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In this file photo, Mayor Don Robart (right) gets a hug from Kim Pozza while waiting for results in the Cuyahoga Falls mayoral race at the Robart's campaign party at the Sheraton Suites on Election Night. Cuyahoga Falls City Council honored Robart Monday after 28 years of as mayor of the city. Robart will end his tenure as mayor on Dec. 31. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Mayor Don Robart looks at papers during a ceremony at the Natatorium Monday night celebrating his 28 years in office. Council president Don Walters will replace him as mayor starting Jan. 1 after being elected in November. (Gina Mace/Ohio.com)
After losing her nursing license, an Akron woman felt like she had hit rock bottom. So when her friend offered a drug she claimed was even better than the Vicodin she was taking, the former nurse figured she had nothing left to lose.