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Feds charge Cleveland Public Power employee who is accused of installing keyloggers on CPP computers

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Cleveland Public Power employee is accused of trying to gain information from the utility’s computers and lying to the FBI. John Pelton, the utility’s chief electric transmission operator, was charged in federal court in Cleveland with attempting to access a protected computer and obtain information and lying to investigators.
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Sheetz drops price of Unleaded 88 gasoline to $3.99 a gallon through July 4 holiday

ALTOONA, Pa. — Sheetz announced Monday it is making an effort to help customers feeling pain at the pump. The Mid-Atlantic restaurant and convenience store chain said it will reduce the price of fuel to $3.99 per gallon for Unleaded 88 and $3.49 per gallon for E85 gasoline from now through the July 4 holiday. The average price for a gallon of gas is currently $4.86 per gallon in Cleveland and $4.72 in Akron, so customers in Northeast Ohio could see as much as 86 cents in savings if customers choose Unleaded 88 when filling up at Sheetz over the holiday weekend.
CLEVELAND, OH
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The Cavs have no need to bring Ricky Rubio back

This past Thursday night, I was sitting back watching the end of the first round of the 2022 NBA Draft. The Cleveland Cavaliers had already used their first-round pick on former Kansas swingman Ochai Agbaji. Still, as the first round finally wound down, there were multiple players still on the...
CLEVELAND, OH
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Dinner aboard the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad a suitable celebration

A dinner aboard the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad was the setting when four onetime News-Herald colleagues recently reunited. It had been at least 30 years since most of us had worked together and, except for me, all had moved on to other employment as writers. But now our former editor had moved back to Ohio, and we wanted to reconnect.
AKRON, OH
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Ohio woman wins $1M Powerball on lottery app

"When I opened the big winner email, I thought, 'Something isn't right. Does that say a million dollars? I'm not believing that this is real,'" said Vennetta, recalling how she was expecting just a $12 or $18 win. "We don't gamble, period, so (my husband) was like, 'That might be fake.' I said, 'I've gotten payouts before on Jackpocket! I think I hit it. I think this is real!'"
CLEVELAND, OH
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Relax you mind and body with Yoga on the Solstice Steps this week

This past Tuesday, June 21 was International Day of Yoga—a day conceived in 2014 by the United Nations General Assembly to promote a holistic approach to health and well-being making healthier lifestyle choices to good health. In fact, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine, yoga can help improves strength, balance...
LAKEWOOD, OH

3 Food Challenges To Tackle in Ohio

Do you consider yourself to have a big appetite? Are you known for consuming large quantities of food in one sitting?. If the answer is yes, perhaps you should consider checking out these food challenges in the Buckeye State.
LAKEWOOD, OH
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First Look: Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes Opens First East Side Location in Chagrin Falls

The small storefront, which is the first and only Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes to serve fudge, is a sweet addition to the waterfall-centric tourist town. Some things are just meant to be, says Kelsey Shepard, owner of Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes. Like how the pink-loving businesswoman signed the lease for her new Chagrin Falls location, which opened on Saturday, just weeks after her daughter, Posy, was born.
CHAGRIN FALLS, OH
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Rock Music & Fashion Meet in Runway Fashion Show at the Beachland

From Elvis to the Beatles to the Rolling Stones to David Bowie to Madonna, rock stars influenced how their fans dressed, setting styles for their youthful base. The gowns and matching suits of the Motown artists spoke of their upward aspirations. Queen, Stevie Nicks, Cyndi Lauper, Blondie, the Clash — all are known for both their music and their look.
CLEVELAND, OH
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