Morning Brew: Too Many Pigs in Ohio, Church Defies Bishop, Little Italy Land Squabble, and Obama Heading to Ohio

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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you curse I-271.

— Obama will be visiting a family near Columbus during a swing through the Buckeye State. They will be discussing their love for Jim Tressel. (Columbus Dispatch)

— St. Peter's was ordered closed, but the parishioners and priest weren't really down with that. Instead they held a mass in a warehouse. "The bishop says a renegade congregation can lead to disunity," according to the report. How awesome does it sound to be a member of a renegade congregation? Pretty awesome, right? (Fox 8)

— Developers have settled a disagreement with residents in Little Italy over land. Details about agreement remain private, but they probably involve a cannoli and a pack of Marlboro's. (Cleveland.com)

— There are literally too many wild pigs in Ohio. No, seriously. Wild pigs are destroying Ohio just like Wild Hogs destroyed multiplexes. (Cleveland.com)

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