Top Cleveland news: Missing child found dead in chimney; Women's March returns Saturday; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Cleveland.

Child missing since before Christmas is found dead in chimney

Harley Dilly, a 14-year-old who went missing Dec. 20, likely died the same day and within six to seven hours after getting stuck in a chimney, according to a source close to the investigation.

Read the full story on WNCN.

Cleveland Pickle Fest returns this August with a new downtown location

Last summer's first-ever Cleveland Pickle Fest was such a curiosity that a reported 16,000 people were willing to wait in long lines just to taste pickles.

Read the full story on Cleveland Scene.

Cleveland Hopkins Airport announces first female ARFF captain

Karen Moleterno is the first ever female captain of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport's Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting team.

Read the full story on WKYC.

Women's March Cleveland returns Saturday

This time the nation-wide event, which in Cleveland kicks off with keynote addresses at 10:30 a.m. on the steps of city hall and rolls into the march at noon, is focused on continuing its mission of bringing about meaningful change for women as well as speaking out about the unconstitutional abortion bans happening around the nation.

Read the full story on Cleveland Scene.

Cuyahoga County and city of Cleveland hire lawyers to help make incentive deals with Sherwin-Williams

The paint maker is looking for tax breaks and other incentives to build a new headquarters in Cleveland.

Read the full story on WKYC.

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