Cuyahoga Valley National Park
The last of five defendants in a failed anti-Wall Street plot to bomb a highway bridge near Cleveland faces sentencing after losing another bid for leniency.
The mother of a teenager whose skeletal remains were found in a northeast Ohio park says the identification provides the family some closure as police investigate the possible homicide.
Hikers found a jawbone in Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park and searchers then found additional human remains including a partial skull.
Cleveland has dozens of things to do right in the city, however you can multiply the opportunities with a short day trip. For well under $100, you can enjoy your day and come back with some great memories of Ohio’s great offerings.
Cleveland’s nearby woods and trail offer a great place for horseback riding.
The frigid weather hasn’t kept a pair of bald eagles from nesting again in a northeastern Ohio national park.
While many of the area’s organized running programs are associated with schools, there are a number of clubs for grownups and families as well as other loosely organized groups that run together.
Cuyahoga, or crooked river in Mohawk, revolves around a river that spans from Cleveland to Akron. The Cuyahoga is the only national park in the state of Ohio, thanks to Hayward Kendall’s 430-acre donation of land to the state of Ohio back in the 1930s. He named the park after his mother, Virginia Kendall. In 1974, the residents feared the land would be taken over and the beauty lost, so then President Gerald Ford deemed it a national recreation area, thus saving the land. In 1985, the National Park Services added 47 acres of wetlands. Now, this park attracts thousands of visitors every year for getaways unlike any other. Whether it be hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, or cave exploring, this beautiful land provides recreation for all.
A man with alleged ties to Occupy Cleveland has pleaded guilty to charges of his involvement in a plot to blow up at Cleveland Area bridge.
Started in 1971 and entering its 41st consecutive run as a nationally-recognized venue of fine arts and crafts, the Boston Mills Artfest is being held this year at Boston Mills Ski Resort in the scenic Cuyahoga Valley National Park between Cleveland and Akron.