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Authorities seek to ID man who may have information on Madison Bell’s disappearance (WEWS Channel 5)

Gov. Mike DeWine announces measures to fight coronavirus in racial minority communities (cleveland.com)

Ohio will allow wedding receptions of up to 300 people starting June 1 (cleveland.com)

Ohio now has had over 30,000 coronavirus cases: Gov. Mike DeWine’s Thursday briefing (cleveland.com)

Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announces training for all high school sports will be permitted to resume May 26 (cleveland.com)

With majority of Ohio coronavirus deaths in nursing homes, advocates fear relaxed regulations put residents at risk (cleveland.com)

Agency ask Supreme Court to halt judge’s order to clear out Elkton federal prison in Ohio overrun with coronavirus (cleveland.com)

Traditional unemployment claims decline in Ohio, but 161,000 self-employed and independent contractors apply for new program (cleveland.com)

Bowling alleys, miniature golf, sports training can open Tuesday in Ohio (cleveland.com)

Ohio contacted two-dozen unemployment claimants who viewed leaked personal data, found no evidence of widespread compromise (cleveland.com)

Attorneys for Ohio residents file lawsuit over data leak that compromised personal info of unemployment claimants (cleveland.com)

Jukebox, pinball machine and arcade game companies sue Ohio over coronavirus restrictions (cleveland.com)

Ohio Hospital executive accused Battelle of price gouging, but later withdrew complaint (cleveland.com)

Ohio State Fair is canceled this year due to coronavirus (cleveland.com)

Like Christmas in May: U.S. Post Office sees coronavirus-fueled surge in online shopping package deliveries (cleveland.com)

16-year-old boy accidentally shot to death in Cleveland, police say (cleveland.com)

Man shot in back in early morning Maple Heights shooting, police say (cleveland.com)

North Royalton businessman didn’t pay IRS more than $760,000 in taxes withheld from employees, feds say (cleveland.com)

Woman made illegal U-turn before tanker trunk dodged her and overturned on I-90 in Avon, reports say (cleveland.com)

ODOT truck struck by impaired driver on I-76 in Akron (WEWS Channel 5)

Cleveland reports 4 additional deaths from COVID-19 coronavirus, 43 more cases (cleveland.com)

Lake Erie wind turbines approved — but can’t operate at night, which could sink project (cleveland.com)

Northeast Ohio restaurants reopen as coronavirus restrictions are lifted (photos) (cleveland.com)

How the Cleveland Public Library plans to reopen after coronavirus shutdown (cleveland.com)

While you were sheltering: Sherwin-Williams HQ, ‘Picasso and Paper,’ gun reform and more news you might have missed during the coronavirus crisis (cleveland.com)

Ohio City’s TownHall owner sues Cleveland Scene over coverage of Facebook spat over coronavirus restrictions (cleveland.com)

Leadership battle emerging for control of the Cuyahoga County Republican Party (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Library approves 3-year deal with safety workers union (cleveland.com)

Cleveland jumps from 35th to 29th place in Trust for Public Land’s ParkScore ranking of 100 American cities (cleveland.com)

John Carroll University announces plans for reopening campus in the fall (cleveland.com)

Shaker’s Thornton Park Pool, summer block parties the latest casualties of COVID-19 (cleveland.com)

Chagrin Falls School District considers changes to 2020-21 academic calendar (cleveland.com)

The Final Four: Cleveland Heights announces short list of applicants for City Council vacancy (cleveland.com)

Cedar Point giving away 10 Tickets of a Lifetime to pandemic ‘everyday heroes’ (cleveland.com)

Independence school board addresses financial outlook, comes to terms with adjusted commencement plans (cleveland.com)

Seven Hills Recreation Center to reopen May 26 (cleveland.com)

Parma unveils modified summer youth programs, chooses to keep pools closed (cleveland.com)

North Olmsted Recreation Center eyes June reopening dates for fitness area and pools (cleveland.com)

North Olmsted finance director discusses projected city losses due to economic downturn (cleveland.com)

University of Akron may lay off faculty, cut pay, union says (cleveland.com)

Summit County Board of Elections found in violation of coronavirus health orders (cleveland.com)

Upper Deck Bar & Grill near Portage Lakes cited after receiving 15 social-distancing complaints (cleveland.com)

Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park to offer pop-up weddings this summer (cleveland.com)


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