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Sports, Going Green
Cleveland Heights City Council declared May Bike Month with events tonight and this Friday
The top two students were Andrew Bennett and Natasha Madorsky.
From youth sports to adult leagues, and teams on their way to the playoffs to those reminiscent of the Bad News Bears, Patch wants to see athletes of all ages in action this spring!
Cleveland Heights Planning Commission is considering changes to zoning that would allow sponsors to advertise on scoreboards.
The University of Cincinnati was selected 63rd overall
Police & Fire, Sports
Richard Lightbody, 65, would have crossed the finish line moments after bombs went off at Monday's race; makes it home safe with the help of two warm-hearted Boston-area residents
The run will raise funds for University Hospitals Iris S. & Bert Wolstein’s Kids Kicking Cancer Foundation
From Beachwood to Stow to Lakewood, Indians fans are tweeting about Opening Day. If you're viewing this on a mobile device, switch to desktop view.
Find the dates and times for every meet this season.
Find the dates and times for every match this season.
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