Putting a pre-school inside a nursing home may seem an unlikely blend of age groups, but the joining of youngest and oldest is delivering some very positive results.
The Intergenerational Learning Center, located at Providence Mount St. Vincent, a Washington state senior care center, has so impressed onlookers that one filmmaker, ... (full story)
In the 9th District Court of Appeals, a panel of three judges recently ruled that an Akron man was properly resentenced to consecutive prison terms for his role in a robbery, but it held that the man’s trial court could not impose a no contact order with that prison sentence.
The defendant, Doylyn Clayton Jr., appealed from ... (full story)
It’s happened again. Day Ketterer has added yet another office, this time in downtown Akron.
Located at 520 S. Main St., the office officially got up and running in June after the firm affiliated with the Brunsdon Law Office, owned by attorney Terri Brunsdon.
“The paperwork was in place on Jan. 1, but because it is ... (full story)
A pillar in the Akron legal community, a consummate gentleman, a lion of the trial bar, and “a lawyer’s lawyer,” those are just a few of tributes being paid to longtime Akron attorney Howard L. Calhoun.
The 88-year-old passed away on July 5, following complications from Parkinson’s disease.
“Howar ... (full story)
AKRON––The County of Summit IT Board recently appointed Mark G. Petit to serve as the County’s new Chief Information Officer. He will oversee the newly created Office of Information Technology. Petit will earn an annual salary of $140,000.00.
Mark Petit brings with him over 25 years of management experience in ... (full story)