In Regional Roundup, we've gathered the top stories from each of our eight weekly newspapers each week. Here are the regional stories you don't want to miss from June 25 to July 3, 2014.
Aurora Community Theatre will perform 'Sweeney Todd" starting July 5. The musical tells the story of a barber Benjamin Barker, who was imprisoned on trumped-up charges for 15 years, and returns with a thirst for revenge. Along with Nellie Lovett, a pie shop owner, he exacts his retribution on just about anyone unfortunate enough to cross his path.
Woodridge Primary School principal Karen Sykes speaks about her career in education. Sykes retired at the end of the recently completed school year.
Akron General Edwin Shaw Rehab Institute has announced plans to move its satellite therapy clinic from its current Hudson location to the Akron General Health & Wellness Center - North in Stow this fall. Some patients aren't happy about the move.
The Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce hosted the 41st annual Pride Community Breakfast July 2, which honors citizens and businesspeople of Stow.
Two patient cots that are designed to be easier on the bodies of emergency responders have been installed in two separate Tallmadge Fire Department ambulances.
A fawn has been living in the backyard of a Northfield Village couple's home.
The Volkswagen dealership, which was to be built along Route 14 in front of the Shady Lake Apartments, may soon have a new site.
Regional connectivity is the goal as the city partners with the village of Glenwillow to add more than a mile of paved trail to an existing network of paths, essentially joining the communities.