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HUDSON: If you need a reason why Hudson is about to be the No. 1-ranked Division I football team in Ohio — other than the fact that it knocked off previously top-ranked Mentor 41-27 on Thursday night — look no further than this:
Kenmore students aren’t looking for redemption, just normalcy.
BEREA: The Browns have grand visions of posting a winning record and reaching the NFL playoffs this season.
Deadline approaching to vote for Akron's best soundwall icons
Capaldi "Doctor Who" on DVD/Blu-ray in December
New book will trace Geauga Lake Park’s rise and eventual demise
Podcast: Browns/Raiders preview - Can Cleveland turn things around against Oakland?
Oct. 28 meeting in Columbiana County on landfill expansion
Ohio State at Penn State preview and keys to the game
One Direction coming to FirstEnergy Stadium in August 2015
Peek inside Michael Symon's kitchen
Willoughby Brewing adds a Crowler machine
Grizzlies 96, Cavs 92: Jason Lloyd's final thoughts at conclusion of preseason
Live video: Sharon Budd, hurt by rock thrown on car, returns to Lake Township home
Video: Week 9 high school football picks and preview
Akron Zips football: Kyle Pohl back at practice, but will he start?
Doctor on birth of out-of-the-box Botox procedure: 'Don't hang up, I'm not crazy'
UMass turns close game against KSU into 40-17 blowout win over the final minutes
SummaCare’s first and only chief executive is leaving the Akron-based insurance company at the end of the year as part of ongoing leadership restructuring at Summa Health System.
Former NBA coach Mark Jackson thinks Cavaliers will win a title
Browns notebook: Kyle Shanahan doesn’t worry about running backs getting into rhythm: ‘When you hand them the ball, they better run hard’
SummaCare’s CEO, Martin Hauser, leaving at year’s end
Kim Hone-McMahan: Zombies Thrill in Wadsworth
The HeldenFiles: Teaching pop culture at Kent State
FirstEnergy Corp. partners with Stark State for program to train utility line, substation workers
Akron musicians break in jazz club
Four Halloween costumes you can conjure up at the 11th hour
Marla Ridenour: New Botox treatment gets Green JV soccer player back on field
Ernest Angley’s for-profit Grace Cathedral Buffet using volunteer labor again after feds said to stop
Local history: President Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1964 Akron speech came back to haunt nation
The Courthouse Players will present the historical drama The Andersonville Trial at the G.A.R. Hall in Peninsula at 7 p.m. Saturday.
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