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Akron, OH, United States

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The Latest From Wynn & Wilson in the Morning

 

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Scott Wynn and Sue Wilson in the Mornings

Daily Scoop for week of April 21st

Today is Monday is April 21st….Kindergarten Day  The Boston Marathon is today! (also Patriots Day in Boston) Birthdays – Andie MacDowell is 56 It’s National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day Our Cleveland Indians Won 6-4 and this week, Royals are in town for a 4 game set. One g [ ... ]

Sunday Morning Golf Course Review - Big Met

Course:  Big Met Golf Course

Location:  Cleveland MetroParks System - Fairview Park, Cuyahoga County

Directions:  Easy access from I-480, Brookpark Road, Lorain Road 40 minutes from Akron, 30 from Medina

Dewsweepers Tee Times Was:  645

Big Met Website

Bella
Bella

  My name is Bella and I'm a BIG puppy and I have the typical appeal that all dogs have ... soft fur, sweet eyes, irresistible ears and because of my age, some very, very needy behaviors :). Hey, you may as well know it up front ... I'm a younger dog that hasn't had any training and [ ... ]

MOVIE REVIEW - Heaven Is For Real

This week, one of the best selling books in a long time comes to the movies. Greg Kinnear stars in the new, Heaven Is For Real.

MOVIE REVIEW - Oculus

There are so many "scary'" movies made these days it's hard to keep them separated in your head.  The new Oculus though tries to be a bit different.

Country Music News

Akron Recycle Cans Project

http://akronpeacemakers.org/Cans4Cash.asp

Recently, the City of Akron PeaceMakers, Mayor Don Plusquellic’s civic/anti-crime youth program, accepted the U.S. Conference of Mayor’s Cash for Cans City Recycling Challenge.

The 85 member group is taking the lead in encouraging residents, organizations and businesses in Akron to BE GREEN and to recycle. The teens, representing every high school in the city, are hoping to receive one of three top prizes ($25,000, $15,000 or $5,000) to provide a summer camp for elementary and middle school children and for uniforms.

The program will run April 1 through April 28 and involves the collection and counting of aluminum cans within the city of Akron.

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