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The ticket, which Amtrak launched last week, allows people to spend a month crisscrossing the country on Amtrak trains for a flat fee. (via Business Insider)

The number of old-school Arthur Treacher’s restaurants left in the U.S. is down to one after the recent closing of the Garfield Heights location.

It was on June 19, 1865, that Major General Gordon Granger announced the end of the Civil War and told the people of Texas that enslaved people were declared free.

Newsrooms across the country face the same challenges, which has given rise to something called solutions journalism, funded by charitable donations.

The U.S.-Canadian border will remain closed until July 21, despite growing calls in the U.S. to open for nonessential travel like tourism, but less than 20% of Canadians are fully vaccinated.

The Habitat for Humanity of Summit County on Wednesday dedicated eight new homes on East Avenue and Chester Street in Akron.

The figures list Cleveland's population above the 375,000 threshold in Cleveland's charter that would force the City Council to shrink.

CLEVELAND, THIS IS FOR YOU! 5 years ago today… (Photos: The Plain Dealer)

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Happy Monday, Cleveland! This icy snapshot of Lake Erie and the downtown skyline is incredible! ?❄ Photo: @gabe_leidyphoto 

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BREAKING: Ohio to close all bars and restaurants indefinitely starting at 9 p.m. tonight, according to Gov. Mike DeWine. Carry-out and delivery food is still encouraged. Photo: AP.

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Tom Seipel, the Browns fan who was battling kidney cancer and made it to Cleveland's playoff-clinching win thanks to help from Emily and Baker Mayfield, has died. His story: . Photo: Tom Seipel

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The man who was shot, identified by Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers as Jacob Blake, was airlifted to a Milwaukee hospital and in serious condition, police said. (via USA Today)

Patrick Quinn, the co-creator of the viral Ice Bucket challenge, has died at the age of 37 after a seven-year fight with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease, writes NPR.

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