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Wrayco Industries, a Stow manufacturer that specializes in leakproof vessels for heavy construction equipment such as fuel and hydraulic tanks, has notified its employees that it is shutting down in 60 days.
STOW: City officials are warning motorists to avoid Kent Road near the area of Target and the Stow Community Shopping Plaza because of a water main break.
STOW: City police are looking for two men who robbed the 7 Eleven, 3050 Graham Road, at gunpoint at 3:16 a.m. Wednesday.
They recounted their pain. A brother. A grandson. A son. All lost to the demons of addiction.
Joe Valenti describes his bout with drug addiction as switching seats on the Titanic.
Stow City Hall is closed today due to a water main break, according to a tweet this morning by Stow Mayor Sara Drew.
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.
GREEN: Mayor Gerard Neugebauer has cast his first veto since taking office Jan. 1, killing the just-passed large pay raises for new and re-elected City Council members starting in 2018 and 2020.