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Kent State University has received a $1 million gift from alumnus George Newkome, a former University of Akron administrator. [Read More]
Jack Cleveland Casino's revenue for April increased by $500,000 due to an error by the Ohio Casino Control Commission, a commission spokeswoman said Wednesday. [Read More]
The Huntington Convention Center and Global Center for Health Innovation are hosting a job fair for part-time employees on May 14. [Read More]
Cuyahoga Community College draws many students who are determined to earn a degree despite challenges. [Read More]
A two-year renewal of one of Cuyahoga County's health and human services taxes won strong support of voters. [Read More]
Cleveland Heights council member Cheryl Stephens defeated incumbent Cuyahoga County Council member Michael Houser in the District 10 Democratic primary. [Read More]
Cuyahoga County Council District 10 incumbent Michael Houser and Democratic primary opponent Cheryl Stephens have nearly the same number of votes. [Read More]
A two-year renewal of Cuyahoga County's a health and human services is receiving strong support by absentee voters. [Read More]
About 20 percent of registered voters in Cuyahoga County have cast a ballot in the primary election as of 5 p.m. [Read More]
Case Western Reserve University is committing $1 million to a new student success initiative. [Read More]
Jack Cleveland Casino had the lowest April revenue in its history and was the only one of four casinos and seven racinos in Ohio to... [Read More]
Cuyahoga Community College has established a dual admission partnership with Bowling Green State University. [Read More]
University of Akron President Matthew Wilson is no longer leading the school, but will continue to be paid his $450,000 a year salary as president... [Read More]
The Virginia Marti College of Art and Design will be renamed the North Coast College on May 30. [Read More]
The University of Akron and its new neighbor, Stark State College, are discussing collaborations that are expected to benefit both schools. [Read More]
Boards of elections will be open Saturday and Sunday for early voting for the May 8 primary election. [Read More]
As the number of children in custody continues to increase, Cuyahoga County is seeking more adults to serve as foster parents. [Read More]
Kent State University researchers have received a $2.7 million grant to study how to best identify and treat depression and anxiety caused by a trauma. [Read More]
Construction of the third of four stages to complete the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail in Cleveland will begin in June. [Read More]
Hiram College is creating what it calls the "new liberal arts," a reconfiguration aimed at update its academic focus, attract students and reduce debt. [Read More]
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