More than 100 residents filled a crowded town hall meeting Tuesday night at the East Akron Community House on South Arlington Street to ask questions, give suggestions and eventually donate money.
The Cleveland Indians organization is no stranger to converting infield prospects to catcher.
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White Hat to close Akron elementary school
Methane research no substitute for renewables, eco-group says
Tonight's Indians/Tigers game postponed
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Kaboom plans to run for Akron mayor
OBDA sponsors all-Ohio tasting at Tilted Kilt
TV Land orders new Sutton Foster series
Black Keys release second single/title track from upcoming album "Turn Blue"
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Lots of new Buckeyes on display in scrimmage
MAC website set for major overhaul
Indians sign Jason Kipnis to six-year contract extension
KENT: The presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America returned to her roots Tuesday to strengthen and rejuvenate pastors in the Northeastern Ohio Synod.
In perhaps final act with Cavs, Luol Deng wins NBA’s prestigious service award
Indians laugh over elaborate prank on ex-teammate Jeff Francoeur
2014 NFL Draft: Johnny Manziel to conduct private workout for Browns this weekend
‘Heaven Is for Real’ is sincere and mostly touching
Jewell Cardwell: Silent Angel still finding ways to bless those in need
Bob Dyer: Dialing up a death discount
R&B Hall of Fame announces class of 2014
NEW YORK: “Captain America” continued to flex its Marvel muscle at the global box office, as “The Winter Soldier” took in $41.4 million domestically and $60.6 million overseas.