News Aggregator Archive 6 (11/3/12 – 2/11/13)


Cleveland Connects: Transforming Cleveland Schools: Video(Ideastream)


How Did Cleveland Restaurant Scene Get so Awesome? Lessons for Buffalo (Buffalo News)


Ohio’s Proposed Tax Changes Could Mean Higher Tax Bills For Some(Plain Dealer)


Expert: Lake Erie Better But Still at Risk (Columbus Dispatch)


Big Data is Starting to Bring Big Jobs to Greater Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Region Needs Growth Plan and This is Crucial Year: Steven Litt (Plain Dealer)


Exploring the Themes of Kasich’s Budget: Editorial (Plain Dealer)


What Role Did Supervisors Play in Controlling November Car Chase(Plain Dealer)


Ohio Ranks Poorly on Election Performance (


What is the Cleveland Plan and Why Would I Want One? (State Impact)


Cleveland Needs a New Police Chief and a New Safety Director Now: Phillip Morris (Plain Dealer)


Exclusive: How Ohio’s Republican Governor Sold the State on Expanding Medicaid (Washington Post)


Home Prices Gain in Dayton’s Hardest Hit Communities (Dayton Daily News)


West Side Market’s History of Closings and Fires (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Sales Tax Changes: What Gov. Kasich’s Proposal Means to You(Plain Dealer)


Air Force Outlines Sequester Cuts (Dayton Daily News)


Names of Black Civil War Veterans to be Added to the Soliders and Sailors Monument in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


How Ohio’s School Funding Plan Could Affect Your School District (Plain Dealer)


Governor Recommends Cleveland Regain Control of Cleveland Lakefront State Park (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Mayor Responds to State’s Findings in Deadly Chase (WKYC)


New Sales Taxes to Hit Many (Dayton Daily News)


Lake Huron and Michigan Record Lowest Water Levels Ever; Lake Erie Well Below Average (Associated Press)


In Cleveland, Bringing Back Baseball History and a Neighborhood (New York Times)


Columbus Commuters Top State in Time Stuck in Traffic (Columbus Dispatch)


Gov. Kasich Budget Overhauls Education Funding (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Ohio State Students Develop Alternative to Facebook With More Privacy (Columbus Dispatch)


Proposed Budget Would Shift Tax Burden By Expanding Base (Columbus Dispatch)


The Politics of Gov. John Kasich Budget: Analysis (Plain Dealer)


Gov. Kasich Announces Two-Year $63.7 Billion Budget (Toledo Blade)


Ohio to Expand Medicaid, Despite Gov. John Kasich’s Opposition to Obamacare (Plain Dealer)


Kasich Proposes Cutting Ohio’s Sales Tax, Expand Medicaid (Dayton Daily News)


Cities’ Hearts Beating Strong in Ohio’s Three C’s (Columbus Dispatch)


Tom Mulready of Cool Cleveland Thinks Our Town is Hot: My Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


What to do With City’s Abandoned Houses? (Plain Dealer)


Farmers in Ohio Divided on Fracking (Columbus Dispatch)


Turnpike Toll Proposal Robs Future Generations of Funds: Angie Schmitt (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Pipe Organ Manufacturer in its 110th Year as Maker of Music for Nation’s Churches (Newsnet5)


Cleveland Has $50.5 Million Budget Surplus in 2013 (Plain Dealer)


Transformer Station Launches in Ohio City (Cool Cleveland)


Gov Kasich’s School Plan Would Dramatically Overhaul Ohio’s Funding Formula (Plain Dealer)


Exclusive: Should Ohio Expand Medicaid? (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Report: Ohio Poverty Increasing (Akron Beacon Journal)


Sustainable Cleveland 2019 to Focus on Advanced and Renewable Energy This Year (Plain Dealer)


Manufacturing Surge Powers Ohio Rebound (Dayton Daily News)



Deep Spending Cuts are Likely, Lawmakers Say, With No Deal on Sequester in Sight (Washington Post)



Secretary of State Husted and Other Republicans Say Electoral College Changes Not in Store in Ohio (Plain Dealer)



Transformer Station is Set to Transform Cleveland’s Art Scene (Plain Dealer)



Stuck in Reverse, Detroit Edges Closer to Bankruptcy (Reuters)


Anti-Smoking Marketing Works, But Ohio Spends Almost Nothing On It
(Plain Dealer)



Lake Erie Off to Another Slow Start for Ice Cover (Plain Dealer)



Ohio State to Save $1 Million a Year by Buying Wind Power (Columbus Dispatch)



Cuyahoga County Still Paying Off Gateway Bonds (Plain Dealer)



Virginia Bill on Electoral College Change Appears Headed for Defeat(Washington Post)



Republicans Hit Obstacles in Altering Electoral College (Los Angeles Times)



Pieces Are Starting to Move Into Place for 2014 Ohio Governor’s Race: Joe Hallett (Columbus Dispatch)



Ohio State Tests Slated to Get Much Harder in Two Years (Plain Dealer)



Google Fiber Provides Faster Internet and, Cities Hope, Business Growth(Washington Post)



Road Priorities Uncertain Pending Deal for Ohio Turnpike (Mansfield News Journal)



Hope For Redistricting Reform in Ohio: Dan Moulthrop (Huffington Post)



Courdray Pick May Affect Ohio Governor’s Race in 2014 (Columbus Dispatch)



Cleveland Outpaces Nation Drawing Venture Capital to its Tech Scene(Plain Dealer)



2013 Great Ohioans of All Time Chosen by Statehouse Review Board(Ohio Statehouse)



Ohio Waste-Handling Infrastucture is Being Overwhelmed by Marcellus Shale Wastewater (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)



Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers, Now a Public Attraction (New York Times)



Northeast Ohio House Sales Rose 13.4% in 2012. Condo Sales Jumped(Plain Dealer)



Ohio Labor Pool Continues to Shrink (Dayton Daily News)



Owner May Close Former Huntington Building if County Locates HQ Elsewhere (Crain’s Cleveland Business)



Cleveland’s Urban Scene Gets a Boost From Young Adults Moving In(Plain Dealer)



Teachers Could Be Next to Retire En Masse (Columbus Dispatch)



Opposing Views on Obama and Future of Country Split Ohio Community(Washington Post)



Shaker LaunchHouse Director Reflects on Big Year (Shaker Patch)



Priest Shortage Pressing Ohio Catholics (Dayton Daily News)



Universities Face Drop in Future Enrollees (Akron Beacon Journal)



Cleveland Orchestra Attendance Surging Thanks to Programs Aimed at Children, Students (Plain Dealer)



“Captain America” Sequel Slated For Early Summer Shoot in Cleveland(Plain Dealer)



Redistricting Tops Husted’s Agenda (Cincinnati Enquirer)



FirstEnergy Sponsorship Deal With Browns Worth $102 Million Over 17 Years (Akron Beacon Journal)



Flats Based Fishmongers Look to Lake Erie to Boost Local Food Production (Fresh Water)



Cleveland’s RTA to Unveil Nonpolluting Hydrogen-Fueled Bus (Plain Dealer)


Ohio May See $1.4 Billion Gain By Expanding Medicaid Coverage (Toledo Blade)


Cleveland State University Expected to Reduce Number of Credit Hours Needed to Graduate (Plain Dealer)


FirstEnergy Buys Cleveland Browns Stadium Naming Rights (Akron Beacon Journal)


Free Online Classes Have Area Colleges Determining the Best Way to Proceed (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cleveland Institute of Art Will Sell Its East Blvd Site to Cleveland Museum of Art and CWRU (Plain Dealer)


Ohio State to Require Sophomores to Live On Campus Starting in 2016(Dayton Daily News)


200th Horizontal Well Drilled in Ohio’s Utica Shale Play (Youngstown Business Journal)


New Water Lows for Great Lakes Could Drain Local Economies (CNN)


Cuyahoga County Council President Questions Executive’s Right to Fire Sheriff (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Drillers Gird for Fight with Kasich (Youngstown Vindicator)


Right-to-Work: Issue is a Poltical Hot Potato (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Unemployment Rates Falls in All Ohio Metro Areas (Plain Dealer)


Cashing in Assets or Selling City’s Jewels? (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Cleveland Museum of Art to Launch Interactive Center, iPad Custom Tours (Plain Dealer)


Merger Study to Involve Four Communities: Moreland Hills, Pepper Pike, Orange and Woodmere (Sun News)


Honda to Assemble 2014 Accord Hybrid in Ohio (New York Times)


Americans Under 50 Fare Poorly on Health Measures, New Report Says(New York Times)


Cuyahoga County Chief Fitzgerald Seems Ready to Run for Governor(Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Republicans Voted More Heavily Than Dems in 2012 Early Voting(Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Voters Cast Record Number of Absentee Ballots in November 2012 Election (Associated Press)


Colleges Lose Pricing Power (Wall Street Journal)


Cleveland Healthcare Industry the Darling of Venture Capitalists in 2012(Plain Dealer)


Ideas to Reinvent Detroit (Detroit Fr. Press)


Strickland Won’t Run for Governor in 2014 (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Graduation Test Will Be Replaced After 2013-2014 School Year(Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s High-Risk Legislative To-Do List: Editorial (Plain Dealer)


Nearly Half-Million Ohio Kids Likely to Fall From “Proficient” Under New Standards (Akron Beacon Journal)


Second Inner Belt Bridge, Estimated at $330 Million, Drawing Contactors’ Interest (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Third Graders Face Ultimatum: Learn to Read or Repeat the Year (PBS)


Toledo Turbines’ Future Pondered (Toledo Blade)


Time For a Change in Ohio’s Public Education Funding: Mica Caine(Huffington Post)


Never-Seen Cleveland Police Pursuit Video (WKYC)


A Shocking and Shameful Lack of Imagination: Why Don’t More Companies Emulate Lincoln Electric? (The Motley Fool)


Kent State Bowl Appearance Looks to be a Sellout (Akron Beacon Journal) 


Keeping Cleveland Classical (Waco Tribune)


2012 was the Warmest Year on Record in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Ohio College Grads Make $20K More Than High School Grads (Dayton Business Journal)


Ohio House Delagation Backs “Fiscal-Cliff” Deal; See How They Voted (Akron Beacon Journal)


Utica Shale Development Continues Slow, Steady Progress in Ohio (Akron Beacon Journal)


Drilling Industry Wants to Use Barges to Remove Wastewater (Akron Beacon Journal)


Retired Celeste Reflects at 75 on His Public Career (Columbus Dispatch)


Budget, School Funding, Taxes Major Issues Facing Ohio Leaders in 2013 (Dayton Daily News)


Cleveland’s Population Loss Means 2 More City Council Seats Eliminated Next Year (Plain Dealer)


Record Levels of Plastic Pollution Found in Lake Erie (Plain Dealer)


University Circle’s Uptown Development Offers Lessons For Budding Upper Chester Project (Plain Dealer)


Government Keeping More Secrets in Ohio (Chillicothe Gazette)


Faced With Tight Budgets, More Ohio Schools Consider Open Enrollment(StateImpact Ohio)


East Cleveland to Cut 20% of Police Force (Fox 8)


Port of Cleveland Expects New Rail Link to Boost Traffic (Plain Dealer)


As Swing Districts Dwindle, Can a Divided House Stand: Nate Silver(New York Times)


Cleveland Club Connects Students to City (Beachwood Beachcomber)


New Ohio Drivers License Will Cost More, Take Longer to Get (Dayton Daily News)


JobsOhio Claims the Buckeye State Nearly Tops For New Jobs: PolitiFact Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Part-Visionary, Part-Realist, All In: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)


Approaching Illness as a Team at the Cleveland Clinic (New York Times)


Toledo Public Schools Adopts New Curriculum Model (Toledo Blade)


NHL Lockout Has Tax Cost (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Schools Budget Squeeze Means Fewer Teachers (Dayton Daily News)


Does Ohio Still Have Clout on Capitol Hill? (Dayton Daily News)


FBI Agent Oliver Leaves Cleveland After Co-leading Five-Year Cuyahoga County Corruption Case (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Population Still Lagging (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Unemployment Rate Drops for Third-Straight Month (Dayton Daily News)


Right-to-Work Would Face Public Fight in Ohio, Unlike Michigan (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Shale Gas Development Supports 39,000 Jobs According to Industry Study (Plain Dealer)


Uptown Project in University Circle Starts Second Phase in January(Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Clinic Diagnoses Healthcare Act (Wall Street Journal)


Lakes Erie, Ontario Most Threatened (Detroit Fr Press)


Cincinnati Airport Trying to Rebuild After Drastic Reduction in Flights(NewsNet 5)


Cleveland Metro School District to Seek New Headquarters (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Electoral College is Unpopular, Yet Lives On (Columbus Dispatch)


Trayless Cafeterias at Bowling Green State Univ. Cut Waste (Toledo Blade)


More Seniors Trapped in Children’s Student Debt (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Lawmakers and Elections Officials Must Get Started on Voting Reforms: Mark Naymik (Plain Dealer)


Gov. Kasich’s Turnpike Plan is Chuck-Wagon Politicking at its Best: Tom Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Road Legislation Won’t Be Quick (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Senate Votes 32-1 to Change Redistricting Process (Akron Beacon Journal)


Legal Challenges Could Put a Lid on the Shale Gas Boom in Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Detroit Faces Fresh Fight For Control (Wall Street Journal)


Green City Growers to Plant First Winter Crop in Large Cleveland Greenhouse (Plain Dealer)


Ohio ACLU Calls for Special Prosecutor and New Investigators into Fatal Cleveland Shooting (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Lost More Residents Than it Gained Last Year (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Governor Releases Road Plan Funded by Turnpike Bonds(Reuters)


LEEDCo Awarded $4 Million to Launch Offshore Wind Development on Lake Erie (Plain Dealer)


Samuel Gompers Debates With Newton D. Baker about “Right-To-Work” Laws in 1922 (Google Books)


New Plan Surfaces to Redraw Districts (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Turnpike to Stay Public (Columbus Dispatch)


Poll: Ohioans Support System of Selecting Justices (Columbus Dispatch)


Geis Cos. Plan for New Cuyahoga Cty Offices Could Revive Troubled Downtown Intersection (Plain Dealer)


Michigan Votes to Restrict Union Rights (Reuters)


Gov. Kasich Set to Suggest Changes For Turnpike (Toledo Blade)


Ohio’s Health Ranking Remains Poor as State Battles Smoking, Obesity(Plain Dealer)


Why Rivers No Longer Burn (Slate)


Golf Courses Fade Away in Rough Conditions (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Cleveland Schools to Auction It’s Headquarters (Crain’s Cleveland Business)


Lack of Reading Skills “Alarming” (Columbus Dispatch)


Revamped Crawford Auto Collection to Open Next Yeat at Revived Historical Society (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Grants Historic Capital Theater 5 Extra Years to Pay Off Loan(Plain Dealer)


Kasich Turning From Tax Credits (Columbus Dispatch)


Readying a 2016 Convention Bid: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Police Shooting Leaves More Questions Than Bullets (Plain Dealer)


Northeast Ohio Named a Tech Hotspot for High-Tech Job Growth (Plain Dealer)


Cuyahoga County to Sell Ameritrust Buildings to Unnamed Buyer (Plain Dealer)


$1 Billion Ohio Natural Gas Processing Plant to Open in May, Encouraging More Drilling (Plain Dealer)


Michigan Oks Right-to-Work Law Amid Angry Protests (USA Today)


Cleveland Clinic CEO Shares His Vision For the Future of Healthcare(Business Insider)


Detroit Faces Threat of State-Appointed Emergency Financial Manager(New York Times)


Honda to Export More Cas from N. America Than it Imports Within Two Years (Plain Dealer)


Paper Carriers Concerned About Plain Dealer Future (WKYC)


Cuyahoga County Considers Consumer Affairs Department (Plain Dealer)


Program to Help Ohio Schools Teach Historic Texts (Akron Beacon Journal/Associated Press)


Cleveland Plain Dealer Tells Guild it Plans to Cut About One-Third of Newsroom Staff (Poynter)


American Cities Fighting to Keep Millennials From Moving to Suburbs(USA Today)


Ohio City Residents Fight to Keep McDonald’s Franchise Out (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Shale Drilling Slows (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland Plain Dealer Workers Fight Layoffs and Loss of Daily Paper(New York Times)


How Will Kasich Play the Turnpike? – Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Gets Another High-Speed Broadband Alternative (Plain Dealer)


What’s Next For Ohio Redistricting? (Akron Legal News)


Ohio House OKs Plan to Give Letter Grades to Schools (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cuyahoga County Wants to Set Up College Savings Accounts For All Kindergartners (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Plain Dealer Mulls Layoffs, Restructuring (USA Today)


Inside the Talks: Fiscal Framework Emerges (Politico)


Rep. Marcy Kaptur Optimistic That She’ll Win Top Appropriations Job (Plain Dealer)


Part-Time “Road Scholars” Teaching More Classes at Ohio Universities (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio Grad Rates Show Racial Disparity (Columbus Dispatch)


As Great Lakes Plummet, Towns Try to Save Harbors (Associated Press)


Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Legislative Maps (Columbus Dispatch)


Split Ohio Supreme Court Says Redistricting Map is Constitutional (Plain Dealer)


Is There Enough Water for “Fracking” Boom? (Columbus Dispatch)


Expanded Medicaid Could Cost State $3.1 Billion (Dayton Daily News)


What’s the Real Cause of Looming Physician Shortage? (Cincinnati Business Courier)


Many Ohio Third-Graders in Danger of Failing (Bucyrus Telegraph Forum)


4 Decades Later, Kent State Turns a Page (Wall Street Journal)


Algae, Invaders Threaten Lake Erie (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio Launches Website to Ease College Planning (Chillicothe Gazette)


Electing Black Statewide Officeholders Remains an Elusive Challenge (Plain Dealer)


iPad Thefts Challenge School District: Sharon Broussard (Plain Dealer)


College Readiness Exam Replacing Ohio Graduation Test (Toledo Blade)


Property Owners Want Out of Dublin (Columbus Dispatch)


Health Insurance Costs Rising, with Cleveland-Area Employees Paying More (Plain Dealer) 


World’s First “Biocellar” to be Built in Cleveland’s Hough Neighborhood (Plain Dealer) 


One in 9 Ohio Teens Smokes, Survey Finds (Fremont News-Messenger)


October Home Sales Climb in NE Ohio, Statewide vs. Year Ago (Crain’s Clevelands Business) 


Team NEO Predicts Strong Job Growth in NE Ohio by 2020 (Plain Dealer)


Dissecting Ohio Dialects (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland Metroparks Close to Lakefront Takeover (Plain Dealer) 


Ohio Won’t Set Up State Health-Care Exchange (Akron Beacon Journal) 


Ohio, Wisconsin Say They Will Not Run Their Own Health Exchanges (Reuters)


Ohio University Nears “Fiscal Cliff” of its Own (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohio a Battlegound State for Lincoln, too (Washington Post)


Ohio Unemployment Rate Drops Again, Below U.S. Rate (Akron Beacon Journal)


Gap Between Rich and Poor Ohioans Widens (Dayton Daily News)


Northeast Ohio Losing Three Key Voices on Capital Hill (Plain Dealer) 


Charter Schools Attracting Larger Share of Students in Cleveland (Plain Dealer)


Bar Association Urges Commission to Take Up Redistricting Reform (Plain Dealer)


Shale Gas Fueling an American Industrial Revival (Washington Post)


Once a Point of Civic Pride, the Stadium Could End Up Being Another Mistake on the Lake (Cleveland Scene)


Chesapeake Sees Dimming Oil Prospects in Ohio (Wall Street Journal)


Judging Judges in Ohio: Jill Miller Zimon (Civic Commons)


Clock Ticking on Ohio Health Care Decision (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Process of Drawing Legislative and Congressional Maps May Change (Columbus Dispatch)


Ohioans’ Food Stamp Aid to Be Cut (Toledo Blade)


Chin Refugees Nestle in Columbus Area (Columbus Dispatch)


Cuyahoga County Precinct Map Shows Areas Where Obama Beat Romney Unanimously (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Voters Place Practicality Over Ideology Every Time: Tom Suddes (Columbus Dispatch)


Now 10 Years Old, the Peter B. Lewis Building is Quietly Transforming Business Education at CWRU (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Polls Need Short Answer to Long Lines (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Plain Dealer Staff Launches Campaign to Save the Daily Paper (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Supreme Court Candidate Who Shunned Donations Ends Up Victorious (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Iffy on Health-Insurance Exchange (Columbus Dispatch)


University of Akron President Says High Tuition Rates No Longer Can Be Justified (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cleveland Schools Restore Programs After Levy Wins (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Supreme Court Races Historic (Toledo Blade)


Library Issues Favorable With Taxpayers Statewide (Dayton Daily News)


Summit County No Longer Has Representative in Congress (Akron Beacon Journal)


Port Authority Issue Failed Heartily With Most Votes Counted (Plain Dealer)


It Really Did Come Down to Ohio (Cincinnati Enquirer)


President Obama Wins Second Term, Wins Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Sherrod Brown Wins Re-Election to U.S. Senate (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland Schools Tax Passing By a Wide Margin (Plain Dealer)


Two Statewide Issues Soundly Defeated (Toledo Blade)


Few US House Races in Ohio Truly Competitive (San Francisco Chronicle/Associated Press)


5 Maps to Election Victory in Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Law Could Bring Long Delays in a Recount (New York Times)


Ohio’s Complicated Process for Counting Provisional Ballots Could Decide the Presidency (Plain Dealer)


All Eyes on Ohio on Eve of Election (Los Angeles Times)


12 Counties to Watch for Clues to the Presidential Race as Ohio Votes Roll in (Plain Dealer)


How to Tell Who’s Winning Ohio on Election Night (Plain Dealer)


Port Authority an Asset: Lute Harmon Sr. (Inside Business)


Decision 2012: Key Ohio Ballot Issues (WKYC)


Breakdown: How Cleveland Public Schools are Funded (WKYC)


“5 Ohios” Analyzed in Swing State (Boston Herald/Associated Press)


The Vanishing Electoral Battleground (New York Times)


Out-of-State Students Cast Their Ballots in Ohio (Chillicothe Gazette)


From the Primaries to Portmania, 5 Events That Shaped the Presidential Race in Ohio (Plain Dealer)


Driller Says It’s Thrilled With Ohio Shale Results (Akron Beacon Journal)


Lawyers Descend on Ohio – Just in Case (Cincinnati Enquirer)


Early Voting Takes on Circus-Like Quality in Ohio (Los Angeles Times)


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