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Cavs lose opener to Knicks

The Cleveland Cavaliers lose the opener at Quicken Loans Arena Thursday night.

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Cavs open 2014 season tonight

New season starts tonight for the Cleveland Cavaliers

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Leon Bibb a Black Professional with style

Bibb served in the army and is a decorated veteran of war. He received a Bronze Star Medal for his service in Vietnam.

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Call & Post Nov. 4, Endorsements

Call & Post Endorsements

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City Of Cleveland Gun Melt Hosted by ArcelorMittal Cleveland

Getting guns off the street is very important.

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Elected officials react to the passing of Call and Post Editor Connie Harper

These statements came from elected officials to honor Connie Harper's passing

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Jackson wants to keep red light cameras

Councilman Jeff Johnson has been a proponent for the red light cameras and addresses the argument that the citations unduly burden poor Clevelanders.

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Vote for Adam Trumbo Cuyahoga County Council District 9

On November 4, make your vote count.

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Constance D. Harper will be missed

Her station in the community has been elevated numerous times by other organizations that valued her worth: Kaleidoscope Magazine recognized her as one of the Women Who Give Back

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Cleveland Browns ready for the Raiders

I’ve ever felt after one. That’s just something that you have to deal with, learning on the job. It’s not always going to be perfect, and you’re not always going to win the game.

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Schron proposes new “Jobs-4-Unity Initiative

As CEO of Jergens, Inc. a manufacturing company in Collinwood, Schron started the Jack H. Schron Sr. Memorial Scholarship fund to support Max Hayes High School in memory of his father,

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The Call and Post mourns the passing of Constance ‘Connie’ Harper

Harper returned to the Call and Post as it Editor-in-Chief after Mr. King purchased the newspaper almost 15 years ago

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Family and creativity fuel Marlon Wayans’ success

Following the advice of his brother, Keenen, to not sit around and wait for Hollywood, Marlon Wayans has firmly established his own identity as an actor, writer, producer, director and stand-up comedian.

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Dear White People’ conveys complexity of contemporary race relations

“Dear White People, the minimum requirement of black friends to not seem racist has just been raised to two.

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Colts bucked Bengals 27-0

The Colts (5-2) quarterback Andrew Luck completed 27 passes of his 42 for 344 yards and two touchdowns. He had help from his backfield of Ahmad Bradshaw and Trent Richardson.

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Maple Heights win scoring fest

The Lancers won the ground battle, but the war was the scoreboard. Jarell White and Jeremy Larking each rushed for over 100 yards.

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Several arrests made in ‘Ferguson October’ demonstrations

Demonstrators have been demanding the arrest of Officer Darren Wilson, the one who killed Michael Brown. They organized a series of direct action events on Monday.

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Margaret Diane Hoiston Jones

A devoted wife and mother, she was an indefatigable volunteer in her son Peter’s numerous political campaigns. She walked door-to-door with him (rain or shine), made hundreds of phone calls, stuffed thousands of envelopes, recruited dozens of volunteers,

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Cleveland residents asking for violence to stop

While talking they made it clear they want change and Council President Kevin Kelley to hear them and not sweep their concerns under the rug. “This may not be an east side versus the west side, but we feel our east side residents should get the same attention as the west side gets,” said Johnson.

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CEOGC names Thea Wilson director of head start

They still teach the basics: alphabet, sounds and numbers. "But children who are excelling, we don't hold them back. So you can have a four year old who is ready."

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