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Anyone without health insurance can get a free COVID-19 shot through state and federal programs, the Ohio Department of Health said in a recent news release.
After appeals from county officials, the ADAMHS Board is rethinking its plan not to renew its contract to manage the diversion center.
Med students call on UH Medical Center to reconsider decision to end family medicine residency at main campus
Two weeks after University Hospitals Medical Center announced the decision to close the family medicine residency training program at its main campus, more than 160 Case Western Reserve University medical students wrote to UH officials this week expressing their concerns.
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Cuyahoga County Council members voted to approve the purchase of about 72 acres in Garfield Heights for the new county jail site.
Cleveland City Council cut two public commenters’ mics Monday. One of them for homophobic & antisemitic remarks.
On Sept. 25, Cleveland Zoning Board of Appeals approved the opening of a tattoo parlor on Detroit Avenue.
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Signal Cleveland’s Amy Morona believes higher education reporting is for everyone — it can be a gauge of the economic health of the region.
Najee Hall, Community Reporter for Signal Cleveland, goes on the record to explain his work and focus on providing trusted community news.
Nick Castele, government reporter with Signal Cleveland, explains why its important to follow news about your local government and politics.
The nonprofit internet provider – which has struggled to fulfill past promises – will have to sign up thousands of broadband users in the city to…
A new public-private partnership is joining the effort to get more of Ohio’s adult students to and through college. It’s the latest initiative aiming for residents…