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Chris Ronayne urged the board of NOACA, a regional transportation planning agency, to slow down on giving a raise and contract extension to CEO Grace Gallucci.
Cleveland’s Office of Professional Standards is supposed to investigate complaints from residents, but employees say their complaints about their boss were ignored.
County Executive Chris Ronayne wants to build a $750 million new jail on a swathe of empty land in Garfield Heights. But two County Council members argue an industrial site in Cleveland could be cleaned up for the project.
Legalizing recreational marijuana in Ohio
Ohio’s new recreational marijuana law allows adults over 21 to grow six plants at home.
Passing Issue 2 was the first step in a process. There are a lot of details to work out, and some lawmakers are planning to make changes to the new law.
Ohio voters passed Issue 2, but it’s not quite time to light up in celebration. Implementing the new law will be a process. Here are answers to some of the questions we’ve heard, and we welcome more
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Cleveland Board of Control approved multiple contracts including trauma-informed professional development and a new police boat.
Public commenters urged council to pass a resolution in support of a ceasefire, talking about the local impact of Israel’s war on Gaza.
Cleveland will go from 17 wards to 15 following the 2020 census.
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Head of Cleveland police oversight agency on voluntary leave following employee complaints, resignations
Two employees resigned from the Office of Professional Standards citing Perez’s leadership as “abusive” and “careless.”
College student with kids in Cleveland? Here’s how to apply for affordable housing that offers help juggling it all
Apartments at the Louise C. Stokes Scholar House offer a place for student parents in college to live and receive wraparound services.
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Cuyahoga ranked second among Ohio counties based on the average weekly wages people working here earned, according to recently released federal data.