Thursday, 03 August 2017 08:39

AUDIO: John Feinstein on Ara Parseghian, Bridgestone

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The Fighting Irish lost a coach who helped Notre Dame return to prominence. That coach happened to have roots in Akron. John Feinstein, author, commentator, and talk show host, was in the Akron area and joined the Ray Horner Morning Show in studio. Feinstein talked about the passing of Fighting…
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 07:18

News 5’s Leon Bibb, Lee Jordan Bid Farewell

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This week, Northeast Ohio will say goodbye to two familiar faces and voices. Leon Bibb has been a fixture in Cleveland news for 38 years. A native of the Glenville area, Bibb first joined WKYC-TV after a stint in Columbus. In 1995, he moved down the street to WEWS and…
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 08:16

AUDIO: A Handy Guide For Soap Box Derby Week

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Derby Downs is abuzz, and this week is all about the 2017 FirstEnergy All-American Soap Box Derby. Mark Gerberich was recently named president of the Soap Box Derby, and he spoke with the Ray Horner Morning Show about taking over that position, as well as what is on the docket…
At the end of 2016, Richard Lennon announced he would step down as bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cleveland due to health problems. This left a space inside the diocese, temporarily filled by Most Reverend Daniel Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo. On Tuesday, it was announced that…
Voters across the country have long clamored for transparency among their politicians. At least in Akron city council, that method is being applied. Ward 5 councilwoman Tara Mosley-Samples has been an advocate for streaming council meetings, and this vision is about to become a reality. She joined the Ray Horner…
Thursday, 29 June 2017 09:03

AUDIO: Sen. Brown On Healthcare Divide

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The revised healthcare bill continues to be split down party lines, though some in the GOP are not exactly falling in line with their counterparts, either. Senator Sherrod Brown joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to break down the mood in Washington, at least on his side of the spectrum.…
The 2016-2017 school year has been over for a few weeks in the Akron Public Schools, and now they look ahead to the fall. However, they will do so with six schools consolidated to three, which means some will be without jobs. David James, the superintendent of Akron Public Schools,…
It was announced on Monday that Summa Health System will be eliminating 300 positions due to a $60 million operating loss in 2017. The largest employer in Summit County, Summa Health has 8,000 workers across the area. Interim President and CEO of Summa Health System, Dr. Cliff Deveny, joined the…
It was announced Thursday the city of Akron has plans for an income tax increase from 2.25 to 2.5 percent. If approved by City Council, the tax proposal will go on the ballots in November. Mayor Dan Horrigan spoke in-depth on this proposal on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Horrigan…
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 09:45

AUDIO: John Michael On Cavs GM Search

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Exactly one year after the Cleveland Cavaliers hoisted up the Larry O’Brien trophy, the Cleveland Cavaliers are on the lookout for a new general manager. David Griffin, the now-former GM of the Cavs, has parted ways with the organization, eleven days before his contract was to expire. What is next?…
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