Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald shared a new idea of how to use part of the sin tax dollars to help Cleveland sports teams.
CLEVELAND - Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald has signed an executive order declaring a star of emergence in the country due to July 20 storms and resulting flooding.
The move is the first step in getting a disaster declaration from the state.
If the state agrees with FitzGerald's assessment and declared the county a disaster area, the hardest-hit areas may become eligible for reimbursement for certain storm and flooding-related expenses.
Individuals and homeowners are not expected to qualify for assistance based on the damage. Local governments may be eligible to receive money for flood-related repairs or other damage incurred.
Ohio's largest county wants to try an experimental approach to keep more children from homeless families out of foster care.
Ohio Democrats' presumptive 2014 gubernatorial nominee, Ed FitzGerald, is seeking to reassure supporters that his campaign is focused and moving forward after his running mate left the race.
Ohio Democrats are struggling to diffuse the fallout from a 2014 lieutenant governor candidate's hundreds of thousands of dollars in personal and business liens without alienating key groups.
A Democratic lawyer running for lieutenant governor owes tens of thousands of dollars in federal and state tax liens, which has immediately complicated his party's hopes of unseating Republican Gov. John Kasich.
An expansion to Steelyard Commons will bring more than 300 new jobs to Cleveland, county leaders say.
The Ohio Republican Party has filed an elections complaint against Democratic gubernatorial contender Ed FitzGerald alleging he failed to properly refund an improper campaign contribution.
Democratic gubernatorial contender Ed FitzGerald is in the process of returning an improper campaign donation from an investment banker he nominated to a local economic-development board.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's Democratic rival has expanded an ethics complaint involving practices of the state's new privatized job-creation office.
Ed FitzGerald, Democratic challenger to Gov. John Kasich, on Thursday called for the Ohio Ethics Commission to investigate the state's private economic development entity, JobsOhio.