With seven different parks scattered around the township, Jackson residents have plenty of options when it comes to their outdoor recreation. Each of the seven parks is open from dawn until dusk and each park offers a different collection of activities....
Fields of brightly colored eggs teased the many children as they sat in the bleachers awaiting the arrival of the popular Easter Bunny at the annual Springfield Easter Egg Hunt held April 12 at the Schrop football field. The event is organized by the...
The story has been short - and frequently interrupted - for the Coventry Comets so far.
They came with buckets and baskets and bags. With cheers and giggles the children descended on the ball fields and playground each dotted with brightly colored plastic eggs. As quickly as they could, the children scooped up the candy-filled eggs and it...
The Green YMCA hosted a Good Friday prayer breakfast that was open to the public to mark the start of Easter weekend.
There are plenty of loud elements for Jackson girls lacrosse. Junior attacker Jaclyn Litman is not one of them.
A portion of Interstate 77 north and south will be resurfaced this upcoming construction season as shoulder work is already underway.
A successful season will come from one direction for the Jackson Polar Bears in 2014: left.
The Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) recently refurbished a P-51 Mustang and displayed it in honor of WWII veteran Bob Withee who flew a similar plane in the war.
Keep your head down and talk to each other. That advice was shouted over and over as Portage Lakes Career Center (PLCC) future firefighters and police officers ran through training in the Summit County Fire Mobile Training unit.
A 58-acre patch of land that sits adjacent to Long Lake and Portage Lakes Drive has recently been selected for preservation by the Western Reserve Land Conservancy and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Every time Roseann Sdoia comes home, she must climb 18 steps — six stairs into the building, 12 more to her apartment. It is an old building in Boston's North End, with doors that are big and heavy, not an easy place for an amputee to live.
Release Yoga in Akron will host a fundraiser for the Summit County Humane Society on April 27.
Hundreds of children and their families enjoyed beautiful weather during the township's annual Easter Egg Hunt.
As Calvary Chapel prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year, church members are preparing welcome the Rev. Rob Renberg as the congregation's new leader on Easter Sunday.
The Coventry tennis team has put its own spin on the idea of being road warriors by tackling a schedule that no team would envy.
Softball has long been the flagship program for girls sports at Springfield High School. A coaching change and the loss of a talented senior class haven't changed the high expectations around the program for the 2014 season.
Pennies in fountains and birthday candles only go so far. That's why there is Wishes Can Happen.
MAPS Air Museum installs the P51-B aircraft on top of the new sign at International Parkway and Wales Road (Massillon Road)for all to see and enjoy.
When Melissa Snyder began preparing the Foxboro Square storefront for her new restaurant, she drew some attention.
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