Notable today — Cleveland Magazine’s interview with a highly successful Cleveland school principal (Around Northeast Ohio); the entrepreneurial creativity of a man in Mentor who wants to open a firing range for all the people who rushed to buy guns this year; and Cleveland Heights’ effort to legally define what makes a tenant a nuisance …

Bed Bugs Abuse: A Carl Monday Investigation
 (WOIO Channel 19 says a fired worker at the county Board of
Developmental Disabilities Maple Heights center objected to picking bedbugs off a client with packing tape. Your ewww moment of the day.)

Come Home, LeBron Billboard Spotted Outside St. Vincent-St. Mary (Cleveland Scene)

Avon Lake hires public relations firm to investigate why city, school losing money  (The story clarifies: To “explain.” The reason is plain enough; the tax value of the NRG power plant was cut in half.)

The Crime Scene this morning

Around Northeast Ohio: Flights decline, bank horror story, old traffic lights

Controversies today: Mentor gun range, abortion obstacles, budget cuts

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