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Native Tongues: City Hall photographer Donn Nottage was suspended after bitching about a co-worker on Facebook. City officials still trying to figure out what the hell he’s been taking pictures of.

Fresh Fudge: says Cleveland ranks 7th nationally for most available jobs, and that doesn’t even include the city’s unique yet unofficial position for the guy who points and says, “Hey, look over there!” while someone else alters police reports on cop-abuse cases.

New, Improved, and Operable
: Cuyahoga County announces October 11, 2012, as the official opening date for the new Juvenile Justice Center. If you’re looking for the punch line, well, that was it.

This Week's Index: They didn’t put your side of fries in the bag,
but you’re too damned lazy to go back for it.

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