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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.
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL) Cleveland Indians (MLB) Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University
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Ex-prosecutor who investigated firefighter shift trading could head Cleveland police...
Cleveland wants to hire a former federal prosecutor as the next superintendent of the police department's Internal Affairs Unit, sources told cleveland.com. The city seeks to hire Ronald Bakeman, who worked at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Cleveland for 28 years, as it works to come into compliance with a 2015 police reform agreement it reached with the Justice Department.Uncle set to testify against nephew who faces death penalty in Cleveland double slaying
An uncle is expected to testify against his nephew, who faces the death penalty if convicted of the execution-style killing of his longtime friend and the friend's roommate during a 2016 robbery at an apartment in Cleveland's warehouse district. James Johnson and an unknown assailant burst into the eighth-floor apartment of Johnson's longtime friend Rashaad Bandy in search of money and drugs, prosecutors said.SWAT teams responds to Cleveland home after man says he killed relative, police say
A man who told Cleveland police that he killed a family member is barricaded inside of a home on the city's West Side, according to officials. A SWAT team stationed itself outside the home in the 4300 block of Archmere near West 45th Street in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood, Cleveland police Det.Crash closes down Interstate 77 in Cleveland
The northbound lanes of the highway remain completely closed down to traffic near Interstate 490, Cleveland police Det. Reginald Lanton said.Dave Matthews Band announces 2018 tour, will crash into Cleveland in June
The rock band will release a new album this summer, the first it has put out since 2012's "Away From The World." On June 2, it will perform at Blossom, 1145 W Steels Corners Rd, Cuyahoga Falls.The Believeland Moment of the Year Award for 2017 is a warm memory for Cleveland sports fans
There was no championship to dominate the voting for the Believeland Moment of the Year in the 2017 Cleveland.com Sports Awards. Along the way, there was a historic Indians streak, a NBA record setting performance, an "immaculate inning" pitched at Progressive Field, an amazing Ohio State comeback, another Cy Young Award secured, a tremendous night of high school basketball and more baseball memories that will last a lifetime.Broadview Heights will add bike lane to Avery Road, perhaps Wallings Road
Cleveland Council President Kevin Kelley, left, has rejected a request ex-Councilman TJ Dow, right, made just before leaving office that would have transferred more than $731,000 in development money earmarked for his Ward 7 to another ward across town. Kelley questioned whether the move was in the best interests of Ward 7 residents.( CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland Council President Kevin Kelley has rejected ex-Councilman TJ Dow's request to transfer $731,000 in development money earmarked for his Ward 7 to another ward across town.Fleeing man falls through frozen lake, is found unresponsive
Authorities say a man suspected of fleeing a crash apparently ran onto a frozen Ohio lake, fell through the ice, and was unresponsive when rescuers pulled him from the water more than an hour later. The man was taken to a hospital Monday afternoon after rescue teams retrieved him from a small lake in the Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights.Dilapidated house demolished, Everhart family rejoices: A Greater Cleveland
Isaac Everhart is clearing breakfast dishes when he hears the unmistakable rumble of heavy equipment outside his Slavic Village duplex. For Isaac, the sound is as joyous as church bells.Fatal Cleveland police shooting bolsters arguments that moonlighting officers should wear body cams
One thing is clear, though: the shooting highlights exactly why body-camera proponents says officers should wear them on either on- or off-duty shifts, and why more police departments across the country are requiring moonlighting officers to wear the cameras. The shooting happened at the Corner Alley bowling alley on Euclid Avenue and Ford Drive about 11 p.m. Saturday.Cleveland teenagers train to become future police officers
Rasheeda Ivory wants Cleveland residents to see police officers the way she sees her father. The 17-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. High School student hopes one day she'll show them by wearing a uniform and a badge herself.A new study found that 700 Amazon employees in Ohio are on...
It's likely most of those receiving the benefits are part-time workers at Amazon's large warehouses in Columbus. A new study by Policy Matters Ohio - a nonprofit policy research organization focused on issues that impact low-income residents - found that as of August, more than 700 Amazon employees that live in Ohio also draw benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program , or the modern-day equivalent of food stamps.A visual history of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visits to Cleveland
With today being Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we decided to look at the civil rights leader's ties to Northeast Ohio. You'll find a photos of his visits here - and the memorial services that followed his death in 1968 - in the gallery above.Party with Seafair at The Cleveland Sessions launch at Music Box on Feb. 5
After a year-long hiatus, Seafair is back on Cleveland's music scene and in the spotlight once again. The alternative band first returned in August to headline the Roar Along The Shore festival.Rap group Migos to host Cavs-Warriors after party in Cleveland
Popular rap group Migos will host an official after party for the game at Medusa Restaurant & Lounge on St. Clair Avenue. The Platinum selling hip-hop act behind the hits "Bad and Boujee," "T-Shirt" and "MotorSport" have been making the rounds of nightclub appearances around the country.Cleveland blues bassist Afi Scruggs premieres 'Life Is A Teacher'
The musician, who regularly performs at Cleveland churches, had two reasons for formally picking up the string instrument. First, she liked the way the instrument was tuned, and thought she could make decent music on it fairly quickly.
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