Monday, 17 September 2018 20:01

Business of the Week: Bober Markey Fedorovich

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Each week, the Ray Horner Morning Show spotlights a local business that assures their dedication to the community. For the inaugural edition, Ray sat down with Dale Ruther, partner with Bober Markey Fedorovich in Fairlawn. Ruther has been with BMF for over 35 years, and the company has been in…
Monday, 17 September 2018 19:59

AUDIO: Mayor Horrigan on Main Street Redevelopment

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Downtown Akron continues to receive its share of facelifts, from road repair to other cosmetic changes. Basically, if one can stomach the orange barrels and detours for a bit, downtown will look much different. Dan Horrigan, the mayor of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to give an overview…
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 07:45

AUDIO: Tim Dimoff on Increased Security Since 9/11

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17 years have passed since the terror attacks on American soil, which claimed over 3,000 lives. In the nearly two decades since September 11th, 2001, what additional precautions have been made to ensure our continued safety? According to SACS Security president Tim Dimoff, a lot has gone into further security.…
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 08:42

AUDIO: CAK President on Airport Expansion

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Akron-Canton Airport will get a new facelift. A $34 million facelift, to be precise. Rick McQueen, the soon-to-be-outgoing president and CEO of the Akron-Canton Airport, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the changes happening at the facility. McQueen says the plans are to expand and update the airport…
Last month, Brian Thomas, who has been with Akron AAA for nearly forty years, said farewell to the company he helped build. Now, his brother, Kevin, takes over the post. Kevin Thomas joined the Ray Horner Morning Show about taking over as president of Akron AAA. He has been with…
The first day of school has descended upon Akron Public Schools. A clean slate, a fresh start for many, whether they are a student, educator, administrator, or even a facility itself. David James, the superintendent of Akron Public Schools, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show in studio to discuss the…
A slew of changes are happening at the University of Akron. A total of 80 degree programs will be phased out due to declining enrollment and the changing college environment. What will this mean for the students and faculty? Dr. John Green, interim president of the University of Akron, joined…
It is a new week, and a variety of topics have come across the desk of Akron mayor Dan Horrigan. First, the discussion on the present and future of Akron-Fulton Airport, which took place on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Horrigan announced that not only will the airport stay, but…
Monday, 06 August 2018 09:17

AUDIO: Bob Ethington on Legacy of Bob Hope

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Bob Hope was one of America’s most celebrated and honored entertainers of the twentieth century, and his life spanned that entire century. A native of Cleveland, Ohio who ventured to the West Coast, Hope accomplished almost everything in the entertainment business, from vaudeville to radio, to film to television, as…
The final Bridgestone Invitational is rapidly approaching, and while many are sad the WGC is moving to Memphis, everyone involved is very excited. Don Padgett III, the Executive Director of the Bridgestone Invitational, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to answer questions, comments, and concerns surrounding next week’s tournament. The…
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