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2011 

I received a card from a friend of mine today with the following saying.....       What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us.   -Henry David Thoreau                          
03/31/2011
This nicely update Stow colonial in the Highland Chase sub-division has just had a price adjustment to $224,900 and is available for immediate occupancy.      Newly updated colonial in Highland Chase features gorgeous oak throughout, partially open foyer, granite counters, some hardwood flooring ...
03/31/2011
William Howard Taft, our 27th President, inaugurated the custom of the President throwing out the first pitch to open the baseball season.  At 332 pounds, he weighed in as our heaviest President and actually got stuck in the White House bath tub the first time he used it.  A new one was ordered. ...
03/30/2011
Theodore Roosevelt was our 26th President serving from September 14, 1901 until March 3, 1909 and is remembered as a larger than life figure.   Some Points of Interest:   He graduated from Harvard in 1880 His efforts brought about the treaty between the U.S. and Panama for creating the Panama Can...
03/29/2011
William McKinley, our 25th President, was born in Niles, Ohio in 1843.  He briefly attended Allegheny College, and was teaching in a country school when the Civil War broke out.   Some Points of Interest: Prior to being elected President he served as the Governor of Ohio. He was the last veteran ...
03/27/2011
This is nothing new for the boys basketball program at Akron' St. Vincent - St. Mary High School as they won their sixth state crown and second in the last three years.  Saturday's victory (57-46) over Dayton Thurgood Marshall led to their Division II title at Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. ...
03/26/2011
Benjamin Harrison, our 23rd President was nicknamed "Little Ben," graduated from Ohio University in Oxford, Ohio and in 1888 he won the Presidency over Grover Cleveland even though Cleveland had over one million more popular votes, thanks to the Electoral College.   Some Points of Interest: Harri...
03/25/2011
Grover Cleveland, who was our 22nd and 24th President of the United States was nicknamed "The Veto President." Cleveland vetoed 414 bills in his first term, more than double the 204 vetoes cast by all previous Presidents!   Points of Interest:   Cleveland was the only President to serve two non-c...
03/24/2011
At Akron's St. Vincent-St.Mary High School boys basketball is a very high profile sport, mostly because of the three titles they won in four years during the LeBron James era a decade ago.  But these days the current edition of the team is forging their own legacy as they are about to play for th...
03/24/2011
If you are interested in knowing more about area businesses or other organizations then plan on attending the annual Community Expo this Saturday at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium.   The Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the city of Cuyahoga Falls and the Natatorium will prese...
03/23/2011
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