From the Columbus Dispatch's Spencer Hunt:


Summer-like weather might be behind us, but toxic, blue-green algae are still sticking around.
State officials posted a new warning at Cleveland Lakefront State Park’s Euclid Beach this month.A Sept. 17 water test detected a liver toxin in the water, prompting officials to issue a warning four days later that swimming and wading are not recommended for older people, young children and those with weak immune systems.
Euclid is the second Lake Erie beach to get an algae warning this summer, following the beach at Maumee Bay State Park.
Similar warnings have been posted at Grand Lake St. Marys and three Buckeye Lake beaches.