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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
UA faculty groups criticize academic review that will lead to 80 degree programs being phased out

Two University of Akron faculty organizations on Thursday criticized the process that will lead to 80 degree programs being cut, saying faculty should have had more input. The faculty union and the Faculty Senate - the legislative body on the campus - issued a joint response to the university board's decision this week to phase out nearly 20 percent of the university's programs over a three- to five-year period.

Oscar De La Hoya has no concern for Canelo's reputation

It was Wednesday, and De La Hoya and Alvarez were hosting a conference call promoting Alvarez's Sept. 15 rematch against middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas .

Knight Foundation, Downtown Akron Partnership bring back Pokemon GO in the 330 Aug. 25

Downtown Akron Partnership and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation are bringing Pokemon GO in the 330 back to Akron this month, to help people connect with their city. Participants can check in beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25 at Cascade Plaza on Main Street.

State of the Arts: QuTheatr Steps Into the Spotlight in Akron

A group of teens in Akron is building a theater troupe from the ground up. The goal of the company is to provide a safe space for young people in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community.

Family activities focus of Summit for Kids Expo

Last year's recipient of the Russ Pry Youth Award was Aiden Dine. Shown from left are Summit County Juvenile Court Judge Linda Teodosio, Aiden, Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro and Summit County Children Services Executive Director Julie Barnes.

Lippman group visits Cheyenne Reservation, Yellowstone Park

Four educators and 10 seventh- and eighth-graders from The Lippman School in West Akron recently traveled to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation and Yellowstone National Park in Montana for a weeklong adventure through an eight-year educational partnership with the Northern Cheyenne tribe. During the week, the group built a tipi, used by the Northern Cheyenne for camping, ceremony and important family moments, and slept there for two nights.

West Side News & Notes

City of Akron officials announced 275 additional sets of fire gear valued at $418,000 are being purchased for Akron's front-line firefighting personnel. The purchase, approved by Akron City Council last month, will be funded through Issue 4 - the new 0.25 percent income tax increase approved by voters last November and dedicated to police, fire and roadway improvements in Akron, according to officials.

Highland Square Film Festival seeks to connect Akronites, share Akron-inspired stories

The Highland Square Neighborhood Association will host the first Highland Square Film Festival from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sept. 29 at the Highland Theatre, 826 West Market St. The Highland Square Neighborhood Association was awarded a Knight Arts Challenge grant by the Knight Foundation to put on the fest, which aims to bring together Akronites who are interested in films and the process of filmmaking, according to the festival's coordinator, Marissa McClellan.

Akron police search for man wanted in two separate murders

Akron police are searching for a man wanted in the separate killings of two men nearly an hour a part from each other. Donyea Tyus, 29, is charged with murder in the shooting death of Bonn Rassavong and Robert McCall, Akron police said in a statement.

Richfield honors retiring officer

At the Aug. 7 Richfield Village Council meeting, Mayor Bobbie Beshara swore in Officer Joel Meister. Shown from left are Police Chief Keith Morgan, Beshara, Joel Meister and Meister's mother, Marta Martonhegyi.

Some Akron City Council members propose nonpartisan election

This comes after Chief of Staff James Hardy announced at the July 30 Council meeting - the last before the August recess - the city would petition to get a question proposing a city charter amendment that moves Akron's Primary Election date from September to May on the November ballot. Council members discussed the legislation, which was offered by Mayor Dan Horrigan, for several weeks, but it never made it out of the Rules Committee.

West Akron man concerned about construction of new parking lot on Smith Road

Anyone who has traveled past the Summit Mall along Ghent or Smith roads the last few weeks must have noticed the new construction project that has been undertaken by Signet [Jewelers Limited]. Large machinery has been brought in to clear the way for a new parking lot that is to empty onto Smith Road.

West Akron native shares skills with Cairo students

For Kim Fox, a former resident of West Akron, coming home was an opportunity to enjoy some favorite local foods and to see things in the area many people take for granted. Fox, a professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at American University in Cairo, was one of six visiting professors chosen as part of the eighth class of the Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media program.

Shuffle: Red Rose Panic Brings Dynamic Hip-Hop to PorchRokr's Main Stage

Akron's Red Rose Panic headlines the Highland Square PorchRokr Music and Art Festival after first playing in it in 2013. Self-described as "dynamic hip-hop," the group's sound is an eclectic blend of rap, funk, pop and jazz highlighted by improvised live performances where no two shows are quite alike.

Akron firefighter wins 2018 CrossFit Games

Cliff Musgrave,50, an Akron firefighter, demonstrates pull-ups after talking about the competition and fitness at Crossfit Utility on Arlington Road in Akron, Ohio on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018. Musgrave won the Crossfit Championship in his age group, Cliff Musgrave,50, an Akron firefighter, demonstrates ring pulls after talking about the competition and fitness at Crossfit Utility on Arlington Road in Akron, Ohio on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018.

University of Akron shedding 80 degree programs

The University of Akron is shedding 80 degree programs, many of which have had few or no degrees awarded in recent years. A total of 31 faculty members will be hired for these areas, including polymer science and polymer engineering - an internationally recognized program that has seen a decrease in faculty members in recent years - and the new cybersecurity program.

Machine spits out short stories with the press of a button

Reading for pleasure is at an all-time low in the United States. A recent government report revealed Americans read for fun about 17 minutes each day.

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