The men of wood know how to read the grain
Elegant Wood Products in Grafton, Ohio, still works in the old-fashioned way. Even without computers, the woodworkers, fashioning…
FDA may back off on new craft beer regulations
The FDA may be backing off from proposed changes that would have affected brewers and farmers across the nation.
Sure signs of spring events this weekend
Get weekly updates on select events and activities happening in northern Ohio national, state and county parks.
Cleveland Fish Fry Guide
Find out where the local Lenten fish fry events are taking place in Cleveland March 5-April 17.
Protect your plants for cold burst
A gardening expert explains what you should do to protect outdoor plants from falling temperatures and snow.
After neglect, former Major League park returns
The city of Cleveland has big plans for League Park.
Towpath reopens from Independence to Akron
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park reopened a 19.7 mile stretch of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath trail Friday afternoon after flooding…
5th annual TEDxCLE starts Friday
If baseball isn't your game, there's another local event Friday showcasing some of the best and brightest minds from Northeast Ohio.…
Mounted unit is both police and public relations
Expenses for the horses in the Cleveland Mounted Police unit, their feed, and their upkeep is not covered by the city. The expenses of the…
Lenten season means fish fries: My Ohio
Friday fish fries in churches and schools provide a way for the Christian faithful to both serve the community and make money.
Calvin and Hobbes cartoonist speaks at OH museum
"Calvin and Hobbes" cartoonist Bill Watterson speaks on an exhibit at the Ohio State University cartoon museum.
5 DIY projects for your spring renovations
Do you enjoy DIY projects? Are you planning any spring renovation projects? If you answered yes then, The Cleveland Home + Remodeling Expo is…
VIDEO: Restaurant hosts 'Draft Day' tailgate
The parking lot at the Quaker Steak & Lube in Valley View Friday night took on the look of a mini-Muni Lot prior to a Browns game.
Filmmakers pay $200K for street use
Cleveland charged the filmmakers of the new Captain America movie more than $200,000 for filming in the city streets.
CLE film commission: More to come
Two major films being shot at the same time would not have been an easy feat for many other cities.
Shots fired on set of 'Captain America'
If you heard or hear shots fired in the area of West 3rd Street and Lakeside Avenue near the Shoreway, it's most likely from "Captain…
Driver runs down Superman's fence
Cleveland police say part of the fence around a home holding pages from the first Superman story was destroyed by an alleged drunken driver.
Clevelanders hang with 'Captain' celebs
Two big stars from the movie "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" spent some time with some fans in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood…