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The covered bridges of Ashtabula County: Every one has a story (slideshow)

10 hours 31 min ago
Ashtabula County has an extraordinary quality that no other county in Ohio can claim: Covered bridges -- in fact, covered bridges galore. There are 18 covered bridges over rivers, streams and creeks throughout the county. Some bridges are more than... Chuck Crow, The Plain Dealer

City Club of Cleveland's new book celebrates a hundred years of free speech: Michael K. McIntyre's Tipoff

10 hours 32 min ago
The City Club of Cleveland, which celebrated its centennial in 2012, commemorates it with a new book, "A Century of Free Speech at the City Club of Cleveland." Michael K. McIntyre

New Chris Allen album finds chemistry in a cabin in the woods: 'Everything Changes but the Rodeo'

10 hours 32 min ago
Cleveland musician Chris Allen recorded his latest album in a cabin in the woods in upstate New York. "I wanted to get everybody away from their lives so we could concentrate on the work at hand," said Allen. "That the place had no cell phone reception was a huge help." Michael Heaton, The Plain Dealer

Huge homecoming for Cleveland-born soul man Marc Cohn at Music Box

11 hours 59 min ago
Cleveland-born Marc Cohn, of "Walking in Memphis" fame, kept it loose and cool at the Music Box. Michael Heaton, The Plain Dealer

Week 1 of voting for 'NEO's Best" Donuts' nears an end with Biagio's, Jack Frost, Becker's and George's in Top 4

12 hours 1 min ago
Week 1 of voting in the finals of "NEO's Best: Donuts" is nearing an end, and Biagio's Donut Shop & Pizzeria in Eastlake remains in the top spot, with 27.58 percent of the 9,000 votes cast thus far. Jack Frost Donuts in Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood, is at No. 2 with 23.02 percent. Michael Norman, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Rep. Dave Joyce outspends Democratic challenger in re-election battle

12 hours 2 min ago
Rep. Dave Joyce spent more than $180,000 on his campaign during the first two weeks of October, bringing his net re-election costs to almost $2.2 million. Sabrina Eaton, Northeast Ohio Media Group Washington Correspondent

Stock futures edge lower; 77 Sears, Kmart stores to close; more malware infections affecting businesses: A.M. Business News Links

12 hours 2 min ago
Also, Asian stocks and gold prices finish higher; Ford's third-quarter earnings substantially lower than a year ago; FCC regulators delay review of proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger; Ericsson quarterly earnings down 10 percent despite higher sales; 21 Asian nations sign on to create new development bank for Asia; and BASF cuts earnings forecasts and projections. Ray Jablonski, Northeast Ohio Media Group

West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee quickly expels students for rioting: Higher Education Roundup

12 hours 3 min ago
West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee has expelled three students for their involvement in fires and riots following the football team's upset victory over Baylor University. Karen Farkas, The Plain Dealer

Seven things you should know to keep your computer safe: Plain Dealing

12 hours 6 min ago
The best of our live chat on computer security. Sheryl Harris, The Plain Dealer

If you're playing hooky from work, don't announce it on social media

12 hours 10 min ago
Nearly a quarter of employers have used social media to catch an employee who called in sick, but was faking it. Olivera Perkins, The Plain Dealer

Flaming Ghost Cake lights up: Halloween Pot Luck recipe

12 hours 12 min ago
Say "boo" sweetly. Debbi Snook, The Plain Dealer

Uncle's dog tag found in France surprises Strongsville man: Faces of the Suns (photo gallery)

12 hours 17 min ago
Don Heddesheimer of Strongsville was surprised to learn that two individuals in France found his uncle's dog tags from WWII. Linda Kinsey, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Two Akron businesses raided during state gambling probe

12 hours 25 min ago
Five people face gambling charges in connection with state agents' investigation of two Akron businesses. Adam Ferrise, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Ohio drivers should follow basic guidelines when stopped by police: Greg Geist, assistant federal public defender

12 hours 32 min ago
Drivers can avoid confrontations with law enforcement if they follow some basic guidelines. Special to

Wicked Witch of the West and Freddy Krueger's daddy lead Northeast Ohio All-Star trick-or-treat team

12 hours 32 min ago
Celebrate Halloween Northeast Ohio style. Stray into the pop-culture graveyard, kiddies, and you'll find no shortage of creepy choices in the terror-tory claimed by movies, television and books. Mark Dawidziak, The Plain Dealer

Preparing trees for winter, 'Home Made Simple' has season premiere, and quilt and model railroad shows: Home & Garden News

12 hours 32 min ago
Preparing trees for winter, 'Home Made Simple' has season premiere, and quilt and model railroad shows: Home & Garden News. Julie Washington, The Plain Dealer

Shop while you drink wine? Plus upcoming wine events, including 750ml's biggest event of the year

12 hours 32 min ago
Wine events throughout Greater Cleveland include vino from Argentina, Italy, a special program at Pairings in Geneva and 750ml's biggest wine event of the year. Marc Bona, The Plain Dealer

John Patterson for Ohio House District 99: endorsement editorial

12 hours 32 min ago
The editorial board of the Northeast Ohio Media Group and The Plain Dealer endorses John Patterson for Ohio House District 99. Editorial Board

The saddest homecoming queen speaks up: Regina Brett

12 hours 32 min ago
Becoming Solon High homecoming queen didn't end the sadness and pain inside Allison Pohle. If she could, she'd smash that tiara into bits and give a piece to everyone who struggles with depression. Regina Brett, The Plain Dealer

Phoenix Coffee CEO and 'superbarista' Sarah Wilson-Jones offers her dining favorites: 5 for Friday

12 hours 32 min ago
Sarah Wilson-Jones of Phoenix Coffee's "5 for Friday" favorite dining stops are very much a reflection of her successful business model: outside-the-box thinking paired with logic in execution. In the context of a growing small business, one making a go against the gargantuan Cup-of-Joe heavyweights, she puts her dining money where her mouth is. Peter Chakerian, Special to Northeast Ohio Media Group