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Akron Muni Court cancels St. Patrick’s Day weddings and temporarily suspends new wedding ceremony appointments

AKRON – As the threat of COVD-19 continues to develop in Ohio, the Akron Municipal Court has chosen to cancel St. Patrick’s Day weddings scheduled to take place at the Summit County Historical Society’s Perkins Stone Mansion on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
All seven participating couples have been contacted prior t ... (full story)

Akron Municipal Court takes the leap with Perkins Stone Mansion

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Akron Municipal Court Judge Annalisa Stubbs Williams adjusts her lipstick and accessorizes her black robe with a festive green necklace and frog broach to mark the occasion.
A line of guests begin arriving at the historic Perkins Stone Mansion in Akron on a cold but sunny Saturday morning. Although the Greek Revival-style mansio ... (full story)

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve to hold annual fundraiser

With numerous after-school and summer programs, Akron-based Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve continues to expand its efforts to assist at-risk youth.
“Eighty-four percent of our children are minorities who live in lower-income areas,” said Angela Sot, staff liaison at Boys & Girls Clubs of the Wester ... (full story)

HHM unveils second annual Community Involvement Report

From the time it opened in 1834, attorneys at Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell (HHM) have been encouraged to give back to the community, said Kevin Murphy, a member of HHM and chair of the management committee.
From supporting educational and health-related programs and services to participating in beautification projects and si ... (full story)

7th District rejects “truth experts” theory in child rape case

A Mahoning County trial court did not err by allowing medical witnesses to testify as “truth experts” in a child rape case, the 7th District Court of Appeals recently ruled.
Kenneth Thomas was convicted of 19 counts of rape and sentenced to two consecutive life sentences following a jury trial.
In 2007, court re ... (full story)