The game of baseball is ever-changing, and not just on the field. Major League Baseball is experimenting with extending the netting behind home plate from dugout to dugout, hoping this may cut down on injuries to fans in the stands. Jim Folk, VP of Ballpark Operations with the Cleveland Indians,…
The Cleveland International Film Festival is celebrating its 40th year, and they are doing it in style. Patrick Shepherd, associate director of the CIFF, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the growth of the festival the last 15 years, in which over 100,000 movie goers will pass through…
Fry some pierogis, crack open and piwo, pick yourself up some pussy willows, and break out the Bobby Vinton records, as Dyngus Day is upon us! Justin Gorski, a.k.a. DJ Kishka joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about this sort-of new annual tradition. Gorski has been the point…
Once again, the vacant area that was once home to Rolling Acres Mall is on the selling block. The retail space deteriorated in the 1990s, with the mall closing in 2008. What will the future hold? Mayor Dan Horrigan called into the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the large…
Hal Naragon may not be a household name nationwide, even with baseball die-hards, but he is widely respected in the local community. Naragon joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss his honor of being named to the Walk of Fame in his hometown of Barberton. He was a Magic…
On Wednesday, the John S. Knight Center will house the 109th Annual Meeting with the Greater Akron Chamber. At that meeting, the twelfth recipient of the H. Peter Burg Award will be honored. That recipient is Anthony "Tony" Alexander, the former Executive Chairman, President, and CEO of FirstEnergy Corp. Tony…
Monday, 21 March 2016 08:54

Mayor Judge: Barberton Reservoir Is 'Toxin-Free'

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A headline out of the Akron Beacon Journal talked about toxins flowing through the Barberton Reservoir. Coming off the heels from the waters around Toledo, this poses a cause for concern. The mayor of Barberton, Bill Judge, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss this report in detail. Mayor…
Hillary Clinton picked up nearly 400 delegates in the Ides of March primaries, which was not a surprise. However, John Kasich threw a monkey wrench into the Donald Trump train by winning Ohio. What is next to come? Dr. John Green from the University of Akron’s Bliss Institute joined the…
Fans from either team may not be pleased with their seatings in the lowly NIT, but all eyes in Ohio will be on the Schottenstein Center tonight. Well, at least sports fans’ eyes. Paul Keels, the voice of the Ohio State Buckeyes, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to preview…
The strength of the Cleveland Indians in the last few seasons has been the starting pitching. So how will they fare in 2016? Tribe pitching coach Mickey Callaway joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to gloss over the hurlers in spring training and to give the fans a peak into…
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