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a city in northeastern Ohio

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Akron Recycling's owner Don Schnackel retains the iron-processing business, to be called Akron Iron & Metal LLC.
Although Akron enjoys a relatively diverse economy, the manufacturing sector still claims the highest employment concentration relative to the United States, followed by professional and business services.
Stephanie Park, Tara Pringle, Beth Rankin and Meranda Watling, all of Kent State University, and Michael Rasor of the University of Akron received $3,000 toward their journalism studies.
After 1900, with the rising popularity of the automobile, Akron became more famous for its tires and rubber products than its farm machinery, and today Goodyear--which got its start in Akron--is one of the premier names in automobile tires.
10--Anthe's Restaurant, Akron, Ohio; Joint Technical Meeting with AFS Canton.
The retired University of Akron polymers professor founded his company, United Polymer Technologies, three years ago, and has developed new materials that range from the very practical (a resilient filler for the soles of athletic shoes) to the highly fanciful (white candles that take on deep colors when lit).
The Akron operation has made ice cream for at least 40 years.
Huddled by the edge of the Black Warrior River in western Alabama, the little town of Akron was once quite prosperous, buoyed up by the proceeds of rail transportation.
Young, also a tutor in the Akron Reads Program, wasn't included in the group of chairpersons who were featured last month.
In short order, they created the Greater Akron Fire Truck Fund and the contributions came flowing in to a local bank where contributions were processed.
HIGH DANCE DRAMA IN A COOL SPACE GROUNDWORKS DANCE THEATER NORTHSIDE ICE HOUSE AKRON, OHIO SEPTEMBER 7-15, 2001
Akron became a mecca for deaf people during World War I when Goodyear and Firestone hired a thousand young deaf men and women.
The last passenger-vehicle tire was manufactured in Akron in 1982, forcing the one-time "Rubber Capitol of the World" to take steps toward the restructuring of its economy, the recruitment of new leadership, and the restoration of its self-image.
Divided into three books, Ruth McKenney's 1939 docunovel combines short narrative accounts with journalistic vignettes to tell the story of the Depression and the rise of industrial unionism in Akron, Ohio, where rubber workers organized the first major sitdown strikes of the 1930s.
After Akron scored 2 touchdowns less than two minutes apart to pull to 27-26, the extra-point attempt was blocked and McKie returned it for a 3-point lead.