Palmyra’s annual Spring Cleanup will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, June 2 and 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 3 at the Palmyra Fire Department at 3956 state Rte. 225.
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Electricity bills for FirstEnergy customers are forecast to increase significantly in June, but customers can fight back by choosing another provider.
Two council members resigned this month from Mantua Village Council following two unrelated incidents, and one of them has already been replaced.
The Rootstown Lions Club will hold the township’s annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 29.
About 15 acres stretching from the south side of Summit Street to residential neighborhoods in Kent’s Historic South End neighborhood may be getting a makeover.
Naomi was born 1922 in Grove City, Ohio, in a log cabin. She met the love of her life, Louie, and they married in 1947. They moved to Akron and then to Suffield in 1948. They rented the Wingfoot Lake Hatchery for a while, then bought the business. Sadly, Louie passed away in 1991, but Naomi continued to run the business until in 1996. At age 75, she sold the Hatchery. She said it took long hours and was very hard work to run the business.
The mayor started her report by thanking the council for supporting the necessary improvement of putting new windows in Town Hall by Akron Window Company, and with finishing work expected to be completed by mid-week.
With about $11,000 in seed money, the Rotary Club of Kent is poised to put its plans for a local Safety Town into action.
David Nagella, formerly of Ravenna, and wife Candy came from Texas for a short visit in April. Since he has a lot of family in this area, we Nagellas got together for breakfast so we could all visit with the couple.