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Adrienne DiPiazza


Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Adrienne:

‘The ovation I got’: LeBron greeted with roar, reflects on winning 5th All-Star game

LeBron James reflected on his fifth NBA All-Star Game win in his hometown, saying he hopes he never forgets the moment and was so happy to share it with his wife, kids friends and family. → Read More

Flood warning issued: Possible ice jams expected to impact multiple counties in Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND (WJW) — A flood warning is still in place from the National Weather Service as of Friday morning and will remain in effect until Friday evening. The following counties are under the flood warning: Ashland, Carroll, Coshocton, Holmes, Mahoning, Portage, Richland, Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne. Officials keeping an eye on the Cuyahoga River in […] → Read More

‘Be patient’: ODOT has warning for drivers with more snow falling

CLEVELAND (WJW)– The winter weather cycle is giving no rest for the hard-working road crews. Ohio Department of Transportation plow drivers are once again heading into a long shift of battling the elements. ODOT spokesperson Isaac Hunt says the agency will have more than 60 plows in District 12, which includes Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga […] → Read More

Cleveland’s low voter turnout shapes mayoral race

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – It’s likely the most consequential political race in Cleveland in more than a decade. Justin Bibb and Kevin Kelley will be the two names on the ballot on November 2nd. They are vying to take the helm of the city after 16-year Mayor Frank Jackson leaves office after a historic four […] → Read More

Tribe plays last home game under Cleveland Indians name Monday

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Monday afternoon the Cleveland Indians will take the field at Progressive Field for the final time under their century-old name. It will be the final home game for the Indians. The team is playing a rescheduled game against the Kansas City Royals at 1:10 pm. The team will officially take the […] → Read More

Hero mourned: Navy Corpsman Maxton Soviak to be laid to rest today

Petty Officer 3rd Class Maxton Soviak will be laid to rest today. His funeral service will be held at the Edison High School football stadium in Milan at 11 a.m. Soviak will be buried following the funeral in a private service. → Read More

Wolstein Center to give Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday

The mass vaccination site at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center in downtown Cleveland will offer the Johnson & Johnson vaccine starting Tuesday, May 11 through Monday, May 17. The vaccine is available by appointment and walk-in for those who are 18 or older. → Read More

Chagrin Falls kids keep tradition alive with annual Pumpkin Roll

A decades-long tradition rolled on in Chagrin Falls Monday night. → Read More

Pandemic causes increase in stress-related dental problems

A lot has changed at the dentist’s office since the coronavirus pandemic began. Many offices were forced to shut down in the early weeks of the pandemic to save valuable personal protective equipment and prevent any spread of the virus. → Read More

Here is the Cuyahoga County Board of Health’s updated guidance for the safe reopening of schools

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health released updated guidance for the safe reopening of schools amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Health officials said new evidence from around the world as communities send children back to school shows older students have a greater likelihood of getting Covid-19 and spreading it. → Read More

Near-death to detox: Drug and Rehab supporters now in more emergency rooms

The struggles of drug and alcohol abuse have not stopped during the coronavirus pandemic. Ohio recorded some of the highest numbers of overdose deaths in the country during the opioid epidemic, which is still an ongoing issue for families as well as first responders, hospitals, and medical examiners. → Read More

Ohio to begin Covid-19 antibody testing today

Covid-19 antibody testing is set to begin in Ohio today. State Health Department Director Dr. Amy Acton said researchers will test for antibodies as well as the accuracy of antibody tests. Governor DeWine said at a press conference on Thursday the state would also “start fairly soon” going out and sampling the general population for Covid-19. → Read More

LIVE VIDEO: Crews remain on the scene of Rocky River fire

Firefighters are still on the scene of a fire at the future Rockport River Luxury Condo building Monday morning. The four-story building was under construction and located near the intersection of Hillard Boulevard and Valley View Drive. Hilliard Blvd is closed between Wooster Road and Valley View Drive → Read More

The calm before the storm: ODOT prepping for wintry mess

(WJW)- The Ohio Department of Transportation is preparing for an evening, overnight and morning snowstorm. ODOT spokesperson Brent Kovacs says there will be 400 crews servicing the counties surrounding Cleveland when the storm hits and they crews began pretreating the roads with a salt brine Wednesday. → Read More

Senator Sherrod Brown to visit Parma as UAW strike enters second week

PARMA, Ohio - Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown is set to visit United Auto Workers striking outside the General Motors Parma Metal Center Monday. About 1000 workers walked off the job in Parma last Monday as contract negotiations between the UAW and GM fell apart. → Read More

New money coming to Ohio schools for mental health, violence prevention

EASTLAKE– After a gunman shot and killed nine people outside a bar in a popular nightlife area of downtown Dayton, Governor Mike DeWine spoke at a vigil for the victims, attempting to console the city. → Read More

Parma barbershop collecting relief supplies for Hurricane Dorian victims

PARMA, Ohio - A Parma barbershop owner is collecting relief supplies for people in the Southeastern US in the path of Hurricane Dorian. Mario Innocenzi is the owner of Mario’s Barbershop in the Pleasant Valley Shopping Center in Parma and is asking the community to donate basic necessities for the victims of the hurricane. → Read More

Cleveland’s Ohio City Farm: Urban farming with a mission

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Nestled between Downtown Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River and West 25th St in Ohio City sits the six acre Ohio City Farm. Many people who live and work in Cleveland may be unaware one of the largest urban farms in the country is just a few blocks away. → Read More

Say Yes to Education: Cleveland schools offer scholarship program to help students pay for college

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Monday marks the first day of school for thousands of students in Cleveland and also Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s first full school year as a Say Yes to Education chapter. → Read More

Eating invasives: Cleveland’s Larder Deli doing good for the environment

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Even from the outside you can tell there is something unique about Larder Delicatessen and Bakery in Ohio City. The handmade sign reading, ‘Est. 2018’, and the 125-old historic firehouse turned restaurant are early signs that the place is not your typical deli. → Read More