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Painesville''s Lake Erie College takes new comedy minor seriously (photos

Lake County will track heroin overdoses with database to stop Good Samaritan law loophole

Painesville City Council takes action against state tax collection plan

Mar-Bal moving to larger Ohio site

TransDigm Incorporated : Federal Contracts Awarded by Federal Agencies in Alabama (March 22)

Carl Alan Armour Obituary

California poet/preacher toured York County''s Civil War sites in 1903

Area companies land federal contracts

Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement

Senior population growth impacts Laketran demand on Dial-a-Ride

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New York Governor Launches $70 Million Electric Car Rebate and Outreach Initiative

Drive Clean Rebate Provides Up to $2,000 for Each Eligible Buyer Supports Governor's Goal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 40 Percent by 2030 Largest Contributor to Greenhouse Gas Emissions is Transportation Sector; Accounts for Nearly 40 Percent of Emissions in New York State

Governor Andrew M.

Incident Outside British Parliament Being Treated as Terror AttackMultiple casualties have been reported following an incident outside the British parliament that authorities are treating as a terrorist attack.

"We know there are a number of casualties including police officers but at this stage we cannot confirm numbers or the nature of these injuries," Commander BJ Harrington told a news conference Wednesday." "Although we remain open minded to the motive, a full counterterrorism investigation is already underway.

Google Adds 'Shortcuts' to Information, Tools on Smartphones

Google wants to make it easier for you to find answers and recommendations on smartphones without having to think about what to ask its search engine.

Its new feature, called "shortcuts," will appear as a row of icons below the Google search box. Where now you'd have to ponder and then speak or type a request, the shortcuts will let you tap the icons to get the latest weather, movie times, sports scores, restaurant recommendations and other common requests.

Tillerson Under Fire for Plans to Skip NATO Meeting, Travel to Russia

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has come under fire for a decision not to attend next month's NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels, and for an announcement that he will travel to Russia later in April.

At Tuesday's State Department briefing, acting spokesman Mark Toner fielded a number of questions from reporters about the NATO meeting.

One reporter said he had been told that NATO had offered several alternative dates to Tillerson to make it possible for him to come, but these were rebuffed.

Trump Predicts US House Will Vote for Obamacare Repeal

U.S. President Donald Trump says he thinks Republicans have enough votes in the House of Representatives to win a key vote Thursday to repeal the national health care law that former President Barack Obama considered his signature legislative achievement.

Trump offered his prediction Tuesday after meeting with the House Republican caucus on Capitol Hill. The president wooed lawmakers who have been reluctant to support his plan, either because they believe it does not go far enough in overturning the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare, or conversely because it would leave too many poor people without health insurance.

Signs and Symptoms of Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a disease that is triggered by a virus. The virus has many strands, although the most common type to afflict women in the United States is type one. It causes a serious infection of the liver that can be extremely damaging. Victims of hepatitis C are at a greater risk of developing liver cancer and cirrhosis. It is common for patients with hepatitis C to eventually experience liver failure. The main problem with hepatitis C is the fact that those who are suffering with this disease may not be aware of it for many years.

Joint Pain? This Could be to Blame

No one wants to live with joint pain, yet everyone experiences it at some point in life. It is most common from middle age on, although anyone can go through bouts of joint pain whether they are young and old. Joint pain can be quite debilitating, keeping individuals from doing wha they love to do. Understanding what causes joint pain may be effective in finding the best way to treat it.

If you find yourself the victim of joint pain, it could be caused by a a variety of issues.

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