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Top Cleveland news: Library workers poised to strike; cop sentenced for attempted kidnapping; more

Top Cleveland news: Library workers poised to strike; cop sentenced for attempted kidnapping; more
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By Hoodline - Published on January 22, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Cleveland.

Cleveland Public Library workers will strike Feb. 4 if agreement not reached Thursday

After a nearly unanimous vote to authorize a strike earlier this month, library workers with the Service Employees International Union 1199 (SEIU) have notified the Cleveland Public Library of their intent to strike.

Read the full story on Cleveland Scene.

Cleveland police officer sentenced for attempted kidnapping, urinating on 12-year-old girl

A police officer who pleaded guilty to urinating on a child during an attempted kidnapping was sentenced for his crimes on Tuesday.

Read the full story on WKYC.

Report: Cleveland Browns hiring Chad O’Shea as receivers coach, passing game coordinator

Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski continues to build up his staff with the reported hiring of Chad O'Shea as wide receivers coach and pass game coordinator.

Read the full story on WKYC.

Lucky's Market Cleveland says it plans to stay open, despite reports of nationwide store closings

A Facebook post from the market on Tuesday evening seems to calm fears of a closing. "There has been some recent news circulating about Lucky's stores closing. We want to assure you that your store in Cleveland will remain open and we look forward to serving you, our loyal customers. Please come in soon to visit us."

Read the full story on WKYC.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport opens two new restaurants

Cantina taqueria and tequila bar and 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen are now open for passengers to enjoy at CLE.

Read the full story on WKYC.


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