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Three injured when teen crashes car into an Amherst Township home (Elyria Chronicle-Telegram)

Northeast Ohio is ‘literally on fire’ with coronavirus spread, Gov. Mike DeWine warns in Cleveland (cleveland.com)

Ohio’s coronavirus numbers late because of reduced local health department staffing, unprecedented case volume, system errors (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth among 10 Ohio hospitals to be first to get COVID-19 vaccine (cleveland.com)

Large Thanksgiving gatherings still on the menu for many Americans, OSU Wexner Medical Center poll says (cleveland.com)

Free Thanksgiving meals available in NE Ohio

A majority of Americans plan to take precautions this Thanksgiving, such as having small gatherings, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, a new national survey found.The Plain Dealer

Ohio’s spike: the first 17 days of November account for 31% of all known coronavirus cases this year (cleveland.com)

Ohio reports 89 more coronavirus deaths to long-term care facility, nursing home patients; total now 3,523 (cleveland.com)

Ohio Senate passes bill to reopen county fairs despite Gov. Mike DeWine’s coronavirus order (cleveland.com)

Don’t listen to Jon Husted: Cuyahoga County health boards say to stay home on Thanksgiving (cleveland.com)

OHSAA reaffirms plan to move ahead with 2020-21 winter sports as scheduled (cleveland.com)

10 districts participating in Ohio’s study of how coronavirus spreads in schools: See the list (cleveland.com)

Pfizer seeks coronavirus vaccine regulatory review in days (Associated Press)

Warren firefighter dies of COVID-19 (Warren Tribune)

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3-year-old boy shot in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood, police say (cleveland.com)

Cleveland man fatally shot on the city’s East Side (cleveland.com)

2nd person now facing charges in fatal 2018 hit skip in Sheffield Township (WOIO Channel 19)

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Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says the city will take whatever actions are necessary to protect people’s right to vote and to maintain Election Day peace. Cleveland police have canceled all days off for officers Tuesday and plan to activate the city’s emergency operations center as a precaution.

Mayor Frank Jackson on Wednesday extended his proclamation of civil emergency for the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis through year’s end and incorporated the stay-at-home advisory into the document.

Cleveland and Cuyahoga County issue stay-at-home advisory to residents in effort to slow coronavirus spread (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson extends civil emergency proclamation to year’s end, adds stay-at-home advisory (cleveland.com)

Stay-at-home-advisory draws mixed reactions from Cuyahoga County restaurant, business owners (cleveland.com)

Cleveland entertainment, cultural organizations look to scale back following county’s stay-at-home advisory (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga County schools deciding what to do about stay-at-home advisory that recommends remote learning after Thanksgiving (cleveland.com)

Coronavirus hasn’t created wave of Cuyahoga County foreclosures, though housing advocates brace for difficult 2021 (cleveland.com)

Cleveland reports 189 newly confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases, no new deaths: Wednesday update (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga County Jail inmate died of overdose of fentanyl, anti-depressants, medical examiner rules (cleveland.com)

Cleveland City Council selects leader of Detroit Shoreway non-profit to replace Councilman Matt Zone (cleveland.com)

Cleveland City Council votes to create new health division that focuses on impacts of systemic racism (cleveland.com)

Wild Winter Lights returns to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, with new drive-through option (photos) (cleveland.com)

COVID-related death, multiple hospitalizations, more than a dozen positive COVID-19 tests within Willoughby family (WEWS Channel 5)

Lake County sets new COVID-19 investigation procedures (News-Herald)

Orange Schools families asked to prepare for possible return to remote learning (cleveland.com)

‘We’re not saying goodbye forever, hopefully just for now:’ Grog Shop pauses programming once again (cleveland.com)

Narrowly-approved Cleveland Heights-University Heights school tax increase headed for a recount, final election results show (cleveland.com)

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Independence school board approves pandemic-related measures; remote learning continues for now (cleveland.com)

Fairview Park City School District focuses on pandemic-related social-emotional resources (cleveland.com)

Brecksville hires firm to design expansion of I-77 and Miller Road interchange (cleveland.com)

Hudson being secretive about Nov. 7 crash that killed 7-year-old on bicycle (cleveland.com)

Akron’s FOP believes city law limiting social gatherings puts police in more danger (WEWS Channel 5)

Law firm giving away 1,000 turkeys Friday at Akron food bank (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad cancels Polar Express rides for rest of season due to coronavirus concerns (cleveland.com)

Humane Society of Summit County offers free pet adoptions for veterans in November (cleveland.com)

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The Ohio Senate on Wednesday approved a long-awaited overhaul of the state’s EdChoice school-voucher system. The revamp, which still needs final House approval, ties student voucher eligibility to income and changes which buildings are eligible for the program. (Laura Hancock, cleveland.com file photo)

Long-awaited revamp of Ohio’s school-voucher program passes state Senate (cleveland.com)

Ohio Senate OKs bill allowing teachers to carry guns at school without needing peace-officer training (cleveland.com)

Here are the Ohio legislature’s 2020 lame-duck session plans, from tainted nuclear bailouts to school funding fixes (cleveland.com)

Sen. Sherrod Brown denounces Trump efforts to make lame-duck appointments (cleveland.com)



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