CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The National Weather Service in Cleveland on Tuesday issued a tornado warning in Ashtabula County until 3:15 p.m. The area includes the cities of Ashtabula, Geneva, Geneva-on-the-Lake and Edgewood. Radar shows the threat of a tornado and potential quarter-sized hail. The warning came just a few minutes after NWS issused a tornado warning for cities in northwest Pennsylvania including Conneautville, Saegertown, Cambridge Springs, Lincolnville and Townville. That warning is set to expire at 3 p.m. The National Weather Service said a trained tornado spotter reported a tornado struck a nursing home about 5 miles east of Conneautville, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. The tornado warning in Ashtabula County covers an area with a population of more than 50,000. Thunderstorms with heavy rain have been hanging over Lake Erie and traveling east since Tuesday morning. … [Read more...] about National Weather Service issues tornado warning for Ashtabula County, western Pennsylvania
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CAMBRIDGE, Ohio—The angry old white men in this no-frills meeting room in a $55-a-night hotel off Interstate 70 are mostly retired truck drivers and coal miners, the kind of blue-collar voters without college degrees who tend to get quoted in Rust Belt diners defending President Donald Trump. They believe the system is rigged, that America has broken its promises to its working class, that the citizens who transport its goods, extract its energy, and shower after work rather than before have been shafted and forgotten. And while “economic anxiety” has become a punchline for pundits who believe Trump’s popularity with this demographic has more to do with racial resentment than trade or wages or health care, the economic anxiety in this room is real. These retirees are at risk of losing the pensions they worked for decades to secure, which is why they’ve gathered to hear the man they trust the most to fight for them in Washington. It’s not Trump. In … [Read more...] about Trump Flipped Ohio in 2016. Can Dems Flip It in 2018 By Going Old School?
By Marc Levy Monday, June 18, 2018Monday Kendall Discovery Market from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mondays through Oct. 29 at Kendall Center, 90 Broadway, Kendall Square. Free. Cambridge’s tech innovation square has put together a unique farmers market – with artisanal food makers, yes, but also innovators and educators from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and local artists from Cambridge Arts’ Community Supported Art Program. The science, technology, engineering, arts and math exhibitors stay until 3 p.m.; the food exhibitors stay throughout. Buy art, learn about what’s happening at the institute and experience local farm to plate food. It takes place directly off the red line MBTA stop. Information is here. Tuesday Teddy Bear Picnic from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave., near Union Square, Somerville. Free. Bring a picnic and teddy bears (or other cuddly toys) and join with local … [Read more...] about A week of events in Cambridge, Somerville: Dance and music fests as arts move outside
Photo by Jordan Holland Marietta High's Jarrett Jackson celebrates after a run-scoring double in the first inning of a high school baseball game against Cambridge Monday at Legion Field. MARIETTA – Cambridge took advantage of a couple late Marietta errors to turn a 1-1 pitcher’s duel into a 6-2 victory Monday at Legion Field. After they both gave up a run in the first inning, Cambridge starter Alex Valentine and MHS starter Derek Duckworth were sharp, trading zeros in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings. Trent Valentine led off the top of the sixth for Cambridge with a double to left-center field and came around to score when Austin McKee’s routine grounder to short was misplayed to make it 2-1. Logan Tuttle followed with a double to right-center that Mathew Earley nearly made a diving catch on to put runners at second and third with one out. Heath Hill came on to relieve Duckworth and nearly got out of the inning without further damage. He … [Read more...] about Marietta High can’t overcome CambridgeCOMMENTSLocal SportsSouth, Warren teams split a pairThis week in MOV athleticsNo. 16 Marietta College baseball sweeps CapitalTigers softball bests New PhillyJordan Stanley pitches no-hitter as South tops Fort FryeBig Reds sweep Parkersburg South InviteArtsbridge playing host to Warren Local Schools art displayToday is last day to register to vote in Ohio’s May primaryCity Park clinic set to help runners, walkersWashington County Commission candidates weigh in on sewer fightEmpty Bowls Luncheon in Marietta helps fill food pantriesAlvin Phillips attends Habitat for Humanity summit in HaitiNewsletter