Any chance Isaac Okoro will start for Cleveland Cavaliers at shooting guard? Hey, Chris!

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Veterans gather for cookout, camaraderie at annual Berea picnic

BEREA, Ohio – More than 100 military veterans and guests attended the Berea Office of Veterans Outreach annual picnic honoring their service and affording them the opportunity to foster friendships and camaraderie. The free Thursday (Aug. 11) event took place in Kiwanis Pavilion at Coe Lake. Guitars 4 Vets...

No more quarantine, but serial testing recommended; COVID-19 news roundup August 12, 2022

CLEVELAND, Ohio— The Centers for Disease Control has dropped the quarantine requirement for people with known COVID-19 exposure, meanwhile national parks in the state of Tennessee are reinstating face masks inside park buildings, North Korea has announced unsubstantiated claims victory over COVID, and the FDA has new recommendations for avoiding false negatives when using at-home COVID tests.

Cleveland City Hall employee sues city over lack of overtime pay while working from home during COVID-19 pandemic

CLEVELAND, Ohio— A Cleveland City Hall employee sued the city, claiming she wasn’t paid overtime while working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. Eve Bonvissuto, an assistant administrator in the public safety department’s medical unit, said in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Cleveland that the city acknowledged months ago that it owed her money, but it still hasn’t paid her.

Republicans led by Ohio’s Mike Turner pledge to press for more details on FBI search at ex-President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home

WASHINGTON, D. C. - U.S. Rep. Mike Turner of Dayton and other Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence vowed Friday to continue demanding answers from U.S. Department of Justice about the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, even after some of the information from the search warrant is released later Friday.

Berea Planning Commission recommends townhomes project approval

BEREA, Ohio – The Aug. 4 Berea Planning Commission meeting was lengthy, informative and ultimately successful for developers seeking to build a 69-townhome development in the city’s north end. Commission members voted to recommend approval to City Council of Stage 2 preliminary plans for the planned unit development...

When is it OK to omit the education section on a resume?

Dear Sam: I am 46 years old and looking for a job. I am working on updating my resume and was wondering how to list my education. I graduated from high school and attended college for just one year before working for a local manufacturer. I worked my way up from a line associate to an assistant manager in the Stamping Department before I was let go last year. I have more than 10 years of management experience but no college degree. How much (if any) of my education should I list on my resume? Should I put down that I attended college for one year but did not graduate or leave it off altogether? – Jay.

Director Joe Russo to bartend at TOLI in Little Italy this weekend

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Film director Joe Russo is returning home this weekend to pour drinks during the Feast of the Assumption celebration in Cleveland’s Litty Italy. Russo, who along with his brother Anthony, is one half of the most commercially successful directing duo in movie history, will serve as a guest celebrity bartender at TOLI on Saturday. You can find him on the back patio starting at 9 p.m. The bar, also known as Tavern of Little Italy, is located at 12117 Mayfield Road.