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07/23/2021 06:03 AM
FirstEnergy to pay $230 million fine as more details emerge about HB6 bribery case: The Wake Up for Friday, July 23, 2021
FirstEnergy Corp. has agreed to pay a $230 million fine for its role in bankrolling the House Bill 6 scandal and peddling bribes to state officials. Read about this and other stories in cleveland.com's morning newsletter The Wake Up.

07/22/2021 10:02 AM
20 Things To Do in Cleveland This Weekend (July 22-25) - Ohio News Time
click to enlarge Grogshop.gs Indie rockers Meg and the Magnetosphere. Our weekly picks of the best things to do in Cleveland this weekend. Also check out our full Cleveland event calendar. THU 07/22 Meg …

07/22/2021 05:59 AM
20 Things To Do in Cleveland This Weekend (July 22-25)
Our weekly picks of the best things to do in Cleveland this weekend. Also check out our full Cleveland event calendar. THU 07/22 Meg and...

07/21/2021 06:08 PM
What’s coming up in Northeast Ohio starting July 23 – News-Herald - Ohio News Time
Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration via email to entertainment@morningjournal.com or entertainment@news-herald.com. You must include a phone number and/or web address for publication. Art Cleveland Museum of Art: 11150 East Blvd., presents  “From Caves to Tombs: Chinese Pictorial Rubbings From Stone Reliefs,” through Nov. …

07/21/2021 06:48 AM
Oster Services begins $3.1 million adaptive reuse project at St. James School and Rectory
When it comes to development in Lakewood, adaptive reuse is the name of the game.

07/21/2021 01:40 AM
The new Cleveland training program aims to change the face of development - Ohio News Time
Seronica Powell was in her mid-40s when she found a real estate bug. In 2019, she bought a two-family rental property from a Cleveland Eastside foreclosure. Then she acquired a vacant lot next door, a city-owned parcel. Last month she finally became a homeowner and rented it in the Tremont area for nearly 20 years. …

07/20/2021 04:11 PM
Theo's Java Club In Rock Island Is For Sale
Theo's Java Club will continue with normal hours during the transition.

07/20/2021 10:11 AM
Springfield commissioners to discuss employment incentive agreements, vehicle purchases at public meeting
Jul. 20—Springfield City Commissioners will be discussing this evening multiple employment incentive agreements in order to attract more businesses to the area. That includes conducting a first reading during their public meeting that will start at 7 p.m. That reading will be related to an ordinance that if passed will authorize the city manager to enter into an employment incentive agreement ...

07/20/2021 04:00 AM
Springfield commissioners to discuss employment incentive agreements, vehicle purchases at public meeting
Springfield City Commissioners will be discussing this evening multiple employment incentive agreements in order to attract more businesses to the area.

07/19/2021 05:14 PM
Unopened Super Mario 64 game from 1996 sells for $1.56M
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07/19/2021 09:01 AM
Cleveland Public Library kicks off West Park Branch renovations
The renovation of the West Park Branch of the Cleveland Public Library commenced Saturday (July 17) with a grand public ceremony befitting the much-loved, historic structure.

07/18/2021 10:56 PM
At least an inch of rain expected with today’s storms; flooding possible
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07/18/2021 04:00 AM
Apartment developers test market for flexible ‘micro-units' in Cleveland
Rick Maron and Russell Berusch are pitching their projects to travelers and tenants who don't have much baggage. A 29-unit apartment building rising on Larchmere Boulevard is the third iteration of a design that Maron believes has broad applications.

07/17/2021 08:04 PM
Biden speaks in a whisper to make a point
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07/17/2021 05:22 PM
Is the building historic? -Lima News - Ohio News Time
Cleveland, Ohio — The 22-story steel and concrete building on Public Square may seem historically insignificant. Not so with the small 8-unit apartments in the city’s Glenville district. Nevertheless, in the eyes of state and federal governments, they are “historical” or at least part of what is considered historic. The designation was a requirement for …