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Ironworkers placing the last steel beam in the Sohio building (200 Public Square), which was completed in 1985 #ThisWasCLE

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Wednesday April 25, 2018 6:30-8pm Single Payer Healthcare- How does it Work? Could it work in the U.S.? moderated by Ginger Christ, Plain Dealer Heathcare Reporter

Teaching Cleveland News Network
News From Around Ohio and the U.S. 
of Interest to Northeast Ohio

Could universal healthcare work in the U.S.? Panel discussion is Wednesday (4/20/2018) Plain Dealer

Roldo’s Point of View The legacy of a Cleveland hell-raiser (4/18/2018) Cleveland Scene

Interviews with 6 Ohio Governor Candidates. For May 8, 2018 primary (April, 2018)

Video from Shaker Library Levy forum from Shaker Democratic Club. Held on April 3, 2018

Lies, Damn Lies and the 450 Acres of Prime Real Estate That is Burke Lakefront Airport (4/4/2018) Cleveland Scene

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ties to Cleveland still strong 50 years after death (4/4/2018) Plain Dealer

Video from the “Redistricting in Ohio and US” forum (3/20/2018)

Recap story from “Redistricting in Ohio and US” forum (3/20/2018) Cleveland.com

Terminal Tower celebrated as “Cleveland’s Endearing Symbol” in CSU exhibit (3/18/2018) Plain Dealer

Inside Cleveland’s vacant Warner & Swasey factory, an industrial relic seeking new life (3/18/2018) Plain Dealer

Video from Shaker State of the City 2018 delivered by Mayor Earl Leiken (3/15/2018)

Cities Form Municipal Broadband Companies To Attract Companies and People (3/16/2018) Ideastream

Video from “Consumer Scams. How to spot avoid and respond” forum (3/8/2018)

Needed – a ballot issue to end the rule of guns in Ohio: Brent Larkin (3/8/2018) Cleveland.com

Video from “Opportunity Corridor forum moderated by Steven Litt, Plain Dealer (2/21/2018)

Rust and Renewal: A Cleveland Retrospective (2/2018) Cleveland Federal Reserve

Roldo Bartimole Marks 50 Years As Cleveland’s Watchdog Journalist (2/19/2018) Ideastream

The infamous “Snake by the Lake” 9th Congressional District may have been put back in its box this week. Read more here (cartoon by Kirk Walters, Toledo Blade)

Woodmere and its connection to Northeast Ohio black history (2/16/2018) Cleveland.com

The Science Behind Balto’s Famous Journey That Took Place 93 Years Ago (2/15/2018) Inverse Science

Frank C. Cain, Cleveland Heights, and the Suburban Vision by Marian J. Morton (Feb 2018)

Ohio congressional redistricting deal a surprise victory for reform: editorial 2/6/2018 Cleveland.com

(After nearly 40 years) Dennis Kucinich’s City Hall portrait is ready (2/2/2018) Cleveland Magazine

Cleveland’s Ned Jordan ran an advertisement in 1923 that forever changed the automobile industry. It didn’t focus on price, engine size or features. It sold a feeling. (2/1/2018) Ohio Magazine

Cleveland Indians’ Chief Wahoo, from inception to end: A timeline (1/29/2018) Cleveland.com

Ohio’s very high-stakes, under-the-radar Senate race, explained (1/26/2018) Vox

“Is Northeast Ohio a Sanctuary Region? Where does our region stand on immigration?” (1/16/2018) video

Cleveland founder shares what his startup community gets right and wrong (1/9/2018) Venture Beat

What the Cuyahoga River Means to Cleveland (January) Cleveland Magazine


Cleveland, Akron media shakeups bring job cuts (4/22/2018) Crain’s Cleveland Business

Why Cleveland Hopkins airport has more passengers, lower fares despite fewer destinations (4/22/2018) Cleveland.com

Worried, sick and weary, Puerto Rican families settle in Cleveland (4/20/2018) Cleveland.com

Greater Cleveland RTA ridership drops 9.5 percent to record low in 2017 (4/19/2018) Cleveland.com

Campaign for Ohio congressional redistricting reform is low-profile and low-budget (4/18/2018) Cleveland.com

Ohio legislators look to clamp down harder on communities that try to pass local gun restrictions (4/17/2019) Cleveland.com

Should school districts get an A-F grade? State report card overhaul debated (4/17/2018) Plain Dealer

Has the Cleveland Plan for school improvement stalled? Maybe not, but test scores have (4/15/2018) Plain Dealer

Medicaid expansion has helped, but poverty persists in Ohio (4/13/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Ohio and Cleveland gain little on “Nation’s Report Card,” as national scores stay flat (4/10/2018) Plain Dealer

As the opioid epidemic rages, the fight against addiction moves to an Ohio courtroom (4/8/2018) Washington Post

FirstEnergy’s efforts to re-make itself into a delivery-only electric utility — has many people worried that power plants will shut down and Ohio will run short of electricity (4/8/2018) Plain Dealer

Ground broken for The Lumen at Playhouse Square, billed as largest downtown residential project in 40 years (4/5/2018) Plain Dealer

A Cleveland Landfill Will Host Ohio’s Largest Solar Farm (4/5/2018) WOSU

Ohio exports to China in crosshairs of looming trade war (4/4/2018) Columbus Dipatch

Ohio State’s shrinking share of low-income students (4/3/2018) The Lantern

Students in gun-control movement turn from marches to elections (4/2/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Among counties, Cuyahoga near top in Midwest for attracting immigrants (4/2/2018) Cleveland.com

Congolese part of new tapestry of immigration to Cleveland (4/1/2018) Plain Dealer

In Cleveland’s Superior Arts District, development activity stokes optimism – and some fears (4/1/2018) Plain Dealer

Report documents Ohio’s job slide, presses candidates for solutions (3/30/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Cleveland’s 2018 budget includes millions of dollars dedicated to police reform (3/29/2018) Cleveland.com

FirstEnergy Solutions asks DOE to help save its old power plants (3/29/2018) Plain Dealer

FirstEnergy Solutions will close its nuclear power plants (3/28/2018) Plain Dealer

State’s new education plan gets warm reception from Cuyahogs County residents (3/28/2018) Plain Dealer

Stuck in dial-up age, rural Ohio still pushing for high-speed internet (3/25/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Students lead thousands in March for Our Lives rally on Public Square (3/24/2018) Cleveland.com

FirstEnergy Solutions bankruptcy restructuring likely, power plants would be closed or sold (3/23/2018) Plain Dealer

Ohio says for the first time it’s declaring western Lake Erie impaired by the toxic algae that has fouled drinking water in recent years (3/22/2018) Associated Press

Ohio Senate backs change in teacher evaluations over Cleveland objections (3/22/2018) Plain Dealer

Spending bill before Congress would keep $300 million for Great Lakes programs (3/22/2018) Cleveland.com

Cuyahoga County Council lacks confidence in administrators, council president says (3/20/2018) Cleveland.com

Playhouse Square to lift curtain on 34-story apartment tower (3/19/2018) Plain Dealer

Cleveland schools’ plan shifts focus to K-8 (3/18/2018) Crain’s Cleveland Business

Ohioans Divided Over Education Consolidation Bill (3/15/2018) Cleveland Scene

Cuyahoga County Ranks Worst In Ohio For Low Birthweights (3/14/2018) Ideastream

Ohio farmers fear retaliation from tariffs (3/14/2018) Dayton Daly News

What you should know: Ohio’s proposed merger of education, training agencies moving quickly (3/13/2018) Cincinnati Enquirer

Is 16 years old too young to drive? Ohio lawmakers consider upping age for a license (3/13/2018) Cincinnati Enquirer

Transparency, voter voice concerns spark opposition to state education merger, limits to board (3/12/2018) Plain Dealer

New Ohio education goals put emotional health, critical reasoning and job skills on par with English and math (3/12/2018) Plain Dealer

Political barriers still daunting for Ohio women (3/10/2018) Dayton Daily News

Ohio’s natural-gas production rose in 2017, but ample supply meant low profits (3/9/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Education merger bill attracts overflow crowd of opponents (3/8/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Federal plan calls for phosphorus reductions to improve Lake Erie water (3/8/2018) Toledo Blade

One University Circle prepares to open its doors in April (3/8/2018) Fresh Water

MetroHealth transformation project set to bring major changes to surrounding neighborhood (3/6/2018) News5

Can This Judge Solve the Opioid Crisis? (3/5/2018) New York Times

Ohio wants to improve school security after Florida shootings, but officials have no plan yet (3/4/2018) Plain Dealer

State of the State: Job prospects and quality of life improve, economy slow to recover (3/4/2018) Columbus Dispatch

Cleveland Wants to Connect the Dots with Hundreds of Miles of Greenways (3/2/2018) Next City

The middle class is getting left behind. And it’s happening in Ohio at a higher rate than other states (3/1/2018) Cincinnati Enquirer

Ohio casinos: They’ve fallen short of projections, and here’s why (3/1/2018) Cincinnati Enquirer

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