May 8, 2013 by James
As the weather gets warmer and drier, it is possible for workers to begin various road construction projects. According to an item dated April 25, a number of such projects have already been started in and [Read more]
April 1, 2013 by Mark
Fairy tales usually have happy endings, but those endings often depend on the help of outsiders who assist the heroes. A charming prince kisses Snow White, the Huntsman rescues Red Riding Hood, and the Fairy Godmother gets Cinderella [Read more]
March 6, 2013 by James
Emmy and Tony winner John Lithgow will return to Akron, Ohio, where he spent his teenage years, to give a talk about storytelling.
It was confirmed last week that [Read more]
February 5, 2013 by James
It was announced late last month that the University of Akron has made plans to sell the Rubber Bowl Stadium, which has sat empty for the last five years.
Team 1 Marketing, a marketing company out [Read more]
January 10, 2013 by James
The 17th Annual First Night in Akron on December 31 was another success this year as crowds turned out to ring in the New Year with two fireworks celebrations and a variety of other fun activities and events.
A number of guests enjoyed a [Read more]
December 22, 2012 by Sarah
City planners in Akron are considering a proposal that would add a zip line to the Cascade Locks Park. The lease plan submitted to the Akron Planning Commission recently would allow the Cascade Locks Park Association to [Read more]
December 13, 2012 by Sarah
A radiothon fundraising event held by KFI-AM late last month raised approximately $135,000 and five tons of sauce and pasta for children and needy families in the Anaheim and surrounding area.
The annual fundraiser brought in [Read more]
November 16, 2012 by Mark
October 2, 2012 by Mark
Crafters, vendors, entertainers, and more will all turn out this weekend for the annual Ohio Mart, scheduled to take place at the Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.
This will be [Read more]
September 1, 2012 by James