Afternoon Brew: Couple Marry at Hospital Where They Recovered After Motorcycle Crash, Ohio Maple Museum, Salt Inventory, and Inner Belt Bridge Designs,

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Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you pop another aspiring to deal with the hangover from Krusty's.

— Metro hosted the wedding of a couple who had spent significant time at the hospital after a serious motorcycle injury last year. No word on if Jell-O was served for dessert. (Morning Journal)

— The Ohio Maple Museum is officially under construction. Likely to immediately become the most delicious museum in the state. (News-Herald)

— An ODOT Geauga County garage used to store salt has apparently misplaced some, and by "some" we mean $250,000 worth. Here's to hoping an ODOT boss in Columbus told the offending employees, "That's a lickin'." This concludes the bad pun portion of today's blogging. (News-Herald)

— Design proposals are out for the new Innerbelt Bridge. The PD calls them "profoundly ho-hum." (Cleveland.com)

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