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His eyes — how they twinkled! His dimples — how merry! Even without the red-and-white costume, Akron industrialist C.W. Seiberling was well suited for the role of Santa Claus.
The nicest restaurant Hanna Eckels had eaten at was Red Lobster.
CLEVELAND: It took much longer than originally expected, but Andrew Wiggins will finally play his first game at Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday when the Minnesota Timberwolves make their only appearance here this season.
QB Connor Shaw may start finale for Browns with Johnny Manziel out, Brian Hoyer's shoulder hurt
Singer Joe Cocker dead at 70
Brickoven Brewpub ready to debut beers
Monroe County families waiting to see if they can return to houses
Ohio AG Mike DeWine issues warning about Sugar Bowl ticket scam
Pregame: Grizzlies at Cavs
U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge, chair of Congressional Black Caucus, releases statement on officer shootings
Coney Island announces two new rides for 2015 season
John Stewart rips CPD, Sony cancels 'Interview', Fallon,Timberlake go camping: Trending this week
Copley set to induct 10 graduates into Athletic Hall of Fame Friday
St. V-M senior Vince Lockett commits to play football at Akron
Top overall pick Andrew Wiggins will play first game in Cleveland after being part of trade that brought Kevin Love to Cavs
Marla Ridenour: Browns should stick with coach Mike Pettine, focus on quarterback quandary
Local history: Akron industrialist C.W. Seiberling played Santa Claus for orphans
Panthers 17, Browns 13: Rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel makes pitch for himself as ‘the guy’ after leaving fourth consecutive loss with injury
Kim Hone-McMahan: Silent Angels continue to help during time of giving
Thomas J. Strauss reflects on 15 years as Summa’s leader
Ikea store a possibility for Cleveland suburb
Heldenfels mailbag: “Summer of 42” search, “Death in Paradise” plans, “Americans’ ” return
Mary Beth Breckenridge: A simple act brings joy
Bob Dyer: Up close and too personal?
This is getting kind of depressing though it is the natural way of things. Boomer icons and Classic Rockers continue to shuffle off this mortal coil.
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