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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

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Akron News
Christmas with a Cop brings smiles to Fairlawn

Michael knew exactly where he was heading as he entered Walmart - right to the toy section and right for the aisle with the Beyblades. While there, the 10-year-old Akron boy also grabbed Ben 10 and Spider-Man toys before heading off to electronics to check out the video games.

Millennium Fund for Children awards $43,750 to area youth programs

The Akron Community Foundation's Millennium Fund for Children has selected 31 recipients of grants totaling $43,750 this year for children's programs throughout Greater Akron. The fund, a partnership of the Akron Beacon Journal/ and Akron Community Foundation, began in 1999 when local residents donated their last hour's pay of the millennium to support children's causes in the next century and beyond.

Toxicology tests reveal three women who overdosed in Firestone Park...

The three may have smoked marijuana, family and friends said, but they could not imagine them intentionally dabbling in heroin or any of its lab-made cousins during the opioid scourge that's left scores of Summit County residents dead. Yet the Summit County Medical Examiner's office confirmed Friday that all three died after overdosing on carfentanil - the elephant tranquilizer that surfaced in Akron over the July 4 weekend in 2016, causing at least 236 overdoses in Akron over a three-week period.

Akron police investigating fatal shooting

A 45-year-old man was killed Friday night in a shooting in the 800 block of Brown Street in Akron's South Akron neighborhood, authorities said. City police responded to a report of a shooting after 9 p.m. and found the man in a parking lot with a fatal gunshot wound.

Authorities identify two more victims from fiery car crash in Akron

The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the remaining two victims from a fiery one-car crash that occurred last week in Akron. Raymond Vancamp, 28, of Akron and Christopher Simmons, 46, of Akron, who were both passengers in the back seat, were identified through the help of DNA and radiology, authorities said Saturday.

Piece of East Avenue bridge in Akron falls onto car passing below

He was passing underneath the East Avenue bridge on Interstate 76-77 Friday afternoon in Akron when a heavy piece of tubing from the span fell onto the passenger's side of his windshield and roof, spraying shattered glass into the vehicle and onto his lap. The tube caved in part of the roof as it rolled across his 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe.

How to assemble those old prints into a picture-perfect collection

If you're over age 30, you likely have boxes filled with old printed photos and photo albums. You probably haven't looked at them in years, yet you can't throw them away.

Crash-related fatalities increasing in Great Akron, but serious-injury accidents are down,...

Crash-related fatalities are on the rise while serious injuries due to vehicular accidents are dropping in Greater Akron area, according to a new report by Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study. ( AKRON, Ohio -- Crash-related fatalities in Greater Akron have increased while serious-injury accidents have decreased, according to Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study's latest findings, " 2015-2017 Crash Report ."

Downtown Akron Growth Fueled By Tax Credits And Abatements

Akron developer Tony Troppe watches the trucks and bulldozers from his office window in the Everett building at the corner of Main and Market streets. "The good news is there's going to be a concentration of a new neighborhood downtown which opens up the door for all types of new development," he said.

Goodyear promotes Bellissimo, Duda to new positions

Goodyear is promoting Jon Bellissimo to senior vice president, global operations and technology, and Laura Duda to senior vice president, global communications, and chief communications officer. Mr. Bellissimo, currently vice president, Americas product development and head of Goodyear Chemical, will provide executive leadership for Goodyear's global engineering, quality, procurement, manufacturing and environmental, health, safety and sustainability, sales and operations planning and project management duties.

Akron's Toys for Tots gets huge donation after theft

One day later, that loss turned into so much more as Akron Police and the community rallied to give back to First Faith Development Corporation on Easter Ave. Akron police officers unloaded a trailer packed with toys - at the same place they were called this week after thieves got away with thousands of dollars worth of toys. "You know, you go out and take the report of the unfortunate circumstances and almost within a 24 hour period we're able to make a phone call and say 'hey, we've got your back.

Akron woman sentenced to 8 years in prison in double shooting Updated Dec 13 at

The children of an Akron man who was shot and killed weren't happy Thursday when the woman who shot their father was sentenced to eight years in prison. This was the dramatic ending to the sentencing of Hedy Moss, an Akron woman who was tried for murder last month, with the jury returning a split verdict.

Elms students' designs chosen for Christmas card

For 2018, the Dominican Sisters of Peace asked students at its elementary and high schools in Memphis, Tennessee, Akron and New Orleans to create art for the annual congregational Christmas card, using the theme "A Prayer of Peace for Christmas." According to organization officials, more than 600 pieces of art were submitted for consideration.

New window mural brightens Fairlawn-Bath Library

The Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library recently accepted the donation of a stained glass mural donated by West Akron resident David Shapiro, who has been a member of the library's book club for over 12 years. The window hanging, shown below, was created by Leaded Glass Design, of Cuyahoga Falls and Wadsworth, and depicts the four seasons.

Hower House featuring children's theme for holiday

This vehicle, along with the stuffed animals, pictured above, aligns with this year's holiday theme, "Through the Eyes of a Child," at Hower House. Shown is a tree and decorations set up by University of Akron students located on the second floor of Hower House.

Akron explores FairlawnGig services

Akron City Council approved legislation Dec. 10 allowing the city to enter into an agreement with Fairlawn to supply broadband internet services to Akron's innovation hub, Bounce. According to the legislation, Akron has an existing fiber and conduit system running through various parts of the city.

Chanukah marked with mall celebration

The Akron-area Jewish community gathered Dec. 6 at Summit Mall to celebrate Chanukah, or Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, which began at sundown Dec. 2 and concluded Dec. 10. The event at the mall included the lighting of three menorahs. Menorah lighting honorees this year were David Koch, outgoing CEO of the Jewish Community Board of Akron, pictured at right bottom, and incoming CEO Todd Polikoff, shown behind him.

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