Tuesday, 13 February 2018 07:45

AUDIO: David James on Student, Teacher Safety

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Ahead of David James's State of the Schools address on Tuesday at the Tangier, the focus has been on teacher safety and discipline. Several teachers claim the schools are not doing enough as far as disciplinary actions, and they lined up in protest in front of the Akron Board of…
Thursday, 08 February 2018 09:37

AUDIO: Mayor Neugebauer on Nexus Settlement

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For the last three years, the city of Green has been in a battle with Nexus over construction of a pipeline in the town. On Wednesday night, that fight came to an end after a 4-3 decision in city council. Gerard Neugebauer, the mayor of Green, called in to the…
Wednesday, 07 February 2018 10:17

AUDIO: Mayor Kline on Downtown Stow Developments

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The city of Stow has its share of restaurants are retail complexes, whether it is in the Stow-Kent area off Route 59 or the area near Graham Road and Hudson Drive. But those areas are on the outskirts of town. What about actual downtown Stow? Sara Kline, the mayor of…
Wednesday, 07 February 2018 09:26

AUDIO: Mayor Judge on Barberton Road Repairs

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The city of Barberton continues to tweak and improve their city, and a major part of that is fixing the streets. Through federal grants, Barberton has received over $8 million for road improvements. Bill Judge, the mayor of Barberton, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the grant. Judge…
Monday, 29 January 2018 10:52

AUDIO: Joey Arrietta on Future of Akron Racers

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A sad day for softball fans in the area, as the Akron Racers may be no more, at least in 2018. Joey Arrietta, who ran the Racers from top to bottom, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to sort through the news, which caught her by surprise a few weeks…
Monday, 29 January 2018 10:29

AUDIO: Mayor Horrigan on Downtown Development

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2018 is nearly a month old, and the mayor of Akron, Dan Horrigan, addressed some of the needs and visions in the community on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Topics discussed: *The Akron Racers not playing in 2018, and how that will affect Firestone Stadium and the area of South…
The kid out of Peoria, Illinois is headed to Cooperstown, by way of Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Baltimore, and, most notably, Cleveland. Jim Thome, the Indians’ all-time home run leader, is the newest member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, picked on his first try. Bob DiBiasio, VP of the…
Friday, 12 January 2018 07:40

AUDIO: Lenny Wilkens on Dr. King, LeBron

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It has been a half-century since Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. King’s message has resonated with the people for generations, and that continues to this day. On January 14th, the day before what would have been Dr. King’s 89th birthday, the Akron-Summit County Public Library…
Tuesday, 09 January 2018 08:34

AUDIO: Akron Mayor Eliminates Cabinet Positions

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It was announced Monday from the mayor’s office than Dan Horrigan will be eliminating three positions in his cabinet. Those positions are in communications, health and education, and community relations. Horrigan, the mayor of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss why he made this decision. With the…
Thursday, 04 January 2018 08:40

AUDIO: Dr. Libecco on Skincare In Chilly Temperatures

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2018 has been met with chilly weather all across the United States. In the Akron area, temperatures have frequently hovered in the single digits. With these temperatures, what are some tips for folks on how to beat manage during the cold? Dr. James Libecco, dermatologist at Allied Dermatology and Skincare…
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