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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
Zip Codes associated with akron, ohio:
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New 2018 Jeep Wrangler Features Goodyear Wrangler AT Adventure with Kevlar
AKRON, Ohio: The 2018 Jeep Wrangler - unveiled Wednesday at the Los Angeles Auto Show - will be fitted with two sizes of Goodyear's Wrangler AT Adventure with Kevlar. The Wrangler AT Adventure with Kevlar is Goodyear's best tire for versatility on and off road.Wine, Cheese & Chocolate, Darling! to debut at Akron Civic Theatre
The event will be 7:30 p.m. at the classic theater on Main Street in downtown Akron. It's presented by the Akron Civic Theatre Women's Guild and will showcase more than 45 wines with pairings of 21 cheeses and chocolates.Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2017: - Feminism'
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The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office identified a man and a woman found shot to death early Tuesday at a home in the East Akron neighborhood.Akron Public Schools hopes new supplemental health plan, health care facility help save...
Akron Public Schools will offer employees and their families supplemental health insurance that's designed to drive down costs. Health care will be offered out of a new facility established at the district's administration building near downtown Akron.Akron man charged after car chase, four-hour SWAT standoff
An Akron man threatened to kill himself and another man during a car chase and four-hour SWAT standoff that happened early Tuesday, police said. A SWAT officer shot the man with a non-lethal round before officers arrested him at a house on Dennison Avenue near Shelburn Avenue, police said in a news release.Reimagining the Civic Commons
Reimagining the Civic Commons is a national initiative to foster engagement, equity, environmental sustainability, and economic development in our cities. By revitalizing and connecting public places such as parks, plazas, trails, and libraries, this initiative is designed to demonstrate how strategic investments in our civic assets can connect people of all backgrounds, cultivate trust and, counter the trends of social and economic fragmentation in cities and neighborhoods.Frost School Dean Shelton Berg wins 2017 Knight Arts Champion title, grant
Dean of the Frost School of Music, Shelton G. Berg, was named a 2017 Knight Arts Champion and awarded a $10,000 grant for his Donna Shalala MusicReach Program. The Knight Foundation supports art projects that benefit communities in areas such as South Florida; Akron, Ohio; Detroit and St. Paul.Police
She believes an ex-boyfriend may be responsible. - A man at Barnett's Motel, U.S. Route 62, reported he had been intoxicated for five days and wanted an ambulance at 8:02 p.m. Sunday.Akron Public Schools Plans to Save Big with Administrative Building Consolidation
Akron Public Schools is moving its administration to the former SummaCare building at 10 N. Main St. next year, a move the district says will save more than a million dollars a year. Currently, the administration is split between two buildings, both of which are more than a hundred years old and would require millions in repairs over the next 10 years, according to district spokesman Mark Williamson.Police: Woman accused of shooting husband, dismembering body
Forty-nine-year-old Marcia Eubank has been charged with murder in the death of 54-year-old Howard Eubank. Records don't show an attorney for her.University of Akron professor receives $2 million grant to commercialize non-opioid pain...
AKRON, Ohio- University of Akron professor Matthew Becker has been awarded a $2 million grant from Ohio's Third Frontier Commission to commercialize a non-opiate degradable polymer mesh designed to control post-surgical pain while helping patients avoid potential addiction to pain pills. The grant is the largest given to a higher education institution as part of the Third Frontier Commission effort combating the opioid crisis, UA said.Mistake News Isn't Fake News, but We Can't Let Trump Make News the Story
I gave up golf in total exasperation 35 years ago, yet the game has been invading my sleep for at least two decades. It's always a variation of the same dream.Aggressive wild turkey in Ohio hurt after being hit by car
A wild turkey that's become semi-famous for chasing pedestrians and bicyclists in northeast Ohio has been struck by a car and injured. Cleveland.com reports a wildlife team took the male turkey known as Frank to an exotic animal veterinarian with a broken leg after he was struck Thursday in the Akron suburb of Cuyahoga Falls.'Evil' tax cuts? Nope, it's blue-state panic
Thousands of people turnout to hear Sen. Bernie Sanders speak out against the Republican tax plan at the John S. Knight Center on December 2, 2017 in Akron, Ohio. Thousands of people turnout to hear Sen. Bernie Sanders speak out against the Republican tax plan at the John S. Knight Center on December 2, 2017 in Akron, Ohio.A section-by-section look at plans to remake downtown Akron by 2027
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BA star LeBron James is using his platform to advocate for education. Through his organization-The LeBron James Family Foundation-he will open up a public school in his hometown Akron, Ohio, USA Today reported.
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