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Neighbor Charles Ramsey speaks to media near the home on the 2200 block of Seymour Avenue, where three missing women were rescued in Cleveland, in May 2013. Cheering crowds gathered on the street where police said Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight, who went missing about a decade ago and were found earlier in the day. (AP Photo/The Plain Dealer, Scott Shaw)
City of Akron official Stephanie York (top row, second from right) sat next to Charles Ramsey (bottom row, second from left) in homeroom at Brush High School. York says Ramsey, who has turned into an international celebrity after three missing women were rescued in Cleveland, was just as funny and irreverent back then. (Yearbook photos courtesy Stephanie York)
CONGRESS TWP.: Cinnamon Lake, a cluster of 500 newer homes about 40 miles west of Akron, promotes itself as being in the heart of Amish country yet within easy reach of 70 mph freeways leading to modernity.