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Four-piece rock outfit Ottawa has kept busy the last five years making memorable tunes with an appeal far beyond its Cleveland home. Over the summer,... [Read More]
LeBron James' I Promise School received a donated piece of original art from Phoenix, Ariz. artist Kris Rhymes. [Read More]
The city plans to host a party Wednesday to celebrate the completion of this phase of the project at Lock 3 Park. The party is... [Read More]
Rico was the name selected for the zoo's male penguin chick. Alina was the winning name for the female musk deer fawn. [Read More]
The Veterans Service Commission of Summit County will partner with local employers to offer career training and employment opportunities to area veterans Oct. 3. [Read More]
Akron's five-piece hip-hop band, Red Rose Panic , will headline this year's Highland Square PorchRokr Music and Art Festival Saturday. Self-described as "dynamic hip-hop," the... [Read More]
The Cory Grinder Band will drop its debut album, "Cahoots and Other Favorites," Aug. 17. The release contains 13 original tracks, which frontman Cory Grinder... [Read More]
GAR Foundation awarded grants to area nonprofits that support education, economic development, arts and culture this quarter. [Read More]
A renewal levy for Summit County Children Services will appear on the ballot during the Nov. 6 general election. [Read More]
The University of Akron is home to the National Museum of Psychology. The museum will reopen June 27. [Read More]
Stark & Knoll attorney Thomas Knoll will receive this year's Akron Community Foundation Bert A. Polsky Humanitarian Award. [Read More]
Three students in the University of Akron's ROTC program will travel to Asia and Africa for the U.S. Army's summer culture and language program. [Read More]
The public is invited to view Akron Zoo's new Siberian musk deer and red-breasted geese, both listed as "vulnerable" species by the IUCN Red List... [Read More]
Goodyear was recognized by Honda for its environmental and social responsibility efforts. [Read More]
Akron Fire Department will purchase 10 new thermal imaging units to increase visibility during fires and help rescue victims faster. [Read More]
Students from The University of Akron will compete in the NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students (S.U.I.T.S.) Design Challenge May 21-26. [Read More]
Akron will construct a new Fire Station 4 on East Thornton Street. The building will combine countywide operations and City Fire Administration. [Read More]
Readers will have the opportunity to print short stories at new kiosks set up at Akron-Summit County Public Library. [Read More]
Cleveland Clinic Akron General announced Laura Biddle Clarke will head its philanthropic efforts. [Read More]
Soap Box Derby and International Resource Development entered a partnership to introduce new programming to students in China. [Read More]
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