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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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Firefighters suspended for making porn at Akron Ohio firehouse
Arthur Dean and Deann Eller were both placed on administrative leave on Monday while the city of Akron, Ohio, launched an investigation. Fire Chief Clarence Tucker said someone told a firefighter last week about the acts possibly being performed on city property.Cora Ann
Cora Ann Gray, Taylor Co., KY December 2, 1923 ~ June 16, 2018 She had made a profession of faith in Christ at an early age; she first joined the Walnut Street Baptist Church and later became a member of Lowell Avenue Baptist Church. As a young lady, she worked at the Westinghouse plant in Akron, Ohio, which switched to riveting aircraft parts during World War II.Court documents offer new details in case of teens found in box truck
Authorities say an off-duty corrections officer pulled an unconscious driver from a burning car following a crash. South Brunswick police say the accident occurred around 9:15 p.m. Sunday in the area of Routes 32 and 535, when a car driven by 59-year-old Catherine Bohar, of Monroe, struck the rear of a tractor trailer.The firefighters have been placed on paid administrative leave.
A pair of Akron firefighters have been placed on paid administrative leave amid allegations they made a pornographic video at work, according to city spokesperson Ellen Lander Nischt. Lt. Art Dean, assigned to Station 9, and provisional Lt.What's up with Wyoming?
After mapping the concentration of injection molding plants, it's clear that one state in the continental U.S. stands out. As many of you know, Plastics News is based in Detroit, but it used to be in Akron, Ohio.Akron is Deciding Whether to Pursue $1 Million To Tackle a Backlog of Sexual Assault Cases
Akron Police Detective Bertina King and Lt. Rick Edwards say the new task force would, if approved, include three investigators to pursue the backlog of sexual assault cases.Remembering those lost on Father's Day at the Vietnam Wall
The colors of the flowers placed for the annual Father's Day Rose Remembrance had special meaning: The 1,400 red roses were for those killed in action, the 1,200 yellow ones for those missing in action, and the 400 white-with-red-tips ones for "In Memory" honorees - Vietnam veterans who died after the war from war-related causes. The Father's Day event at the memorial, a grassroots effort started in part by Gary Alton, has been taking place since 1995.Mansfield man killed in Summit County crash
A Mansfield man was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Summit County on Saturday afternoon, the Akron post of the Ohio Highway Patrol reported. Mansfield man killed in Summit County crash A Mansfield man was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Summit County on Saturday afternoon, the Akron post of the Ohio Highway Patrol reported.Erie Soap Box Derby rolls on
The annual All-American Soap Box Derby in Erie has been taking over State street since the '30s. The derby did stop for some years in the sixties, but according to Jerry Dobmeier, who has been directing the derby since it's return, it was brought back to life in the early '70s.Winning the Stratobowl in 1935
The first Americans reached the stratosphere on November 20, 1933, ascending from Akron, Ohio, to a record 61,237 feet, but the crew drifted to Bridgeton, New Jersey, before splashing into a swamp. Not surprisingly, when the National Geographic Society and the U.S. Army Air Corps jointly sponsored the next attempt, wind drift was a concern.Venomous fish sends jolt of electricity through fisherman's arm in Carolina Beach
The Gersternslagers have been vacationing at Carolina Beach for more than 30 years. They love it, and year after year, they know exactly what they're getting.Akron Struggles with a Tent City and the Bigger Question of Homelessness
Akron City Council is not likely to decide until this fall what to do about a tent city of homeless people on the city's east side. WKSU's M.L. Schultze reports on a struggle by city planners and others to find an answer: Advocates for Second Chance Village cheered and elebrated the announcement that the Akron Planning Commission would delay a vote on the tent city's future until next month.Woman who killed 2 teens while texting sentenced to prison in Akron
A woman who drifted off a road while texting and struck and killed two teenage girls has been sentenced to six years in prison. Boggs pleaded guilty in March to two counts of involuntary manslaughter, and one count each of vehicular assault and attempted tampering with evidence for the deaths of 14-year-old Taylor Galloway, of Akron, and 14-year-old Amber Thoma, of Coventry Township, in May 2017.CSB levy headed to ballot
Summit County Council took one more step needed June 11 toward placing a levy for the Summit County Children Services Board on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot. The levy is a renewal of the existing 2.25 mills with a 1-mill increase, for a total of 3.25 mills.West Side News & Notes
Last year, Mayor Dan Horrigan created the City of Akron Citizens Institute - a free 10-week program designed to provide Akron residents with an inside view of city operations and an opportunity to interact directly with city staff to ask questions and exchange ideas. The city has now opened applications for the this year's class, city officials said.West Side Neighborhood Watch
WEST AKRON: Police investigated the following burglary reports: June 7 in the 200 block of Gale Street and the 900 block of Hayden Avenue; June 8 in the 1100 block of Copley Road, the 700 block of West Market Street, the 100 block of Beck Avenue, the 400 block of Noah Avenue and the 1000 block of Monmouth Drive; June 10 in the 1-100 block of Westgate Drive, the 300 block of Noah Avenue and the 100 block of Avondale Drive; and June 11 in the 600 block of Easter Avenue.Regional news briefs, June 15: Fairlawn lawyer Thomas G. Knoll is 2018 Polsky Award recipient
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