WADSWORTH: Rose Carducci loves her spinach. She often buys five bags a week. But not anymore.
It’s getting very close to that time when lots of volunteers step up to help area low-income homeowners — seniors, disabled and veterans — with home repairs they can’t afford.
Turns out that bread made with purple flour isn’t, well, purple.
Northampton United Methodist Church is hosting its 11th annual auction for the Royal Family Kids Camp at 5:30 p.m. April 5 at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St., Cuyahoga Falls.
WADSWORTH: The city’s annual yard waste pickup program will begin April 1.
North Hill icon Nick Anthe Restaurant on North Main Street in Akron appears closer to opening as a new eatery/bar.
“Life Is Good No Matter What” was the mantra of Troy Haslinger’s late sister, Holly (Haslinger) Sneider of Milan, who died Nov. 12, 2011, following an 18-month battle with advanced colon cancer.
WADSWORTH: The city kicked off its yearlong bicentennial celebration Saturday with a four-hour party that included everything from a big fat turkey in a cage to Disney princesses to fireworks.
WADSWORTH: The search is on for a new service director for the city.
WADSWORTH: Numerous events are planned over the next several months as Wadsworth marks its 200th birthday.
WADSWORTH: The children at Valley View Elementary School in Wadsworth are learning a new way to relax through yoga.
To move forward with her life, Michelle Lang-Schock needed to leave the fear of another cancer diagnosis behind.