Long-sought coastal barrier takes on new urgency in wake of Harvey
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From Baltimore County, Rep. Harris takes an active role in District of Columbia
Rep. Andy Harris, the conservative Republican from Baltimore County, has become a leading voice in Congress on District of Columbia issues.
At voter panel meeting, Gardner takes aim at vice-chair’s claims of N.H. fraud
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Medina County Career Center student chefs to whip up omelettes for hurricane relief
Students in the Chef and Restaurant Management program at the Medina County Career Center will be serving made-to-order omelettes next week to raise funds for Hurricane Harvey and
Suspects take items from car, threaten homeowner: Brunswick Hills Police Blotter
Brian Lisik/special to cleveland.com BRUNSWICK HILLS --- Theft, Juniper Lane: A man reported a $100 GPS, a pair of $5 Cleveland Browns gloves, and miscellaneous paperwork stolen
'The Limehouse Golem' review: Bill Nighy stalks a stalker
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City officials answer questions about funding for Medina parking deck
As the deadline to accept a $1 million state grant looms, Medina City School District Board of Education members are still grappling with whether a tax increment financing (TIF)
Medina mayor touts hometown friendliness in annual State of the City address
Mayor Dennis Hanwell was focused on the present and looking toward the future in his annual State of the City address at Weymouth Country Club today.
90-year-old Seville resident steps up to help Habitat for Humanity
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