More Ohio observations. Cleveland's airport may not be doing great overall, but it has been ranked as one of the most improving airports in the nation.
One of the things that hurt Cleveland in the ranking of miserable places was a public corruption metric defined by the Forbes folks. Not much note around here of what has been an ongoing and extensive Federal probe of local government up there. News today on some mysterious printing bills. I thought I would check in on Ed Morrison's crowdsourcing project to track the corruption issues up there: MapTheMess, but it looks like it has not been updated in some time.
Since I depress myself with all that, let's add something a little less dreary. In Akron they have a new slant on Town/Gown relations. Read about the efforts there where the Univ of Akron is actually trying to support the creation of a new neighborhood altogether.