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BEREA: The Browns spent time with Derek Carr before the NFL Draft in May and liked him, just not as much as they liked Johnny Manziel.
MACEDONIA: It’s been more than a year since Macedonia Mayor Don Kuchta notified Norfolk Southern Railroad that their 108-year-old bridge was dropping rocks onto Ledge Road.
I stood on the sideline during “The Drive” and thought I was going to the Super Bowl.
Cavs release Shane Edwards, reduce roster to NBA limit of 15
Browns' Nick McDonald could start at center Sunday after being activated
Old Firehouse to distribute in Cincy, Dayton markets
Video highlights: Mogadore 63, Waterloo 0
Follow Malcolm X Abram's experience at Akron's new jazz club, Blu Jazz+, starting at 7 p.m.
Chesapeake Energy unit cancels planned $862 million IPO
Easy bathroom mirror update
Honey Boo Boo done
Cedar Point releases photos taken of Maverick roller coaster during the solar eclipse
Akron Zips football: Five keys to beating the Ball State Cardinals
Deadline approaching to vote for Akron's best soundwall icons
Ohio State at Penn State preview and keys to the game
Live video: Sharon Budd, hurt by rock thrown on car, returns to Lake Township home
Doctor on birth of out-of-the-box Botox procedure: 'Don't hang up, I'm not crazy'
Akron Children’s Hospital has received a record $10 million gift from Kay Jewelers for a new seven-story addition under construction on its main downtown campus.
Browns know Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr well, hope he doesn’t make them pay for passing on him in draft
Dyer, Livingston lead award-winners
Kay Jewelers donate $10 million to Akron Children’s for new building
Jason Lloyd: Talented Cavaliers can score, but can they defend and blend well enough to win a title?
Marla Ridenour: Sports columnist longs for the highs after experiencing the lows of covering Cleveland teams
Kim Hone-McMahan: Zombies Thrill in Wadsworth
Mailbag: Readers ask about ‘Outlander,’ ‘The Drop,’ ‘One Chance’
Easy Street Band eases on into annual reunion show at Tangier
Mary Beth Breckenridge: Wink smart home system shows promise
FirstEnergy Corp. partners with Stark State for program to train utility line, substation workers
Local history: President Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1964 Akron speech came back to haunt nation
For folks who went bar and club hopping in the mid-1970s into the early ’80s, seeing the Easy Street Band’s name on a marquee or flier meant an instant party.
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