Ohio COVID-19 hospitalizations drop to lowest level since last June (Read more)

Bill to give local control over wind and solar projects making its way through Ohio legislature (Read more)

2 mass shootings, 35 hurt, 3 dead: A weekend of violence adds to Cleveland’s increasing problem of gun violence (Read more)

Moderna applies for full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine

About 200,000 Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines are set to expire in about two weeks unless they’re given to Ohioans, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday. (Carl Court, Associated Press file photo)AP

Ohio must use 200,000 Johnson & Johnson coronavirus shots by June 23 or they’ll expire, DeWine says (Read more)

Ohio coronavirus cases up 255, search for cases by ZIP code: Monday update (Read more)

Study finds risk of reinfection low for at least 10 months; average COVID-19 hospitalization for seniors costs $22,000: Coronavirus update for June 7, 2021 (Read more)

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One man is in custody after he shot two people, killing one, in a Sunday-evening shooting in Cleveland’s Corlett neighborhood.

Euclid man dies after two men are shot in Cleveland, suspect arrested (Read more)

One dead, another hurt in one of several weekend shootings in Cleveland (Read more)

Warrensville Heights man killed in Cleveland shooting (Read more)

For Greater Cleveland restaurants, finally a dose of hope, optimism – and uptick in business (Read more)

Cleveland City Council swears in Marion Anita Gardner to replace indicted Councilman Ken Johnson (Read more)

Cleveland targets $2.7M toward youth jobs, keeping them out of trouble and aiding re-entry when they falter (Read more)

Apartments in Cleveland’s Midtown neighborhood to go on site of dilapidated mansion dating back to 1850s (Read more)

Cleveland City Council OKs financial packages to help finance projects for property redevelopment (Read more)

Cleveland City Council approves land donation for new Woodland Avenue library branch (Read more)

CWRU alumni give $7.5 million to Case Western Reserve University for research into Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis (Read more)


The owner of Roundwood Manor, seen here in a 2016 file photo, gets another chance in court to fight a decision by the village of Hunting Valley to not allow her to transform the historic mansion into condominiums.

Owner of Roundwood Manor in Hunting Valley gets another chance to fight for plan to turn historic mansion into condos (Read more)

Solon Schools’ goal for next year: full in-person learning for all students (Read more)

Bay Village Schools looking forward to ‘normal’ school year (Read more)

Avon Board of Education hires new principal for Heritage Elementary School (Read more)

Longtime director of Village Project in Bay Village steps down; new director hired (Read more)

North Royalton, Strongsville to receive grants for electric vehicle-charging stations (Read more)

Preview tour of new Westlake Community Services and Senior Center an eye-opener (Read more)

Longtime administrator named principal of Solon Middle School (Read more)

Summit Metro Parks to unveil $1.5 million Summit Lake Nature Center July 1 (Read more)

Ohio Senate budget proposals include changes for Ohio Medicaid, daycare centers, anti-abortion pregnancy resource centers (Read more)

After visit to Eastern Europe, Sen. Rob Portman urges President Biden to get tough with Russia (Read more)

Biden’s proposed budget would boost Great Lakes money (Read more)

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