Latest Akron Beacon Journal Stories
By Jewell Cardwell, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 14--Akron's Furnace Street Mission, which has been an anchor to so many, including Akron police officers, in difficult times, can use our collective help. Both muscle and money.
By George Thomas, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 14--In a move certain to rock the telecommunications world, AT&T announced it will begin offering phone service to the Akron, Canton and Cleveland areas. Yeah, that's right. Phone service. Don't do a double take.
By Rich Heldenfels, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 14--It seemed as if Tim Russert was always leaning. Leaning in for that nugget of information he was doggedly digging out of an interview subject.
By Jewell Cardwell, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Feb. 28--Friends of Kelly (Braman) Keith and the Barberton Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) are coming together to sponsor two fundraisers on her behalf. But first a little background. "Kelly Keith is a lifelong resident of Barberton.
By Bob Downing, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Dec. 13--"Taking our brown and turning it into green" was the way Akron Water Pollution Control Administrator Brian Gresser described a new facility that turns the city's sewage sludge into electricity.
By The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Aug. 24--An Akron physician and his Akron fiancee remain hospitalized at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, following a plane crash Aug. 8 in Georgia. Dr.
By Bob Downing, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jul. 25--Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann has filed a lawsuit against Canton's Coen Oil Co. alleging violations of state rules on underground storage tanks at five sites in Summit County.
By Cheryl Powell, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jul. 13--Even after her death, Susan "Sue" Deveny Pavloff is raising money for the hospital she loved in the community she passionately supported.
By Cheryl Powell, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 26--When people show up in the emergency room at Akron hospitals with intense, throbbing tooth pain, doctors usually don't have the tools or training to cure their problem.
By Cheryl Powell, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 17--When the Cleveland Clinic Foundation tried to court Akron's biggest hospital system, the marriage proposal ultimately got shot down.
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