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Watch “Get Healthy, Stay Healthy: Conversations with MetroHealth” a Virtual Event Series! 93.1 WZAK’s Bijou Star and Z107.9’s Ro Digga talk with doctors and nurses from MetroHealth about how to stay healthy during this time! Telehealth, In-Person or Emergency Care? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Preventing/Managing Diabetes (October 1, 2020) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Importance of Screenings (September 24, 2020) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ […]

CLEVELAND – A groundbreaking ceremony to kick off changes to Cuyahoga Community College’s Metro campus is scheduled for Sept. 27. The two-year makeover begins this fall and is expected to update the Tri-C Campus Center building for increased student activity. The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 1 p.m. The renovated structure will be gutted to […]

Detroit filed for bankruptcy Thursday afternoon, becoming the nation’s largest public sector bankruptcy. The move could slash pension benefits to city workers and retirees, and leave investors holding the city’s debt with only pennies on the dollar. Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, appointed by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to oversee the city’s finances, had been holding […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – – The MetroHealth System is informing employees of a reduction in force that will result in the elimination of 104 jobs. In addition, 151 vacant positions have been eliminated. These actions are being taken to reach 2012 budget goals which called for a reduction of 450 positions across the System. Previously […]

“It was pandemonium,” said Hay, who had traveled to the District from Charles County with her husband, sister-in-law, 25-year-old niece with special needs and two grandnieces, 11 and 14. “We were pushing our kids out of the way, trying to plaster ourselves against the wall so nobody would hurt us. There were five fights right […]