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Police & Fire
Here are some of the weirdest police reports and incidents from departments across the region. The best of the blotter.
JDI Realty senior vice president says the company may split up the more than 9,000-square foot space into separate storefronts.
The Heights High football team was undefeated going into the game Friday night.
Make your reservation now to join Patch and Nighttown and see the candidates spar.
The play chronicles the rise of HIV/AIDS in New York City in the early '80s.
The Ohio Department of Education says the new method of calculating graduation rates is a more accurate measure, but Superintendent Doug Heuer said it penalizes districts for students who take longer than four years to graduate.
We asked you to tell us your favorite songs from the '60s, and we created a Spotify playlist.
A portrait of the Cuyahoga County prosecutor as he leaves the post he's held for 14 years
Check out the fall foilage from the comfort of a rail car in Independence
Cleveland Heights Police arrested the South Euclid man Sept. 18 and charged him with robbery.
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