News Aggregator Archive 1 (9/11/11 – 3/8/12)

Teaching Cleveland News Network Archive

News From Around Ohio and the United States of Interest to NE Ohio


Moderate, Urban Voters Gave Romney Ohio Win (Toledo Blade)


Kucinich’s Loss in Ohio Hands Fresh Setback to Cleveland’s Former Boy Mayor (Bloomberg)


Marcy Kaptur Scores Huge Victory Against Dennis Kucinich (Plain Dealer)


Romney Snags Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)


Cuyahoga County Voters Overwhelmingly Pass Health and Human Services Tax Issue (Plain Dealer)


Joe the Plumber Wins in Ohio; He is Now an Official Contender (Los Angeles Times)


University Circle Could See Parking Lot Become $100 Million Tech, Office and Apartment Complex (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Voters Express Economic Anxiety on Eve of Super Tuesday (Los Angeles Times)


Get Ready to Play Ballot Issue Bingo – Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Ohio’s “Little People” Implore Republicans to Help Working Class (Bloomberg)


$13 Billion Clean-Energy Bond Issue Gets Green Light (Columbus Dispatch)


Shale Gas and Oil Will Add $5 Billion to Ohio’s Economy by 2014, Say Economists (Plain Dealer)


Chardon High School Shooting Coverage (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Kids’ Fate Rests in Legislators’ Shaky Hands – Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Taking All the Wrong Roads – Roldo Bartimole (Cleveland Leader)


Lorain County Issues Take Center Stage in Battle Between Reps. Dennis Kucinich and Marcy Kaptur (Plain Dealer)


Feds to Spend $50M to Protect Great Lakes from Asian Carp (Toledo Blade)


Local (Canton) Mail Will Go to Cleveland for Processing (Canton Repository)


National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s Narrow Escape – Sharon Broussard (Plain Dealer)


Rock Hall 2012 Induction Events Announced (WKYC)


Could Shale Gas Create a Manufacturing Renaissance in Ohio? (Industry Week)


Global Cleveland Seeks to Boost a Successful Import and Attract More Boomerangers (Plain Dealer)


Ohio AG Mike DeWine Switches Backing From Romney to Santorum Before GOP Primary (Washington Post)


Ohio Colleges Agree on Construction Wish List (Columbus Dispatch)


Santorum Takes the Lead in Ohio (New York Times)


Muscular Dystrophy Therapy Wins $250,000 JumpStart Investment (MedCity News)


DeWine to Review Amendment Calling for More Renewable Energy Spending (Columbus Dispatch)


Where Langston Hughes Fueled His Muse: Cleveland (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


Kaptur, Kucinich Shift Efforts Into High Gear (Toledo Blade)


Cuyahoga County Council Could Consider Charging for Plastic Bags, in First General Law Proposal (Plain Dealer)


Broadband Expanding to Lure Jobs to State (Dayton Daily News)


Ohio State of the State Address (C-Span)


Ohio Gov. John Kasich Declares Ohio is “Alive Again” in His Second State of the State Speech (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Says “Welcome World” as a Welcome Hub Opens at Public Square (Plain Dealer)


From River Silt to Natural Habitat, Dike 14 Officially Opens as Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve (Plain Dealer)


GOP Presidential Hopefuls Turning to Ohio Primary (Chillicothe Gazette)


Schools in Ohio Changing Yet Again (Bucyrus Telegraph)


Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald Promises Economic Development in State of County Address (Plain Dealer)


Great Lakes Groups Ramp Up Pressure to Separate Mississippi River from Great Lakes (Plain Dealer)


Tuition Caps at Ohio Colleges Rein in Fee Hikes (Columbus Dispatch)


Cleveland Churches for Sale: In Cleveland, A Battle Over Unwanted Churches (Huffington Post)


Greater Cleveland Manufacturers Testing New Strengths to Fight Skills Gap (Plain Dealer)


Funding for Second Inner Belt Bridge Coud Take a Back Seat to Statewide Projects (Plain Dealer)


Plague of Abandoned Houses Requires a Unified Effort to Cure: Brent Larkin (Plain Dealer)


It’s Official: The NHL All-Star Game is Coming to Columbus (Columbus Dispatch)


First Energy Closing 6 Coal-Fired Power Plants (Akron Beacon Journal)


Cleveland’s League Park to Get $5 Million Renovation (Plain Dealer)


Change of Attitude in Canada Revives Hopes for Cross-Lake Ferry Service (Plain Dealer)


91-Turbine Wind Farm Approved for Ohio (Akron Beacon Journal)


Ohio College Students Unite to Push Their Issues (Columbus Dispatch)


Hydrofracking Discussion Draws Crowd to Brunswick (Sun News)


Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Endorses Dennis Kucinich in His Re-election Bid (Plain Dealer)


Cleveland Schedules Meeting on Lakefront Plan (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Loses Ground in Tobacco Fight (Columbus Dispatch)


Tobacco Costing State $9.2 Billion; Health Care Costs Rise (Dayton Daily News)


Ohio Voters Evenly Split On “Heartbeat Bill” (Columbus Dispatch)


Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Railroad Receive $3.2 Million in Grants (Akron Beacon Journal)


Kasich Seeks Taxes on Oil, Gas Drilling (Columbus Dispatch)


Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Opens Library and Archives to the Public (Washington Post)


In Cleveland, New Martin Luther King, Jr. Recording Uncovered (The Daily Caller)


Martin Luther King’s Speech Here in 1967 Remembered by Those Who Were There (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Has 840,000 Students Getting School Lunch Aid (Dayton Daily News)


Term Limits, Gutting of Home Rule Have Blocked Accountability: Tom Suddes (Columbus Dispatch)


Most Ohio Jobs to Require Education Beyond High School (Dayton Daily News)


ArcelorMittal to Reopen Portion of Flats Steel Mill, Hire 150 New Workers (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Proposal Would Raise Interstate Speed Limit to 70 mph (USA Today)


Acura Will Build Its Luxury “Supercar” in Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)


LaunchHouse Duo Aims to Foster a New Generation of Job Creators (Plain Dealer)


Tough Fight Awaits Kaptur, Kucinich (Toledo Blade)


Men Posting Stronger Job Gains Than Women (Dayton Daily News)


Cleveland-Akron Ranks as Nation’s 18th Largest Urban Area: Statistical Snapshot (Plain Dealer)


Ohio Halts Wells After Quake, Won’t Stop Natural-Gas Drilling (Bloomberg)


Ohio Teachers to be Watched and Graded on Classroom Performance (Plain Dealer)


Drilling Wastewater Examined in Ohio Earthquakes (Wall Street Journal)


Theater District in Line for Apartments (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Set to Hike Minimum Wage (Toledo Blade)

Ohio Sand Turns to Gold as Drilling Boom Comes to Buckeye State (Akron Beacon Journal)

Military More Easily Attracting Recruits Compared to Past Years (Dayton Daily News)

Teach For America Could Bring Up to 100 Teachers to Ohio by Fall (WKSU)

EPA Toughens Clean-Air Rules (Columbus Dispatch)

Two Private Colleges in Ohio Among Nation’s Most Selective (Columbus Business First)

Ohio’s Economy Set to See Oil Boom Thanks to Fracking (CNN)

Report: State Should Raise Oil and Gas Tax (Columbus Dispatch)

Ohio Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 2008 (Columbus Dispatch)

Toxic Algae in Lake Erie Threatens Fishing, Tourism (Toledo Blade)

See Ohio’s New Congressional Map (

Ohio Holds Third Highest Execution Rates (Dayton Daily News)

Ohio Primary Moves Back Up to March (Politico)

Bill Calls for Ohio Schools to Teach More History Lessons (Columbus Dispatch)

Federal Government Provides Incentives for Paperless Medical Records (Akron Beacon Journal)

Gas Drilling Surge in Ohio Spurs Fear, Brings Jobs (Detroit Free Press)

Shortened NBA Season Cost Cuyahoga County $800,000 (Cleveland Scene)

Editorial: Ohio Needs to Repeal Term Limits (

Referendum on Election Reforms Set for 2012 Ballot (Youngstown Vindicator) 

Gingrich Far Ahead of Romney Among Ohio Republicans (Toledo Blade)

College Pushing 3-Year Degress (

Unusual Labor Brawl Hits Cooper Tire (Wall Street Journal)

Ohio Falls to 36th in Nation for Resident Health; Smoking Rate Jumps (Dayton Daily News)

AmTrust Financial Services, A New York Insurer, Could Bring 1,000 Jobs to Downtown Cleveland (Plain Dealer)

Maps Compare Ohio County-by-County Issue 2 results to 2010 Gubernatorial Race (WCPN/Ideastream)

Real Battle for Lake Erie Just Beginning (Columbus Dispatch)

Ron Sims, Former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Dev. Discusses Urban Sprawl and Poverty as Obstacles to Cleveland’s Future (City Club)

In Detroit, a Bid to Prevent a State Takeover (New York Times)

Income Inequality on the Rise in Northeast Ohio (Plain Dealer)

Critics: Ohio Dragging its Feet on Health-Insurance Exchanges (Columbus Dispatch)

Cleveland Ignites Job Growth With Rebuilding Project (New York Times)

Recipe for Middle-Class Jobs (Wall Street Journal)

With Apartments Full, Developers Look For New Rental Opportunities in Downtown Cleveland (Plain Dealer)

Ohio’s Political Christmas List (Plain Dealer)

District Fight Causes Campaign Confusion (Lancaster Eagle Gazette)

Low-Key Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Emerging as Man with Big Ideas (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Schools Unsure Who Will Pay For Computers (Dayton Daily News)

Ohio Gov. Kasich to Propose New Rules For Lake Erie Water Usage (Plain Dealer)

Republic Steel to Add 450 Jobs to Lorain as Oil and Gas Booms (Plain Dealer)

Remapping Fight Costs Ohio Clout in Primary (Wall Street Journal)

Ohio Voters May Decide Who Rules U.S. Senate (Columbus Dispatch)

Issue 2 Fallout: What’s Next For Kasich and Ohio GOP? (Canton Repository)

Northeast Ohio is Manufacturing its Way Out of the Great Recession (Plain Dealer)

Cleveland’s Mayor Frank Jackson Unveils Plan For Redeveloping the City’s Lakefront (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Voters’ Voices Won’t Sooth Kasich or Obama (Toledo Blade)

Decline in Manual Skills Raises Concerns for Future Work Force (Dayton Daily News)

Report: Ohio Ranks 2nd Nationally for Mercury Pollution (

Cuyahoga County Wants Young Adults to Apply for Next Generation Council (Plain Dealer)

Author Says State’s Niche is Water Expertise (Detroit Free Press)

Ohio Ranks Second in Nation in Overall Jobs Increase (Dayton Daily News)

Ohio Scores Still a Tick Above Nation’s (Columbus Dispatch)

Cleveland Think Tank Report: Region’s Economic Viability Depends on Residents’ Health (Plain Dealer)

Natural Gas Reserves Are Big, Ohio is Estimating (Akron Beacon Journal)

Lack of Diversity Hinders Greater Cincinnati (

Ohio Jobless Rate 9.1%; Mich. at 11.1% (Toledo Blade) 

New England Issues Sales Pitch For Young Graduates-Aging Population Spurs State Initiative to Keep College Graduate From Fleeing (Wall Street Journal)

Online Sales Cost Ohio 11,000 Jobs ( 

Music Rocks the Cleveland Economy: Steve Litt (Plain Dealer)

Playing Chicken With Ohio’s Congressional Districts (Cleveland Scene)

Mercury Still a Big Problem for Michigan’s Fish, Report Says (Detroit Free Press)

The Cost of Heritage – We Treasure our Architectural Legacy, But it’s Increasingly Difficult to Pay For (


The City Club’s Century of Free Speech is a Milestone Well Worth a Full Year of Celebration (Plain Dealer)


More Issues Coming to Ohioans’ Ballots: Thomas Suddes (Plain Dealer)


Prohibition, the new documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick (WVIZ/Ideastream/PBS)

City Ok’s Immigrant-Friendly Plan Unanimously (Dayton Daily News)

Cleveland School District Could Save Millions by Moving Out of its Old Offices (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Union Law Pits Business Groups Against Public Workers (Business Week)

Tech Job Losses Hamper Ohio (Dayton Daily News)

Cleveland Officials Try New Flash Mobs Crackdown (Canton Repository)

Cultivating An Immigrant Crop: Frolik (Plain Dealer)

Millions of Barrels of Drilling Wastes Injected Below Akron-Canton Area (Akron Beacon Journal)

Utica-Shale Wells Going Gangbusters (Columbus Dispatch)

Ending Exodus of Young Professionals Vital to Growth (Dayton Daily News)

GOP Sees Ohio as Key to Capturing Senate (Boston Globe)

Education a Key Force in the Region’s Growth (Dayton Daily News)

Sustainable Cleveland 2019: Local Food Movement Could Create 28,000 New Jobs (Plain Dealer)

Fracking” Future (Columbus Dispatch)

Entrepreneurs are Key to More Local Jobs (Dayton Daily News)

Reapportionment: Maps Tilt Ohio More to GOP (Columbus Dispatch)

Census Shows Akron Facing New Kind of Poverty (Akron Beacon Journal)

Legislature Approves New Ohio Congressional Map (Marion Star)

Dayton Reaches Out to Immigrants (Dayton Daily News)

U.S. Sen. Brown Calls For Passage of Bill to Protect the Jobless (Youngstown Vindicator)

Ohio Shale Gas Worth billions of dollars and 200,000 Jobs (Plain Dealer)

Ohio Democrats Gambled, Lost — and now they’re angry: Joe Frolik (Plain Dealer)

Volt’s Arrival Jolts Interest at Valley Lots (Youngstown Vindicator)

Dan Gilbert Quickens Detroit Revival: 2,000 Jobs Moving Downtown Soon (Detroit Free Press)

Cincinnati May Be Last in Casino Race (

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