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made recordings for Cadence, Koch International and C.I.M.P. Records. It was during this time that he founded The Fat Tuesday Big Band in Northeast Ohio. He continued to tour including concerts in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City. pages 494–495 isbn 1-84195-017-3 Though the band was not a huge commercial success, except in the Northeast Ohio area, the fame garnered by guitarist Joe Walsh has since made the group more notable. '''Cuyahoga


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would phone, wanting to retire or sell out, asking if we were interested in buying them. sign David Black Though Black Press has focused its acquisitions mainly on building a province-wide network of community newspapers in British Columbia, and a similar operation (called Sound Publishing) across the border in Washington, the company has also invested in individual marquee daily products. In 2000, Black purchased the ''Akron Beacon Journal'', the former Knight Ridder flagship in Northeast Ohio, as well as the ''Honolulu Star-Bulletin'' of Hawaii (later merged with the competing ''Honolulu Advertiser'', which Black purchased in 2010). '''U.S. Route 42''' is an east–west United States highway that runs northeast-southwest for 355 miles (571 km) from Cleveland, Ohio to Louisville, Kentucky. The route has several names including Pearl Road from Cleveland to Medina (Medina, Ohio) in Northeast Ohio, the '''Cincinnati and Lebanon Pike''' in southwestern Ohio and Brownsboro Road in Louisville, Kentucky. The highway's eastern terminus is in Downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Its western terminus is in Louisville, Kentucky. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo was founded in 1882, which makes it the seventh oldest zoo in the United States. It is the most popular year round attraction in Northeast Ohio (by attendance the Cleveland Indians were the most popular attraction in Northeast Ohio in 2007 with a total attendance of 2,275,911. The Zoo announced that 1,227,593 people visited in 2007. This represented a 2% rise in attendance from 2006. The Zoo credits its increased popularity to special programs and events such as "Boo at the Zoo," "DINOSAURS!,' and "TOUCH! amazing rays and sharks." ;United States * The Northeast Ohio or Greater Cleveland regions of Ohio, on the south shore of Lake Erie, also known as the Niagara Frontier (particularly east of Cleveland) ** NorthCoast 99, an annual recognition program that honors 99 great workplaces for top performing employees in Northeast Ohio The chain entered Ohio in the 1980s, when it bought Youngstown wholesaler Tamarkin Company, and its Valu-King stores that were eventually converted to the Giant Eagle name. The Kent and Ravenna Ohio stores were the first to be converted at that time; the Youngstown stores then got converted years later. Around the mid or late 1990s, the Giant Eagle ("GE") chain later reached Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) by acquiring the Stop-n-Shop stores in the area. Stop-n-Shop stores were family owned and operated in different areas of Cleveland. The family operators of Stop-n-Shop formed a holding company named International Seaway Foods as the main umbrella for Stop-n-Shop. In 1998, Giant Eagle acquired the International Seaway Foods and converted the Stop-n-Shop Stores into Giant Eagle Stores. Giant Eagle also purchased or opened other Northeast Ohio stores outside the Stop-n-Shop area, such as the former Apples supermarkets in the nearby Akron, Ohio area. Each batch of ice cream is only about two gallons (7.6 L (liter)) and is thus very labor intensive. The resulting ice cream is so thick that it must be hand-packed into pints (473 mL). An article in The New York Times in 1997 explains that for reasons not understood, superior ice creams are made in batches of two gallons or less. In making that point, the article cited the example of Graeter's, which it said "is considered by most connoisseurs to be the finest ice cream in the world." The ice cream is sold in pint containers at Graeter's stores, and at food markets, including Giant Eagle grocery and Meijer; Kroger, also a Cincinnati-based company, in the vicinity of Graeter's stores as well as in the Atlanta, Dallas–Fort Worth (Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex), Houston (Graeter Houston), Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee) and Raleigh (Raleigh, North Carolina) areas; King Soopers (King Soopers & City Market) stores (a division of Kroger) in Denver, Colorado (Denver); numerous Ralphs and Smith's Food and Drug (also divisions of Kroger) locations in California and Utah respectively http: www.facebook.com note.php?note_id 10150187277843983 ; Highlander in Rockton, IL; and in Northeast Ohio at Heinen's Markets in Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) and Acme Fresh Market stores in Akron (Akron, Ohio). Dean & DeLucca, the New York based fine food emporium, attempted to carry the product but were refused by Graeter's, as the quantities involved would have forced them to compromise their small-batch technique. Because of the small batch (batch production)es and high amount of labor involved, Graeter's pints are more expensive than other brands of premium ice cream, such as Ben & Jerry's (Ben and Jerry) and Häagen-Dazs. thumb 380px right Looking north on Coventry Road (File:Coventry Village September.jpg) '''Coventry Village''' is a commercial business district in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, situated on Coventry Road between Mayfield Road (U.S. Route 322) and Euclid Heights Boulevard. Coventry is associated with Northeast Ohio's artistic, musical, bohemian (bohemianism) and hippie communities and is the center of Cleveland's creative class, inviting comparisons to the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco and Greenwich Village in New York City, although on a smaller scale. '''WNCX''' (98.5 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''98.5 WNCX''' — is a commercial classic rock radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio. Owned by CBS Radio, the station serves Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. The WNCX studios are located in the historic Halle Building (Halle Brothers Co.) in Downtown Cleveland, while the station's transmitter resides in the Cleveland suburb of North Royalton (North Royalton, Ohio). Besides a standard analog transmission, WNCX broadcasts over two HD Radio channels. http: www.hdradio.com stations Ohio-OH Cleveland-16 '''Solon High School''', founded in 1898, is a public high school located in Solon (Solon, Ohio), Ohio, a southeastern suburb of Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) in the Northeast Ohio Region, the 14th largest Combined Statistical Area in the United States. The Miami Company (Symmes Purchase) (also referred to as the "Symmes Purchase") managed settlement of land in the southwestern section. The Connecticut Land Company administered settlement in the Connecticut Western Reserve in present-day Northeast Ohio. A heavy flood of migrants came from New York and especially New England, where there had been a growing hunger for land as population increased before the Revolutionary War. Most traveled to Ohio by wagon and stagecoach, following former Indian paths such as the Northern Trace. Many also traveled part of the way by barges on the Mohawk River across New York state. Farmers who settled in western New York after the war sometimes moved on to one or more locations in Ohio in their lifetimes, as new lands kept opening to the west. thumb right 1275px Panorama of Cleveland in 1909 (Image:Cleveland 6a19415r.jpg) '''Downtown Cleveland''' is the central business district of the City of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Reinvestment in the area in the mid-1990s spurred a rebirth that continues to this day, with over $2 billion in residential and commercial developments slated for the area over the next few years. While much of the city's population decamped to surrounding suburbs in the second half of the 20th century, downtown Cleveland gained population in the first decade of the 21st century, City of Cleveland Planning Commission, 2000 growing from 7,261 in 1990 to 9,599 as of the 2000 Census (United States Census, 2000). In 2005, the Brookings Institution called it one of America's "Emerging Downtowns" because of its 32.2% growth over the period. As of the 2010 Census (United States Census, 2010) the population of Downtown Cleveland was 11,693 making it the biggest downtown district in Ohio. wikipedia:Northeast Ohio


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that the available phone numbers in area code 330 would be exhausted, and an overlay area code (overlay plan) was introduced. Area code 234 was assigned to overlap existing area code 330. With the creation of area code 234, any new phone number in the geographical area formerly covered by area code 330 could be assigned a phone number in either the 234 or 330 area codes, with no change in local or long distance toll status. This made necessary the use of ten-digit dialing within the 330

234 area code region. After the introduction of area code 234, assignments of new telephone numbers in the area did not continue at an accelerated pace, and new phone numbers for area code 234 were not assigned until 2003.

Route 305, Cortland. 234 campsites, 218 have electrical hookups, boat launching area, unlimited horsepower boating on 7,850-acre lake, fishing, hunting, several hiking trails, ten miles of bridle trails, snowmobilers access to 14 miles of shoreline and 15 miles of wooded trails, mountain biking is permitted on 5 miles of multiple-use trail, basketball, volleyball, horseshoe courts and 600-foot beach. *'''Portage Lakes State Park''' Summit County (Summit County (Ohio)), 5031 Manchester Rd


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less than 1.5 hours in driving time. Most of NEO's counties are served by public transit systems that have cooperative linkage points among them (in order from largest system to smallest): * Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority - Metro Regional Transit Authority (METRO RTA) - Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) - LAKETRAN - Western Reserve Transit Authority - Lorain County Transit - Medina County Transit - Ashtabula County Transportation Systems (ACTS) - Geauga County Transit - Portage Area Regional Transit Authority (PARTA)- Community Action Rural Transit System (CARTS) (Columbiana County) - hall at night.jpg thumb 200px The Heart of Rock 'n Roll is in Cleveland * '''Amish Country''' travel through rural land and small towns taking great care for the horses and buggies along the way. Find food and crafts for which the Amish community is famous, primarily centered in Geauga County (east of Cleveland) and Holmes County (Holmes County (Ohio)) (southwest of Canton) which is the center of the largest Amish settlement in the world, known as Ohio's Amish Country. * '''Hall of Fame Cycle'''. Tourists can plan visits to: ** ''the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame'' and Museum, Cleveland ** ''Inventure Place'' (the National Inventors Hall of Fame), Akron ** ''The Pro Football Hall of Fame'' Canton * '''Museums & Gardens''' ** ''Cleveland Botanical Gardens'' ''Cleveland Museum of Art'' ''Cleveland Museum of Natural History'' ''Great Lakes Science Center'' A large science museum in downtown Cleveland, next to the Rock Hall. ''Mark Klaus' "Holly"wood Christmas Movieland'' ''Shaker Historical Society'' A small museum about the Quaker sect that settled in the area in the 19th century. ''Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens'' Near Akron ''Western Reserve Historical Society'' Downtown Cleveland wikipedia:Northeast Ohio


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; Biomedical, Manufacturing and Education. Twenty-four companies headquartered in Northeast Ohio are on the 2008 list of ''Fortune 1000'' U.S. corporations. More than 37% of the Fortune 500 companies are present in Northeast Ohio through corporate headquarters, major divisions, subsidiaries and sales offices. In addition, more than 150 international companies have a presence there. Northeast Ohio has a diverse mix of business activity, including the following ''Fortune 1000'' Company


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. Broadcasting a mix of public radio (Public broadcasting) and jazz, WCPN is the Cleveland affiliate for NPR, Public Radio International, and the BBC World Service. Besides a standard analog transmission, WCPN broadcasts over a single HD Radio channel. In 2008, most Northeast Ohio (NEO) Hip-Hop has either a faux-southern sound (usually from inner city Cleveland Akron), while Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio) (on the PA Line) preserves a more classic vibe. However, both the Eastern and Western sides of Cleveland itself hold light to a conscious Hip Hop sound coined by artists such as Mos Def and Talib Kweli, while the southern portion of the city holds more to a flashier, more glamorous side of hip hop. '''WDOK''' (102.1 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''The New 102''' — is a commercial adult contemporary radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. The WDOK studios are located in Downtown Cleveland together with sister station WQAL, and the station transmitter is located in the Cleveland suburb of Parma (Parma, Ohio) on a tower shared with WQHS-DT. '''WGAR-FM''' (99.5 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''99.5 WGAR''' — is a commercial country (Country music) radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio. Owned by Clear Channel Communications, the station serves Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. The WGAR-FM studios are located in the Cleveland suburb of Independence (Independence, Ohio), and the station transmitter resides in nearby Parma (Parma, Ohio). Besides a standard analog transmission, WGAR-FM broadcasts over two HD Radio channels, and is available online via iHeartRadio. http: www.hdradio.com stations Ohio-OH Cleveland-17 '''WFHM-FM''' (95.5 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''95.5 The Fish''' — is a commercial Christian contemporary (Contemporary Christian music) radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. The station is owned by Salem Communications, and its transmitter resides in the Cleveland suburb of Warrensville Heights (Warrensville Heights, Ohio). wikipedia:Northeast Ohio


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and universities comprises ''the second largest concentration of educational institutions in the nation'' (after New York City). Outstanding university and vocational training programs, coupled with exceptional liberal arts colleges, provide abundant educational opportunities. Northeast Ohio offers a variety of educational institutions. Among the area's colleges and universities are: '''Cuyahoga County''' *Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea *Capital University, Cleveland Center *Case Western Reserve


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Royalton, Ohio North Royalton . '''WKBN-TV''' is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Mahoning Valley of Northeastern Ohio (Northeast Ohio) and Northwestern Pennsylvania. Licensed (City of license) to Youngstown, Ohio, it broadcasts a high definition (high-definition television) digital (digital television) signal on UHF channel 41 (or virtual channel 27.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter near the city's Youngstown,_Ohio#Neighborhoods Pleasant Grove

section. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 4 and Comcast digital channel 193. There is a high definition feed provided on Time Warner Cable digital channel 1004. '''WYTV''' is the ABC (American Broadcasting Company)-affiliated television station for the Mahoning Valley of Northeastern Ohio (Northeast Ohio) and Northwestern Pennsylvania. Licensed (City of license) to Youngstown, Ohio, it broadcasts a high-definition television high definition


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Cleveland - the Hub of Northeast Ohio * Akron, the County Seat of Summit County, was formerly known as the ''Rubber Capital'', and has successfully made the transition from the world's tire manufacturing hub to its high-tech Polymers Research Center, now referred to as the ''Polymer Capital''. It is also the home of the '''All-American Soap Box Derby'''. * Canton (Canton (Ohio)), the County Seat of Stark County, is the "Birthplace of Professional American Football". * Cleveland, the County Seat of Cuyahoga County, is the "Rock and Roll Capital of the World" and home to one of the five richest collections of arts and culture institutions in the US. * Youngstown (Youngstown (Ohio)), the County Seat of Mahoning County, birthplace of the football penalty flag. Home of The Butler Institute of American Art, the worlds largest collection of american art. Also contains the Mill Creek Metro Park. Other destinations *Cuyahoga Valley National Park State Parks and Resort Lodges '''For camping and getaway rental reservations on any of Ohio's Parks tel. 1-866-644-6727.''' *'''Beaver Creek State Park''' Columbiana County, 12021 Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool. 53 non-electric camp sites, horseman's camp, Little Beaver Creek canoe trips, fishing, sixteen miles of hiking trails and two mountain biking technical trails. *'''Findley Lake State Park''' southern Lorain County, 25381 State Route 58, Wellington (Wellington (Ohio)), 272 non-electric camp sites, fully stocked camp store, sand volleyball, basketball court, two horseshoe pits, 93-acre lake, two launch ramps, canoes, rowboats, paddleboats and ten miles of hiking trails. *'''Geneva State Park''', Ashtabula County, 4499 Padanarum Road, Geneva (Geneva (Ohio)). A full facility campground with electricity, showers and flush toilets. Deluxe Cedar Cabins on the Lake Erie lakefront, six-lane boat ramp, canteen, concession area, 383 docks, three miles of multi-use trails, 300-foot guarded swimming beach and Geneva Lake Resort Lodge and Conference Center. *'''Guilford Lake State Park''', Columbiana County, 6835 East Lake Road, Lisbon. On the west fork of the Little Beaver Creek, 41 electric camp sites, play area, fishing dock, drinking water, showers, flush toilets, picnic tables, fire-rings, launching ramps, seasonal dock rentals, 600-foot public swimming beach, bathhouse, changing booths, showers, volleyball, basketball courts, horseshoe pits. *'''Jefferson Lake State Park''' Jefferson County (Jefferson County (Ohio)), 501 Twp. Rd. 261A, Richmond. 97 non-electric camp sites, latrines, water fountains, picnic tables, fire rings, public beach, bathhouse, showers, toilets, fishing, hunting, volleyball, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, eighteen miles of multiple-use trails through the park for hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers, any season. *'''Mosquito Lake State Park''', Trumbull County, 1439 State Route 305, Cortland. 234 campsites, 218 have electrical hookups, boat launching area, unlimited horsepower boating on 7,850-acre lake, fishing, hunting, several hiking trails, ten miles of bridle trails, snowmobilers access to 14 miles of shoreline and 15 miles of wooded trails, mountain biking is permitted on 5 miles of multiple-use trail, basketball, volleyball, horseshoe courts and 600-foot beach. *'''Portage Lakes State Park''' Summit County (Summit County (Ohio)), 5031 Manchester Rd., Akron. 74 non-electric campsites, 400 horsepower limit on lake, 8 boat launch ramps, boat rentals, fishing, hunting, beach, five miles of hiking trails, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, basketball court, hunting waterfowl in designated areas. *'''Punderson State Park''', Geauga County, 11755 Kinsman Rd., Newbury. Natural lake, resort manor house, family cottages, golf course, winter sports park, sledding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, 196-site campground, showerhouses, flush toilets, electricity, pet camping, twenty-six cottages, manor house features a dining room, meeting rooms, outdoor, indoor swimming pools, championship-rated, 18-hole public golf course, pro shop, boat rentals, fishing, fourteen miles of hiking trails, tennis court, volleyball, basketball courts and cross country ski trails *'''Pymatuning State Park''', Ashtabula County on the north part of the border of Ohio and Pennsylvania. 6260 Pymatuning Lake Rd., Andover. Twenty-six family cottages, thirty-two standard cottages, beach, 331 camping sites have electric hookups, 21 sites are non-electric, nature center, basketball, volleyball courts, playgrounds, 14,000 acre lake, five boat-launch ramps, fishing, hunting, two miles of well marked trails, ice skating, ice boating, ice fishing and cross-country skiing. *'''West Branch State Park''', Portage County 5708 Esworthy Road, Ravenna. 29 full service camping sites, 155 camping sites with 50-amp electric hook-ups, 14 non-electric sites, heated showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities, 700-foot sand beach, showerhouse, change booth, snack bar, year-round fishing, hunting, 2,650 acres lake, twelve miles of hiking trails, twenty miles of bridle trails, horse camp, playground and volleyball court Note: The mailing address and actual location of these parks may be two different locations: For more detailed information on these and other Ohio State Parks, contact the Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Division of Parks and Recreation. Click here. visiting ''or even thinking of'' Cleveland, the integration of the economies, communities, media coverage, culture and arts is extraordinarily interwoven with all of NEO (as can be proven by analyzing commute patterns among the counties). Unlike the vast majority of large US cities that have grown through annexation of outlying areas in their central counties and beyond (e.g., Chicago or Columbus), the City of Cleveland proper only encompasses 1 3 of Cuyahoga County , which has nearly 60 municipalities. It would be a mistake, frequently made, to consider the City of Cleveland as a point of direct comparison with other major US Cities. NEO simply isn't structured like most US metropolitan regions, in part, because of its rich history of individual centers of industry in the 1800s merging together into one super-metropolis throughout the 1900s. Although Cleveland is the largest city in the region, the other large cities in Northeast Ohio like Akron, Youngstown, Canton, and Warren, all have their own distinct identities. It might not go over well, for example, to tell someone in Akron that their city is "part of the Cleveland area", even if it is shown that way in some official tourism campaigns or Census and demographic maps. Northeast Ohio has been hit hard by the recent economic crisis, and locals may complain about the area among themselves. However, they usually don't take kindly to outsiders trash-talking Ohio. Northeast Ohioans tend to be stubbornly proud of their little corner of the world, as evidenced by the cultlike following of the Browns through losing season after losing season. People in Northeast Ohio would want outsiders to see the better parts of living here, such as the booming food and restaurant scene in Cleveland, beautiful Lake Erie shorelines, parks and outdoor activities, among other things. Get in By plane * '''Cleveland Hopkins International Airport''', ''CLE''. A hub for United Airlines. * '''Akron-Canton Regional Airport''', ''CAK''. * '''Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport''', ''YNG''. By car Northeast Ohio is served by the following interstate highways: *'''I-71''' connects Cleveland to Medina and then runs southwest toward Columbus. *'''I-76''' serving Akron and Youngstown and connecting to beyond Pennsylvania to the east. *'''I-77''' starts in Cleveland and runs south through Akron, Canton, New Philadelphia and beyond. *'''I-80''' is the Ohio Turnpike (a toll road) that runs across the northern part of the state, serving Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown (where I-80 and I-76 criss cross). *'''I-90''' also serves the far northern part of the state, including Cleveland, Lorain, Elyria, Mentor, Painesville and Ashtabula. By train Cleveland and Elyria are served by Amtrak, although the only trains that serve the two pass through in the middle of the night. Direct service is available to Chicago, New York, and Washington DC, with connections to other destinations. There is also an Amtrak station in Alliance, OH. in Stark County By boat The American Canadian Caribbean Line and the Great Lakes Cruising Company provide cruises that include Cleveland on the itineria. Get around Most points within NEO are easily accessible by auto with longer distances less than 1.5 hours in driving time. Most of NEO's counties are served by public transit systems that have cooperative linkage points among them (in order from largest system to smallest): * Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority - Metro Regional Transit Authority (METRO RTA) - Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) - LAKETRAN - Western Reserve Transit Authority - Lorain County Transit - Medina County Transit - Ashtabula County Transportation Systems (ACTS) - Geauga County Transit - Portage Area Regional Transit Authority (PARTA)- Community Action Rural Transit System (CARTS) (Columbiana County) - hall at night.jpg thumb 200px The Heart of Rock 'n Roll is in Cleveland * '''Amish Country''' travel through rural land and small towns taking great care for the horses and buggies along the way. Find food and crafts for which the Amish community is famous, primarily centered in Geauga County (east of Cleveland) and Holmes County (Holmes County (Ohio)) (southwest of Canton) which is the center of the largest Amish settlement in the world, known as Ohio's Amish Country. * '''Hall of Fame Cycle'''. Tourists can plan visits to: ** ''the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame'' and Museum, Cleveland ** ''Inventure Place'' (the National Inventors Hall of Fame), Akron ** ''The Pro Football Hall of Fame'' Canton * '''Museums & Gardens''' ** ''Cleveland Botanical Gardens'' ''Cleveland Museum of Art'' ''Cleveland Museum of Natural History'' ''Great Lakes Science Center'' A large science museum in downtown Cleveland, next to the Rock Hall. ''Mark Klaus' "Holly"wood Christmas Movieland'' ''Shaker Historical Society'' A small museum about the Quaker sect that settled in the area in the 19th century. ''Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens'' Near Akron ''Western Reserve Historical Society'' Downtown Cleveland wikipedia:Northeast Ohio


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''' image_map1 Youngstown2 036.jpg mapsize1 240px map_caption1 '''Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio)''' subdivision_type Country subdivision_name United States subdivision_type1 State subdivision_name1 Ohio subdivision_type2 Largest city subdivision_name2 Cleveland subdivision_type3 Other cities subdivision_name3

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subdivision_type4 subdivision_name4 government_footnotes government_type leader_title leader_name leader_title1 leader_name1 established_title established_date area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes area_total_sq_mi area_land_sq_mi 8,520.29 area_water_sq_mi 3,104.2 population_as_of 2010 (2010 United States Census) population_footnotes population_note population_total 4,335,920 http: quickfacts.census.gov qfd maps ohio_map.html population_density_sq_mi 508.89 timezone ET (Eastern Time Zone (North America)) utc_offset -5 timezone_DST EDT (Eastern Time Zone (North America)) utc_offset_DST -4 latd latm lats latNS longd longm longs longEW elevation_footnotes elevation_ft postal_code_type postal_code area_code website footnotes '''Northeast Ohio''' refers to the northeastern region of the U.S. (United States) state of Ohio. The region contains six Metropolitan Statistical Areas: Cleveland–Elyria (Greater Cleveland); Akron (Akron, Ohio, metropolitan statistical area); Canton–Massillon (Canton–Massillon, Ohio metropolitan area); Youngstown–Warren–Boardman (Youngstown–Warren–Boardman, OH–PA Metropolitan Area); Mansfield (Richland County, Ohio), and Sandusky (Erie County, Ohio), along with six Micropolitan Statistical Areas: Ashland (Ashland County, Ohio), Ashtabula (Ashtabula County, Ohio), New Philadelphia–Dover (Tuscarawas County, Ohio), Norwalk (Huron County, Ohio), Salem (Columbiana County, Ohio), and Wooster (Wayne County, Ohio). Most of the region, with the exception of the Youngstown–Warren–Boardman and Mansfield metropolitan areas, is also part of the Cleveland–Akron–Canton Combined Statistical Area and media market, while Mahoning (Mahoning County, Ohio), Trumbull (Trumbull County, Ohio), and Columbiana (Columbiana County, Ohio) counties form part of the Youngstown–Warren CSA and media market with Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Northeast Ohio also includes most of the area known historically as the Connecticut Western Reserve. In 2011, the Intelligent Community Forum ranked Northeast Ohio as a global Smart 21 Communities list. https: www.intelligentcommunity.org index.php?src gendocs&ref Smart21_2011&category Events

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