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WJW forecasts return of Colby by end of the month

The television news game can be a revolving door. You come to like one personality and, poof, he or she is gone. But that's not the case with WJW Channel 8 weatherman A.J. Colby. If you've noticed hi…
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Akron Safe Routes to School group to remind homeowners about snow-shoveling requirements

The Akron Safe Routes to School team plan to help shovel snow around the neighborhood surrounding Findley Community Learning Center on the morning of Jan. 22 as part of its "Big Dig" initiative.…
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Man calls police after dispute with neighbor; Pennsylvania man overdoses, found dead in hotel room: Brook Park Police Blotter

A couple driving on Richard Drive in Brook Park said another driver threatened them with a knife. Also, a Pennsylvania man was found dead of a heroin overdose in a hotel room at Holiday Inn Express.
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Two Brook Park police officers injured in rear-end collision

In Brook Park, two police officers were injured in a car crash at about noon Jan. 8 at Snow and Smith roads.
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Giuliani, Barr, Cohen serve up 'Something Burger': Darcy cartoon

Giuliani, Barr and BuzzFeed/Cohen 'Something Burgers' have been added to Trump's White House "Hamberders" stack, and he may end up paying for those too.
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Ohio's lieutenant governor should have one set salary, no matter what his or her duties: editorial

All the legalese wrapped around the Ohio lieutenant governor's pay is anything but transparent. To serve voters, Ohio needs to set one clearly defined salary for its lieutenant governor that reflects…
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Car spews smoke during chase with police; couple passes out in vehicle with child inside: Berea police blotter

In Berea, a vehicle owned by a 22-year-old Cleveland man led police on a car chase. Also, a Cleveland man and a Strongsville woman were arrested after police found them passed out inside a vehicle in…
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Akron and Streetsboro students selected for U.S. Senate Youth Program

Akron Public Schools' student Grace Marie Kosco and Streetsboro City School's Navkiran Chima were selected to represent Ohio during the U.S. Senate Youth Program, March 2 through 9 in Washington, D.C…
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Many events around the region to honor Dr. King's life and legacy

America will again honor the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on what would have been his 90th birthday with a number of events that will feature talks, music, arts and crafts and movies. Below is a l…
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Stow seeks residents to fill Cemetery Board, Arts Commission vacancies

Stow Mayor John Pribonic is seeking interested residents to fill vacancies on the city's Cemetery Board and Arts Commission.
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ISIS attack refutes Pence-Trump claims: Darcy cartoon

By hoisting the proverbial "Mission Accomplished" in Syria banner prematurely, Trump and Pence unwittingly stuck a "Kick Me" sign on the back of Uncle Sam.
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Akron's Lock 3 to host 13th annual Firefighters' Chili Challenge Jan. 18

Downtown Akron visitors are encouraged to sample chili and select a winner Friday, Jan. 18 for the annual Firefighters' Chili Challenge.
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First-half property taxes due Feb. 15 for Summit County homeowners

Property owners in Summit County have until Feb. 15 to pay their first half 2018 real estate tax bills. Bills will be mailed beginning Jan. 18.
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Kasich joins Trump target as DeWine is sworn in: Darcy cartoon

As DeWine is sworn in as Ohio governor, former governor Kasich joins CNN while he considers pursuing being sworn in as the next President of the United States.
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Ohio needs to broaden state oversight of police conduct: editorial

Creation of a Police Officer Standards and Training board in Ohio would mark an important start in creating a more credible oversight and disciplinary process for police misconduct in the state, writ…
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