CLEVELAND — A fire has shut down a historic community market here and destroyed the shops of several of the vendors located inside. The West Side Market, Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market, had celebrated its centennial anniversary in November. The fire appears to have started by accident, according to published reports. Some of the produce vendors who operate outside the market’s main building were able to reopen on Friday, two days after the conflagration left ...

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