News Aggregator Archive 8 (7/6/13 – 12/28/13)

Ohio’s Utica Shale Spurs Job Growth (Akron Beacon Journal)


Top Ohio Republicans Face Down Intraparty Critics (Associated Press/ABC)


In Blue-Collar Toledo, Ohio, a Windfall of Chinese Investment (New York Times)


Governor Kasich Seeks More Tax Cuts to Get Ohio Moving Faster(Cincinnati Enquirer)


Ohio’s Major Cities Making Big Play for 2016 Political Conventions(Huffington Post)


Pepper’s Persistence Propels Him Into Ohio Attorney General’s Race(Cincinnati Enquirer)


Few Cases of Voter Fraud Pan Out in Ohio (Lancaster Eagle Gazette)


Mysterious Clean-Energy Initiative Heading for Ohio Ballot in 2014(Associated Press/Business Week)


Communities Surrounding University Circle Look at Merging Economic Development Districts (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Colleges Have Eye on Future Drone Jobs (Columbus Dispatch)


Cincinnati Streetcar Plan Pits Desire For Growth Against Fiscal Restraint(New York Times)


A Leader Emerges in Ohio House Speaker Race (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Northeast Ohio Maufacturing Exports Better Than Before 2008 Recession Levels (Plain Dealer)


Use Cleveland-East Cleveland Merger to Build a Regional Approach to Problem-Solving: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Slay Ohio’s Gerrymander: Editorial (Toledo Blade)


To Flee Ohio Oil Boom, Some Amish Cash Out by Selling Royalties(Reuters)


State Auditor Dave Yost Questions East Cleveland’s Future; City Audits Sound Alarms (Plain Dealer)


U.S. Economy (GDP) Expands at 4.1%; Fastest Pace Since Late 2011(Associated Press/Toledo Blade)


Job Promises Unfulfilled By Many Companies Getting State Aid(Columbus Dispatch)


Yes Virginia, There is No Clause: Jack Robinson (Plain Dealer)


University Hospitals and UnitedHealthcare Collaborate on Accountable Care Organization-ACA (Plain Dealer)


Governor Kasich Outlines 2014 Wish List (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland City Schools Next to Last in U.S. Tests (Plain Dealer)


Move Silicon Valley to Cleveland (Slate)


How Serious is Todd Portune About a Run For Ohio Governor (Plain Dealer)


Democrat Ed FitzGerald May Have a Primary Opponent in Race for Governor (Plain Dealer)


How the Common Core is Changing How Kids Learn in English Class(StateImpact)


Fate of Air Base in Mansfield Ohio Reflects Larger Battle Between Active Duty and Reserves (Washington Post)


General Motors to Invest Nearly $1.3 Billion at 5 Plants in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio (Detroit News)


Ohio Medicaid Expansion Ballot Initiative Withdrawn (Columbus Dispatch)


Political Opposites, Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman Come Together for Ohio (Mansfield News Journal)


Pittsburgh’s Convention Center Opened 10 Years Ago. It’s Gorgeous. And Expensive. And Underperforming (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Cuyahoga County May Resurrect Contracting Advantage For Minority and Women-Owned Businesses (Plain Dealer)


The Next Ohio Legislative General Assemby Session May Be a Doozy: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Ed FitzGerald Still Has a Chance to Become Governor, But It Just Got Slimmer: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


County Elections Officials Split on Merits of Ohio’s Early-Voting System(Plain Dealer)


Cincinnati is Close to Overtaking Cleveland as Ohio’s Largest Metro Economy (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Fifth-Third Bank Could Shift One-Third of Branches to Self-Serve(Cincinnati Business Courier)


At Least 25% of Students Risk Failing Test to Get to Fourth Grade(Dayton Daily News)


Reading Scores Drop Across Ohio as State Changes Third-Grade Test(Akron Beacon Journal)


More Than 31,000 Ohio Students Receive Private-School Vouchers(StateImpact)


1.3 Million Will Lose Unemployment Benefits After U.S. Congress Adjourns For the Year Without a Vote (Plain Dealer)


Federal Cuts Increase Concerns About Hunger and Homelessness in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Obamacare Enrollment Up, But Still Slow in Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Falls to 40th in U.S. Health Rankings (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Ranks Among the Least-Healthiest States (Dayton Business Journal)


Eric Kearney Out as Ed FitzGerald’s Running Mate (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Lieutenant Governor Candidate Eric Kearney Quits Ticket(Politico) 


Tea Party Leader Takes First Step Towards Challenging Gov John Kasich in GOP Primary (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Endorses Armond Budish For County Executive (Plain Dealer)


8 Northeast States Sue Over Pollution From Midwest (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Civil Rights Journalist Up for Congressional Gold Medal (Plain Dealer)


Average Dominion Gas Bills May Be Lower This Winter (Plain Dealer)


Kent State Study Shows Students Always on Phones Less Happy, Do Worse in Class (Plain Dealer)


As School Districts Attempt to Implement Mandated Teacher Evaluations, Ohio Legislature Toys With More Changes (Akron Beacon Journal)


Anatomy of Detroit’s Decline: Interactive Feature (New York Times)


Detroit Ruling Opens Door to Potential Pension Cuts Across the Nation(Los Angeles Times)


With Armed Forces Scaling Back, Pennsylvania Youths are Often Disappointed (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


In Pennsylvania, Shale Job Numbers are Hard to Pin Down (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Happy Birthday: Cincinnati Celebrates its 225 Years (Cincinnati Enquirer)


10 Things That Put Cincinnati on the Map (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Ohio Battles to Care for the Mentally Ill (Toledo Blade)


Cleveland’s Renewal Begins With the State: Thomas Bier (Plain Dealer)


Art and Commerce Collide at Detroit Institute of Art as Collection is Held Hostage by Detroit’s Bankruptcy (Detroit News)


Ohio Pulls Plans to Comply With Federal ID LawOhio Drivers Licenses May Not Be Good Enough Identification For Airplanes or Federal Buildings (Columbus Dispatch)


Sports Economists Weigh In On Cleveland Browns/FirstEnergy Stadium Deal (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Shale Gas Boom Closer Than Many Realize (Plain Dealer)


Nelson Mandela is Dead (Associated Press)


Nelson Mandela, South African Icon of Peaceful Resistance, is Dead(New York Times)


Comparing the Midwestern States…from Michigan’s Perspective(Detroit News)


Is the “Opportunity Corridor” a Missed Oportunity? What Must Happen For the New Roadway to Live Up to Its Name (Freshwater)


10 Questions With Dr. Steve Nissen, MD – Cleveland Clinic(MedPageToday)


What Happened to Ohio’s Economic Rebound? (WKYC)


Having More College Graduates is Critical to NE Ohio’s Prosperity, University of Akron’s President Says (Plain Dealer)


Worst Rollout of the Year? Ohio Candidate Owes $1 Milion in Back Taxes(Washington Post)


Ohio Republicans Offer Alternative to Failed Gov. Kasich Plan for Oil and Gas Severance Taxes (Columbus Business First)


Report: Seven in 10 Students Graduate From College With Loans; Average Debt on the Rise (Washington Post)


Cleveland Startup Hopes to Shape Today’s Kids into Tomorrow’s Scientists (Plain Dealer)


Jobs Numbers Show “Troubling Trend” and Eric Kearney Meets the Press: Henry Gomez-Ohio Political Roundup (Plain Dealer)


If Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA) is Overturned, a Case Western Reserve University Professor Gets the Credit (Plain Dealer)


Lorain Avenue on Cleveland’s Near West Side Becoming a Key Battleground Over Clashing Visions of the City’s Future: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Considers: Is Energy Efficiency Worth the Money? (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Bill Revamps Ohio Teacher Evaluations (Columbus Dispatch)


Texting While Driving Law Presents Challenges to Police, Courts (Plain Dealer)


Messy Running Mate Rollout Tests Ed FitzGerald’s Political Mettle: Analysis (Plain Dealer)


Eric Kearney, Ed FitzGerald’s Lieutenant Governor Pick, Should Quit the 2014 Campaign: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Laws Headed for a Vote(Plain Dealer)


Fracking Industry Wants to Move Its Waste Down Ohio River on Barges, But Faces Opposition (Plain Dealer)


U.S. 15-Year Olds Slip in Global Rankings (Wall Street Journal)


Euclid Council Supports Wind Energy Project (News-Herald)


Solar Firms Prove Costly Investments in NW Ohio. Tens of Millions Wasted on Fledgling Industry (Toledo Blade)


Ohio Auto Dealers Seek to Stop Tesla From Selling Direct to Consumers(Columbus Dispatch)


Kearney Pick Heaps Scrutiny on Ed FitzGerald’s Campaign For Governor and More: Henry Gomez (Plain Dealer)


Early Voting Legislation a Disservice to Ohio Voters: Ellis Jacobs, Miami Valley Voter Protection Coalition (Plain Dealer)


Early Voting Legislation Would Bring Relief to County Elections Boards: Ohio Sen. Frank La Rose (Plain Dealer)


Ohio College Students Face Rising Debts (StateImpact)


Ohio Republicans Target Common Core (Marietta Star)


The Dirty Stadium Deal is Done: Roldo Bartimole (Cleveland Leader)


Browns Should Rebate $30 Million to Cleveland: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


FirstEnergy Stadium Lease: Bad Deal For Cleveland or Better Than Most? (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Municipal Income Tax Reform Proposal Wins Praise and Scorn(Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s “Smartest” Colleges Revealed (Dayton Business Journal)


Global Cities are Prosperous Cities; Researchers Say Cleveland Must Welcome the World (Plain Dealer)


Peter B. Lewis Challenged Others to be Their Best (IdeaStream)


Cleveland City Council Approves Financing For Upgrades to Browns/FirstEnergy Stadium (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Job Numbers Put State Behind Remainder of Nation (IdeaStream)


Right vs. Left in the Midwest: Opinion (New York Times)


Ohio Politics Roundup – 11/25/13 (Plain Dealer)


YouTube Videos Critical of Toledo Create Angst and Calls For Action(Toledo Blade)


Since 2005, Cincinnati’s Airport Has Lost More Flights Than Any Other Major U.S. Airport (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Peter B. Lewis Dies, One of Cleveland’s Most Successful Business Leaders (Plain Dealer)


Get Going on Redistricting Reform: Editorial (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Urban Decay to be Replaced With Farmland in Detroit (


Historic Ohio Village to be Spared (Columbus Dispatch)


The JFK Assassination 50th Anniversary: Front Pages From the Plain Dealer and Other Newspapers (Plain Dealer)


Save Thanksgiving From Commercial Creep: Sheryl Harris (Plain Dealer)


How Shoppers Will Ultimately Decide if Retalers Keep Opening on Thanksgiving (Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s Common Core Opponents Vent Their Concerns at Statehouse Hearings (Plain Dealer)


Growth in Ohio Cities Slowed During 2013 (Columbus Dispatch)


Research Collaborative Finds Shale Oil and Gas Jobs Exaggerated(Youngstown Business Journal)


Port of Cleveland Seals Deal to Bring Container Shipping to the Great Lakes (Plain Dealer)


Ohio House Approves “Stand Your Ground” Gun Legislation (Toledo Blade)


Great Lakes Water Levels Rise, But Not Enough to Ease Concerns(Associated Press/Plain Dealer)


Black Leaders Cool Towards Ohio Democratic Candidate For Governor Ed FitzGerald (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Asks Council to OK $2 Million a Year For 15 Years to Fund Browns Stadium Project (Ideastream)


In Ohio, 95% of Kids Have Health-Insurance Coverage (Columbus Dispatch)


Former City Council President George Forbes Says Cleveland Should Merge With East Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Merger With East Cleveland Could Add 17,000 People to Cleveland(Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga County Councilman Jack Schron Expected to Run in 2014 for Cuyahoga County Executive (Plain Dealer)


William Howard Taft Gets New Respect From Dorris Kearns Goodwin in Her New Book (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Study Finds Lakewood is the Most Walkable Large City in Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Can Ohio Governor Kasich Win Again? (Marietta Times)


Pittsburgh Suburbs Suffering Poverty at High Rate (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Ohio’s State School Board Shifts Emphasis From Traditional Public Schools to Parent-Driven Choice (Akron Beacon Journal)


How Chicago Debt Exploded (Chicago Tribune) 


In Ohio, Business Groups Lead the Crusade for Immigration Reform(Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Browns Need to Reveal Stadium Financing Game Plan: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)


Debate Heating Up Again Over Voter ID in Ohio (Ideastream)


Redistricting Changes Are Crucial, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted Says (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Secretary of State Makes Pitch For Overhaul of Ohio’s Redisctricting Process (Plain Dealer)


Ohio House Passes Municipal Income Tax Reform Bill (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Clinic to Help Former National Football League Players With Brain Health (Plain Dealer)


Sequestration Could Cause Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton to Lose 6,000 Jobs in Next Year: Congressman Mike Turner (Dayton Daily News)


Ohio’s Role Key in Likely Record Corn Harvest (Toledo Blade)


Demolition Underway on School Where Protestor was Crushed by Bulldozer in 1964 (Plain Dealer)


November 12, 1913: Great Lakes Storm Batters Greater Cleveland(Plain Dealer)


Ohio Colleges Attracting More International Students (Associated Press/Toledo Blade)


Greater Cleveland RTA is Riding Wave of Momentum (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Legislative Fix Not in Sight For Ohio’s Redistricting Controversy(Lancaster Eagle Gazette)


They Gave an Election and Almost No One Came: David Kushma, Editor(Toledo Blade)


More and More, Students Having Trouble Paying Back Their Student Loans (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Task Force Focuses on Lake Erie’s Toxic Algae (Toledo Blade)


Lake Erie Algae Bloom Crisis Challenges Agribusiness to Change (Eye on Ohio)


Ohio Students’ Reading, Math Scores Not Improving (Columbus Dispatch)


Financial Ratings Agency Standard & Poor’s Downgrades Cuyahoga County’s Credit Rating (Plain Dealer) 


Economy a Messy Issue in Ohio Governor’s Race (Columbus Dispatch)


Kevin Kelley Will Replace Martin J. Sweeney as Next Cleveland City Council President (Plain Dealer) 


Gund Foundation Awards $2 Million to Kickstart Completion of Towpath and Lake Link Trails (Plain Dealer)


New “Common Core” Standards Forcing Changes in Ohio Schools (Plain Dealer)


Inside the Common Core English Classroom: Showing the Evidence(Plain Dealer)


GOP Lawmakers in Ohio Under Fire For Supporting Medicaid Expansion(Los Angeles Times)


The Passion of Young Cleveland (Atlantic)


Ohio Voters Approve 60% of the 192 Schools Levies on Yesterday’s Ballot; the Highest % Since 2009 (Columbus Dispatch)


Greater Cleveland School Districts Win Half Their Requests For Tax Increases (Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga County Election 2013 Results For Local Races and Issues(Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Beats Challenger Ken Lanci For City’s Top Job (Plain Dealer)


Voters Approve All Three Cuyahoga County-Wide Levies (Plain Dealer)


Voters Soundly Defeat Columbus School Levy (Columbus Dispatch)


Part Time, Full Load; A Glimpse Into the Struggles of Cleveland State’s Part-Time Faculty (Cleveland State Cauldron)


Big Things Are Starting in NE Ohio, Thanks in Part to Accelerators(Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Ohio’s Political Process Has Been Stolen From Us. It’s Time to Take it Back: David Kushma, Editor (Toledo Blade)


Want to Be Ohio Governor? Here’s How (Columbus Dispatch)


The Flaws Behind the Issues That Confront Voters on Ohio Ballots: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Shipping Containers at Center of New Retail Strategy for Downtown Cleveland’s Warehouse District (Plain Dealer)


Food Stamp Cuts a Major Setback for Some (Toledo Blade)


Cleveland Entreprenuership Week Aims to Spread the Start-Up Scene(Plain Dealer)


“Skills Gap” Crippling Ohio Business, Prospective Workers (Cincinnati Enquirer)


The Cleveland-Cuyahoga Port Authority is Asking for a Levy Renewal — So What Does the Port Even Do? (IdeaStream)


Ohio Among the Leaders in Using Student Performance to Evaluate Teachers (Akron Beacon Journal) 


Cleveland School District Expects to Fill Still-Open Teaching Positions After More Than 350 Hopefuls Pack Job Fair (Plain Dealer)


Chicago Innovations That Changed the World: “Reversing the Chicago River” (Chicago Tribune)


Cleveland Clinic Moving 700 Jobs to Beachwood; Will Cost Cleveland over $1 Million Per year (Plain Dealer)


Enormous Lowering of NRG Power Plant’s Valuation Will Cost Avon Lake School Millions (Lorain Chronicle Telegram


Ohio Sen. Tom Patton Testing the Waters for a County Executive Race(Plain Dealer)


Ohio Traffic Deaths Could Hit Record Low (Columbus Dispatch)


Berea Teen First Republican to Announce Run for Cuyahoga County Executive (Plain Dealer)


Consol Energy Ready to Expand Natural Gas Production in Utica/Marcellus Fields; Sell Off 1/2 of Coal Production (Youngstown Business Journal)


First Evidence of Grass Carp Reproduction is Found in Great Lakes(Plain Dealer) 


Shaker Heights Looks to Crack Down on Drivers Using Cell Phones(Plain Dealer)


Ohio Governor Defies G.O.P. With Defense of Social Safety Net (New York Times)


Fish Farming a Growth Industry for Ohio? (Mansfield News Journal)


Public College Enrollment Drops in Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland Transit System Points Way For Detroit Rail Project (Detroit Free Press)


Natural Gas Knocking Other Energy Sources Off Perch (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Clueless on the Detroit Mayoral Campaign: Nolan Findley (Detroit News)


Double Dipping Ignores State Budget Reality: State Sen Rex Demschroder (Plain Dealer)


Botanical Garden’s Use of Wade Park Land Draws Legal Ire of Jeptha Wade’s Ancestor (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Why the Ohio General Assemby’s Erosion of Home Rule Rights Matters on Main Street: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Welcoming Refugees is Paying Off For Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Senate GOP Leaders Seek Income Tax Cut Using Savings From Medicaid Expansion (Plain Dealer)


Mary Rose Oakar Isn’t on the Ballot, But She’s Campaigning Hard Against Cleve Councilman Joe Cimperman: Michael K. McIntyre (Plain Dealer)


By a Two-to-One Margin, Columbus Voters Want Armed Police in Columbus Schools: Poll (Columbus Dispatch)


Port of Cleveland to Offer First Scheduled Cargo Service Between Great Lakes and Europe (Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga County Judges Sending Far Fewer Felons to Prison (Plain Dealer)


4-Point Agenda For New Cincinnati Mayor: 1. Create Jobs – Editorial(Cincinnati Enquirer)


4-Point Agenda For New Cincinnati Mayor: 2. Attract More Residents – Editorial (Cincinnati Enquirer)


4-Point Agenda For New Cincinnati Mayor: 3. Fix the Budget – Editorial (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Apple Co-Founder Wozniak Inspires at Annual Knight Lecture at Univ of Akron (Akron Beacon Journal)


Common App Glitches Causes Issues For Some University Applicants(Ohio State Lantern)


College Tuition Increases Have Slowed, But Families Still Paying More, Report Says (Plain Dealer)


Lawsuit Filed to Stop Medicaid Expansion in Ohio (Dayton Daily News)


New Little Italy-University Circle RTA Station Seen as Transit-Oriented Development Spark (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Governor Puts State Politics Before Presidential Hopes(Washington Post)


Public Officials Working to Save 1000+ Jobs at Ben Venue Laboratories in Bedford (Plain Dealer) 


Port of Cleveland Sees Strongest September in Years as European Shippers Seek Midwestern Markets (Plain Dealer)


Vote Expands Medicaid; Opponents Vow to Sue (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Controlling Board Votes to Expand Medicaid (Plain Dealer)


Ohio OKs Medicaid Expansion (Politico)


Plain Dealer Endorsements and Discussion About the 4 Cuyahoga County Charter Amendments (Plain Dealer)


To Fill Euclid Avenue “Gap”, Cleveland Planners Pin Hopes on County Headquarters, Hotels and Heinen’s (Ideastream)


Both Cleveland Mayoral Candidates Grew Up on Woodland Avenue, But Couldn’t Be More Different Today (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Ohio Officials: Shale Drilers, Report Your Chemicals (Cincinnati Enquirer) 


It’s a Fair Bet The Ohio Controlling Board Will Expand Medicaid: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Gov. Kasich Hopeful That Controlling Board Will OK Medicaid Expansion (Toledo Blade)


“Hell With the Lid Off” to Most Livable – How Pittsburgh Became Cool(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Ohio Pushing Local Governments Toward Self-Reliance (Marion Star)


Some Top Ed Fitzgerald Aides Already Planning Their Next Move (Plain Dealer)


Stormwater Concerns Swell in Northeast Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Flats East Bank Developers Secure $92 Million Loan From Citibank(Plain Dealer)


UPS Continues Switch to Natural Gas For Its Trucking Fleet; Announces 9 New Liquified Natural Gas Fueling Stations Including One in Toledo(Toledo Blade)


House Republicans May Sue Over Gov. Kasich’s Medicaid Expansion(Columbus Dispatch)


Will Never-Ending Cycle of Ballot Tax Issues Wear Down Voters? (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Gov. Kasich is Doing the Wrong Thing For the Wrong Reasons in Wrong Way: Kevin O’Brien (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Police to Suspend 63 Officers After Fatal Car Crash (Reuters)


Fate of Ohio Medicaid in Hands of Seven Men (Cincinnati Enquirer)


In Struggle With Weight, President William Howard Taft from Ohio Used a “Startlingly” Modern Diet; It Didn’t Work in 1905 Either (New York Times)


CWRU Professor Creating Free Online Course For Entreprenuers (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Seeks Stream Pollution Limits to Fight Algae (Canton Repository)


Algae Blooms in Lake Erie Becoming a Threat to Drinking Water(Associated Press/Plain Dealer)


30 Years: Pittsburgh Moves From Heavy Industry to Medicine, Tech, Energy (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Out-of-State Students Drive Michigan University Enrollment (Detroit News)


Many Teens Taking a Pass on a Driver’s License (USA Today)


Cleaner, Greener Cuyahoga River has a new Problem: Popularity (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Medicaid Expansion Move Angers Opponents (Plain Dealer)


Geis Brothers Plan for Ameritrust Complex is Rescuing Two Cleveland Architectural Landmarks (Plain Dealer)


Gov Kasich Announces That He’ll Bypass Legislature in an Attempt to Expand Medicaid in Ohio (click on newspaper)

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Plain Dealer Voter Guide for 2013 Election (Plain Dealer)


Big Lagoons Could Hold Ohio’s Fracking Waste (Columbus Dispatch)


Activists to Fight Ohio’s Wastewater Rule Allowing Storage Pits (Akron Beacon Journal)


Why We Endorse in Political Contests: Editorial (Plain Dealer)


Is Obamacare Really to Blame for Cuts at the Cleveland Clinic and Other Hospitals? (Plain Dealer)


Government Shutdown’s Consequences Creep Into Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)


Effects of Government Shutdown in Ohio Scattered (Dayton Daily News)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Tested by Years of Dysfunction or Scandal in Police, Fire and Water Departments (Plain Dealer)


Libertarians and Others Criticize Bill Outlining Ohio Ballot Rules(Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Bill Would Ban Red-Light Cameras (Toledo Blade)


Name Game in Judicial Contests Does a Disservice to Ohio Voters: Maureen O’Connor, Chief Justice Ohio Supreme Court (Plain Dealer)


Judge Approves Federal Class Action Deal to End Jailing of Suspects Without Bond, Court Appearance (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Sec. of State Husted to Send Absentee Applications to All Voters for the 2014 Election (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Suburbs Let Regionalism Enter Through the “Back Door”(Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s Law Schools Draw Fewer Students in Lawyer Glut (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland’s Climate Action Plan Boils Down to Conservation and Efficiency (Plain Dealer)


Improving Cleveland’s Lakefront Part One: The Toronto Model (Inside Business)


After Years of Hurdles, Cleveland’s Medical Innovation Center Opens(Plain Dealer)


30 Years of Change: A Portrait of Pittsburgh in 2013 and How Much it has Evolved Since 1983 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 


30 Years of Change: Locals Say Pittsburgh’s Problems Still Seem the Same (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Guarding Ohio’s Referendum Process: Marilou Johanek (Toledo Blade)


Expert Praises Cleveland Plan For Climate Change Action; Climate Change is Real: NREL Director (Plain Dealer)


What Governors Can Do About Jobs, Kasich Could be Doing Better: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Ohio OKs Electronic Filing For Businesses (Columbus Dispatch)


Universities Battle For Students in Northeast Ohio (Plain Dealer)


The $100 Million “Western Reserve” Cuyahoga County Government Economic Development Fund. What is it? How Does it Work?: An Analysis (Plain Dealer)


Three Cleveland Medical Innovations Bound for Great Things (Fresh Water)


Opportunity Corridor Plan Rolled Out in First Public Hearing (Plain Dealer)

Ohio House Bill Seeks Tougher Rules on Young Drivers (Plain Dealer)


Parks Closed, Michigan Tourism Takes a Hit as Federal Government Shutdown Begins (Detroit Free Press)


Ohio: “Ground Zero” For Nation’s Obamacare Debate (Politico)


Westlake Residents and Businesses to Face Steep Fees For City’s Defection From Cleveland’s Water Department (Plain Dealer)


St. Clair Avenue is Poised For Revival as Cleveland’s Next Example of “Creative Placemaking”: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


CSU’s Wolstein Center Still Struggling; Losing $1 Million Per Year (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Area Federal Workers Brace for Government Shutdown (Plain Dealer)


Government Shutdown: What You Need to Know (CNN)


Shale Drillers Must Report Chemicals Used (Columbus Dispatch)


A Plentiful Harvest of Voter Issues May Be About to Come Ohioans’ Way: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


How the Affordable Healthcare Act Will Affect Ohioans (Columbus Dispatch)


Insurers in SW Ohio Are Jumping at the Chance to Compete in New Health Insurance Marketplaces (Dayton Daily News)


Toledo Misses the Boat on Great Lakes Cruises (Toledo Blade)


Is Ohio’s Economic Recovery Slipping? (Toledo Blade)


Construction Industry in NE Ohio is Back on Solid Ground (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cincinnati Facing a Fiscal Reckoning; Not Many Budget Balancing Tricks Left (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Competition Keen For Open President’s Chair at Three Ohio Universities (Akron Beacon Journal)


Detroit’s Bankruptcy: Broken City, Broken Management (Detroit Free Press)


Federal Government Shut Down Would Have Serious Repercussions (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Scant Ohio Dept of Insurance Information on Obamacare; Rollout on October 1 (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Expanding Use of Portable Traffic Cameras to Catch Speeding Drivers (Plain Dealer)


Speed Limits Go Up on Some State Roads Next Week (Columbus Dispatch)


West Side Market’s Shortsided Venders: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)


Interactive Maps Show Fallout From Financial Crisis on Downtown Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Can Cleveland Realize the Benefits of Opportunity Corridor?: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


More Ohio High School Students Receive College Credit From AP Classes (Columbus Dispatch)


The Cleveland Schools Have Made Progress, Just Not Enough, Says District CEO Eric Gordon (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Debates Keeping Its Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Mandates (Plain Dealer)


Healthcare Exchanges Set to Go on October 1; Cleveland Area Will Have 45 Options (Plain Dealer)


Health Insurance Exchanges Offer Plenty of Choices (Columbus Dispatch/Chicago Tribune)


Best Cleveland Mayor in Past 50 Years? 4 Journalists Weigh In: middle of page (Plain Dealer)


Charter Schools in Ohio Performed Far Worse Than Traditional Schools on Most Recent State Report Cards (Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s Gas Boom is Still in the Future, Says CSU Economist (Plain Dealer)


Slavic Village, Devastated by the National Housing Crisis, is Fighting its Way Back (Plain Dealer)


Whose Team Is It? Cleveland Sports and Sinful Taxes (Belt Magazine)


West Shoreway Conversion to Boulevard Gets Funding, is Set to Begin in the Spring (Plain Dealer)


Bike Trails Could Be Hub of Activities and Economic Growth in Cincinnati (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Underground Silos For Missile Defense Could Bring Jobs to Portage County (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cleveland Based Startup Accelerator Helps Usher Ideas to Market (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland HealthLine Gives More Development Payback Than Other Transit Corridors, Study Finds (Plain Dealer)


The Debate Over Immigration as Seen From Cleveland Over the Years: Edward Miggins (Plain Dealer)


Embracing the Middle Ground on Immigration Reform: Andrew Doehrel and Tim Burga (Plain Dealer)


Lake Erie Wind Turbines Viable, Say Engineering Firms With North Sea Experience (Plain Dealer)


Ohio State University Sets Up Recruiting Center in Terminal Tower (Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga Count, MMPI Grew Apart; Coming Split Reflects Divergent Paths (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Ohio City is Home to Market Optimism (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Ohio Insurance Market to Open; Turmoil Abounds (Toledo Blade)


Cleveland Schools Deserve a “Z” for Dismal on Latest Report Card: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Interview With Toby Cosgrove (9.20.13) Who Discusses the Affordable Healthcare Act -5 minutes (CNBC)


Conservative Groups Cry Foul Over Ohio’s New Restrictions on Referendum Petitions (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Job Numbers: What Gov John Kasich and Challenger Ed FitzGerald Are Saying About Them (Plain Dealer)


Oil, Gas Case Challenging State Authority Over Drilling Goes to Ohio Top Court (Youngstown Repository)


University Hospital Breaks Ground For $30 Million Proton Therapy Center (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Toxic Algae Strike Ottawa County Water System; Threat Prevalent Across Ohio (Akron Beacon Journal)


Celebrating Charles F. Schweinfurth, Premier Architect of Cleveland’s Gilded Age: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


Most Ohioans Believe in Global Warming, But Fewer Think Humans are Cause: Survey (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Incomes Stay Flat in 2012, Census Data Show (Mansfield News Journal)


Lorain Land Bank Called “Wildly Successful”, Awaiting More Money (Lorain Journal)



Florida Developer Hopes to Start Construction on 177-Unit Apartment Building at East 97th and Chester; Calls Supply and Demand “Totally Out of Whack Right Now” (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Challenger Ken Lanci Trade Verbal Jabs at City Club Debate (Plain Dealer)


How Chattanooga Beat Google Fiber by Half a Decade (Washington Post)


Cleveland School District Faces Tough Choices to Reduce the Cost of its School Construction Project (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Clinic Budget Cuts Will Result in Early Retirements, Possible Layoffs (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cleveland Clinic to Cut $330 Million From Next Year’s Budget; May Cut Jobs (Plain Dealer)


Toledo Area Poised to Double Exports by 2014 According to Brookings Institution (Toledo Blade)


Shaker Heights is Getting First “Fiberhood” in Northeast Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Utica, Marcellus Shales Are Ripe With Natural Gas to Benefit Ohio, Pennsylvania (Akron Beacon Journal)


Who Should Pay to Spiff Up FirstEnergy Stadium for the Browns?: Editorial Board (Plain Dealer)


Bowling Green City Council Unanimously Passes Ban on Fracking; Ordinance Strength Untested (Toledo Blade)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Vows He “Won’t Be Burned Again” in His Efforts For Oversight of Charter Schools (Plain Dealer)


Ed Fitzgerald: MMPI to be Out as Convention Center, Medical Mart Operator (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Student Performance Tied to Poverty (Canton Repository)


Plastics, Including Microbeads From Beauty Products, Might Pose New Threat to Great Lakes (Akron Beacon Journal)


Hundreds of Ohio Bridges Deficient (Associated Press/Elyria Chronicle Telegram)


Partnership to Boost Local Construction Talent is Created (Plain Dealer)


Athletics Cost Colleges, Students Millions (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Should JobsOhio be Viewed as Public or Private? Some Points and Counterpoints in the Debate (Plain Dealer)


How Detroit Went Broke: The Answers May Surprise You (Detroit Fr. Press)


Ohio Soybeans, Corn Could Set Record High Yields (Mansfield News Journal)


Medicaid Expansion Clears First Hurdle For 2014 Ballot (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Higher Fracking Tax Would Protect Communities From Infrastructure Costs of Oil and Gas Drilling: State Rep Bob Hagan (Plain Dealer)


Increased Fracking Tax Could Send Gas Companies Packing: Thomas Stewart, Oil and Gas Assoc. (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Chief Justice O’Connor Pitches Ideas to Reform How the State Chooses Judges (Plain Dealer)


Great Lakes Program Inspires Rare Bipartisanship (ABC)


Cleveland Clinic Hopes to Build Hotel on Euclid Avenue Church Land (Plain Dealer)


Heinen’s Plans Downtown Grocery Store in Former Ameritrust Complex at 9th and Euclid (Plain Dealer)


Local Manufacturers Have Jobs They Can’t Fill Because of Skills Gap (Plain Dealer)


Camp Revenna in Portage County is Being Considered as Missile Defense Site (Plain Dealer)


Hispanic Roundtable Chair Bemoans Primary Defeats of Cleveland’s Only Hispanic Council Candidates (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Puts 5 On List of Power Plants For Worst Carbon Dioxide Emissions(Columbus Business First)


Study Says Ohio Power Plants 2nd-Most Polluting in U.S. (Elyria Chronicle-Telegram)


Cleveland Schools Hiring “Superstar” Teachers Who Get Urban Students (Plain Dealer)

Opportunity Corridor, 2nd Innerbelt Bridge Projects Get Go Ahead From Turnpike Commission (Plain Dealer)


Millenials Slower to Leave the Nest (Canton Repository)

Ohio Gov. Kasich Wants Able-Bodied Adults to Work for Food Stamps (Columbus Dispatch)

High School Dropouts Struggle to Find Jobs in Ohio; Earn Less Than High School Graduates (Canton Repository)

Efforts to Brand Milwaukee as Water Technology Hub Reach Milestone (Milwaukee Journal)

Volunteers Go Door to Door to Help Public Understand Healthcare Law (Plain Dealer)

While Pittsburgh’s Produce Terminal Shutters, Other Cities Are Ramping Up (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Cleveland’s Economy May Get Boost as International Students Flock to CWRU (Plain Dealer)

Federal Requirement to Get Health Insurance Kicks in January 1, 2014 (Akron Beacon Journal)

Toxic Algae Blooms Moving East Into Lake Erie’s Central Basin; Unhealthy Levels Found in Drinking Water (Akron Beacon Journal)

School Districts to Get Shorted (Plain Dealer)

A Transcendent Vision For the Continent’s Greatest Fresh Water Asset: Editorial (Plain Dealer)

Drillers in Ohio Increasingly Shifting to Southern Counties (Akron Beacon Journal)

Ohio Legislators to Pursue U.S. Balanced-Budget Law (Columbus Dispatch)

Can the Cleveland Clinic Save Its Hometown? (Forbes)

70 mph on Ohio Rural Highways Helps Ohio Companies Compete: Ohio Sentator Tom Patten (Plain Dealer)

70 mph on Ohio Rural Highways Will Result in More Pollution and Fatal Accidents: Jack Shaner-Ohio Environmental Council (Plain Dealer)

Report: U.S. Fish Won’t Survive Warmer Water (Columbus Dispatch)

Ohio’s Construction Industry Sees Shortage of Skilled Workers (Dayton Business Journal)

Process to Get Medicaid Expansion on Statewide Ballot Begins (Columbus Dispatch)

Retirement Boom in Columbus Area Paves Way For New Teachers (Columbus Dispatch)

Medicaid Covered 38% of Births in Ohio in 2011 (Toledo Blade/Akron Beacon Journal)

Cleveland Lakefront RFQ Documents Reveal Details About Potential Projects, Development Teams (Plain Dealer)

In the Battle of Lake Erie Re-Enactment, Bet on the Yanks to Win Again (Plain Dealer)

50 Years and Counting: Mansfield Frazier (Cool Cleveland)

After Firestorm, Michigan Right-to-Work Law Has Had Little Spark (Detroit Fr. Press)

Ohio Charter Schools’ Failed Promise (Columbus Dispatch)

Elementary School Whose Construction in 1964 Led to Demonstrations and the Death of Rev. Bruce Klunder Will Be Torn Down (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor Presses For Court Reforms (Plain Dealer)


Avon Lake Ponders Deer Overpopulation Problem (Plain Dealer)


Group Gathers Signatures For Medicaid Expansion Ballot Initiative(Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Prisons Facing Inmate Population Spike (Associated Press/Akron Beacon Journal)


Thousands of Greater Clevelanders Pledge to Pay a Little More for Wind-Fueled Power From Lake Erie Wind Turbines (Freshwater Cleveland)


Ohio Medicaid Expansion on Backburner; No Legislative Sessions Scheduled Until October (Plain Dealer)


Akron Artists, Filmakers, Musicians Use “Crowdfunding” Websites to Find Patrons (Akron Beacon Journal)


Highest-Scoring High School in Northeast Ohio is Early College at John Hay (Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga County Executive FitzGerald and Prosecutor McGinty End Turf War Over Law Director (Plain Dealer)


Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” Speech April 28, 1963 Lincoln Memorial Washington D.C. (YouTube)


Michigan Senate Passes Medicaid Expansion After Compromise (Detroit News)


Finally Some Ohio Politicians Are Taking About Creating Civility: Editorial(Plain Dealer)


Ohio School Report Card Results Again Trend With District Income(Plain Dealer)


Columbus Wants In on the Midwest Rail Renaissance(


Cleveland Scene Magazine Put on the Selling Block By Parent Company(Crain’s Cleveland Business)


“Guerrilla Stripers” Add Bike Lanes to Detroit Avenue in Cleveland to Protest Slow City Action (Plain Dealer)


Former Gov. John Gilligan of Cincinnati Dies at 92 (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Former Gov. John J. Gilligan Dies (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Project Revives Debate in Buffalo on Lake Erie Wind Turbines(Buffalo News)


Memories Still Vivid For Cleveland Area Women Part of 1963 March on Washington (Plain Dealer)


Coal Contributors Target Ohio GOP Legislators, Governor (Huntington Herald-Dispatch)


Columbus as a Tech Magnet Has Strong Draw (Columbus Dispatch)


Sales Tax Set to Rise Statewide on September 1; 0.25% Increase(Toledo Blade)


Cleveland State University Freshman Class 15% Larger Than Last Year(Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur at Cleveland City Club: August 16, 2013(Cleveland City Club)


High-Performing School Districts Face Tough Challenges on New State Report Cards (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Shale Still Not Creating Promised Jobs (Plain Dealer)


Extending Sin Tax for Stadium Improvements is Unfair: Alan Glazen(Plain Dealer)


Sin Tax Extension is Vital to Preserving Cleveland’s Sports Venues: Carol Caruso (Plain Dealer)


Just 26 Percent of ACT Test-Takers are Prepared for College(Washington Post)


Cleveland’s Tow-Truck Law Raises Home-Rule Questions (Columbus Dispatch)


School Districts Worry About Today’s Report Card Release (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Ohio School Districts Brace For New Report Cards (Associated Press/Akron Beacon Journal)


Five Groups Throw Hats Into Ring to Redevelop Cleveland’s Lakefront(Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cargill Stops Mining Under Lake Erie Out of Safety Concerns (Plain Dealer)


Kasich, FitzGerald Nearly Tied in Race for Ohio Governor, Survey Finds(Plain Dealer)


Political Analysts Upgrade John Kasich’s Re-election Chances Againat Ed FitzGerald (Plain Dealer)


Wildcatter McClendon Bets Big on Ohio Shale (Wall Street Journal)


Clifton Blvd Project a Go; Groundbreaking in September (Plain Dealer)


Average Bill For Natural Gas in Ohio Last Year Lowest in 10 Years(Toledo Blade)


3 New E-Schools OK’d After State Ban is Lifted (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Politicians to Address Their Own Divisiveness With Help of National Civility Group (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cuyahoga County Safety Forces Move Cautiously Towards Regionalization (Plain Dealer)


Columbus Mayor Coleman Demands Changes to Boost Police and Fire Diversity (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio’s Last Indian Tribe Was Forced Out in 1843 (Columbus Dispatch)


Changes in Store as Ohio Warms (Marion Star)


Cleveland Again Favored as a Headquarters Town (Plain Dealer)


Northeast Ohio Grows as a Base for Headquarters (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Term Limits Make Legislative Supremacy an Almost-Impossible Dream: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


How Obama’s Health Plan Will Affect Ohioans – Four Real Cases (Plain Dealer)


Health Insurance Exchanges in Ohio to Offer Plenty of Choice(Cincinnati Enquirer)


Strapped For Money and Staff, Hundreds of Ohio School Districts Unprepared For Third-Grade Reading Guarantee (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Gains 5,300 Jobs in July; Unemployment Rate Stays at 7.2% (Plain Dealer)


Court: Michigan Right-to-Work Law Must Cover Unionized State Employees (Detroit Fr Press)


Ohio’s Kasich Seeks a Softer GOP (Wall Street Journal)


State of Ohio Still Unsure What This Year’s High School Freshmen Will Need to Pass to Graduate (Plain Dealer)


Ohio State University’s Record Class of Out-of-State Students; Out-of-State Revenue Set to Equal In-State Tally (Columbus Business First)


Ohio Could Save and Expand Medicaid, Study Says (Columbus Dispatch)


Analysis: Medicaid Expansion Cheaper Than Current Ohio Plan(Cincinnati Enquirer)


Blackout Affecting 50 Million People Less Likely Today (Plain Dealer)


Port of Cleveland Saw Business Jump in July as More International Ships Arrived (Plain Dealer)


The More We — as Small Communities — Get Together, the Happier We’ll Be: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Ohio is Only State in U.S. to Not Require Immunizations for Preschoolers(WKYC)


Rocky River High School Students in Line for Wireless Access From Personal Devices (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Teachers Face New Challenges This School Year (Associated Press/News Herald)


Toledo Named Top Minor League Baseball Market (Toledo Blade)


“Reset” By Plain Dealer is Puzzling to Many in Industry (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cleveland’s Apathetic Politics: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Times Are Changing For Local University Presidents (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


University of Akron’s Graduation Rate is Awful: Bob Dyer (Akron Beacon Journal)


Great Lakes Positioned to Be “Ground Zero” in Water Conflicts(Minneapolis Star Tribune)


Ohio State Senator LaRose’s Proposal Would Allow Ohioans to Register to Vote Online (Plain Dealer)


Arms Race in Ohio (Sandusky Register)


Political Analysts Upgrade John Kasich’s Re-election Chances Againat Ed FitzGerald (Plain Dealer)


Honda to Invest $215 Million to Expand Ohio Engine Plant, Build Training Centers (Detroit Fr Press)


Euclid to Dedicate New Million Dollar Fishing Pier, First Phase of Lakefront Development (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Absorbed Federal Cuts to Health Programs, But Fears Many More Cuts Ahead (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Gov. Kasich and His Opponent for Governor Ed FitzGerald Differ on State of Ohio’s Economy (Coshocton Tribune)


Fighting Ohio’s Algae Problem (WOSU)


Chicago Sees Pension Crisis Drawing Near (New York Times)


Ohio Farmers Hoping For Late Fall; Land Prices Strong (Mansfield News Journal)


Appraisal Ordered of Detroit Institute of Art Collection, Raising Fears of Liquidation (Plain Dealer)


Immigration Road Show Hits Cleveland, Pushing For Reform (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Feels Betrayed by Ohio Department of Education Over Charter School Approvals (Plain Dealer)


“Captain America” Pays Cleveland More Than $210,000 For Movie Shoot(Plain Dealer)


Ohio Won’t Promote Obama Health Plan, So Advocates, Polticians Say They Will (Plain Dealer)


The Blackout, 10 Years Later: Could it Happen Again? (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Ohio Economy: Comeback or Train Wreck? (Cincinnati Enquirer)


How Cleveland Lured Young Professionals Downtown (Atlantic)


Castro Horror Story Ending: Editorial Cartoon (Plain Dealer)


Immigration Reform Would Boost Ohio Economy, White House Says(Plain Dealer)


Megabus Now Operates Out of RTA Transit Center Near CSU (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Legislators Try to Repeal Common Core School Standards(Columbus Dispatch)


Plain Dealer Executes Layoffs as Era of Daily Delivery in Cleveland Nears End (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Gov. Kasich Has Big Fundraising Lead Over Challenger Ed FitzGerald (Plain Dealer)


U.S. House Restores $150 Million in Great Lakes Cleanup Money at Request of Rep. Dave Joyce (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Plain Dealer “Eliminated the Jobs of Approximately 50 Journalists” (Poynter)


Columbus Bike-Share Program Up and Running (Columbus Dispatch)


Third Federal Profits Increase by More Than 16-Fold as Mortgage Industry Continues to Improve (Plain Dealer)


Motown’s Financial Blues Don’t Ring True in Cleveland (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Plain Dealer is Delivering Bad News to Small Advertisers (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Natural Gas Use by Power Plants Helps Keep Smog Down (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Cancels Property Tax Rollback (Toledo Blade)


Franklin County (Columbus) Heading for Financial Squeeze, Experts Say(Columbus Dispatch)


National Great Lakes Museum in Toledo Expected to Open Next Spring(Plain Dealer)


Taking Back Our Streets: Mansfield Frazier (Cool Cleveland)


Kasich is Widening His Road to Re-Election: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Megabus Adds More Cleveland Arrivals, Departures, Becomes Vital Midwest Hub (Plain Dealer)


Making Sense of Cleveland’s Good and Bad News (NPR)


Advocates for Poor Fear Congress Will Kill Tax Credit Used For Developing Low Income Housing (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Healthcare Startups Lead Midwest in Investments (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cleveland the Leading Target for Healthcare Investment in Midwest(Plain Dealer)


Cleveland’s New Convention Hotel Could Bring Life to the Mall and Connect a Disconnected Downtown (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Needs One More Thing to Get More Movies Filmed Here(WKYC)


Remembering the Past – The Stature and Statue of Tom L. Johnson(Cool Cleveland)


Ohio to Be Hands-Off in Spreading Information About Federal Healthcare Law (Associated Press)


Cuyahoga County Council Talks Charter Amendments (Plain Dealer)


Great Lakes Cleanup Money is Slashed by U.S. House Spending Panel(Plain Dealer)


A Growth Strategy For Detroit, Post-Bankruptcy (Detroit News)


Gov. John Kasich Says Opportunity Corridor in Cleveland Should Get State Cash (Plain Dealer)


School Voucher Programs Expand, Giving Ohio More Programs Than Any Other State (Plain Dealer)


The Glenville Shootout – 45 Years Ago But Somehow Today: Roldo Bartimole (Cleveland Leader)


RTA’s Joe Calabrese: Transit Can Drive NE Ohio to a Denser and More Prosperous Future (Plain Dealer)


A Matter of Opinion: The Future of Coal (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Families Forced to Cope With the Rising Cost of College (Columbus Dispatch)


Kasich Says Ohio Medicaid Expansion Inevitable (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Feds Showing Little Enthusiasm For Detroit Bailout (Detroit News)


Ohio House Resurrects “Stand Your Ground” Bid (Toledo Blade)


John Kasich, Ed FitzGerald and the Politics of Ohio’s Jobs Numbers(Plain Dealer)


Report: Ohio’s Fracking Protections Fall Short (Cincinnati City Beat)


Billions In Debt, Detroit Tumbles into Insolvency (New York Times)


Detroit Files For the Largest Municipal Bankruptcy Case in U.S. History(Detroit News)


Nuclear Energy Too Expensive to Compete, Independent Economist Argues (Plain Dealer)


Merger of Moreland Hills, Orange, Pepper Pike and Woodmere Off the Table For Now (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland is Rare City With Two Honor Roll Hospitals; an Honor Shared By Only Four Other U.S. Cities (Plain Dealer)


Algae Threatens Lake Erie Tourism (Toledo Blade)


Lake Erie Algae Content Expected to Double Over Last Year(WCPN/Ideastream)


Proposed Passenger Rail Line Between Columbus and Chicago Would Cost $1.3 Billion to Build (Columbus Dispatch)


Oil, Gas Industry Shell Out Big Money to Defeat Ohio Fracking Tax(Cincinnati Enquirer)


Cleveland’s Startup Community is Growing Into Something Big, Study Says (Plain Dealer)


Detroit Bankruptcy Clock Ticking (Detroit News)


Cincinnati City Leaders Worry That 872-Room Millennium Hotel is a Drag on City’s Convention Business (Cincinnati Enquirer)


With Richard Cordray’s Future Now Set, Ed Fitzgerald Now Controls His Own Destiny in Ohio Governor’s Race: Analysis (Plain Dealer)


Groups Say Ohio Missing An Opportunity on Electric Cars (Midwest Energy News)


Displaced Kentucky Elderly Moving to Ohio Nursing Homes (Associated Press/SF Chronicle)


Ed Jerse, Cuyahoga County Regionalism “Czar” announces For Ohio State Senate (Plain Dealer)


More Heartland Cities See Immigrants as an Economic Force They Need(Plain Dealer)


Welcoming America Brings It’s Pro-Immigrant Message to Depopulated Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Great Lakes Play Crucial Role in Global Water Needs (Toledo Blade)


Ohio Health Care Insurance Exchanges Take Shape (Columbus Dispatch)


Does Cleveland Mayoral Candidate Ken Lanci Have Any Relevance?: Philip Morris (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Schools About to Break Ground on New John Marshall, Max Hayes and Cleveland School of the Arts High Schools (Plain Dealer)


Is the “Rust Belt” a Dirty Word?: Richey Pilparinen (Cool Cleveland)


Columbus Bike-Share Program to Launch By End of July (Columbus Dispatch)


Gov. Kasich Bolsters Ohio’s Rainy-Day Fund; Now at $1.48 Billion(Columbus Dispatch)


Charter Schools Will Get More Money Next Year (StateImpact/NPR)


Today is Property Tax Day For Cuyahoga County Communities; Compare Tax Rates (Plain Dealer)


Akron Beacon Journal to Expand Home Delivery Turf (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Gov. Kasich Calls For Summer Legislative Session to Extend Medicaid(Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Amish Weigh Tradition and Temptation in Debate Over Fracking(Akron Beacon Journal)


Case Western Reserve Univ. Free Online Courses Exceed Expectations(Plain Dealer)


Opportunity Corridor Project Receives $29 Million For Planning (Plain Dealer)


Shale Boom Creating Shortage in Affordable Housing in Eastern Ohio(Akron Beacon Journal)


FirstEnergy to Deactivate Two More Coal-Fired Power Plants (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Detroit’s Greek Tragedy (Washington Post)


When the Civil War Hit Ohio (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Taxes Axed Even as State Budget Bulges under Gov. Kasich (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


How Best to Save a Neighborhood? The case for Rehabilitation: Jeffrey Johnson (Plain Dealer)


How Best to Save a Neighborhood? The case for Demolition: Jim Rokakis(Plain Dealer)


Experts Worry as Ohio Amphibians Vanish (Columbus Dispatch)


Legislating by a Gang of Six: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


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