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As Armond Budish prepares to leave the office of Cuyahoga County Executive at the end of the year, he reflects on his two terms spanning eight years that in the end was marked by the county’s response to the unexpected COVID-19 pandemic.

On Oct. 1, the Spiegel family found itself adorned with mouse ears, waving at princesses and spinning around in multicolored teacups. For a few moments, caught up in young Scarlett and Sloane’s melodious giggles, life felt almost normal for the family during their trip to Walt Disney World i…

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The sounds of electric power tools at work and boxes being torn open at Grove Kosher Market in South Euclid meant one thing: the grocery store’s long-awaited opening was just days away.

Of the thousand voicemails acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Michael Sherwin has received since the breach of the U.S. Capitol, “Half of them say I’m a dirty Jew; I need to burn in hell,” he said. “The other half say I’m a disgrace to Catholics.”

On Jan. 27, 120 survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp will return to the site in Poland to commemorate the 75th anniversary of its liberation. They will travel across the globe with their caregivers, wheelchairs and walkers in the still of winter and they will take a difficult dive i…

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For Shaker Heights High School English teacher Jody Podl, one of the few places of solace over the last six months was Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple in Beachwood.

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