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TGIF: Happenings -- what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Jan. 30

Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration ...
Art MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART (MOCA) CLEVELAND, 11400 Euclid Ave., presents Ragnar Kjartansson’s “The Visitors,” a video ...

Denver police in pursuit of dude named ‘Baby Obama’

In related news, there was a shooting at a Euclid, Ohio, nightclub on Christmas Eve — and the cops believed that the suspect behind the incident was “Poopgangsta.&rdquo ;

South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo reads 'Mama for Mayor' to Rowland Elementary students: Morning Links

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo awarded a first grade class for raising the most funds for students who can not afford books, the community partnership on aging is giving away free healthy lunches to seniors Thursday, and Brush High ...

Former Cowboy Letterwinner Passes Away

Known as the "Dean of Northern Ohio Golf", he continued to teach after retiring as head golf professional at Oakwood Country Club. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 in South Euclid, Ohio. The family requests no flowers please and to ...

Fugitive wanted for robbing a man in Euclid

The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Franklyn Williams. Williams is wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service and the Euclid Police Department for aggravated robbery.

Man steals Duraflame logs from Vineland ShopRite, police say

Matthew Ellis, 27, of Euclid Avenue, in Euclid, Ohio, was charged Sunday with contempt and was held in the Camden County Jail in lieu of $1,724 bail. • Jeffrey Pindale, 27, of Broadway, was charged Sunday with shoplifting after he allegedly stole four ...

Bobcats Herd Buffalo, 24-13

Redshirt junior No. 8 Tywan Claxton (South Euclid, Ohio) and redshirt junior Spartak Chino (Wheaton, Ill.) posted back-to-back major decisions at the 149 and 157 classes, respectively. With the win, Claxton improves his overall record to 22-2 and 4-2 in ...

Euclid High School hires former Cleveland Heights Football Coach Jeff Rotsky

EUCLID, Ohio - Euclid High School has hired former Cleveland Heights football coach Jeff Rotsky as its new head coach for the Euclid High School Panthers. In a statement released Wednesday, Euclid High School announced the hiring of Jeff Rotsky as its new ...

Jeff Rotsky hired as head football coach at Euclid High School

EUCLID, Ohio — Former Cleveland Heights football coach Jeff Rotsky will now lead the Euclid High School Panthers. Fox 8’s John Telich confirmed the move early Wednesday morning. In a press release issued later in the day, Euclid City Schools said the ...

Euclid football selects Jeff Rotsky as next coach

EUCLID, Ohio -- Jeff Rotsky is the next head coach of the Euclid Panthers football team. Rotsky, who stepped down Jan. 6 as coach at Cleveland Heights after eight seasons, confirmed to the Northeast Ohio Media Group on Wednesday that he will be taking over ...


Health insurance on EUCLID

Young adults have several options to get coverage through the insurance market.

1. Special Enrollment Periods

Find out if you are eligible for a Special Enrollment Period. You may be eligible for registration under the Special Enrollment Period unknowingly. If your student medical coverage you finished, you may be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period that will allow you to purchase a health plan through the Insurance Market. You might also grant a Special Enrollment Period if you get married or porced, have a child or adopt a child, moving to another area, and not old enough to be on the safe parent or have in your life some other event eligible to do so.

2. Medicaid and CHIP

Find out how to request coverage for Medicaid and CHIP . You can enroll in Medicaid or the Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP) at any time of year. If you qualify you can now register.

3. coverage through the health plan of the parent

You can get coverage from their parents plan until age 26, even if married, not living with their parents or dependent on them economically. After age 26, you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.

4. Catastrophic Coverage

These plans are an affordable way to protect yourself from the high costs of the worst cases, such as an accident or serious illness. If you are under 30, you can purchase a catastrophic plan coverage. Served three visits per year before you have paid the deductible and certain preventive services .



Capital to small businesses and entrepreneurs in EUCLID

The U.S. Treasury Department’s State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) today released a new Quarterly Report detailing how the program continues to help small businesses grow and create jobs. Since the beginning of the program, the Treasury Department has disbursed more than $1.1 billion to participating states.

“Through the State Small Business Credit Initiative, the Treasury Department, states, and private sector lenders and investors are supporting small businesses and creating a lasting impact on the economy,” said Clifton Kellogg, Director of the SSBCI program. “More than $1 billion in State Small Business Credit Initiative funds have been distributed, making a real difference at the local level. Because of these funds, businesses have been able to buy new equipment, expand their facilities, and hire workers.”

Small businesses and entrepreneurs need capital to build their businesses, and SSBCI is designed to help spur new private sector lending or investment in small companies by leveraging private capital along with the federal support offered by the program. Through SSBCI, the Treasury Department will award nearly $1.5 billion to state programs across the country that support small businesses, including small manufacturers. SSBCI funding is not repaid by participating states to the federal government. Instead, to help even more small businesses, repaid loans and investments remain with participating states to be redeployed locally. The SSBCI Quarterly Report shows that as of September 2014, participating states have recycled more than $60 million to support additional investments.

States have made considerable progress in deploying these funds to support economic growth locally. The states that have deployed the most SSBCI funds by percentage of allocation include: North Dakota (Mandan Consortium), Idaho, Arkansas, Colorado, Montana, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Michigan, Kansas, and Alabama. The states that have deployed the most SSBCI funds by dollar amount include: California, Michigan, Florida, Illinois, Alabama, North Carolina, Texas, New York, Ohio, and Georgia.

SSBCI was created when President Obama signed into law the Small Business Jobs Act on September 27, 2010. The Treasury Department awarded allocations to all fifty states by early 2012, based on a formula set by the Small Business Jobs Act that considered population and unemployment levels. Each state designs its own small business programs, and five types of programs are eligible for SSBCI funds: Capital Access Programs, Loan Guarantee Programs, Loan Participation Programs, Collateral Support Programs, and Venture Capital Programs. In the SSBCI 2013 Annual Report business owners reported that more than 95,000 jobs will be created or saved as a direct result of SSBCI support. [23]

6 Tips for Managing Portion Size

Eating healthy is about enjoying your food while also managing portion size. Most people eat and drink more than their bodies need especially when they are served larger portions. So, choosing smaller portions to begin with is important for maintaining your overall health and well-being.

Here are some tips to help you manage your portion size:

  1. Measure out 1 cup, 1/2 cup, or 1 ounce of some different foods onto the bowls, glasses, cups, and plates you usually use to see what these portion sizes look like on them.
    • 1/2 cup = light bulb
    • 1 cup = baseball
    • 1 oz. or 2 tbsp. = golf ball
    • 3 oz. of chicken or meat = deck of cards
    • 3 oz. fish = checkbook
  2. Eat you meals on a smaller plate. The smaller your plate, the smaller your portion.
  3. Finished your plate but think you’re still hungry? Wait 10 minutes before going back for seconds. You might not want them after all. If you do go back for seconds, aim for the same balance you had with your first serving and start with veggies.
  4. When ordering at a restaurant, ask for a take-home container as soon as your meal comes. Put half of the meal in the take-home container so you’re sure to let your stomach—instead of your eyes—be your guide. Or share the meal with a dining companion. Many restaurants offer a smaller or “appetizer size” of entrees, so when a smaller portion is available, go for it!
  5. Buy or portion out treats and snacks in small, single-serving bags or packages.
  6. Check out the food label for serving size info

Try This: Small changes like these can make a big difference. Commit to making at least one change to reduce your portion sizes this week.



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