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Cleveland Guardians fans who keep kosher have a reason to cheer: Though it wasn’t ready in time for opening day, after a two-season hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic and staffing issues, Progressive Field will once again have certified kosh…

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A Mentor Lake Catholic High School lacrosse player’s decision to sport a swastika on his right calf during a tournament game at Orange High School’s Pepper Pike campus sparked shock and outrage among students, parents and the regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, as well as an investigation into the incident.

The executive director of Hillel at Kent State University said he and Jewish students were shocked and hurt to learn that a swastika had been spray-painted on the pavement in front of a building at the front campus of the university.

As Ohio negotiates almost a $2 billion incentive package with electronic chip maker Intel, Gov. Mike DeWine owns stock in the company, according to ethics disclosures that were due on Monday. However, the governor declined to say much about the investment beyond the very general information that is required under Ohio ethics law.


A combined total of over 600 in-person and virtual attendees got an intimate glimpse into the lives of actors Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody at the Cleveland Jewish News’ “An Evening with Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody” event May 1 at the Maltz Performing Arts Center in Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood.

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