East Cleveland

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East Cleveland,

city (1990 pop. 33,096), Cuyahoga co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland; inc. 1911. Mostly residential, it has some declining light industry. It is, however, the site of a General Electric lamp factory and research laboratory.
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Plans have been drawn up for the interchange between Nunthorpe and Guisborough, which aims to ease road congestion and improve access to East Cleveland.
John Anderson, known to family and friends as Richie, died after a "gas blow-out" at Boulby potash mine in East Cleveland.
Three women have been found murdered in East Cleveland, Ohio, and police say they expect to find as many as two more bodies as they continue to search the vicinity.
Residents of East Cleveland are fighting to improve the quality of public education and access to vocational opportunities.
On a job site in East Cleveland where several multi-unit residential buildings are being taken down, a pile of concrete that can be crushed is staged in one area for pick-up, while red bricks that can be re-used are in a separate pile.
This month marks the 100th anniversary of the East Cleveland campus of The A.M.
The MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland has been appointed Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury.
A NEW council leader has hit back at suggestions she did not meet the police and crime commissioner to discuss policing in East Cleveland.
The 100-mile East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix is back again, on April 14, as cyclists zoom through the "challenging route" which starts and finishes in Guisborough.
The 100 mile East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix is back on April 14 as cyclists zoom through the "challenging route" which starts and finishes inGuisborough.

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