Andrew Codispoti, winemaker at Gervasi Vineyard in Canton, said that pairing foods with wine should be fun and far from intimidating. Nobody should be afraid to try different wines with different foods.
Gervasi Vineyard joined other wineries, hotels and restaurants throughout North America to participate in the first Wine Tourism Day on May 11.
Gervasi Vineyard, a Plain Township-based winery is eyeing Green's Belden Lodge and its 8.71 acres of property for expansion.
Among the members of the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2013 is Uniontown resident Tom Chaboudy, who for 40 years excelled at all levels of the game.
Following a win over Green, the Lake tennis team is looking toward the postseason and hoping to have several players make a deep run into the state tournament.
Summit County sheriff’s deputies arrested three men after a Green business was robbed.
During lunch periods Friday, Green High School students could pay $5 to have their heads shaved or get their hair spray-painted with bright, washable hair spray. It was designed as a way for the students and teachers to show they are behind Ben as he battles cancer. It was also a chance to raise funds for Project Ed Bear which supports pediatric oncology patients throughout northeast Ohio. It’s a program that played a significant supporting role for Ben.
Ted Swaldo said if he gets city approval, he’d expect to break ground in 180 days and open a year after that.
Area residents took off on a fun, family adventure March 30 when The Summit Church in Green held its first Space Blast at the Green YMCA.
Several area high schools have been ranked highly in Newsweek’s “America’s Best High Schools” list for 2013.
Green High freshmen students and their teachers were greeted by a host of planes and artifacts that were older then they were when they entered the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) Aviation Museum.
The Akron Aeros have built a reputation for bringing unique food items to Canal Park, building a menu of calorie-stuffed items that, as Aeros Director of Food and Beverage Tyree Kim says, “are unique to us.”
Kathie and Rick Clark of Green, who have three adult children, has found that the presence of rescue pets in their household has reduced empty nest syndrome and given them a strong sense of purpose in their daily lives.
With a scholarship to Ohio State University and a trove of success in pistol shooting competitions in her posession, Green High School senior Elizabeth Buerling has her sights set on big things.
Led by a near-school record effort from senior pole vaulter Morgan Estes, a new school record by freshman high jumper Olga Branney and the middle distance efforts of senior Erika Rector, the Green Bulldogs pulled out a 75-62 Suburban League win against visiting Tallmadge.
Starting Wednesday, Greensburg Road between Steese Road and Shriver Drive will be reduced to one lane on for as many as four days.
Diebold reported it has been cutting jobs and realigning operations over the past several months. The company reported a first quarter loss of $13.4 million on reduced sales.
Authorties discovered three labs in New Franklin and Green over the weekend.
Honor Flight CAK closed out its operation to take World War II veterans to the National World War II Monument in Washington, D.C., with a banquet at the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) Museum.