The Ronald McDonald House Akron announced its new board officers for the 2017 term. The new president is Janis Worley from Hudson. "The Ronald McDonald House Akron has been helping to keep families close to their sick children for more than 30 years.
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Perry Lease named VP at Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels, located in Stow, has named Perry Lease Vice President--Sales.
UPS (NYSE:UPS) has announced that 61 elite drivers from Ohio are among 1,575 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving. Included is Stow resident Mark Westfall, who works in Akron.
Jason A. DuBois takes over local Edward Jones branch office Jason A. DuBois has been named to take over the local Edward Jones office located at 3014 Graham Road in Stow. DuBois transferred to Stow from an Edward Jones office in Hudson.
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The Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce 2017 Leadership Class recently visited Judge Kim Hoover's court room at Stow Municipal Court. The Leadership Class spends one-half day per month developing their professional and personal leadership skills with Ned Parks, Aegis 360 Consulting Inc.
The Akron Zoo is looking for teen volunteers that are interested in animals and conservation for their Junior Interpreter program for the 2017 season. The program runs from Memorial Day Labor Day and the Junior Interpreters assist the zoo's Education Department with various activities.
Parlour59 - A Scissor Room Salon, 3310 Kent Rd, Stow, celebrated its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on Feb. 25. Parlour59 is a sister salon of The Scissor Room in Munroe Falls and owned by Nicole Sanate.
The Fairfield Inn & Suites, 4170 Steels Pointe, Stow, opened to guests in January and celebrated with family, friends, employees, city of Stow representatives (Mayor Sara Kline and Council-At-Large John Pribonic), and members of the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting.
Highland Ventures Ltd. and its family of brands are joining forces again in 2017 with customers across the country to fund research aimed at finding a cure for lymphoma cancer. Uniting 950 retail locations under the Highland Ventures Ltd.
The Cutler Real Estate Office, located at 3653 Darrow Road in Stow, celebrated its "New Look" with a ribbon cutting and open house.
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On Aug. 22, 2016, Summit County Council passed Ordinance #2016-272. The fuel pump security measure was adopted by County Council to help deter credit theft and fraud from illegal credit/debit card skimmers that are being installed and used by thieves to capture customer information.
AKRON The Akron RubberDucks announced it will host two job fairs for the upcoming 2017 season-- the Food & Beverage Job Fair on Feb. 15, and the annual Akron Baseball Job Fair on Feb. 21, for game-day and part-time positions. Both job fairs are at Canal Park and run from 5 to 7 p.m.
De-de Mulligan, president of Mulligan Management Group will receive the Achievements in Excellence Award from the Akron/Canton Affiliate of National Sales And Marketing Executives Association on Feb. 28 at Tangier's in Akron.
AtNetPlus adds five employees AtNetPlus, a leader in IT, Cloud, and Web solutions, announces five new additions to the team. Mark Ritchey and Chad Reich join the AtNetPlus Help Desk team as Support Desk Analysts.
January Business Awards & Annual Membership Luncheon Join us for the January Community Business Awards & Annual Membership Meeting, on Tuesday, January 17, at Acker-Moore Memorial Post, 3733 Fishcreek Rd., Stow, 11:15 am (Come Early to Connect) 1:30 pm (if needed.
Record Publishing Co. has named Scott Shriner the new executive editor of its weekly newspaper organization.
Munroe Falls Daniel And Tammie L Cocarteu, to Dale R White, 207 Hunter Ave, $54,800 Derik Thomas, to John And Coleen Dimmick, 489 Park Ridge Dr, $204,000 Racco Family Trust, to Jason M And Kelly J Kanoza, 421 Sandown Ln, $285,000 Sheriff Of Summit County, to Phh Mtg Co
Sagamore Hills -- After a rough season last year, the Boston Mills/Brandywine ski areas are open for business again. Thomas Conti, spokesman for the areas, said opening day Dec.
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Two local men have decided to take a pro-active stand on the rash of dog bites which happen this time of year. They have created a story book and animated video they hope will soon be in all local schools and clubs.