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Founded in 1796, Cleveland became a manufacturing center due to its location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines. Eventually, the city diversified into the service economy. Cleveland's many immigrant groups have long played an important role in defining the regional cuisine, and, in 2007, Cleveland's culinary scene began to receive international attention. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Population: 478403
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer Courier
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL), Cleveland Indians (MLB), Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA),
Local Colleges: State UniversityCleveland State University, Case Western Reserve University

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Towns/Cities near cleveland, ohio : Lakewood, Brooklyn, Parma, Garfield Heights, Beachwood, Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights, Euclid, Mentor, Lyndhurst

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#ClevelandRising storylines continue after March Madness

But the fun doesn't stop yet, as we are less than two weeks away from the home opener at Progressive Field on April 10. #ClevelandRising storylines continue after March Madness But the fun doesn't stop yet, as we are less than two weeks away from the home opener at Progressive Field on April 10. Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1bHtvRh But the fun doesn't stop yet, as we are less than two weeks away from the home opener at Progressive Field on April 10. CLEVELAND -- Cleveland has had a fantastic last few days downtown as the economic impact is expected to be between eight and $10 million for the March Madness games hosted at Quicken Loans Arena.

Police find sleeping man with arrest warrant: Brecksville Police Blotter

Warrant, Brecksville Road: On March 21, police were called to True North on Brecksville Road regarding a man sleeping in his car. The gray Ford Taurus was found in the back of the parking lot near the service garage bays.

St. Patrick's Day reveler arrested for drunken driving: North Royalton Police Blotter

Drunken driving, Royalton Road: On March 18, a weaving dark green Chevy Monte Carlo traveling westbound on Royalton Road caught the attention of police. While talking to the Cleveland driver, the officer smelled booze.

Little Sisters of the Poor leaving the Cleveland area

A home for the elderly run by a group of Catholic nuns is moving to Pittsburgh, the group announced this month. The Saints Mary and Joseph Home -- operated by the Little Sisters of the Poor -- is relocating because they no longer have enough nuns to remain fully staffed, a release on the group's website said.

New Ground Theatre Festival at Cleveland Play House to feature Eric...

Cleveland Heights playwright Eric Coble inside Broadway's Booth Theatre, where his play, "The Velocity of Autumn," opened in April 2014. Coble's world premiere comedy "Fairfield" headlines the 2015 Cleveland Play House New Ground Festival and rounds out the CPH 2014-15 season.

Project will trace history of punk music in North Lincolnshire

Ben, 25, who hails from Barnetby, said: "If people are unearthing old punk from everywhere from Cleveland, Ohio, to Yugoslavia why not the bands that came out of North Lincolnshire?" The next edition to be released in April will focus on an album called Household Shocks, released in 1980 by two Scunthorpe musicians, Chris Leaning and Paul Singleton, on their own Stark Products label. It was recorded at the Studio Playground and The Drone in Manchester with the support of the late BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel.

How one Cleveland police officer's lawsuit gives public rare view of department's disciplinary process

In the past five years, Cleveland police officer Aaron Reese has twice been suspended from duty and accused of steroid use and fraud. Prior to being hired in 2009, he was accused of child abuse and civil rights violations.

Demonstrators march for justice in Downtown Cleveland

Demonstrators march for justice in Downtown Cleveland Small, dedicated crowd march for police policy reform Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1CjRMph Cleveland Clergy Alliance and about 25 other organizations marched from the Free Stamp to the steps of City Hall while chanting "All Lives Matter" on Saturday. The groups are pressuring Mayor Frank Jackson and City Council to reform police policy.

The Sound of Ideas: Weekly Regional Round-up

Ohio's governor won't say he's campaigning for President but it looks that way. John Kasich is just back from the early primary state of New Hampshire and is packing for Iowa.

Champagne Under the Chandelier caps Cleveland Week of Wine

Cleveland Week of Wine culminated its festivities in festive fashion with bubbly during Friday night's Heinen's/WVIZ Champagne Under the Chandelier. It capped a week of wine tastings and seminars as part of a fundraiser for WVIZ.

Prosecutor defends murder case conviction

Former prosecutor says he didn't wrongly put men behind bars Three East Cleveland men stayed behind bars for 20 years for a crime they said they never committed. Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1CifjqC March 27, 2015: Three East Cleveland men stayed behind bars for 20 years for a crime they said they never committed.

Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder among special guests at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has revealed special guests for the 30th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, who will be present April 18 at Cleveland's historic Public Hall. They include: Tickets to the ceremony are sold-out, but a limited number of VIP packages are still available by calling 216-515-1232 or emailing development@rockhall.org.

Cleveland Gladiators open season by topping Tampa Bay Storm, 60-44

Shane Austin threw seven touchdown passes as the Cleveland Gladiators opened their Arena Football League season with a 60-44 victory over the Tampa Bay Storm on Friday in Amalie Arena. Goodman, who led the league with 156 receptions for 1,671 yards and 34 touchdowns last season, finished with nine catches Friday for 94 yards.

Woman pleads not guilty in hit-and-run of downtown valet

Woman pleads not guilty in hit-and-run of downtown valet Cummings was said to have driven off after striking the valet and running him over. Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1bD9482 CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The woman alleged to have been driving the vehicle that struck and injured a valet at The 9 on East Ninth Street about 6 p.m. Feb. 28 appeared in Cleveland Municipal Court Friday.

Ideas: Kasich for President? NCAA in Cleveland, Road Paving

Our panel discussed Governor Kasich's travels to S. Carolina, New Hampshire and Iowa; funds for road paving, and 2 cases of police shootings.

Jim Brennan murder suspects sentenced; missing Cleveland baby...

Cleveland police and paramedics check on Kemyra Foust, the missing 6-week-old child found safely on the city's East Side Friday morning. Cuyahoga Common Pleas Judge Maureen Clancy today sentenced the four men who pleaded guilty to the shooting of Jim Brennan, owner of popular Cleveland Heights bar Brennan's Colony.

Preview April's Better Homes and Gardens, shop Cleveland Botanical Garden book sale and hear speaker on mushrooms: Home and Garden News

NEW ON NEWSSTANDS: The April 2015 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine is the Garden Issue, which is on newsstands now. Spring entertaining: There might still be a chill in the air, but hothouse colors, beautiful blooms, and lots of candlelight give deck and patio party season a warm welcome.

Amber Alert | Baby missing in Cleveland

Missing 6-week-old Cleveland girl CLEVELAND -- Police are searching for a 6-week-old girl early Friday. Stay with WKYC as this story develops Check out this story on WKYC.com: http://on.wkyc.com/1bAAV93 March 27, 2015: WKYC's Tiffany Tarpley tracks breaking news from the city's east side on E. 133th Street near Superior.

VIDEO: Summit Artspace's 'Self & Others' seeks to bend the definition of portrait

From carefully framed portraits of people to almost abstract shots, to individuals in heavy makeup to doll heads, "Self & Others: The Photographic Portrait" at Summit Artspace highlights a range of portraits from the traditional to photographs where a human being is hard to discern. A number of local photographers including Brad Hart, Cuyahoga Falls artist Cheryl Townsend, Ed Suba, and Don Parsisson, will be showcasing their interpretation of a portrait in the exhibition.

Men imprisoned for murder set free after almost 20 years

Three men who spent almost 20 years in prison for a murder they say they didn't commit are home with their families Thursday. Men imprisoned for murder set free after almost 20 years Three men who spent almost 20 years in prison for a murder they say they didn't commit are home with their families Thursday.

Time Warner Cable bundles in Cleveland , Ohio

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Time Warner Cable in Cleveland , Ohio, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

The local fans of Cleveland Angels (MLB), Cleveland Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Cleveland need to be connected all the time

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Cleveland , Ohio, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

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