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Akron hospital evacuated after 3-alarm fire

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Michael Tyler, Staff Writer


A 3-alarm blaze caused the partial evacuation of an Akron hospital early Friday morning. According to Akron Fire Department, firefighters were called to Summa St. Thomas Hospital around 6:30 a.m.  According to WOIO, the fire originated from plastic materials in the storage area.  Reports say some patients and employees were evacuated while…


National Weather Service in Boston mocked for seeking stories from 1896 hurricane


National Weather Service in Boston mocked for seeking stories from 1896 hurricane

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Fox25Boston.com


On Oct. 12, 1896, a Category 1 hurricane passed near Boston. To honor the date, the National Weather Service sent a tweet asking for people to share their personal memories of the storm. The only problem is that the oldest living person in the world is 117 years old — four years too young to have been alive for the storm. As expected, NWS got roasted…



With Lidl’s expansion, local grocery store wars getting hotter


With Lidl’s expansion, local grocery store wars getting hotter

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Kara Driscoll, Staff Writer


German grocery chain Lidl is making its way to Ohio — upping the competition for grocery retailers that are already feeling the impacts of the changing industry and consumer habits. Lidl’s expansion is yet another heating up the competition after online retailer Amazon bought Whole Foods earlier this year. Major grocers — including…


Wright State again planning to cut swimming and diving teams after this season


Wright State again planning to cut swimming and diving teams after this season

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Max Filby, Staff Writer


Wright State University has announced it will end its men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs after the current season even after the teams just narrowly survived recent budget cuts. Scheduled to be a part of the university’s $30.8 million in budget cuts, the swimming and diving program met the June 30 deadline to raise $85…


Rulings in Kettering teen murder case touch on Sixth, First Amendments


Rulings in Kettering teen murder case touch on Sixth, First Amendments

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Nick Blizzard, Staff Writer


The urn holding the remains of a Fairmont High School student killed last year is allowed in court while the 17-year-old Kettering defendant awaits trial on adult murder charges. But if the container carrying Ronnie Bowers’ ashes returns to court, you aren’t likely to see it. That’s the result of separate rulings – touching…



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