News Aggregator Archive 5 (8/21/12 – 11/2/12)


Cuyahoga County Cleanup After Superstorm Focuses on Power Issues (Plain Dealer)

Cloaks, Daggers and Judicial Robes: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)

In Ohio, They Can’t Wait For the Campaigns’ Stalking to End (Washington Post)

Academic Emergency (Cleveland Scene Magazine)

Debate on Ohio’s Issue 2: Terry Casey v. Dan Tokaji (Cleveland City Club)

Effect of an Issue 2 Ballot Win in Ohio Debated at City Club (Plain Dealer)

Honda to Invest $200M, Create 200 Jobs at Two Ohio Plants (Dayton Daily News)

Election Lawyers to Monitor Ohio Balloting (Plain Dealer)

Turnout Will Tell the Tale: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)

NE Ohio Water Treatment Plants at Capacity (WKYC)

IBM Supercomputer, Watson, is Headed to Medical School — in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)

Cleveland’s Growing Asian Community Makes An Outsized Impact (Plain Dealer)

Ohio U.S. Senate Poll: Sherrod Brown Leads Josh Mandel by 4 Points (Plain Dealer)

Dead Heat: Obama, Romney Tied in Ohio (Dayton Daily News)

Fighting For the Votes of Central Ohio: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)

Honda’s Ohio Plant Changed Competitive Landscape in America (Detroit Fr Press)

Cleveland’s Charter School Growth a Cautionary Tale for Chicago (Chicago Tribune)

All Voters Matter, But Ohio Matters Most: Editorial Cartoon (Los Angeles Times)

Ohio’s Nightmare Voting Scenerio (Cincinnati Enquirer)

Absentee Ballots Could Hang Up Ohio’s Results (USA Today)

Officials in NE Ohio Health Care Community Angle to Change “Medical Mart” Name (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

Northeast Ohio Schools Come Up “Clean” in State Auditor’s Attendance Review (Plain Dealer)

Why China Isn’t Ohio’s Boogeyman (Salon)

U.S. May Soon Become World’s Top Oil Producer (Associated Press)

Ohio Said to Lack Passenger Rail Support (Toledo Blade)

Ohio Has 50-50 Chance of Deciding Election: Nate Silver (New York Times)

Ohio is the Most Important State in the World!: John Stewart (Comedy Central)

Enrollment Drop at NE Ohio Community Colleges (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

Is Ohio’s “Secret” Energy Boom Going Bust? (Reuters)

Russell Means, Indian Activist, and Former Clevelander, Dies at 72 (Plain Dealer)

Russell Means, Who Revived Warrior Image of American Indian, Dies at 72 (New York Times)

Ohio Gasoline Prices Continue Falling Toward $3 Per Gallon, Second Lowest in Nation (Plain Dealer)

Apple Sees Schools Buoying Tablet Lead With IPad in Class (Bloomberg)

In Some School Districts, About 40% of Third-Graders Could Be Held Back By New State Law (Columbus Dispatch)

Ohio, Maker or Breaker of Presidents (Bloomberg)

To Some Homeowners on Cleveland’s West Side, the School Levy is Indeed About More Than Money: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)

Voters Wisely Favor Cleveland School Levy: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)

Ohio County Elections Director Resigns, Citing Stress of Coming Presidential Election (Associated Press)

Ohio Has Early Voting, But Other Access Issues Remain (Los Angeles Times)


Has Ohio School Funding Been Fixed? (Fremont News-Messenger)


The City Club of Cleveland Celebrates 100 Years – Video (Cleveland City Club)


Ohio Bill Would Ban TV Blackouts of Games in Stadiums Funded by Taxpayers (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Ohio’s Unemployment Rate Falls to 7 Percent (Business Week)


Tremont Electric, a Tiny Cleveland Start-Up, Finds Big Interest in its Green Energy Device (Plain Dealer)


Northeast Ohio Schools Do Well, Generally on State Report Cards (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Student Debt 8 Percent Higher Than U.S. Average (Akron Beacon Journal)


Proponents, Opponents Debate Issue 2 (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Touts Early Voting Numbers (CNN)


Presidential Candidates Focus on Ohio College Vote (Associated Press/WNCT)


Bike Culture in Cleveland (Cleveland State Cauldron)


Ohio and the Election: 90-Second Know-It-All: William Neff (Plain Dealer)


U.S. Supreme Court Denies Ohio Secretary of State’s Appeal Over Early Voting Rules (Plain Dealer)


Supreme Court Rejects Appeal to Block Early Voting in Ohio (Los Angeles Times)


The Whizard of Oz Involves Ohio Politics (Springfield News)


Debate: Ohio Senate Debate Between Josh Mandel and Sherrod Brown (CSPAN)


With Much at Stake, Brown and Mandel Trade Jabs (Dayton Daily News)


Differences on Display as U.S. Reps. Jim Renacci and Betty Sutton Spar at City Club (Plain Dealer)


Debate: Ohio’s 16th Congressional District: Betty Sutton v. Jim Renacci (Cleveland City Club)


Why Ohio Swings: Geographic, Economic Diversity Complicate Ohio, “Close Mirror” of the Nation (Washington Post)


Ohio, Navada, Florida Have Longest-Running Streaks as Swing States (Plain Dealer)


Three-Year Degrees Are Possible, According to Plans Submitted by Ohio’s Public Universities (Plain Dealer)


Indianapolis’ Downtown Sports Strategy Hints at Lessons for Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


In Ohio, a Few Votes Here or There Could Win or Lose Race: Thomas Suddes (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Voting Dispute Makes its Way to the Supreme Court (Washington Post)


What the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority Tax Means for Lakefront Users: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)


Appeals Court Tells Ohio to Count Ballots Tainted by Poll Worker Mistakes (Washington Post)


Nashville Abandons Plans For a Medical Mart; Cleveland Has the Field to Itself (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Metroparks Accepts Acacia Country Club Property to Develop as Park Land (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Colleges Still Lag in Minorities, Officials Say (Columbus Dispatch)


Three Ohio Cities Deemed Best For Working Moms (Reuters)


Renacci, Sutton Spar in 16th District City Club Debate (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to Appeal Early Voting Decision to U.S. Supreme Court (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Official Will Take Early Voting Decision to Supreme Court (New York Times)


Ohio is Global Center of 2012 Election (Coshocton Tribune)


In Search of New Residents, Cleveland Looks South to Attract Latino Professionals (Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s U.S. Senate Race Draws Milions in Outside Money; Will it Work? (Plain Dealer)


Field Trips Becoming History at Some Ohio Schools (Canton Repository)


Issue 2 Could Change the Balance of Power in Ohio (Dayton Daily News)


Federal Judge Reinstates Early Voting in Ohio (Washington Post)


Early Voting is Restored in Ohio (New York Times)


Utica Shale Needs “Nodding Donkeys” to Unleash Bonanza (Bloomberg)


In Cleveland, a Flashy New Museum But an Even Better Neighborhood (The Atlantic Cities)


Battleground Ohio is So Vital, It’s Even Drawing Global Tour Groups (Tacoma News Herald)


Nearly 1 Million Ohioans Ask For Absentee Ballots (Dayton Daily News)


Statewide College Enrollment Steadily Declines (Dayton Daily News)


Voting in NE Ohio Starts With a Rush: Editorial (Plain Dealer)


Early Voting Starts Today in Ohio (Dayton Daily News)


An Axiom for a Reason: Ohio and Presidential Campaigns (The Hill)


Keeping Cleveland a United Airlines Hub Two Years After the Merger (Plain Dealer)


Drought Hits Shippers on Great Lakes (Wall Street Journal)


Skills Shortage in Ohio’s Shale Sector Could Fuel Wage Bump for Some (Newark Advocate)


Colleges in Ohio Courting Students Far From the Buckeye State (Plain Dealer)


How Online Education is Changing School in Ohio (StateImpact Ohio)


Cleveland Contracts Designer, Builder for New Skatepark in the Flats (Plain Dealer)


“Captain America” Sequel to be Filmed in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Marvel Returning to Cleveland to Film Captain America: Winter Soldier (


Eric Gordon “State of the Cleveland Schools” 9/27/12 (Cleveland City Club)


Cleveland Schools Chief Eric Gordon: “It’s Do or Die Time” for District (Plain Dealer)


Evidence of Carp Keeps Lake Watchers on Edge (Toledo Blade)


2012 Ohio School Report Cards – Searchable Database (Plain Dealer)


Early Voting on Pace to Surpass 2008 Levels in Ohio (Washington Post)


Cleveland Makes the Innovation Scene at (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


A Space to Be an Entrepreneur…in Cleveland (Atlantic Magazine)


Group Challenges Ohio’s Drilling Rules (Canton Repository)


Ohio Constitution to Get a Thorough Review (Plain Dealer)


Greater Cleveland County Poverty Rates Range From 8 Percent to 19 Percent: Statistical Snapshot (Plain Dealer)


Undecided Ohio Voters Decisive in Presidential Election (Akron Beacon Journal)


Must-Win Ohio is Under Siege (Philadelphia Inquirer)


Breaking News. Newspapers are Not Dead: Lute Harmon Sr. (Inside Business)


Ohio Joblessness Holds at 7.2% (Toledo Blade)


Ohio Not Ready For “Fracking”? (Columbus Dispatch)


Urban Farms are Taking Root in Cleveland, Bringing Home Surprising Harvests (Plain Dealer)


Shale: A New Kingmaker in Energy Politics (Wall Street Journal)


Northeast Ohio Bioscience Industry Growing, Adding Jobs (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland State University Building Campus Life Options (Plain Dealer)


Interactive: The Battle For Ohio (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Cleveland Mayor Proposes One Development Team For Lakefront (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Rust Belt Reset (Forbes)


Case Western Reserve Welcomes ROTC on Campus After More Than 4 Decades (Plain Dealer)


Manitowoc Planning Expansion, Division HQ at East Side Operation; to Add Up to 200 Jobs (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Voter Fraud Fairly Uncommon (Cincinnati Enquirer)


A Smarter Cuyahoga County Takes Shape Under the Crayons of Amatuer Mapmakers: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Early Voting Boon to Voters But Can Lead to Problems, Officials Say (Coshocton Tribune)


High Phosphorous Levels Are Changing the Face of Lake Erie Fishing (Plain Dealer)


Redistricting Reform: Panel OKs New Wording After Supreme Court Invalidates Old Language (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Income Down, Rates of Poverty and Uninsured Unchanged, 2011 Census Figures Show (Plain Dealer)


Never Cured Cancer or Built a Spaceship, But Trying to Capture a University’s Attention: Will Walker (New York Times)


Cleveland Metropolitan School District Holds Student Summit to Address Bullying (newsnet5)


Health Insurance Premiums Increase Faster Than Wages (Akron Beacon Journal)


Good Food, Better Neighborhoods: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)


Crucial Ohio at the Heart of Presidential Campaign (Associated Press)


Visit to New Cleveland Convention Center. Medical Mart Reveals Big, Raw Structures: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)


Finance-Course Requirement Proposed for Ohio Students (Toledo Blade)


A Big, Costly School Levy — That Can Pass in Cleveland: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


U.S., Canada Will Extend Protection of Great Lakes; First Renewal in 25 Years (Plain Dealer)


Acacia Country Club in Lyndhurst to be Sold to The Conservation Fund (Sun News)

Art Modell, 1925-2012: He was a Sportsman. a Showman and a Survivor (ESPNCleveland)

New $1.5 Billion Natural Gas Pipeline Proposed for Northern Ohio (Plain Dealer)

Sherrod Brown and Josh Mandel Campaigns Reject Discussion of Civility; Throwing Mud Works (Akron Beacon Journal)

Ohio Absentee Ballot Forms on the Way (Cincinnati Enquirer)

The Ins and Outs of Redistricting (Columbus Dispatch)

Ohio Lawmakers Pan A Uniform Municipal-Income-Tax-Bill (Plain Dealer)

Shaker LaunchHouse Accelerator to Assist 10 Fledgling Businesses (Sun News)

100th Anniversary of Cleveland’s NAACP Chapter – 2 Articles from Plain Dealer

Judge Overturns Ohio Law, Restores In-Person Early Voting 3 Days Leading to Election Day (Plain Dealer)

Student Entrepreneurs Find Support at Blackstone LaunchPad (Plain Dealer)

Ohio’s Texting-While-Driving Ban to Take Effect (Cincinnati Enquirer)

Detroit Avenue in Cleveland Will Soon Cater to Those on 2 Wheels (Plain Dealer)

Chip Maker Shearer’s Foods Sold; Family Leaders to Step Down (Akron Beacon Journal)

Federal Judge Blocks Ohio Law That Rejected 14,000 Ballots in 2008 (Los Angeles Times)

Ohio Takes Step to Better Coordinate Medicare Care (San Francisco Chronicle)

Mount Pleasant, Steeped in History, is Ready to Thrive Again, Advocates Say (Plain Dealer)

Neil Armstrong, Ohio Resident and First Man on Moon, Dies at 82 (New York Times)

Neil Armstrong, 82, Has Died (Cincinnati Enquirer)

Neil Armstrong: His Ohio Hometown Mourns Local Legend (Los Angeles Times)

Proposed Independent Redistricting Commission is Unconstitutional: Mark R. Brown, Guest Columnist (Plain Dealer)

Housing Market in Some Areas Shifting Toward Sellers (Cleveland Jewish News)

More Than 12,000 Government Jobs Lost in Ohio in 2011 (Chillicothe Gazette)

GM to Invest $220 Million in 2 Ohio Factories to Build Next-Generation of Cruze Compact Car (Washington Post)

Pay-to-Play Fees on the Rise in Many Northeast Ohio School Districts (Newsnet 5)


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