Akron firefighters to acquire new imaging units

May 4, 2018 by  

The Akron Fire Department recently announced that it will soon be buying 10 pieces of new equipment—namely, thermal imaging units.

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Akron announces plans for new fire stations

April 6, 2018 by  

Akron officials recently announced they plan to break ground soon on a new fire station, the first to be built in the city in 22 years.

The new facility will [Read more]

Akron kicks off Harvest for Hunger

March 1, 2018 by  

Nearly 500 people recently attended the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbanks kickoff breakfast that started the 27th Harvest for Hunger Campaign.

This is the [Read more]

Akron jeweler gives headquarters a facelift

February 2, 2018 by  

Signet Jewelers Limited renovated its headquarters in West Akron, and recently held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the expansion and improvements to [Read more]

Akron names new police chief

January 1, 2018 by  

Kenneth Ball, who acted as deputy police chief for over two years, and then served as interim chief, was formally named as Akron’s new police chief recently.

He is the [Read more]

Coach House Theatre kicks off 90th season

December 1, 2017 by  

The Coach House Theatre in Akron turns 90 this year, and will begin its season with a world premiere, ‘Christmas in Akron: The Musical’, by Rob Loos, a native of Akron. The musical opens with a gala and runs for four weekends.

Loos drew on [Read more]

Pavilion at Stan Hywet Hall reopens

November 2, 2017 by  

A facility at Stan Hywet Hall, once home to F.A. Seiberling, the co-founder of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, has opened its doors once more.

In 2002, the [Read more]

From councilors to counselors in Akron

October 4, 2017 by  

After several contentious meetings, Akron City Council members have agreed to start working with a professional in conflict management, Cleveland.com has reported.

Marilyn Keith, the [Read more]

Printing Services in Akron, Ohio

September 14, 2017 by  

In order for a business to grow, it needs to have a clear message for its brand, market itself well, and satisfy customers with its products every time. But what about “products” that aren’t being sold to customers ― marketing materials?

These materials, such as business cards, flyers, logos, signs, and even vehicle wraps, send customers a clear signal about how professional you are. So, why not go for the best printing service, whether you’re looking for full-color digital prints, sharply embossed business cards, or glossy, attractive mailers?

Akron may not be Columbus or Cincinnati, but it’s still one of the best-positioned cities in the U.S., as a gateway between the big cities out East and the ones in the Midwest. You can access over 40% of the entire U.S. population within an 8-hour drive from Akron! No wonder the “Rubber City” is always bouncing back.

Now, in order to bounce to new heights above your competitors, you’ll need to create materials and designs representing your brand so that, when you’re driving in the company vehicle emblazoned with your logo, or you’re having mailers sent all around town, you can be confident that people will pay attention. That’s how customers are born.

Some ways to make sure this happens? For food manufacturers, brand your containers and boxes with a fantastic logo. For shopkeepers, create personalized, detailed catalogs and mailers. By doing so, you associate your brand with high quality, and your potential customers will know that your products meet a similar gold standard.

Lock 2 brightened up and ready for visitors

September 2, 2017 by  

People have been working to improve Lock 2, which is one of 19 locks in the Akron area, and its new look is now set to be celebrated.

Built during the [Read more]

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