Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Cleveland.
A man and his family make and deliver 5,000 sandwiches to thank hospital staff
An Ohio man, his family, and a few Subway employees worked 12 hours to make and deliver 5,000 sandwiches as a "thank you" to University Hospital staff in Cleveland during the coronavirus pandemic.
Read the full story on KMBC.
Local businesses get shut out of stimulus money
Cleveland Liquidation in Middleburg Heights looks for relief while trying to hang on.
Read the full story on WKYC.
DeWine: K-12 schools will remain closed through rest of school year
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed during a press conference today that the state will continue to suspend in-person instruction for Ohio's K-12 schools through the remainder of the school year
Read the full story on www.apghub.com.
County Board of Health working with Salvation Army after coronavirus cluster identified at Harbor Light Complex
Staff and clients of the Salvation Army's Harbor Light Complex in Cleveland are being tested after the Cuyahoga County Board of Health identified a cluster of coronavirus cases among residents of the facility.
Read the full story on Cleveland Scene.
Park Synagogue telethon raises $50K
Park Synagogue's virtual event April 19 raised more than $50,000 to purchase personal protective equipment for front-line workers and food staples for those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the full story on www.clevelandjewishnews.com.
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