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Canceled appointments, out-of-state referrals: 6-week ban uproots Ohio abortion access

A 15-year-old girl laid flat on an examination table at the Northeast Ohio Women’s Center, staring at a swirling blue pond with lotus flowers and koi fish on the ceiling above her head. She's about 14 weeks pregnant and visited the Cuyahoga Falls clinic on Friday as access to abortion fell away in much of the country. The teen is too far along to have a medication abortion, so she scheduled a surgical procedure for next week.  ...
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USFL roundup: Stallions get surprise opponent for title game

The USFL took the Stallions out of Birmingham for the league’s playoffs, but that didn’t keep the league’s permanent home team from reaching the inaugural championship game. After posting a 9-1 record to win the South Division in 10 regular-season games in Birmingham, the Stallions defeated the...
BIRMINGHAM, AL

Black bear spotted in Hudson Springs Park: How to 'bear-proof' your yard

Bear Watch 2022 has officially began in Northeast Ohio with a recent sighting of a black bear in Hudson. "It's that time of year! The annual bear migration through Hudson has begun, w/ a confirmed black bear sighting at Hudson Springs Park," read a tweet from the city of Hudson. "It is common for young black bears to travel great distances in search of new habitat, & they travel through Hudson."
HUDSON, OH
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Stark County roundup: News from around the Canton region

ALLIANCE – Rodman Public Library, 215 E. Broadway St., will host two free family bingo games this summer. All ages are invited to play from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday and July 25. Prizes will be given out. Space is limited and registration is required for each session at www.rodmanlibrary.evanced.info/signup. For more information, call 330-821-2665, ext. 223.
STARK COUNTY, OH

'We do get to be a family' — Area pools share how they are keeping staff for season

As May becomes June and temperatures hit the 80s and 90s, community pools are a popular stop for many who want to cool down and a fun place to go. Despite delayed openings for some locations — like the Loudonville Swimming Pool — the summer season is now in full swing, and some pool managers say they are busier than ever. Busy days lead to a need for more lifeguards and local managers shared how they recruit and keep workers at their pools.
LOUDONVILLE, OH
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Eating champion’s life has been a moveable feast

It was the greatest upset in northeast Ohio history. Not The Drive, The Fumble or The Shot. Not Dennis Kucinich becoming the city’s youngest mayor. Almost fifty years ago, 16-year-old Dave “King Coondog” O’Karma took down one of the area’s most beloved champions, “Mushmouth” Mariano Pacetti, in Hoolihan and Big Chuck’s Pizza Fight of the Century.
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Three great steakhouses in Ohio

What do you usually order when you go out? If your answer is a steak with some fresh vegetables on the side, then you are in the right place, especially if you live in Ohio or travel to Ohio often. That's because I have put together a list of three great steakhouses in Ohio that you should definitely visit next time you are in the area.
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