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  1. Ohio scrap metal thieves face new hurdles when trying to sell stolen goodsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ohio.com

    Mark Campanale, an employee at City Scrap and Salvage, demonstrates how he scans a driver's license in order to determine if a scrapper is on a state do-not-buy-list Thursday in Akron. A new Ohio law requires every customer that comes to a scrap yard must have their driver's license scanned and checked against an Ohio do-not-buy-list.

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  2. Jury ends first day of deliberations without returning verdicts for...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ohio.com

    Daniel T. Tighe is escorted into the courtroom of Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge Lynne S. Callahan by Summit County Sheriff's deputies for the closing arguments in his case Thursday in Akron. Tighe is accused of aggravated murder in connection with the July 2013 murders of his Wendy Ralston, 31, and their five-year-old son Peyton.

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  3. Akron places surcharge on Hudson customers who get water from StowRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Ohio.com

    James Uyek of Hudson talks about the confusion and anger that he and his wife, Patricia, are feeling after they and other Hudson residents who receive their water from the City of Stow, which is bought from the City of Akron, received a surcharge bill from Akron, during an interview at their home on Thursday in Hudson. A photo of the water bill of James and Patricia Uyek of Hudson that contains a surcharge that they and other Hudson residents who receive their water from the City of Stow, which is bought from the City of Akron, got from Akron, taken at their home on Thursday in Hudson.

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  4. Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic speaks at luncheon fundraiser for minority scholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Ohio.com

    Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic talks during the Mayor's Luncheon benefitting the United Negro College Fund at Greystone Hall Thursday in Akron. Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic talks during the Mayor's Luncheon benefitting the United Negro College Fund at Greystone Hall Thursday in Akron.

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  5. SKINS' library performance to wed message about eating disorders with talk by psychiatristRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ohio.com

    Kelli Sanford the founder and artistic director of the Real Edge Dance Company performs "Skins" during a rehearsal of the company at Guzzetta Hall in Akron. The dance interprets the struggles with eating disorders and body image and issue which Sanford had battled personally.

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  6. Akron Children's Hospital is hiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ohio.com

    An Akron Children's Hospital employee walks through the hallway in the new glass bridge that connects the hospital's new garage to their new, seven-story addition on Wednesday in Akron. An Akron Children's Hospital employee walk throughs the hallway in the new glass bridge that connects the hospital's new garage to their new, seven-story addition on Wednesday in Akron.

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  7. Fresh AirRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ohio.com

    Every spring, salamanders and other amphibians travel about a half-mile through Sand Run Metro Park to lay eggs in seasonal vernal pools. Beginning Sunday and continuing through early April, visitors can join a naturalist to witness the creatures unique journey to their breeding grounds.

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  8. Video: Akron police seeking ID of women in connection with Officer Winebrenner slayingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ohio.com

    Copyright i 1 2i 1 2i 1 2 2015 Beacon Journal Publishing Co. Inc and Black Press.

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  9. Ex-Browns linebacker Tom Cousineau to help Akron schools deal with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ohio.com

    Akron Public School's superintendent David James gestures while giving his 2015 State of the Schools address at Quaker Station at the Akron Press Club s luncheon on Tuesday. Akron Public School's superintendent David James acknowledges members of the audience during his 2015 State of the Schools address at Quaker Station at the Akron Press Club s luncheon on Tuesday.

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  10. Akron teen shocked by hit-and-run driver; citation delivered to hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ohio.com

    Najm Porter, 16, talks of being hit by a motorist as he sits in his hospital bed at Akron Children's Hospital Tuesday. Najm suffered a compound fracture to his right leg when he was struck by a motorist as he was walking with friends on Copley Road on Monday afternoon. 1 comment

  11. Food Notes: Akron and other Ohio cartoonists dish out recipes;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ohio.com

    Ohio cartoonist Polly Keener shares a recipe of curried fruit from 'Toon Appetit, published by members of the Great Lakes Chapter of the National Cartoonist Society. Ohio cartoonist Polly Keener shares a recipe of curried fruit from 'Toon Appetit, published by members of the Great Lakes Chapter of the National Cartoonist Society.

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  12. Zips basketball snapshot: Akron Zips at Buffalo BullsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Ohio.com

    TV: ESPN3 also available via the WatchESPN app on supported devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, assorted smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. Radio: Akron-IMG Sports Network - SportsRadio 1350 AM in Akron and for free at GoZips.com/TuneIn.

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  13. Akron area's young people expected to flood into key community rolesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Ohio.com

    Akron Canton Regional Foodbank President & CEO Dan Flowers directs a senior staff meeting using paints and canvas during a goal setting exercise in early January. At left is Karen Sheppard.

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  14. Akron Snow Angels hand out clothes to needyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Ohio.com

    Tara Murphy of Kent gives a coat to Joe Mullen of Cuyahoga Falls during one of her stops as an Akron Snow Angel volunteer Sunday in Akron. Akron Snow Angel volunteers tie hats and scarves to the West Market Street bridge over Route 59 Sunday in Akron.

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  15. Boomers stick around, millennials are anxious to engageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Ohio.com

    State Representative Emilia Sykes addresses the concerns of business owner and constituent Renea A. Woods-Baylor who is the owner and CEO of Overstreet Financial Group Friday in Akron. State Representative Emilia Sykes listens to the concerns of business owner and constituent Renea A. Woods-Baylor who is the owner and CEO of Overstreet Financial Group Friday in Akron.

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  16. Akron to hold first Big Dig eventRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Ohio.com

    Volunteers will work together to make the route safer easier for students and residents who live near Findley Community Learning Center by clearing the ice and snow from sidewalks. The Big Dig will be from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., with volunteers meeting at the school, 65 W. Tallmadge Ave. The Big Dig will be held weather permitting, meaning that, if school is canceled Friday, the event will be as well.

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  17. Photos: Coping with the cold: People at warming center in Akron: photographer Ed Suba Jr.Read the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Ohio.com

    A member of the Akron homeless community heads over to spend the night in the men's day room of the client service center at the Haven of Rest Ministries after a church service and a meal, on Thursday in Akron. Executive Director Rev.

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  18. Women, minorities ready to leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Ohio.com

    Members of a group of women called Women Up to No Good Again meet in the community room at Acme Fresh Market on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, in Bath Township, Ohio. Theresa Carter speaks at a meeting of a group of women called Women Up to No Good Again meeting in the community room at Acme Fresh Market on Tuesday in Bath Township.

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  19. Young lawyer says minorities need to branch out, put themselves - out there'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Ohio.com

    Nolan James, a young professional, an attorney, a new father and a community activist in Kenmore, talks his ideas and plans while standing along Kenmore Blvd on Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015 in Akron, Ohio. In this October 2014 photo, Kyle Kutuchief, Torchbearers and Nolan James, Risk Managament Ernst & Young talk outside of a coffee shop in the West Village area of Detroit.

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  20. Kim Hone-McMahan: Thank you for the cards for Charlee, daughter of slain officer Justin WinebrennerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Ohio.com

    Robert Winebrenner and his granddaughter, Charlee Ayn, salute as the casket of his son and her father, Akron Police Officer Justin Winebrenner, is brought out after a memorial service for Winebrenner at the James A. Rhodes Arena on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, in Akron, Ohio.

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