Erica Gaitor, a sixth-grader at Innes Community Learning Center, took one look at the wriggling worms packed in moist dirt.
For years, the main questions about a potential Akron arena were: Should it go on the University of Akron campus or downtown, and how would it be funded?
CUYAHOGA FALLS: Nose tackle Phil Taylor doesn’t know whether the Browns will exercise the fifth-year option on his rookie contract, but he hopes they do.
NFL teams have until May 3 to give 2011 first-round draft picks written notice that they’re picking up the options for the 2015 season.
Tea party to ask for poll observers in May primary
Runoff from W. Va. drilling landfills has high levels of radiation
A word of gratitude
Zauber Brewing to welcome spring with Maifest
Bernie Kosar believes Browns, WKYC ousted him as preseason analyst because of his slurred speech
Indians vs Royals — pregame lineups and notes
ICYMI: The Joan Rivers "Today" clip
Buckeyes, Bearcats kick off at 6 p.m. on Sept. 27
Podcast: Recapping Akron's spring football game with Zips beat writer George Thomas
Cavs' acting GM David Griffin stresses fit, toughness, basketball IQ issues
Devo's Gerald Casale starting new wine company, The 50 by 50..no spuds involved
White Hat to close Akron elementary school
An advocate for area Asian-Americans is being recognized at the White House today for her efforts to help residents who speak limited or no English get health coverage.
Browns notebook: Phil Taylor doesn’t know whether team will exercise fifth-year option, but he ‘would love to be here’
Bob Dyer: Blimp names too heavy for helium
Mailbag: Rusty’s Rinty
Malcolm X Abram: Virtual Idol benefits Harvest for Hunger
Marla Ridenour: Underlying vibe doesn’t bode well for Cavaliers coach Mike Brown
Jewell Cardwell: All Barberton schoolchildren have shoes, thanks to long-running shoe fund
1. Chuck Loeb, Everette Harp and Jeff Lorber, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Tangier, 532 W. Market St., Akron. $25-$75. 330-376-7171 or www.thetangier.com.