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Located about forty miles from Cleveland Akron is set along the historic Erie Canal. It was a boomtown in the 1800's home to such industries as cereal production, toy, marble, and rubber manufacturing. The city was officially founded in 1825. Today Goodyear Tires and FirstMerit Bank support the local economy. The city also has a ten-mile stretch of free WiFi access downtown, one of few such projects in the country. Cultural destinations include the Akron Art Museum and the Akron Police Museum.
Local Newspapers: The Akron Beacon Journal
Local Sports Teams: The Akron Aeros (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Akron
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Towns/Cities near akron, ohio : Tallmadge Barberton Green Cuyahoga Falls Wadsworth Kent Ravenna Doylestown
Summit drug OD data offer hope, but struggle continues
Hospital emergency rooms treated more than 1,287 cases of drug overdoses involving Summit County residents during the first 11 months of 2018. It's not known how many were the same people repeatedly needing help or how many more were revived by friends or family at home with naloxone without ever seeking medical care.Governor-elect DeWine coming to Akron
DeWine, a Republican who defeated Democrat Rich Cordray for the position in the November election, will speak at the John S. Knight Center, 77 E. Mill St., at noon Jan. 17. DeWine, currently the state's attorney general, won 50.39 percent of the vote in Ohio with running mate Jon Husted, currently Ohio's secretary of state, for the lieutenant governor's spot. Cordray, who previously served as the director of the U. S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and is a past Ohio attorney general, and running mate and former U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton lost with 46.68 percent of the vote, according to Ohio secretary of state records.Lakemore Council notes generosity of residents
Appreciation was expressed by Council at the Dec. 3 regular meeting to the many individuals who have contributed to making the season brighter for their neighbors. Councilwoman Laura Cochran recognized the individuals and groups who have given their time and resources to assist the Lakemore Police Department with the Share a Christmas program this year.County Council reviewing operating budget
Summit County Council continued budget hearings for various county agencies as it prepares to adopt the operating budget for 2019. On Dec. 3, Council had second readings on legislation to adopt the operating budget for departments and agencies totaling $377.6 million, as well as another $169 million for the Summit County Children Services Board, the Developmental Disabilities Board and the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board, for a total of almost $547 million.KAB's Recycle-Bowl Competition winners named
Six Akron area schools have been named winners of this year's Recycle-Bowl Competition, hosted by Keep Akron Beautiful in conjunction with River Valley Paper Co. This competition is a mixed-paper drive that helps celebrate America Recycles Day, educates about recycling and encourages recycling for prizes to be awarded in January.West Side Neighborhood Watch
WEST AKRON: Police investigated the following burglary reports: Nov. 28 in the 600 block of Sunset View Drive, Nov. 29 in the 900 block of Stoner Street and Nov. 30 in the 600 bock of Greenwood Avenue and the 700 block of Nome Avenue. On Nov. 25, police investigated a report by a woman who stated she met a man on a social media website and he convinced her he was in the U.S. Army and needed money to get home.Wisconsin hosting official visits this weekend
Four class of 2019 recruits-two verbal commits and two prospects who are already committed to other programs-will take in Wisconsin on their official visits this weekend. B5Q confirmed with fullback Quan Easterling and safety Titus Toler that they will be at UW this weekend.Man armed with knife robs Akron restaurant
Police say the suspect entered Ms. Julie's Kitchen at 1809 S. Main St. at about 7:30 p.m., just before closing.Robbers target pizza restaurants, delivery driver in Akron
Two Little Caesars restaurants and a delivery driver for Marco's Pizza were targeted by armed robbers late Tuesday night, according to police. The suspect did not get any cash in the first attempt, reported at about 11 p.m. at Little Caesars at 1260 Copley Road in West Akron, police say.UDS' Buckeye Baskets now available
Buckeye Baskets, a business of United Disability Services , is one of the newest vendors in the Northside Marketplace, located at 21 Furnace St. UDS officials stated Buckeye Baskets offer a selection of holiday gift baskets in prices ranging from $11.95 to $150, plus tax and shipping. A limited selection of the baskets will be available at Northside Marketplace.Torchbearers announces Class of 2019
Forty of Greater Akron's emerging leaders have been selected from a competitive field to join the Torchbearers Class of 2019. Torchbearers is an organization of emerging leaders focused on enhancing the Greater Akron community through leadership development, talent attraction and retention, as well as community service, according to organization officials.Two of the four Akron crash victims identified
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office has identified two of the four people killed in a car crash early Monday morning in Akron and is asking for the public's help in identifying the two others. "We don't even have a clue who they are," said Gary Guenther, an investigator with the Medical Examiner's Office.Akron Main Library screens 'It's A Wonderful Life' Wednesday; film expert to lead discussion
Watch the classic holiday movie "It's a Wonderful Life" and get insights from Arizona State University Film professor and Akron native Joe Fortunato at a free screening of the movie at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 5 in the auditorium of the Akron-Summit County Main Library, 60 S. High St., downtown Akron. "If you think you know this popular film, you need to see it with Joe's informed and often humorous commentary," said a news release from the library.Gluten-free food pantry in Akron offers help
The Celiac and Allergy Friendly Food Initiative, a nonprofit organization that offers gluten-free and allergy-friendly food and educational materials to qualifying low-income families, has some upcoming distribution dates.Akron's Homelessness Problem is at a Tipping Point. Will the City...
It hasn't been an easy few months for Sage Lewis. As the executive director of The Homeless Charity , he played a key role in establishing Second Chance Village-a tent city housed on THC's commercial property that has steadily become a safe haven for dozens of homeless Akronites.The Scene: Sugar Plum home tour raises funds for Gay Community Endowment Fund Updated at
A sunny day drew 1,200 people for the 17th annual Sugar Plum Tour on Sunday. Co-chairs Phil Montgomery and Babette Medcalf greeted guests, while Robbi Ullinger sold raffle tickets for Christmas trees loaded with gift certificates.Tallmadge Leaders Considering Ways to Cover Funding Gap for Fire Department
The City of Tallmadge has a permanent fire levy but it's no longer covering all the costs of the fire department. The city is subsidizing the shortfall of more than a million dollars a year from its general fund.
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