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  1. Find out where Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2019 acts Def Leppard, Radiohead, Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks land on our list.
  2. David W. James, superintendent of Akron Public Schools, will be honored by Leadership Akron at the Lieberth Community Vision Award Breakfast held at the John S. Knight Center Thursday, Nov. 14.
  3. Akron Zoo staff are participating in a reading program with Canton City School students to help develop emotional skills.
  4. The city of Akron, in an effort to broaden its pool of lifeguard applicants, has updated its employment requirements for the upcoming summer season.
  5. As Gov. Mike DeWine asks the state for a gas tax increase, advocates are asking for more money for public transit. Some even think the gas tax should go to transit.
  6. Imagine how Trump would react if Kim Jong Un had done to one of his kids what he did to Otto Warmbier? The biggest failure of the summit was Trump's comments on Otto Warmbier
  7. We turned the car around and talked to the victim. One other witness and someone else had stopped to help," said Walsh. "The suspect looked a little menacing, and we didn't want him to harm anyone else.
  8. Trump failed to pin down a deal with Kim Jong Un, and Rep Jim Jordan failed to pin Michael Jordan, as Jordan seeks to escape a takedown in the OSU sex assault scandal.
  9. A water line break that prompted the city of Akron Water Division to issue a precautionary boil water advisory for parts of Fairlawn Heights has been repaired, but the advisory is still in effect until further notice.
  10. The Akron Youth Orchestras are scheduled to perform a "side-by-side" concert at 3 p.m. on March 10 at the Medina Performing Arts Center.
  11. "I know what Mr. Trump is, Cohen told the Committee in his opening statement. "He is a racist. He is a con man. He is a cheat
  12. Shorn of its questionable plea-bargaining prohibition, state Rep. Janine Boyd's bill should attract strong bipartisan support with an equally strong chance at passage -- and at helping other intimate partners avoid the same terrible fate that ended Aisha Fraser's life last fall, writes the editorial board.
  13. After hearing excerpts from Cohen's lengthy opening statement to Congress, Trump will likely be more concerned with denuclearizing Michael Cohen than North Korea.
  14. The Akron Community Foundation's annual Women's Endowment Fund dinner is scheduled for March 5 at Goodyear Hall.
  15. Teachers in Strongsville will receive 1.5-percent salary increases this summer, even as the district cuts $1.1 million from its operating budget and asks voters to approve a tax increase in May.
  16. The Strongsville schools would cut another $3.3 million from the district's annual operating budget - in addition to the $1.1 million in reductions already planned - if voters don't approve a new 5.9-mill tax May 7. And, if voters fail to pass a new tax levy by May 2020, the district would slash an additional $5.1 million from the budget, for a total of $9.5 million in operating cost reductions.
  17. Strongsville voters will decide in November whether to renew a five-year, 1-mill tax that supports Southwest General Health Center in Middleburg Heights.
  18. Strongsville voters may decide in November whether to convert two small residential lots on South Drive - off the west side of Pearl Road, just north of the Ohio Turnpike - into commercial land.
  19. The Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society (NOARS), one of the oldest "ham" radio clubs in the Great Lakes area, will be holding their annual winter ham fest on March 3.
  20. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that didn't involve staged hate crimes. It's personified by the achievements of actors and directors like Sidney Poitier, Donald Glover...and Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson.