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Cleveland Plain Dealer

Breaking Local News from Cleveland, OH
  1. The city-owned Raintree Golf and Event Center, under the management of Billy Casper Golf, has announced its operations team for the upcoming season, which is to begin March 1.
  2. In Brook Park, two men said they were attacked by about 15 younger males in Wedo Park. Also, several credit cards were stolen from a house on Zaremba.
  3. Former Highland Heights City Council president Chuck Brunello, Jr. was sworn in Wednesday as the city's mayor, replacing former mayor Scott Coleman, who resigned Tuesday after allegations against him of embezzlement.
  4. Ranking the best movies of the past 19 years, from "The Dark Knight" and "No Country for Old Men" to last year's "Black Panther."
  5. If Trump can't handle an SNL skit or reporters armed with nothing more than notebooks, laptops and facts, he fits the political definition of a "Snowflake."
  6. Ohioans are going hungry through no fault of their own, and right now it's impossible to figure out if or to what extent the state's new Benefits System is the cause. That is something Gov. Mike DeWine's administration needs to fix - now, writes the editorial board.
  7. Cheers to those helping shelter dog Geronimo find a family and double cheers to those who've stepped up to mentor "Say Yes" college-bound Cleveland seniors - many more are needed! Jeers to the crazily misguided "eliminate the president' Nerf-ball game in Berea, writes the editorial board.
  8. Police arrested a drunk Berea man after seeing him driving without headlights. Also, someone broke into a ground-floor apartment at Tabor Ridge.
  9. Sanders raised $6,000,000 after announcing he's joining the presidential race. That's also the number of Democrats currently competing with him for the party nomination.
  10. The Portage Lakes Polar Bear Club will host a Feb. 23 Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump to benefit the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. The 16th annual jump will be at the Portage Lakes State Park swim beach, 5031 Manchester Road.
  11. Stone is in blatant contempt of court. His conditional release should be revoked. Lock him up!
  12. Cleveland needs an engaged and independent City Council looking over City Hall's shoulder on spending, public safety and a range of issues to ensure that the public is informed and that city money is spent wisely and well. City Council President Kevin Kelley can make that happen -- if he's really interested in oversight, writes the editorial board.
  13. Strongsville residents in May will vote on a 5.9-mill tax for the schools. Meanwhile, the schools will implement $1.1 million in across-the-board spending cuts.
  14. Broadview Heights voters will decide May 7 whether a plan to build 42 upscale, paired townhomes - on the north side of 82, about 2,000 feet west of Broadview Road - will move forward. Also, council has approved pay raises for the future mayor and future council members.
  15. It would do both Trump and Graham some good if Graham reads the U.S. Constitution to the president who doesn't read. Specifically, Article 1 and the 25th Amendment.
  16. After a last-minute negotiating session last weekend failed to reach a deal improving teaching and learning conditions, Summit Academy Parma teachers officially went on strike Tuesday morning outside of the Stumph Road school.
  17. In Brecksville, the final cost of the Ohio 82 reconstruction project between Brecksville Road and the city's western border was just .2 percent over the original $3.4 million contract amount - even though seven change orders were added after work started.
  18. Faculty researchers in the University of Akron's College of Engineering received more than $10.9 million in research funding in 2018.
  19. Humpty Trumpty sounded like he had fallen off his wall of lies launching into an unsettling sing-song stream of consciousness to declare a National Emergency before going to Mar-a-Lago
  20. Municipal court consolidation in Cuyahoga County is something that needs to be discussed now, before a no-turning-back decision is made about the future of the Justice Center. That discussion has to be inclusive and thorough, but it should not be delayed, writes the editorial board.