unique urban farm in Willoughby helps train veterans

A Willoughby company is getting national recognition for its urban farm.

‘Excellent’ fishing forecast for Lake Erie in 2019, Ohio wildlife experts predict

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is predicting “excellent fishing opportunities” on Lake Erie in 2019.

Cedar Point offering ‘Wild Card’ pass for unlimited visits in May, June

Cedar Point announced their Wild Card promotion, which allows park visitors unlimited admission for less than $60.

  Avon sunflower field will live on for another summer to raise hope, and funds, for children battling cancer

Maria’s Field of Hope will lift spirits and raise funds for yet another year in Avon.

‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’ performed by late ‘Sax Man’ will be played across Cleveland for Indians home opener

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will pay special tribute to a late Cleveland icon known to perform downtown before Indians games.

Chick-fil-A is giving away free sandwiches to Cleveland Indians fans for home opener

Chick-fil-A is encouraging all Cleveland Indians fans to wear their team gear on Monday, April 1 for the home opener.

  Radicación de impuestos o “planillas” libre de costo

FINANZAS AL DÍA | Servicios de radicación de impuestos libre de costo

  Lorain dad killed by suspected drunken driver, troopers say

Lorain father dies after being struck by a suspected drunk driver while coming home from work.

Cleveland Clinic ranked second-best hospital system in the world

The Cleveland Clinic has established itself as one of the most revered health care systems in the world.

  Avon fundraiser for Friendship Animal Protective League helps pets go from “Wags to Riches”

The 10th annual “Wags to Riches” fundraiser for the Friendship Animal Protective League of Lorain County was a paw-some success.

Real-life version of board game Clue is coming to Cleveland this spring

Do you think you can solve a murder mystery based strictly off of the amount of British crime dramas you watch on Netflix? Now is your chance to play detective.

  2 Cleveland students win $5,000 for civic pitch to improve interactions at school

Karson Baldwin and Israel Kambomba recently secure $5,000 to expand their “One Respe” vision.

Sheriff’s office looking for vandal who damaged Medina County military monument

The Medina County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the person suspected of vandalising a military memorial at the York Township community park.

  Elementary school students give retiring South Russell police officer special goodbye (video)

Students and staff from Gurney Elementary School in Chagrin Falls gave a rousing salute to a retiring South Russell police officer.

  Beto O’Rourke makes presidential campaign stop at Cleveland bar

Less than a week after announcing his intention to run for president of the United States, Beto O’Rourke is expected to make a campaign stop in Cleveland.