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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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Fox News' Ingraham Tells Trump-hating NBA Stars to 'Shut up and Dribble'
Laura Ingraham scored a memorable hit on anti-war liberals with her 2003 book "Shut up and Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the Media are Subverting America." After NBA stars LeBron James and Kevin Durant criticized President Trump yesterday, Ingraham issued a verbal variation on that zinger, rejecting their political commentary by telling them to "shut up and dribble."Akron parents asking Coventry officials to create more 'Great Comets'
Particularly bright examples are called "Great Comets." Great Comets are distinguished from their peers from the presence of Coventry and an extended community; a gravitationally unbound atmosphere towards academic excellence.Akron man convicted in rape of 12-year-old girl
Brandon Grether was charged with rape and gross sexual exploitation for sexually assaulting the 12-year-old girl who was known to him, the Summit County Prosecutor's Office said. Grether, 40, assaulted the girl July 4, 2016.22 High Street Gallery to exhibit works by Akron artist showcasing local neighborhoods
Local artist Micah Kraus's solo exhibition, "All Falling Together," will be on view at 22 High Street in downtown Akron through March 31. The free event will coincide with Akron Artwalk and is open to the public. The reception will feature live music from local rock band The Dreemers.State of the Arts: Akron's Kenmore Neighborhood Reimagined
A new coloring book features public spaces in one Akron neighborhood. It's a mural project called the Kenmore Imagineer and residents hope it will add a splash of color to Kenmore Boulevard.LyondellBasell to Acquire A.Schulman
Houston-based LyondellBasell and A.Schulman , Akron, Ohio, have entered into a definitive agreement under which LyondellBasell will acquire A.Schulman for a total consideration of $2.25 billion. The acquisition will build upon LyondellBasell's existing platform in this space to create a premier Advanced Polymer Solution compounding business with broad geographic reach, leading technologies and a diverse product portfolio which includes high-performance plastic compounds , composites and powders.Three Dog Night bringing memories to Civic Theatre
According to band officials, Three Dog Night formed in 1968 and is celebrating nearly five decades. From 1969 to 1974, no other group achieved more top 10 hits, moved more records or sold more concert tickets, according to band officials.Akron reluctantly complying with state bill
Akron City Council decided Feb. 12 to take a little time to review a portion of the state biennial budget that could result in a significant loss to the city. The state budget, Ohio House Bill 49, passed late last year, but lawsuits have sprung up all over the state objecting to the provision that would have the state collect businesses' net profit municipal income taxes.Mostly cloudy skies, significant cooldown back below freezing for Friday in Akron: Weather forecast
After hitting the 50s on Thursday, Akronites will once again have to break out the winter gear for Friday as temperatures cool back down to the 20s and 30s. Morning commuters could run into some flurries mixed in with rain, but nothing will stick.New Akron Art Library bringing art into homes
A new art lending library allows anyone with a library card the opportunity to borrow artwork owned by the Akron Art Museum, including "Mood Indigo," shown at right, a giclee print by Kadir Nelson, an American artist whose work is in galleries and museums nationwide and abroad. Toledo-based artist Natalie Lanese created "Mountain High," gouache and collage on paper, specifically for the Akron Art Library.Body-slammed Ohio teacher gets attacked again
Dense Fog Advisory issued February 15 at 3:30AM EST expiring February 15 at 9:00AM EST in effect for: Indian River, Okeechobee, Saint Lucie An Akron East High School teacher, who was body-slammed in his classroom by a student three months ago, has filed another police report after a different student punched him in his left eye. AKRON, Ohio - An Akron East High School teacher, who was body-slammed in his classroom by a student three months ago, has filed another police report after a different student punched him in his left eye.Summit County to host Senior Summit conference, expo May 18-19
The Senior Summit will kick off with a professional conference 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. George Fellowship Centre, at 3204 Ridgewood Road in Fairlawn. The May 18 conference is intended for service providers, professionals working with seniors, guardians, nursing-home administrators and city planners involved in addressing the needs of seniors in the county.Police shoot 2 men during break-in at Ohio farm store
The Akron Beacon Journal reports the shooting happened early Tuesday after a van backed into a police cruiser in the village of Lakemore, about 8 miles south of Akron. The names of the men and their medical conditions haven't been released.Man shot and killed while sitting in car in South Akron neighborhood
An Akron man was shot and killed Tuesday while sitting in a car in the city's South Akron neighborhood. The 18-year-old man died after paramedics took him to Summa Akron City Hospital, a Summit County Medical Examiner's Office spokesman said.Man convicted in 2014 Edinburgh shooting death granted early release
A Barberton man convicted of reckless homicide in Edinburg in 2014 will be released about eight months early from prison, but will be under court-ordered intensive supervision for one year and serve an additional 36 months probation. Christopher A. Kiehl, 28, who was found guilty of reckless homicide in December 2014, will be released after serving an additional 30 days in jail under the ruling by Judge Laurie Pittman.Lenten fish fries - 2018
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Things are heating up for Valentine's Day in Akron. Temperatures could make it into the upper 40s Wednesday, with partly sunny skies until a chance for scattered evening rain showers.
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