Northeast Ohio rally and vigil for mass shooting victims calls for reform

On Saturday night, dozens of Cuyahoga Falls residents gathered on the lawn outside the First Christian Church, calling for reforms that would reduce gun violence. The rally and vigil followed two deadly shootings, one in El Paso, Texas, and one in Dayton, Ohio, that killed nearly 30 people.

Prayers from Maria sunflower fields expected to bloom in a few weeks

Inspectors at Ohio State Fair shut down 5 rides — 1 permanently — after finding corrosion

New statues, education center honor Neil Armstrong in Ohio

  MLB and Make-A-Wish Foundation make All-Star dreams come true

Here’s all you’ll need for the 2019 MLB All-Star Week in the CLE

  Historic Shaker Square relying on community member input for renovation plans

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

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

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

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

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

  Cleveland remembers victims killed in Alabama tornadoes

  Cleveland celebrates Black History Month with ceremonial flag raising

Black History Month was celebrated with the 45th annual ceremonial flag raising at Cleveland City Hall.

  Cleveland’s Donut Fest gives a sweet treat to attendees and charity

Attendees satisfied their sweet tooth while contributing to a great cause with each ticket sold benefiting the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame offering free admission to any furloughed government employee

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame wants to provide a distraction for those affected by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

Cleveland Indians Tribe Fest 2019 hits it out of the park

The Cleveland Indians' seventh annual Tribe Fest hit it out of the park with the multitude of activities for all ages to see and do.

  Barber who used to be homeless helps out the less fortunate

Tribe Fest 2019 packed with activities for all ages will be the biggest yet

Flats East Bank offering Flat Out Free Parking

  Holiday spirit and ingenuity collide at Kringle’s Inventionasium Experience in Downtown Cleveland

  Winterfest lights up Public Square to kick off Cleveland holiday season

Put-in-Bay ‘Christmas in July’ canceled after unruly crowds overwhelmed island this past summer

Barberton Mum Fest still on display

Peak fall color is later this year for much of Northeast Ohio however in Barberton, two weeks after the annual Mum Fest the mums are just coming into their full glory.

  Akron doctor to receive ‘Never Give Up Award’ at Race for the Cure

This Satuday, Al Ciraldo will be at Akron's Komen Race for the Cure for the nineteenth year. The team he puts together, called Ciraldo's Crusaders, honors the memory of Ciraldo's wife, Debbie, who died in 2001 of breast cancer.

  Boo at the Zoo returns Oct. 12 to the Cleveland Zoo

Boo at the Zoo returns Oct 12 for three weeks

  Cleveland Botanical Garden daily butterfly release creates “amazing” experience

Thousands of butterflies have taken flight at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, but before they take flight visitors can hold them just hours or minutes after they have emerged from pupa.

Monarch Butterflies visit Cleveland’s Whiskey Island before fall migration

Monarch Butterflies stop on Whiskey Island before migrating south.

  Combat-tested warbirds soar at Akron's Props and Pistons Festival

The Props and Pistons Festival will be held this weekend at the Akron Executive Airport.

Free haircuts offered to students heading back to school

The "Cuts for Kids" program allows parents to save money on the cost of sending the kids back to school while giving Remington College students real world, hands-on experience.

  Many sprinting toward Komen Race For The Cure here in Cleveland

We're counting down to the 25th Annual Komen Race For the Cure this Saturday, where thousands of breast cancer survivors will run or walk to raise money for the organization.

  Komen Race for the Cure: Shelly's Soldiers in Pink paying it forward

It's hard to find anyone these days who's life hasn't been touched in some way by breast cancer.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces Asian Lantern Festival extension

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces Asian Lantern Festival extension The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announced it will extend the Asian Lantern Festival through Labor Day, September 3.

  Your Cleveland hot ticket weekend has dragons, luaus, graffiti and civil war

There are only a few weekends left before your summer fun is over so this week's Cleveland Hot Ticket is helping you to find the great events outdoors this weekend.

Spin for Din

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