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Ralph “Buddy” Lee, 82, of Cleveland, died this morning, Jan. 16, 2019, at his home.Survivors and funeral arrangements will be announced by Fike-Randolph & Son Funeral Home. more

Louise Leroy, 110, formerly of Cleveland, died on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, in a health care facility in Atlanta, Ga. 

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There are countless historical locations anyone — whether history buff or not — can visit throughout the U.S., and one that is often tragically overlooked is the Hermitage, home of our seventh … more
Eric Boston, a graphic designer and businessman, is one of a multitude of board members working toward seeing the Christian, interactive museum Trek thru Truth become a reality. Originally … more
Elizabeth Abernathy, a local chef, uses her background and experience to make dinnertime something to look forward to at Garden Plaza. Born in Sacramento, California, but moving to Cleveland … more
Ask Rusty – What Percent of my Benefit will my Spouse Get? Dear Rusty: I have heard many different answers on this but there are so many scenarios I can't seem to find an answer to mine. My wife and I were both born in 1959 and we both turn 60 next year. Both of us will be eligible for Social Security based on our work records to date, but my SS benefit is much larger than hers. Scenario: Say we both retire from work at 60. For simplicity let's say neither of us works in retirement, my wife claims Social Security at age 62 and I claim at my full retirement age of 66 plus 10 months. What will her spousal benefit be, as a percentage of my benefit, when she starts receiving it when I claim at my full retirement age? Signed: Planning Ahead Dear Planning: A spouse claiming benefits at full retirement age (FRA) can get 50% of the higher earning spouse’s FRA benefit, if that amount is more than she is entitled to on her own record. But if your wife claims her own Social Security retirement benefit early at age 62, her spousal benefit will be reduced even if it starts at her full retirement age. The reason is that her total spousal benefit will be the sum of her own age 62 benefit plus a “spousal boost” computed from both of your FRA benefit amounts - the spousal boost will be the difference between your wife’s own FRA benefit amount and ½ of your FRA benefit amount.  more
Margaret Calfee Maynard, 61, departed this world on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, surrounded by family in her home. Margaret, a resident of Mount Juliet, was born in Cleveland.   more

David B. McKinney, 85, of Cleveland, died on Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, 2019, in a local hospital.

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Auditions set for student-directed Children’s Theater at the Arts Center in Athens more
• Shuptrine Gallery WalkThursday, Jan. 17, 6-8 p.m.Alan Shuptrine: Appalachian Watercolors of the Serpentine Chain is closing on Jan. 17. This is the last chance to do a walk-through of the exhibit … more
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