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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.
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Zack Bruell to appear on CBS This Morning 'Dish' segment
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Chef Zack Bruell is scheduled to be the featured chef on the cooking segment of "CBS This Morning Saturday." Bruell traveled this month to New York to be on the show, which is scheduled to air Saturday, March 24. That air date is subject to change.Despite Ohio's medical marijuana industry's rocky start, job excitement grows
HempStaff, specializing in medical marijuana recruiting and dispensary training, is selling out on training classes nationwide for the burgeoning legal marijuana industry, and Cleveland is no exception. But some experts say it may be too early to get excited.GUIDE | Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Northeast Ohio
Northeast Ohio has plenty of St. Patrick's Day celebrations happening, whether you want to go all out with green beer and costumes, or you just want to take in the parade. What: The parade steps off at 1:04 p.m. on Superior Avenue and E. 18th Street.Collision Bend Brewing, Great Lakes Brewing seek USA Today beer contest honors
Voting for the USA Today 10Best beer contests ends at noon Monday, March 19, with Collision Bend Brewing Co., Great Lakes Brewing Co. and the city of Cleveland up for honors in four categories.Matt Wiederhold building a legacy: Medina Local Legends
Unlike many Medina Local Legends, Matt Wiederhold was not reared in town, did not attend Medina High School, and has not lived here for decades; he has attained his legendary status in a relatively short period of time. Wiederhold came to Medina in 2008 to take the reins of the newly formed Main Street Medina , a group committed to "the preservation, economic sustainability, and evolution of the Historic District," and immediately brought about positive change in town.Bartender sentenced for serving underage woman who fell from balcony on St. Patrick's Day
A former bartender at a now defunct downtown Cleveland nightclub was sentenced Thursday to probation and community service for serving alcohol to a 20-year-old woman left permanently disabled after she fell from a second floor balcony on St. Patrick's Day last year. Carisa Buehner, 30, did not speak during the hearing and declined to comment after.Transfer of Cleveland's House of Correction prisoners to Cuyahoga County's jail begins as...
Transfer of prisoners from Cleveland's House of Correction to the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center began on Monday as part of a deal to regionalize jails in the county. The corrections center is part of the Justice Center in downtown Cleveland.'East Cleveland three' officially declared wrongfully imprisoned for 1995 murder
A judge on Thursday declared that three men were wrongfully imprisoned for nearly two decades for a 1995 murder they maintain they didn't commit. Laurese Glover, Eugene Johnson and Derrick Wheatt, who together have become known as "the East Cleveland Three," smiled and expressed relief as they posed for pictures with Judge Nancy Fuerst in her chambers.Cleveland man convicted in deadly gang shooting near East 4th Street
A judge on Thursday convicted a Cleveland man of taking part in a gang-related shooting on Euclid Avenue near East 4th Street in 2015. Daniel "Stink" Wingfield was found guilty of aggravated murder and several other charges in the drive-by slaying of 23-year-old Dexter "Deck" Mangham on the cusp of the city's flagship entertainment district.U.S. Marshals find alligator during arrest at Willoughby Hills home
Authorities arrested Robert Watson, 37, who was wanted by the U.S. Marshals for violating his parole stemming from a federal conviction of drug trafficking, the U.S. Marshals said in a news release. Investigators discovered the 3-foot-long alligator in a fish tank while conducting a search of Watson's home.Speeding Cleveland man with suspended license arrested: Brooklyn Police Blotter
It turned out that the Cleveland driver had a suspended license. While searching the SUV, police found a pipe inside a pack of cigarettes located in the man's front jacket pocket.What does no AJ McCarron in Cleveland tell us about Hue Jackson? Bud vs. Doug
Jackson wanted McCarron in Cleveland. The Browns instead made Tyrod Taylor their new quarterback, getting him from Buffalo.Cleveland Heights Charter Review board hears from Forest Hill Homeowners president
Les Jones says he's always viewed Cleveland Heights as a microcosm of what he wished the rest of the country could be. And the president of the Forest Hill Homeowners Association would certainly like to see that trend start with East Cleveland, since the historic neighborhood straddles the borders of both cities.Woman charged with theft suspected to be victim of a scam: Mayfield Heights Police Blotter
Officers responded to Best Buy March 5 for a report of a Cleveland woman, 19, trying to pick up an iPad that was purchased with a stolen credit card. The staff was aware of the fraudulent order because the person whose credit card had been used reported the incident at the North Olmsted store that day.Cleveland man begged for his life before he was fatally shot in dispute over pool game,...
The cousin of a Cleveland man who died eight days after he was shot outside a West Side bar following an argument over a game of pool said his cousin had his hands up and begged for his life before the gunman shot him. Nicholas Russell, 24, died at MetroHealth on Sunday, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office.Case Western Reserve student called about panhandler prior to officer stopping Cleveland...
A student at Case Western Reserve University contacted the university's police department regarding a man with missing teeth mumbling to himself and approaching students. This led a campus police officer to approach Cleveland City Councilman Kevin Conwell , who happened to be taking his daily walk through the area.Third Federal Savings offers new mortgage pre-approval that locks rate before home is chosen
Third Federal Savings in Cleveland has launched an unusual mortgage initiative on the eve of the spring home-buying season. Third Federal, one of Cleveland's largest lenders, is allowing prospective home buyers to apply for pre-approval now and lock in an interest rate for up to 60 days, even before there's a bid on a home.PJM seeks gas pipeline cooperation, asks FERC to 'encourage' sharing information with grid operators
PJM, the company that manages the high-voltage grid in Ohio, 12 other states and the District of Columbia, wants federal authorities to order close coordination between interstate pipeline companies and power grid managers. Coordination is now voluntary and PJM argues that the two systems must work closely as the number of gas turbine power plants grows.St. Patrick's Day weather forecast for Cleveland dives into 30s, at least with sunny skies
Clevelanders attending the St. Patrick's Day parade this Saturday will need to bundle up, but can ditch the snow boots at home. The temperature forecast continues on its downward path, with highs now dipping down to the mid 30s, while morning lows plummet to the low 20s.Fleet Foxes to perform folky summer Agora concert
The band is back on the scene after a four-year hiatus, and released its comeback album "Crack-Up" in late summer 2017. Now, it's performing in headlining spots at Coachella, Pitchfork Music Festival and Shaky Knees Festival.
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