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Northeast Ohio gun store owners see sales sky rocket amid the uncertainty of 2020

2020 has brought out a lot of anxiety and uncertainty for so many, and people are looking for ways to feel more secure. For gun stores, that uncertainty has translated into some big sales. → Read More

Boys Hope Girls Hope navigates virtual fundraising with Down and Derby event Saturday

For many local organizations and charities that rely on fundraisers and private donations to stay afloat, the pandemic has threatened their mission. For Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeast Ohio, the pandemic has also jeopardized the livelihood of the hundreds of kids that they help. → Read More

New cervical cancer screening recommendations cause concern among health community

The American Cancer Society has new recommendations for cervical cancer screenings, but those new recommendations are causing some doctors to worry. → Read More

University Hospitals helps create ‘playbook’ for treating and stopping COVID-19 in nursing homes

University Hospitals now has a playbook of how to better control and stop outbreaks at congregate living facilities like nursing homes. → Read More

City of Cleveland to hand out masks, not tickets, if they see informal gatherings

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson announced a new initiative that would involve officials handing out masks instead of tickets when they see informal gatherings. → Read More

University Hospitals aims to heal child victims of gun violence beyond their physical wounds

Dr. Barksdale started University Hospitals' "Antifragility Program" a year ago to help reduce recidivism in child trauma victims. → Read More

University Hospitals offering a COVID-19 rule-out clinic for its cancer patients

COVID clinic limits exposure risks to cancer patients → Read More

'It's sickening': Scammers swindle Cool Beans Cafe in Medina out of thousands

Phone scammers target Cool Beans Cafe in Medina out of thousands of dollars. → Read More

The Lorain County Public Library's 'Discovery on the Go' van is back on the road

The Lorain County Public Library system’s Discovery on the Go van is back on the road. → Read More

Data shows COVID-19 impacting women more than men, according to Cleveland's Center for Community Solutions

Researchers at the Center for Community Solutions studying the effects of COVID-19 found that women were disproportionately affected by the virus. → Read More

Wooster City Schools has the community's help to get kids safely back to school

Wooster City Schools is working with community partners to get kids back to school safely. → Read More

Peninsula Flea Market, a bright spot for vendors in an otherwise bleak summer, continues on with guidelines

Peninsula Flea carries on successfully with COVID guidelines → Read More

Trouble sleeping? You’re not alone. Doctors are seeing an uptick in COVID-induced insomnia

CLEVELAND — The pandemic has completely changed most aspects of our daily lives, and that includes our sleep schedule. Doctors throughout the country are seeing an increase in COVID-19 induced- insomnia. Dr. Sam Friedlander with University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center specializes in sleep medicine. “We are going through an unprecedented time, where there is so much stress affecting people.… → Read More

Funeral homes turn to live-streamed services as a way for families to grieve their loved ones

Funeral homes adjusting to a new norm during pandemic → Read More

Destination Cleveland launches Rediscover CLE campaign, urges locals to get out

Destination Cleveland is urging residents to get out of their homes and rediscover the city. → Read More

OHSAA says high school sports can start Aug. 1, health departments urge schools to postpone

OHSAA: High school fall sports season to start Aug. 1 → Read More

Brunswick company creates 'SAFE booths' that students can take with them from class to class

Brunswick company making plastic shields for classrooms → Read More

Ohio attorneys can receive 'Continuing Legal Education' credit for working polls on Election Day

The Ohio Supreme Court issued an order allowing state attorneys to receive Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for serving as precinct election officials on Election Day, according to Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office. → Read More

State leaders hoping to save school districts time and money by finding best internet deals for online learning

It’s crunch time for school districts throughout Ohio as leaders work to finalize their back to school plan. Governor Mike Dewine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted said they want to make sure each school district has equal access to high-quality internet. → Read More

Wooster community coming together to sew student masks for the upcoming school year

Wooster City School District’s superintendent Michael Tefs said planning for the upcoming school year has been a process, but Wooster school leaders are pleased with the options they’ve come up with. → Read More