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Quest Diagnostics to acquire Cleveland Clinic spinoff Cleveland HeartLab

Quest Diagnostics will acquire Cleveland HeartLab and establish a "center of excellence" in heart disease in Cleveland.

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Cleveland's Kimpton Schofield makes Conde Nast Traveler's list of top Midwest hotels

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The Schofield, which opened in 2016 at the corner of Euclid Avenue and E. 9th Street, is the only Cleveland hotel to earn a spot on the magazine's annual list, determined by a survey of more than 300,000 readers.

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MetroHealth will demo Outpatient Plaza and may replace it with a park along W. 25th St. (photos)

MetroHealth now plans to remove its 25-year-old Outpatient Plaza building and below-grade parking garage along West 25th Street, and replace it in another location.

Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit to focus on genomics, precision medicine

Genomics and precision medicine are the focus of Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit, taking place Monday through Wednesday, at the Huntington Convention Center in downtown Cleveland.

Karen Morse is a teacher, blogger with fresh Cleveland-meets-Florida style: Fashion Flash (photos, video)

Karen Morse is a teacher who makes science fun and as a fan of fashion she writes a beauty and lifestyle blog called Glam Karen that makes fashion fun.

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California wildfires: Housing crunch in Bay Area gets even costlier after deadly fires

Even before fire wiped out the home she rented for 17 years, Suzanne Finzell had thought about leaving this city on the edge of the San Francisco Bay Area because of rising prices. A spike in housing and other living costs had driven her…

Wednesday, Oct 18

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Cleveland Hopkins to test new baggage screening system starting Thursday

Under the new system, passengers will no longer have to carry their suitcases, after check-in, to a separate TSA baggage drop-off location. Instead, suitcases will be placed on a conveyor belt behind the ticket counter, and sent out of…

Former United Steelworkers head placed to house arrest after pleading guilty to federal charges

The former president of the local chapter of the United Steelworkers union was sentenced Wednesday to five months' house arrest after admitting to lying to federal investigators during a Department of Labor probe into the union.

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Hard Rock Rocksino opens chain's first gas station and car wash (photos)

Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park opened the chain's first gas station and car wash, which offers discounts to employees and loyalty program members.

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Buehler's supermarkets to sell to its employees

E&H Family Group, parent company of Buehler's, announced the sale of its 13 supermarkets to employees today in the form of an employee stock ownership program.

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Ohio meat recall reaches back a year to 450,000 pounds, new stores (photos)

Although most of it may already be eaten, an expanded recall concerns a year's worth of meat processed at Newswanger's Meats in Shiloh. No illnesses have been reported. A few Cleveland retailers carried some of the producdts.

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Parent wonders when to drop child as authorized user on credit card: Money Matters

You frequently recommend adding a young adult child to your credit card account as an authorized user to help them build credit. I do not believe they should be left on a parent's account indefinitely, but does it hurt their credit score…

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FirstEnergy nuclear charges still before lawmakers, opponents fight earlier increases at Supreme Court

FirstEnergy's three-year battle to wring more money out of customers -- whether to support its power plants as originally proposed or to update its wires as approved last fall -- is now before the Ohio Supreme Court. The Sierra Club and…

Tuesday, Oct 17

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Former KNR attorney whose information led to fraud lawsuit says he never saw instances of misconduct

A former employee of Kisling, Nestico & Redick who provided information to a lawyer litigating a fraud lawsuit against the firm denied seeing any instances in which any lawyer at the personal-injury firm violated Ohio's rules governing…

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OSU project: Restoring the Cuyahoga River for fish - and people (photos, video)

Ohio State University students toured the Cuyahoga River on Monday to get a close up view of 14 locations identified by the nonprofit Cuyahoga River Restoration as sites for new fish habitats.

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Language creates barriers to healthcare in Cleveland

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In Cleveland, like most of the country, there is a disconnect between the languages spoken by patients and those spoken by physicians.

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Ohio minimum wage increases to $8.30 in 2018

Ohio's minimum wage will increase to $8.30 in 2018 due to inflation, says the Ohio Department of Commerce.

Monday, Oct 16

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Strongsville developer proposes 22 homes off Dewey Road in Brecksville

Parkview Homes, a Strongsville developer, has proposed a 22-lot residential subdivision off Dewey Road, just south of Snowville Road, in Brecksville.

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Corbo's Bakery opening a cafe in Cleveland's Playhouse Square this December

Selena Corbo said they will sell everything that's offered in its main store, with some items baked in-house and the rest brought from its main kitchen at 12210 Mayfield Road.

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Macy's open on Thanksgiving 2017: Will you shop on Thanksgiving?

Macy's will open again on Thanksgiving, shopping website BestBlackFriday.com confirmed with several stores. Do you think stores should be open on Thanksgiving? Or should they wait until Black Friday?

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Hunting Valley mansion sells for $4.8 million, leading Cleveland-area home sales for 2017

Such lofty transactions are a rarity in Northeast Ohio, where the average sale price for a single-family home is just over $160,000, according to listing-service records.

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BioEnterprise to oversee struggling Global Center for Health Innovation

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BioEnterprise, which promotes and nutures healthcare companies and bioscience technologies, will oversee marketing, promotion and tenants at the struggling Global Center for Health Innovation.

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Designer Dress Days fashion fundraiser promises lower prices, contemporary brands, better shopping (photos)

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For the 49th year the National Council of Jewish Women/Cleveland will host Designer Dress Days. The resale fashion fundraiser supports the NCJW's projects throughout the community to better the lives of Cleveland families.

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Cleveland Public Library launches global design competition for MLK Branch in University Circle (photos)

The Cleveland Public Library in collaboration with the Cleveland Foundation is holding a $93,000 global competition to select a designer for the new Martin Luther King Jr. Library Branch in University Circle.

Sunday, Oct 15

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Hate haggling? 5 ways to buy a car without negotiating

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If you don't want to spend the day battling the dealer, there are ways to buy a car without negotiating.

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At 60, University Circle Inc. celebrates growth, strives for equity (photos)

University Circle Inc. marks its 60th anniversary Monday amid signs of vibrant redevelopment success along with rising concerns about gentrification and economic inclusion.

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Harness Cycle opens the first indoor cycling studio Downtown (photos)

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Harness offers both self-conscious and serious cyclists the chance to work out to heart-pounding dance music in a room lit only by flickering candles.

Postcard promises $100 Walmart, Target prize, but it's a way to steal your money: Money Matters

I received a postcard in the mail that said I'm eligible for a $100 reward that's redeemable at Walmart or Target and that I should call 800-958-4201. There's a claim code. The postcard is pretty ominous: It says, "Warning: Failure to call…

Stock market is booming, so you should plan now for the next plunge

We are one geopolitical event, one North Korean bomb, one Sept. 11-type attack from a devastating market plunge. Maybe a 20 percent drop. Maybe 30 percent or more. What if that drop happened tomorrow and happened to your retirement savings…

Saturday, Oct 14

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Constantino's Market opening 5th storefront at former Nature's Bin in Lakewood

Constantino's Market has confirmed its plans to take over the former Nature's Bin space in Lakewood and reopen it as a full-service supermarket and its fifth local storefront.