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Breaking Local News from Cleveland, OH
  1. Cleveland Clinic Akron General is training prospective chaplains in the use of "spiritual-care skills" to enhance the healing of patients in hospitals and other health-care settings.
  2. The band was introduced Saturday afternoon by Cleveland music enthusiast John "Radio" Hannibal.
  3. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company named Jon Bellissimo and Laura Duda as new senior vice presidents.
  4. The Summit Food Coalition, a network of people and organizations looking to create a vibrant local food system in Summit County, is kicking off its Passport Program for the second year.
  5. With the Rock Hall's Class of 2019 announced, we look at the 100 most deserving artists who have yet to be inducted.
  6. There are convicts who have done far less than Michael Cohen doing harder time in harder places, like Cuyahoga County Jail. The U.S. Marshals Service found inhuman conditions in the jail after 7 inmates died.
  7. Categories include Rising Stars, Most Bipartisan Lawmakers and Best and Worst Use of Social Media
  8. Akronites tired of orange barrels have years to go before all the work is done. The Ohio Department of Transportation has a roster of major highway and bridge projects in District 4. Many of the projects are in and around Akron and total nearly $512 million. Officials say it'll be worth the wait.
  9. Trump failed to steal the show he put on for his base in a Oval Office clash with Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer.
  10. Categories include Biggest Windbag, Nicest Lawmaker and Best Dressed.
  11. A toy drive is being held through Dec. 15 in memory of Olivia Schneider, the 8-year-old Mayfield Heights girl was killed Nov. 20, along with her mother, Rebecca Pletnewksi, in their home. Donations to the 'Olivia's Dream' toy drive will go to the Marines' Toys for Tots campaign and be distributed to needy children around the country. There are drop-off locations in Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Highland Heights, Gates Mills, Lyndhurst and Cleveland.
  12. In Strongsville, Cleveland Clinic Foundation has agreed to give the city $186,000 in lieu of property taxes the hospital will no longer have to pay, due to its receiving tax-exempt status one year ago for its Strongsville medical center.
  13. FirstEnergy is offering financial assistance programs for Ohio Edison customers who need help paying their heating bills.
  14. Even in a state where lawmakers dream up new ways every year to expand gun rights into bars and day care centers, the provisions in Ohio House Bill 228 requiring prosecutors to disprove that gunfire is in self-defense are a step too far, writes the editorial board.
  15. The Akron Zoo is hosting the first ever Zoo Year's Eve on Monday, Dec. 31.
  16. North Royalton will prohibit the parking of vehicles on residential front lawns and tree lawns for more than 24 hours at a time.
  17. With counter-legislation being considered in the statehouse, the question of local enforcement, starting in April, remains.
  18. Summit Academy Community School last week was closed for three days due to a scabies outbreak at the special education-focused Stumph Road building.
  19. Nick Ayers rejection of Trump's offer to be chief of staff caught the president by surprise and reportedly left him "smocking" hot.
  20. Voting on Round Two of Capitol Letter's political awards is now open.