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Daylight saving time: When do we fall back?

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Every year, Ohioans have to contend with daylight saving time. But thankfully, with autumn essentially upon us, we’ll all soon gain an extra hour of sleep with the “fall back” time change. Clocks are set to roll back come Sunday, Nov. 7 at 2 a.m. Those with...
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Cuyahoga County home values increase 16% in 2021 reappraisal

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Residential property values increased by an average of 16% countywide, according to the results from Cuyahoga County’s 2021 triennial reappraisal, released this week. New valuations are now starting to hit mailboxes, after they were sent out beginning Sept. 17 to the county’s 489,000 residential and commercial property...

Ohio Hospitals Filling Up With 30-To-50 Year Old Unvaccinated Patients

The number of Ohioans hospitalized with COVID-19 is climbing to levels the state hasn’t seen since the deadly surge over the 2020-2021 winter, and doctors are particularly concerned about a spike in patients under the age of 50. In the past 24 hours, the state reported 459 new COVID-19 hospitalizations...

Flats East Bank plans reveal $84 million project

Next phase of development of downtown Cleveland’s Flats East BankGP. Plans were shared with NEOtrans today for Kenect Cleveland, the proposed next phase of development of downtown Cleveland’s Flats East Bank. This conceptual rendering by Goettsch Partners for developer Akara Partners, both of Chicago, shows a wide-angled view looking generally east from the intersection of Front Street on the left and West 11th Street on the right. Currently occupying the site is a 173-space, 2.45-acre surface parking lot.
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More than 1 in 4 Akron Children’s PICU patients have COVID-19

Akron Children’s Hospital is treating a record number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, who now account for more than a quarter of all patients in the pediatric intensive care unit. As of Tuesday, Akron Children’s has 20 COVID-19 patients hospitalized, including 17 in Akron and three at its Beeghly Campus in...

Northeast Ohio communities prepare for possible flooding ahead of heavy rain

VALLEY VIEW, Ohio (WOIO) - With heavy and steady rain expected throughout Northeast Ohio on Wednesday, Angela Russell is preparing the possibility that the Valley View restaurant she manages could be impacted by flood-induced road closures. “It’s not exactly a secret that the river and the canal, when [we’re] expecting...

Cleveland Metroparks recognized as ‘Best in the Nation’

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Most Northeast Ohioans are familiar with the excellence of Cleveland’s Metroparks, but a national agency has now bestowed its highest honor on the region’s “Emerald Necklace.”. Cleveland Metroparks has been awarded the 2021 “Award of Excellence in Parks and Recreation Management” by the National Recreation and Park...

2 Ohio Counties Want Unvaccinated Jurors Kicked From Upcoming Opioid Trial

The Oct. 4 bellwether trial against four pharmacies, including Walgreens and Walmart, will take place in person in Cleveland. U.S. District Judge Dan Polster previously reversed his own order excluding unvaccinated jurors after the pharmacies objected. The counties, in a Sept. 21 bench brief, cite the Jury Selection and Service...
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Cleveland Metroparks honored with ‘Best in Nation’ award

CLEVELAND (WJW) – The Cleveland Metroparks is being recognized with a national honor on Tuesday. The American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration awarded Cleveland Metroparks with the 2021 National Gold Medal “Best in Nation” Award. It’s the highest national honor you can receive in the parks and recreation field.

Elyria to host first hack-a-thon

Elyria will host its first virtual hack-a-thon the weekend of Oct. 22-24. It is holding the event in partnership with Case Western Reserve University, Dataswift, Kinetic by Windstream and Lorain County Community College. Participants will work together to "hack" a solution to communitywide issues in Elyria. The winning team will...
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'They're all young': Ohio hospitals see more COVID-19 patients under 50

Younger Ohioans with COVID-19 are filling up hospitals more than ever before, health officials said Tuesday, overwhelming providers that are also contending with an exodus of staff. Gov. Mike DeWine held a media briefing on Tuesday with hospital leaders across the state who say they're seeing a growing number of...