When the Rev. Kent Wartick preached about Christian marriage during his sermon Sunday morning at Faith Lutheran Church in Kent, Ohio, congregants didn't have to look far for a real-life example.
A 73-count indictment unsealed here Friday may cover only a small portion of the break-ins allegedly committed since last year by a band of six highly trained burglars. The indictment covers 39 break-ins and identifies six residents of Northeast Ohio as the accused burglars, also naming a seventh man as the fence who purportedly sold the ill-gotten gains.
Seven men who authorities say were part of a burglary ring that stole and fenced more than $220,000 worth of items from homes in nine counties face dozens of criminal charges. Prosecutors say the men are responsible for at least 39 burglaries dating back to November 2012 and that one of them, Joseph Sabo, 74, sold the stolen items from his booth at a Streetsboro flea market.
After spending several years helping to improve the economy of Millersburg and the county, Tom Wilke is leaving Holmes for Portage a the City of Kent to be specific. Wilke started his work locally as director of Historic Downtown Millersburg in 2009, after leaving positions as the corporate senior director of operations and vice president of operations for the largest franchisee of Taco Bell.
The Children & Youth Arts Program at Grace Baptist Church in Kent is presenting the musical Angels Aware! for the Christmas season.
You could win close to $750 worth of gift cards and gift certificates to Brimfield/Kent area businesses including: overnight stays at Holiday Inn Express, University Inn, the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center....AND...gift cards to restaurants too...
However, if a police department uses the body cameras, they will capture not only what the officer is doing, but also what's going on inside people's homes and among people just passing through the area. Gary Daniels of the Ohio ACLU says it has to be up to the state -- and not individual departments -- to regulate the cameras.
Group Ten Gallery Holiday Show Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 12th, 6-9 p.m. Join Group Ten Gallery this Friday to help us kick off our 2nd Annual Holiday Show running through January 18th. Our opening-night reception is a terrific opportunity to see new works on display, mingle with friends and neighbors, and meet our two newest members, William Peck and Carol Tomasik.
The Streetsboro Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Dinner with a White House Chef Feb. 28 at the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Kent. The evening will include a cocktail hour from 6-7 p.m. with White House appetizers during which Former Military White House Chef Sam Morgante, will be greeting guests.
He is keeping an eye on the 9 full-time dispatchers, the 1 full-time records clerk & the 2 part-time dispatchers. Our dispatch center is staffed with a minimum of 2 dispatchers at all times.
Employers are unlikely to succeed in reducing the prevalence of depression and other mental disorders in the workplace without changing employee attitudes on the conditions themselves and the available treatments, experts say. "With depression and mental illness, it's a little more challenging to get at because there is some stigma attached with some of those conditions," said Mark McLeod, university benefits manager at Kent State University.
Santa Claus will be arriving at approximately 6pm on a train. In addition to the Hometown Bank Plaza, the winter wonderland will also include the Main Street Bridge and gazebo.
The Takeaway is a national morning news program that invites listeners to be part of the American conversation. Hosts John Hockenberry and Celeste Headlee, along with partners The New York Times, BBC World Service, WNYC, Public Radio International and WGBH Boston, deliver news and analysis and help you prepare for the day ahead.
Jasmin Almodovar, left, a home care worker, and Nick Gurich, right, of the Fight for $15 campaign to raise the minimum wage, rally Sept. 4 in front of the McDonald's at St. Clair Ave. and East 105th Street.
PRESS RELEASE Palestine Children's Relief Fund P.O. Box 1926 - Kent, OH 44240 Tel: 678-2645 Fax: 678-2661 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.pcrf.net/ A beautiful story in the making. A group of seven women have embarked on a journey to bring healing to the children affected by the wars in Palestine, Syria and Iraq.