The 32-year-old progressive candidate brings fresh perspectives to the Rubber City. By Robin Goist
The mines, located underneath Lake Erie, harvest about 12,000 tons of salt every day. By Jacob DeSmit
Jellyfish, sponges and lampreys are just some of the critters that lurk in Cleveland's Great Lake. By Becky Boban
Amtrak has entered a new era, and it could change everything about traveling in Ohio. Here’s what we learned from a 1,000-mile ride on the Lake Shore Limited line, through Cleveland. By Annie Nickoloff
Long before the days of car bombings and Danny Greene, Cleveland's first criminal kingpins were locked in a bloody war for control of the city's rackets.
How the death of a family matriarch inspired one local writer to spend a week on Italy’s St. Francis Way in search of clarity, closure and — ultimately — connection.
The Shakespeare-loving English teacher and coach of football and track retires this year after five decades of working to create a better man in his students and in himself.
The pieces coming together for a bold, new vision for the lakefront.
As activists make another push for legalizing cannabis this November, the corporate lawyer is leading the charge.
Why the Ukrainian Easter egg means so much to one Cleveland doctor.
From the opening of League Park to the new name change, the pylons of Berea sandstone will forever be connected to the diamond.
For more than three decades, Sylvia Korey has served as the protector of one of Ohio's most historic homes. But what she sees as a rescue plan to escape its demolition, Hunting Valley officials perceive as a threat to the village's character.
After being diagnosed with terminal cancer last year, the prolific artist looks back at the work she created while forging ahead with resilience.