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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - The Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer is the major daily newspaper of Cleveland, Ohio. It has the largest circulation of any Ohio newspaper, and is a top 20 newspaper for circulation in the United States. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, for the six-month period ending on March 31, 2010, The Plain Dealer reported an average daily paid circulation of 267,888 and an average Sunday paid circulation of 362,394. , The Plain Dealer had more than 785,000 readers on weekdays and 1 million readers on Sunday. The Plain Dealers media market, Greater Cleveland, is ranked #1 in the country for Sunday newspaper readership percentage (75.4% of total adults) and #2 in daily newspaper readership percentage (62.6% of total adults), second only to The New York Times in the weekday editions. - Source: Wikipedia
A juvenile justice center in northeast Ohio has moved eight of its most violent prisoners to the county jail.
An Ohio animal rights group is inviting people to help destroy a gas chamber that was used to kill hundreds of stray cats annually before it was phased out amid public pressure.
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is moving toward a major renovation project.
Ohio plans to give students new exams to measure achievement starting as soon as next year, and thousands of children will be testing those tests this spring.
The unrelenting winter is turning out to be particularly bitter for Ohio's maple syrup producers.
An Ohio man who spent 20 years in prison for killing his stepfather has been sent back to prison for life for fatally stabbing a woman and hiding her body in trash bags.
Several hundred teachers turned out to protest $21 million in proposed cuts in the Cleveland city school system.
Finalists have been announced in the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors' 2013 newspaper contest.
FirstEnergy Corp. is planning to close two northeast Ohio power plants earlier than initially planned.
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Ohio newspapers:
The Coast Guard has honored a Cleveland-area Coast Guard officer who was among 23 crew members killed in a ship collision near Tampa, Fla., in 1980.
A community college in northeastern Ohio plans to offer guaranteed tuition to new full-time students.
When the Winter Olympics open this week in Russia, the U.S. alpine ski team can thank an Ohio chef for handling the training table duties in the lead-up to Sochi.
Like many Ohio snowbirds, the Cleveland Orchestra is spending time in Florida this winter.
A veteran county jail guard in Cleveland has been sentenced to six months for accepting an inmate bribe worth $2,500.