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  • University of Akron president's home renovations cost $950,000, records show

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    Karen Farkas, Northeast Ohio Media Group
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Renovating and furnishing University of Akron President Scott Scarborough's home cost $950,000, which has angered employees, especially those who lost their jobs this week.
  • Veteran upset after Willowick apartment tells him to take down American flag

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    Bill Sheil
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:58 pm
    WILLOWICK, Ohio- Keith Ludwig says when it comes to flying his American flag, it’s a matter of principle. “I’m a veteran, my grandfather’s a veteran, my dad’s a veteran. We’re a military family,” he said on Friday. So Ludwig said he was surprised, and angered, when the management of Shoregate Towers told him on Thursday he’d have to remove the flag that flies from his balcony. “My flag is now coming down.”  he said. Ludwig showed us his lease, and there is a clause on using the exterior of the units that basically prohibits hanging…
  • Sunny, warm weekend ahead for Akron area

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    Cliff Pinckard, Northeast Ohio Media Group
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:36 am
    High temperatures will drop into the 70s by next week.
  • Belle Amie salon opens with style: Community Voices

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    Linda G. Kramer, City of Berea
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:23 pm
    Belle Amie salon opens in Berea Commons.
  • TimkenSteel posts $24.3 million loss in second quarter

    Crain's Cleveland Business - Breaking News
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:29 am
    The Canton-based company's energy and distribution segment saw the largest decline as net sales decreased by about 64% compared to this time last year.
 
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  • Veteran upset after Willowick apartment tells him to take down American flag

    Bill Sheil
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:58 pm
    WILLOWICK, Ohio- Keith Ludwig says when it comes to flying his American flag, it’s a matter of principle. “I’m a veteran, my grandfather’s a veteran, my dad’s a veteran. We’re a military family,” he said on Friday. So Ludwig said he was surprised, and angered, when the management of Shoregate Towers told him on Thursday he’d have to remove the flag that flies from his balcony. “My flag is now coming down.”  he said. Ludwig showed us his lease, and there is a clause on using the exterior of the units that basically prohibits hanging…
  • Blue moon appearing tonight, along with a two chances to see the International Space Station

    Kaily Cunningham
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    CLEVELAND – Tonight everyone will have the pleasure of seeing a Blue moon. although the chances of it actually being blue are very slim, according to ABC News. A Blue moon is technically just the second full moon in a month, something that rarely happens. This year, we will now have 13 full moons instead of 12. The last time we had a blue moon was August 2012 and we won’t see another until January 2018. The moon will only be blue after volcanic eruptions, and there is a chance tonight’s moon could even be red. “Often, when the Moon is hanging low, it looks red for the…
  • Forecast: Warm, sunny and chance for a stray shower later on

    Melissa Mack
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Happy FRRRiday!!! Incidentally, the second full moon to occur this month is this evening (the “blue moon”). August makes its debut this weekend. Saturday will be the PICK DAY as it will be filled with sunshine with highs touching the lower 80s. Sunday will bring back our a chance of rain/thunder during the PM hours.   Saturday will be a great day to hang out ‘pool side’! Your latest 8-day forecast is as follows: Contrary to what people are thinking this month after a few weeks without appreciable rainfall (still running a 1/2″ deficit in July), we are nowhere near drought…
  • Two local players battle for their spots on the 2015 Cleveland Browns roster

    P.J. Ziegler
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment BEREA — When you’re a young kid growing up in Cleveland you dream of one day playing for the hometown team. Two local kids are living out that dream right now in Berea as they battle for a roster spot with the Cleveland Browns. 23-year-old Carey Spear has plenty of memories of Browns Training Camp in Berea. “I remember walking through the gates just past there and seeing Willie McGinest, trying to get Willie’s…
  • Two semi-trucks involved in head-on crash in Geauga County

    Jen Steer
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment CLARIDON TOWNSHIP, Ohio- Part of Route 322 is closed in Claridon Township after two semi-trucks collided Friday afternoon, the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office says. The crash happened at Route 322 and Taylor Wells Road. Several fire departments are at the scene, including Burton and Chardon. One person was taken to an area hospital by medical helicopter, the sheriff’s office said. Cleanup is expected to take a while. Keep checking…
 
 
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  • Veteran upset after Willowick apartment tells him to take down American flag

    Bill Sheil
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:58 pm
    WILLOWICK, Ohio- Keith Ludwig says when it comes to flying his American flag, it’s a matter of principle. “I’m a veteran, my grandfather’s a veteran, my dad’s a veteran. We’re a military family,” he said on Friday. So Ludwig said he was surprised, and angered, when the management of Shoregate Towers told him on Thursday he’d have to remove the flag that flies from his balcony. “My flag is now coming down.”  he said. Ludwig showed us his lease, and there is a clause on using the exterior of the units that basically prohibits hanging…
  • Blue moon appearing tonight, along with a two chances to see the International Space Station

    Kaily Cunningham
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    CLEVELAND – Tonight everyone will have the pleasure of seeing a Blue moon. although the chances of it actually being blue are very slim, according to ABC News. A Blue moon is technically just the second full moon in a month, something that rarely happens. This year, we will now have 13 full moons instead of 12. The last time we had a blue moon was August 2012 and we won’t see another until January 2018. The moon will only be blue after volcanic eruptions, and there is a chance tonight’s moon could even be red. “Often, when the Moon is hanging low, it looks red for the…
  • Forecast: Warm, sunny and chance for a stray shower later on

    Melissa Mack
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Happy FRRRiday!!! Incidentally, the second full moon to occur this month is this evening (the “blue moon”). August makes its debut this weekend. Saturday will be the PICK DAY as it will be filled with sunshine with highs touching the lower 80s. Sunday will bring back our a chance of rain/thunder during the PM hours.   Saturday will be a great day to hang out ‘pool side’! Your latest 8-day forecast is as follows: Contrary to what people are thinking this month after a few weeks without appreciable rainfall (still running a 1/2″ deficit in July), we are nowhere near drought…
  • Two local players battle for their spots on the 2015 Cleveland Browns roster

    P.J. Ziegler
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment BEREA — When you’re a young kid growing up in Cleveland you dream of one day playing for the hometown team. Two local kids are living out that dream right now in Berea as they battle for a roster spot with the Cleveland Browns. 23-year-old Carey Spear has plenty of memories of Browns Training Camp in Berea. “I remember walking through the gates just past there and seeing Willie McGinest, trying to get Willie’s…
  • Two semi-trucks involved in head-on crash in Geauga County

    Jen Steer
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment CLARIDON TOWNSHIP, Ohio- Part of Route 322 is closed in Claridon Township after two semi-trucks collided Friday afternoon, the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office says. The crash happened at Route 322 and Taylor Wells Road. Several fire departments are at the scene, including Burton and Chardon. One person was taken to an area hospital by medical helicopter, the sheriff’s office said. Cleanup is expected to take a while. Keep checking…
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  • Salazar, Graveman to face off in Oakland

    Trevor Hass
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:02 am
    Kendall Graveman will try to return to form when the A's host the Indians in the second game of a four-game set at the Coliseum on Friday.
  • Carrasco cruises, Santana homers to top A's

    Jordan Bastian and Jane Lee
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:49 pm
    Carlos Santana hit a two-run homer in support of right-hander Carlos Carrasco, who fired a one-run complete game to guide the Indians to a series-opening 3-1 victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Thursday night.
  • Carrasco shakes off trade rumors in stellar start

    Jordan Bastian
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:44 pm
    It looked to Indians manager Terry Francona as though recent trade rumors were beginning to trouble starter Carlos Carrasco. Worried that it could become a distraction, Francona had a brief chat with the pitcher about the reports claiming that teams were calling Cleveland about the big right-hander.
  • Chisenhall set for utility role in return to Indians

    Jordan Bastian
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:44 pm
    Given the emergence of rookie Giovanny Urshela, Lonnie Chisenhall's days as the Indians' starting shortstop appear to be behind him. Chisenhall has taken the developments of the past few months in stride, and is now trying to show Cleveland that he can be counted on as a versatile utility man.
  • Kluber after Indians' trades: 'It's not over yet'

    Jordan Bastian
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:42 pm
    Corey Kluber is not ready to concede this season for the Indians. Sitting at his locker inside the visitors' clubhouse at the Coliseum on Thursday, the leader of Cleveland's rotation shrugged off the trades made by the team's front office over the past few days.
 
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  • Play Me: “Look to the Sun” by Obnox

    Bill Lipold
    28 Jul 2015 | 2:49 pm
    Bim don’t quit. Clevelander, Lamont “Bim” Thomas writes, records, and tours as Obnox as often as other musicians tweet their lamebrain opinions on shit they don’t know shit about, which is all the damn time. 2015 has already seen to Obnox albums: Boogalou Reed and Know America, and today, we get the first taste of Bim’s third release of 2015 in the form of “Look to the Sun” from Wiglet, due out later this year on Ever/Never. This one is a slow, purposeful crusher with deliberate, doom metal guitars rendered in static, and vocals, half spoken and half…
  • New Jam City: New Jams by Fuzz, Kurt Vile, and Archie & The Bunkers

    Bill Lipold
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:27 am
    Not to be confused with The Ty Segall Band, Fuzz is that other band from the prolific, left-coast garage rocker, Ty Segall. And like Fuzz’s 2013 release, “Rat Race” and “Pollinate” from Fuzz’s forthcoming, In the Red Records release on 10.23, both feature that smoked out, heavy duty blues sound your longhaired uncle dropped out to in 1973. Philladelphia weirdo-blues hero, Kurt Vile, has a different definition of pimpin’ than most of us have. Vile’s pimpin’ does not include fancy clothes, an open bar, and pretty people poolside. It…
  • The Rockometer: Payola by Desaparecidos

    Bill Lipold
    20 Jul 2015 | 5:31 pm
          Desaparecidos Payola Epitaph Records Political punk rock comes with a unique risk. What if all the causes you’ve been championing have been overtaken by more pressing issues by the time your album hits the streets? In our era, dominated by hot takes and social media firestorms, remaining topical is even more difficult. When you consider anarcho-punk forebearers, Crass were left to question their own strategy after Thatcher began and ended the Falkland’s War in the early ’80s while the band worked for more than a year on the double album, Christ –…
  • Play Me: “Another World” by Royal Headache

    Bill Lipold
    15 Jul 2015 | 10:27 am
    Royal Headache by Luke Stephenson The fact that the music of Sydney’s Royal Headache generates instant comparisons to past greats like The Nerves or The Jam is in no way a knock on the band. Rather, it’s a compliment of the highest order. Listen to this new jam, “Another World,” and how its gravely, high-energy mix cannot hide the quartet’s pop acumen. It’s perfect pop, played with vigor, sung with soul, as if Royal Headache first ones to stumble upon the formula. Royal Headache’s new album, High, will be released August 21st on What’s Your…
  • Watch Me: “Friday I’m In Love” by Yo La Tengo

    Bill Lipold
    14 Jul 2015 | 9:35 am
    Beautiful, simply beautiful. No, not that part about the apocalypse happening in the background as Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley calmly strolls through her neighborhood whispering a joyful song. I wouldn’t wish the apocalypse on anyone. Yo La Tengo’s cover of The Cure’s “Friday I’m in Love” is beautiful as its stripped down to its basics — A light, uplifting melody supported by patient, thoughtful strums. Yo La Tengo’s new record, Stuff Like That There, will be released on 8.28 on Matador Records.
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  • Danny Shelton bought his family a house in Washington

    Josh Poloha
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    When Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Danny Shelton was selected with the 12th overall pick in this past draft, one of the most important things on his bucket list that he wanted to cross off was to buy a house for his family. Although he stated that he must be financially stable, even after receving his first NFL paycheck, as part of his four-year, $11.7 (fully guaranteed) deal, the rookie did just that — he bought a home for his family in Washington. “It’s great. Thinking about how far I have come, thinking about everything that I have planned my whole life – I always told my mom I…
  • Muni Lot meets Playhouse Square: A review of Dawg Pounded

    Will Gibson
    31 Jul 2015 | 9:15 am
    If you’re going to see Dawg Pounded, the original play written by Cleveland native Tim Tyler, you have to think about your plus-one. I suppose you could go with anyone, but only a certain type of person will properly understand and appreciate the show. You need someone who knows the history. You need someone knows the heartbreak. You need someone who responds to tales of Browns woe not with mockery or scorn, but deep, true understanding. You need to find someone who’s crazy enough to join you at a play about life as a Cleveland Browns fan. My company for the evening was my longtime…
  • Gilbert Arenas on LeBron James: “He’s not a No. 1 option”

    Josh Poloha
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    Former Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas has not played in a game since 2012 (and is still somehow getting paid, but that’s beside the point), but he still has his fair share of opinions on the NBA. In his latest Instagram post, Arenas decided to talk about Cleveland Cavaliers point-forward LeBron James. At first, he explained how an athlete like James “comes around once in a blue moon.” “A man who’s so physically gifted he could walk into any sport and be a HOF’er off his natural (God given ability),” Arenas wrote. Obviously, Agent Zero knows…
  • Embrace crying in baseball

    Michael Bode
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    No more baseball, coach? A simple, poignant question amid the flurry of medals, adulation, and reflection upon the conclusion of a Teeball Little League season. A four-year-old player on my team had realized that the celebration came at a harrowing cost; no more baseball. His eyes enlarged, reddened, and finally allowed streams of teardrops to traverse his cheeks as his head drooped. His parents would do their best to philosophically explain the cyclical nature of sporting seasons in that every ending would lead to a new beginning. I would empathatically reminisce with him about how he…
  • Recapping Big Ten Football Media Day with Urban Meyer

    Josh Poloha
    31 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    On the same day that Ohio State announced that four players would be suspended for the season opener at Virginia Tech, head coach Urban Meyer spoke at Big Ten Football Media Days in Chicago. Obviously, the first question that was asked to Meyer had to deal with the suspensions, by which Meyer did not seem too fazed. After admitting that he knew about these suspensions for awhile now, he once again stated the “Next Man Up” theory that the Buckeyes used during 2014. “We have recruited very well. So get going, move forward,” said Meyer. When asked of how the team and…
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