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Thanks But No Thanks: Ohio decides not to take $176 million from federal government for added unemployment benefits. Which is totally cool, because everyone has a job here. No worries, thanks anyway, guys.

Kids These Days: State issues press release asking incoming college students not to drink, follows up with telegram asking them not to illegally download music and to bring a sweater, just in case.

Living Large: Jimmy Dimora’s face featured on new I-271 billboard honoring Bedford Heights history. Second billboard down the road features the rest of Jimmy.

This Week's Index: It’s still two weeks till the Browns’ season opener, but you’re drunk in the Muni Lot.

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