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When Candace Perkins Bowen first noticed a pheasant in her backyard, she approached cautiously to take its picture. She didn’t want to frighten the bird, she explained.
A Brimfield Township police officer was found not guilty last week of a charge that he stole a $15 watch band from a Cuyahoga Falls Best Buy in May.
MUNROE FALLS: Speakers showed the prevalence of drug abuse on Tuesday afternoon when they asked hundreds of Kimpton Middle School students to stand during a presentation on drug and alcohol addiction.
It took more planning than usual for Trina Poole to prepare for classes Monday.
“And the conversation would go something like this, ‘You know, Aimee, you’re very attractive. You don’t look disabled.’ I thought, Well, that’s amazing, because I don’t feel disabled.” — Aimee Mullins, athlete, actress and fashion model
A man who police say abducted his 15-year-old daughter pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to leading police on a chase that led to her rescue.
The FreshWorks Produce Saver earned a “Snap It Up” from three readers who responded to our call for opinions about the products we tested.
Stow police are asking for help in identifying a dump-truck driver involved in a hit-and-run caught on camera.
Stow: A simple photo sparked Brenda Walko’s obsession.
Some local schools are ditching pen and paper visitor logs and replacing them with technology that can keep unwanted visitors, like sex offenders, out of their buildings.
By Doug Livingston
Beacon Journal staff writer