Hattie Larlham’s vocational program for adults with developmental disabilities will close two of its cafes this month. The decision was a simple matter of economics: declining revenue.
Two new education initiatives for young Ohio children are colliding this year, putting thousands more students at risk of failing the third grade.
INDEPENDENCE: The difference between the Cavaliers’ performance at home versus the road can be summed up in one nifty chart Mike Brown showed his players this week.
BEREA: The Browns are hoping to give Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler a rude welcome back to game action.
Calling it an issue of civil rights, an advocate for the homeless told a crowd gathered at Grace Park near downtown Akron on Thursday that no one would choose their plight.
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