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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.

Population: 217074
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: 44301 44302 44303 44304 44305 44306 44307 44310 44311 44312 44313 44314 44319 44320 44321 44333
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Akron News
Research into conductive films key to future breakthroughs

Mukerrem Cakmak took Antec attendees into his world of research of roll-to-roll production of electrically conductive films, which are needed for many emerging flexible electronics products like thin batteries, displays and solar cells, and wearable - or even implantable - sensors. In his plenary speech at Antec on May 8, he even showed a slide of rooms in a house that can change color at the flick of a switch.

Woman, boyfriend charged in fatal cocaine overdose of boy, 9

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Akron pizza delivery driver's wedding ring stolen in armed robbery

The delivery driver was not hurt in the robbery that happened just before 9 p.m. on Alfaretta Avenue west of North Howard Street, according to an Akron police report. The man told police he was about to deliver a pizza when two men approached him and pointed a revolver at him, the report says.

Dan Auerbach Shares New Solo Album 'Waiting On A Song'

Next week Dan Auerbach will issue a new solo album entitled Waiting On A Song through his recently established Easy Eye Sound label. The Black Keys frontman has made the record available for streaming ahead of its June 2 release via NPR Music's First Listen series.

Are Akron's Hoped-For Downtown Dwellers Ready to Leave Their Cars Behind?

The city of Akron is looking to boost the number of people living downtown. Could that mean adding thousands of cars -- or adding thousands of people who decide they don't need a car? WKSU's Kabir Bhatia has more on how transportation could be changing in the Rubber City.

$12 million, rock-splitting, tunnel-boring Rosie debuts for cameras

Akron Mayor Daniel Horrigan tours "Rosie" Akron Tunnel Boring Machine at The Robbins Company on Thursday in Solon. The TBM will dig the Ohio Canal interceptor tunnel underneath downtown Akron.

Akron 14 mins ago 7:12 p.m.Kenmore Better Block: Strengthening a neighborhood's identity

The Akron Better Block project is holding its kickoff event to encourage residents to collect ideas on how to strengthen a neighborhood's identity. "What we want to do with Better Block, here in Kenmore, is leverage the assets we already have in the community," said Tina Boyes with Akron Better Block.

Mitzvah Day volunteers dig into projects

More than a dozen community service projects took place throughout the Akron area May 20-21 as part of the 14th annual Mitzvah Day. The event, organized by Temple Israel in Bath, brought together members of 16 area churches, temples, mosques and other organizations for the effort and included projects in support of OPEN M, Project Linus, the International Institute and Safe Landing for Boys, among others.

NEWS Akron SPE names Moore to Hall of Honor; awards scholarships

The Akron Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers handed out awards and scholarships at its May 15 meeting, and named Sylvia Moore, an activist in the SPE Vinyl Division, as the newest member of the Hall of Honor. Akron Section President Robert Weiler said Moore deserves the recognition for her service to the industry.

Bond set at $7M for suspect in Ohio house fire that killed 7

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Entrance to Copley park to be redone

Copley Township has plans to clear away about 200 feet of vegetation at the front of Copley Community Park to provide a better view of the park from the entrance. Copley Township's Board of Trustees gave the OK at the May 17 meeting to bulldoze around the entrance of Copley Community Park.

Patrick Boggs speaks out after authorities clear him in connection toa Read Story Amani Abraham

The man who was questioned in connection to a deadly Akron fire that killed seven people, and later cleared by police, spoke to WKYC Channel 3 News on Wednesday afternoon. While the investigation into the Fultz Street fire continues, police have cleared Angela Boggs' estranged husband, Patrick Boggs, in the case after identifying Stanley Ford, 58, of Hilllcrest Street as the suspect.

Listen to Joseph Arthur's long lost song "Pictures of a Life," get...

Akron, Ohio native Joseph Arthur is one of our favorite artists around here at XPN, going back 15 years to his breakout record Redemption's Son , and even before that. Next month, the veteran singer-songwriter will release a new anniversary edition of Redemption's Son , complete with nine songs that have never been heard before.

Founders' Day weekend to draw thousands to Akron, birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous

In June, Akron will mark the 82nd anniversary of the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous , welcoming nearly 10,000 visitors to the birthplace of the organization. Events across the city are scheduled for the 2017 Founders' Day weekend, June 9-11.

Thirsty Dog Brewing, Dante Boccuzzi, Backyard Bocce to open in Flats East Bank

The closing of the Crop entertainment complex last summer left a massive void in the Flats East Banks. Well, the void is no more.

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

TODAY'S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . . A mechanic in Russia, who took a nearly quarter million dollar sports car for a test drive and totaled it.

Investigators charge neighbor with murder and arson in Akron fire that killed family of seven

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