The Ravenna youth organization Children Always Resisting Enemies (CARE) will hold a fundraising dinner from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 4 at Skeels Community Center, 4378 Skeels St., Ravenna.
Fearless Femme creator Suzy D’Enbeau said she started her live storytelling shows to get to know more people in the...
Kent will be the site of two Juneteenth celebrations this year, one sponsored by the South End Juneteenth Committee June 19 at Plum Creek Park and another hosted by Kent State University June 18.
Kent State Senior Makayla Sejat had a simple idea: The best way to make progress on the problem of housing people in the city is to get local leaders talking to each other about it.
The 2023 Celebrate Portage! Awards Dinner will take place on Thursday, Sept. 28.
When Holden Elementary School third grade teacher Garrison Wollam was diagnosed with cancer in October 2019, he knew he wasn’t going to be able to wear the popular “Fuck Cancer” apparel that many people impacted by the disease wear.
Habitat for Humanity of Portage County broke ground on a new home in Ravenna for a family from Barberton on Sept. 7, only the first new housing project of the year as supply and labor shortages have slowed the pace of construction.
The Kent Pioneer Cemetery volunteers need more members if they are to continue their mission of restoring and maintaining Kent’s oldest cemetery.
Doria Daniels, a resident of Kent’s South End, christens the district’s new historic marker with a mini bottle of sparkling...
Throughout Lego history, millions of people have been introduced to the colorful plastic bricks, including Kent residents E.J. Bocan III, 39, and his wife, Abbie, 37. But unlike most Lego fans, this couple used them to build a successful business.
By the time Karen Johnson retires at the end of next year, combined with Suzanne Livengood calling it quits in some three weeks, Portage Learning Centers, located in the KeyBank building in Ravenna, will say goodbye to almost a century of extraordinary work.