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Taylor Yoder poses with Dotty Monroe, associate professor of nursing. more
Another partial shutdown of the U.S. government whose end hangs in the balance of a border-wall dispute between Congress and President Donald Trump has prompted a U.S. Army officer to remind America … more
Cleveland has been nicknamed “The City with Spirit” since 2012. After the November election and the successful passage of a package store referendum, it’s also “The City with Spirits.” more
State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) has been named “Legislator of the Year” by the Foundation for Government Accountability, a multistate think tank specializing in health care, welfare and work … more
One of my favorite scenes from the 1983 holiday classic, “A Christmas Story,” comes when Ralphie’s dad — “The Old Man,” played by Darren McGavin — plops down in a comfy seat in his … more
Recently, legendary holiday spokesman Frosty the Snowman spoke to the Cleveland Daily Banner in a rare interview about the mythology surrounding his past, as well as his current projects on the … more

Parents dream of that perfect photo of their smiling child(ren) with Santa, beaming angelically at the camera lens. Visions of glorious photo Christmas cards dance in their heads. (“Take that, Kardashians!”)

Shiny wrapping paper and colorful ribbons fell to the floor as the mastermind known as Ted E. Baer jumped out of hiding to see if the coast was clear. With a quick wave, his gang of thieves ran … more
Santa has eight reindeer, nine if you count Rudolph. This Christmas, though, the little red-nosed reindeer has reportedly had enough of the stigma and chosen to take a holiday during the holidays. … more
The Cleveland Middle School cheerleaders recently visited Creekridge, the home of Janie and Allan Jones, for Yuletide hot chocolate and to witness “Creekridge at Christmas.” Gincy … more
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