Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you get the margaritas and vaporizer ready for the PTA meeting.
— An elderly couple can't finalize the sale of their North Royalton home because the Cleveland Division of Water has a 6-cent water bill they won't clear, despite repeated calls from the couple. (Cleveland.com)
— The Akron mother who was sent to jail for lying about her residence so her kids could attend a better school is getting national attention this week. (Ohio.com)
— A report concludes that Bush cabinet members broke rules to aid certain Ohio Republicans in the 2006 elections. We're looking at you, Mike DeWine. (Cleveland.com)
— A bunch of teens are in trouble after being found with alcohol and drugs at a PTA fundraiser event at Kalahari. As a rule, all PTA fundraisers would be more successful with alcohol and drugs. (WKYC)
We'll be back after we put our makeup on.
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