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Total population of residents62,477
White resident population recorded52,487
Black or African American resident population recorded5,336
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded150
Asian resident population recorded384
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded46
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded3,981
Resident population of some other race recorded2,269
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,805
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Police blotter — Sept. 1
Summit CountyAkronArrestsAn Aqueduct Street man, 24, was charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault after he allegedly pistol whipped a man, kicked him several times, then pointed the revolver and threatened to shoot him if he didn’t give him his property.A North Main Street man, 48, was charged with burglary and possessing criminal tools after police reported seeing him walking inside a house with a flashlight. Officers recovered a duffel bag containing pipe cutters, screwdrivers, gloves, a utility knife, backpacks, a flashlight and pliers.A Neville Avenue man, 33, was charged with willful fleeing, drug abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, obstructing police business and criminal damaging. He allegedly led police on a car chase, ran from the vehicle and resisted arrest.A Roslyn Avenue man, 27, was charged with receiving stolen property after he allegedly stole a woman’s wedding ring while he was a guest in her home. Cashland provided computer printouts of the man pawning the ring, as well as photos of the ring.A Theodore Street man, 39, and a Victory Street man, 27, were charged with breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. The younger man was also charged with drug possession. Police said the two entered a vacant property on Lakeshore Boulevard to remove scrap metal. The older man had a pocket knife. The younger man had vice grips and marijuana.BarbertonArrestsA man, 23, and a woman, 20, both of West Ford Avenue, were arrested after a cash box containing $120 was stolen from a vendor at the Barberton Farmers’ Market at West Tuscarawas Avenue and Third Street Northwest on Aug. 21. The man was charged with theft. The woman was charged with obstructing official business.A Romig Avenue man, 46, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 16 after he and his girlfriend fought over living arrangements.A Noble Street man, 31, was arrested Aug. 17 on a felony forgery warrant.An Ashland Court man, 33, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 15 after he allegedly grabbed a stick and chased his girlfriend.BurglarySomeone broke into a Creedmore Avenue home Aug. 15 and stole antique silverware, DVDs and CDs, total value $2,590.TheftsTwo nail guns, tools and other items, total value $800, were reported stolen Aug. 19 outside a Wooster Road North home.Two electronic game systems and other items, total value $2,650, were stolen Aug. 17 from a Fifth Street Northwest man’s home.Bath TownshipBreaking and enteringSomeone broke into a trailer Aug. 26 behind Appliance Warehouse, 186 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road, and stole used appliances.TheftA Bath Road woman reported Aug. 26 that her ex-boyfriend took personal and household items from her home.Coventry TownshipArrestA Linda Street man, 23, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 25 after he allegedly injured a sibling.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Cortland man, 56, and his son, 25, were charged with obstructing official business Aug. 26. The father also was charged with falsification. They are accused of giving false information to a Cuyahoga Falls prosecutor and a police officer regarding a traffic crash.AssaultAn Overbrook Road man, 63, reported Aug. 26 that a man assaulted him at the Natatorium. He said the man pushed him against an exercise machine after a quarrel over another machine.BurglarySomeone looted a home Aug. 25 in the 1500 block of Sixth Street and stole about $2,000 in property.TheftA purse was stolen from a vehicle parked Aug. 25 at Outback Steakhouse, 738 Howe Ave.GreenForgeryWarrants were issued for a man accused of stealing checks from an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road company. The suspect allegedly admitting cashing three checks totaling $1,617.MogadoreDrug arrestOfficers responded to a report of a drug overdose Aug. 24 on South Cleveland Avenue. A man was found unconscious. A woman at the home told officers she had swallowed a bag of heroin in a panic as officers arrived. She was also taken to the hospital.TheftA North Cleveland Avenue resident reported the theft of an extension ladder, four gas cans and a propane tank Aug. 23. New FranklinArrestA Manchester Road man, 58, was jailed for domestic violence Aug. 18 after his wife told authorities he was throwing items around the house during an argument.ForgeryA West Turkeyfoot Lake Road resident told police Aug. 20 that 11 checks totaling $1,700 were stolen, and four or five checks valued at $750 total were stolen from her daughter’s purse and forged.NortonArrestsAn Akron man, 21, was charged with felony drug possession and driving with a suspended license Aug. 26 after police reported finding methamphetamine during a traffic stop at Barber Road and Interstate 76.AssaultA Watkins Road man, 56, reported Aug. 25 he was assaulted by a 37-year-old man in his home.TheftA Fairland Road man reported Aug. 26 his medication was stolen from his mailbox between Aug. 22 and 26.Springfield TownshipArrestsA Mohican Boulevard woman, 63, was charged with felony domestic violence Aug. 19 after she allegedly attacked her daughter and granddaughter with two knives.A Sadler Street man, 33, was charged with domestic violence and endangering children Aug. 21 after he allegedly grabbed and squeezed the face of an 11-month-old baby and pushed her back in her crib.A Tallmadge man, 41, of Eastwood Avenue, was charged with felony burglary, misdemeanor menacing and criminal trespassing when arrested on warrants at his home Aug. 18.Breaking and enteringAn $820 radar gun was reported stolen Aug. 17 from Spano Dome on Pressler Road.BurglarySomeone pried open a safe Aug. 17 at an Armil Drive home and stole $6,000 in contents Aug. 17. Two gun cases were found in a nearby yard.TheftSomeone stole 13,000 pounds of scrap valued at $1,300 from a bin at AA Blueprint on Gilchrist Road, police were told Aug. 21.TallmadgeArrestsA Waterford Way man, 21, was arrested Aug. 29 on warrants alleging theft and misuse of credit cards.A South Thomas Road woman, 39, was charged with assault Aug. 29 after she allegedly assaulted a member of her household.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonFightOfficers were called to the Pine Forest Apartments on Aug. 23 for a report of two juveniles fighting while someone was recording the altercation on video. The fight reportedly was viewed on Facebook messages. One of the juveniles was taken to a hospital.TheftGiant Eagle reported a shoplifter Aug. 24. Security “recognized the subject from previous thefts at other Giant Eagle stores.” The person attempted to exit the store with a cart full of baby formula, dog food and other items worth more than $1,000.False reportA woman walked into the police station Aug. 27 to retract her previous statement that resulted in her husband being arrested on a domestic violence charge the previous week. She was charged with falsification.Medina CountyBrunswickDisorderly conductA man was observed Aug. 24 urinating on the receiving dock at Home Depot on Center Ridge Road. He was charged with disorderly conduct.MedinaFightPolice were called to Medina High School for a report of a fight Aug. 28. One student was taken into custody.VandalismA renter on Tremain Place called police to report that an automated garage door that was not working was found open. The belt drive was off the track and hanging. Tenants believe the landlord’s boyfriend may have forced the door open to retrieve a tractor.Medina TownshipTheftA Walmart employee was charged with theft from the store Aug. 23.Stolen carA Granger Road woman told police Aug. 28 to call off a search for her stolen car. She discovered that a 16-year-old drove the car without permission and crashed it on the way to school. She did not want to press charges.Montville TownshipNeighbor disputeA Torington Drive woman called police Aug. 24 to report that a neighbor swore at her and threatened her dog. She said the neighbor told her that if she brought the dog outside again,“he knows people and she would not like what happens.” Since the neighbor’s threat was vague, police advised him to not have any more communications with his neighbors.WadsworthArrestsTwo women, ages 29 and 21, and a juvenile were charged with receiving stolen property Aug. 25. They are accused of having merchandise stolen from Walmart, 222 E. Smokerise Drive.A Mills Street man, 35, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 28. TheftA trailer valued at $3,000 and a license plate were stolen Aug. 21-26 from the 800 block of Broad Street.Utility theftPolice were investigating an Aug. 28 report of a West Bergey Street resident stealing cable TV service.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestA Cathedral Circle woman, 26, was arrested Aug. 21 on warrants containing felony charges of aggravated arson, illegal manufacture of drugs, assembly or possession of chemicals for making drugs and endangering children.Jackson TownshipArrestsAn Amherst Road Northwest woman, 40, was arrested Aug. 21 on warrants of felony menacing by stalking and criminal trespass after police said she was found in a crawl space in the roof of her residence.A Daytona Street Northwest man, 31, was arrested Aug. 20 at home on warrants charging domestic violence and obstructing official business.Breaking and enteringA rock was used to break a small basement window at a Sandbrook Street Northwest home Aug. 19, allowing a thief to unlatch a door and steal a large TV set and wall mount bracket, total value $824.Miscellaneous car parts, total value $2,000, were stolen Aug. 15 during a break-in at Top Value Car & Truck Service on Whipple Avenue Northwest. Identity theftA Fleetwood Avenue Northwest woman told police Aug. 21 that someone used an automatic withdrawal to take $564 from her bank account.TheftsA Minnesota truck driver said someone stole his $500 cellphone while he was showering Aug. 20 at the Travel Centers of America truck stop on Portage Street Northwest.A Lima man reported Aug. 18 that someone stole a $2,000 generator from his truck bed while he was at the Red Roof Inn on Inn Circle Northwest in Belden Village.Jewelry valued at $15,500 was reported stolen Aug. 15 from a Glengarry Street Northwest home.Lake TownshipArrestsA Cleveland Avenue Northwest woman, 28, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 18 after she allegedly punched her boyfriend in the face and tried to push him down the stairs.An Akron man, 23, of Alphada Avenue, was arrested Aug. 17 on felony forgery and theft warrants in the 8100 block of Cleveland Avenue Northwest.North CantonArrestA Portage Street Northwest man, 20, was charged with felony receiving stolen property, two counts of criminal trespass and one count of petty theft Aug. 23 after police reported finding items stolen from vehicles throughout the city’s northwest section.TheftPolice were told Aug. 17 that someone stole two credit cards, cash and a laptop, total value $820, from a South Main Street apartment.Plain TownshipArrestsAn Orchardale Drive Northwest man, 22, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 17 after he allegedly choked, slapped and head-butted his girlfriend at their home.A 31st Street Northeast man, 52, was charged with three counts of breaking and entering and two counts of theft Aug. 20.A Lesh Road Northeast man, 25, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 17 after he allegedly threw his girlfriend to the ground in an quarrel.A Roosevelt Avenue Northeast man, 59, was charged with robbery Aug. 16 in an incident at 62 Drive Thru on Harrisburg Road Northeast. Deputies said he didn’t have enough money to purchase beer, so he followed a female clerk into the cooler, then tried to take beer and threatened to harm her before he fled.UniontownArrestA Lisbon man, 32, was arrested by Columbiana County authorities and turned over to Uniontown police Aug. 22 on a menacing warrant.BurglaryA Hampshire Circle resident told police Aug. 18 that jewelry valued at $10,000 was stolen from the home.Portage CountyKentArrestsA Ravenna man, 24, was charged with felonious assault and violating a probation order Aug. 30.A man, 21, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 28.Breaking and enteringKent State police charged three students, ages 21 and 22, with breaking and entering Aug. 28.BurglarySomeone broke into a home Aug. 29 in the 300 block of Dale Drive and stole nearly $900 in property, including a television and video game system. The day before, two televisions, total value $700, were taken from a home in the 1600 block of Olympus Drive.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestsA Massillon man, 35, and a Flint, Mich., man, 37, were charged with breaking and entering, theft, criminal tools and vandalism Aug. 28 after they allegedly took scrap metal and tools from a shed at 2532 S. Apple Creek Road, owned by Apple Creek village.An Apple Creek man, a Smithville woman and a Wooster woman were arrested Aug. 24 on warrants at a camping trailer. Deputies believed they uncovered a methamphetamine lab when they served the warrants. No charges were filed on drug violations.Breaking and enteringAn East Union Township man reported Aug. 22 that thieves fled from his home in the 5800 block of Ely Road, East Union Township.BurglariesA television and coins, total value $1,100, were reported stolen Aug. 27 from a home in the 3600 block of Sylvan Road, Wooster Township.A safe containing jewelry, cash and five certificates of deposit, total value $8,850, was stolen Aug. 23 from a home in the 100 block of North West Lebanon Road, Sugar Creek Township.A Wii game system, jewelry and a computer, total value $401, were reported taken Aug. 28 from a home in the 9400 block of McFadden Road, Clinton Township.Disrupting public serviceA Wooster Township woman, 41, reported Aug. 28 that her daughter attacked her as she left a home in the 1000 block of Madison Avenue with her granddaughter.Weapons under disabilityA North Ridgeville man, 37, allegedly pointed a gun Aug. 25 at Dragway 42, 9161 Rainbow Highway, Congress Township during an event. The man, a convicted felon, reportedly pulled the gun during a fight with his brother.TheftsA 1997 Ford valued at $1,000 was reported stolen Aug. 26 from a residence in the 1700 block of Portage Road, Wayne Township.A 2001 Ford pickup truck valued at $2,000 was reported taken Aug. 25 from a home in the 3200 block of West Britton Road, Congress Township.A wallet was stolen from an unlocked pickup truck Aug. 23 in the 100 block of West Middle St., Burbank.Tools valued at $3,335 were reported stolen Aug. 22 from a home in the 14700 block of Oak Grove Drive, Chippewa Township.A mountain bike worth $100 was reported stolen Aug. 26 from a home in the 14700 block of Oak Grove Drive, Chippewa Township.WoosterArrestsA Wooster man, 28, was charged with drug possession Aug. 26 after police reported finding him with heroin and drug paraphernalia at a home in the 700 block of Hamilton Avenue.Two Wooster men, 19 and 18, were charged with breaking and entering and criminal trespass Aug. 26 after police reported seeing them climbing a fire escape at Everything Rubbermaid and PNC bank in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.Breaking and enteringOn Aug. 27, a resident reported $12 was taken from an unlocked car in the 1500 block of Burbank Road.A window was reported broken Aug. 24 at Wayne County Rubber, 1205 E. Bowman St., but nothing was taken.BurglariesA laptop computer and children’s money earned during the summer, total value $1,430, were reported stolen Aug. 27 from a home in the 1600 block of Christmas Run Boulevard.An Xbox valued at $200 was reported stolen Aug. 21 from a home in the 600 block of East South Street.TheftsTwo checks and a tax refund, total value $1,502, were reported forged and deposited at Commercial Savings Bank, 305 W. Liberty St.Household items valued at $1,801 were reported stolen Aug. 23 from Walmart at 3883 Burbank Road.Percocet tablets were reported stolen Aug. 23 from a home in the 400 block of Palmer Street.VandalismGraffiti was sprayed Aug. 24 on buildings at Christmas Run Park, 700 N. Grant St., causing $700 in damage.
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ALEXIS SWAIN, Age Now: 14, Missing: 04/08/2014. Missing From HAMILTON, OH. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Butler County Sheriff's Office (Ohio) 1-513-785-1300.
April 11 2014 - Source:

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2:14-bk-52559 Clyde Hamilton and Doris Hamilton
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Norman, Jeffrey P [Reassignment of Judge] (<a href=''>7</a>)
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14-60816-rk Cheryll Ann Hamilton
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Rosen, Toby L [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>2</a>)
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2:11-bk-52102 David Allen Wells and Laura Hamilton Smith
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Hardesty, Clyde [Statement Adjourning Meeting of Creditors]
Happening April 07 2014 - Source:

Fact-finder’s report recommends pay raises for Summit County sheriff’s deputies; approval expec
Summit County can afford to give its sheriff’s deputies annual pay raises during a three-year contract, according to a fact-finder’s report that could be approved by early next week.Jonathan Klein made his recommendation this week, saying that based on revenue projections, the county is in a position to grant modest increases to the 283 members of the Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Labor Council Inc.The wage increases that Klein suggests are more than the county offered but less than the union wanted.Union members will vote on the fact-finder’s report today. Summit County Council will hold a special meeting on the matter Monday. Leadership on each side is recommending approval.The contract went to fact-finding when the union and county could not agree on salary increases, insurance costs and some work rules. Deputies are working under terms of a contract that expired at the end of the year.The recommended raises are 1.5 percent effective Jan. 1, 2014; 2 percent effective Jan. 1, 2015; and 2.25 percent effective Jan. 1, 2016.Summit County sought a wage freeze over the three years. The union sought annual increases of 3 percent, 3 percent and 4 percent through 2016.In presenting its case to the fact-finder, the union said its bargaining employees did not receive a raise in 2011 or 2012 and made concessions, including a cut in clothing allowances. Members received a 1.5 percent raise last year, which was also a fact-finder’s recommendation.The union said Summit County’s deputies are the second-lowest paid among comparable jurisdictions statewide, ahead of Lucas County but trailing deputies in Franklin, Montgomery, Hamilton and Cuyahoga counties. It also noted that county revenue has increased by nearly 3.8 percent over the past five years and sales tax collections increased 4 percent last year.Summit officials said the county still is affected by the aftermath of an economic recession and continues to operate in a deficit.“Things started going down in 2008, and the county has been spending down its reserve balances over the past five years,” Brian Nelson, the county’s finance director, said. “Overall revenues have declined because of cuts in state government funding and property valuation reductions.”In the fact-finder’s report, the county said revenue dropped from $111 million in 2008 to $100 million in 2013. Its responses on the expense side of the ledger have included a countywide hiring freeze, requiring a reduction in the budgets of all county offices and offering incentive-based, voluntary separation plans.If no action is taken on the fact-finder’s report, it automatically would be approved. If the fact-finder’s report is rejected, the contract would go to reconciliation, where there is no compromise; either the county’s proposed wage freeze or the union’s proposal of annual raises of 3 percent, 3 percent and 4 percent would be imposed.The report also includes changes in insurance, which favors the union position, and in how job vacancies are filled, which favors the county position.Marilyn Miller can be reached at 330-996-3098 or
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Training program to help faith communities combat child abuse
A special training program on child abuse and neglect is being offered by Summit County Children Services to the faith community.The free program, called “Protect Your Church…Protect Your Children — complying with Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Laws,” is 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Celebration Church, 688 Dan St., Akron. It is being presented as part of the 27th annual Child & Family Awareness Month celebration. The theme of the month is “A Family is a Tool That Can Fix Everything.”The training program will be facilitated by Lisa Hamilton–Green, a licensed social worker and community educator for Summit County Children Services. In addition to information about mandated reporting rules, the program will cover indicators of child abuse and neglect, mental health and substance abuse issues, and how to prevent child abuse. Participants will also receive educational materials that can be shared with their congregations.To register, call 330-379-2090 or go to other religion news:EventsDominion Family Church — 90 W Thornton St., Akron. 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Family & Friends Day will be held. 330-252-2277, of Faith United Methodist Church — 800 E. Market St., Akron. 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday. Creamed chicken with biscuits and Swiss steak dinner. Adults $9, ages 4-12 $5. Carryout available. 330-376-2141.Full Gospel Tabernacle — 939 Utica Ave., Akron. Friday. All-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner will be served. Includes salad, roll, dessert and beverage. Adults $7, ages 3-12 $4, under age 3 free. 330-794-4420.Grace United Church of Christ of Loyal Oak — 3285 Cleveland-Massillon Road, Norton. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. today. A Swiss steak dinner will be served restaurant style with salad and dessert buffet. Tickets $9 at the door, $8.50 in advance, kids $4.50 and $4. Order tickets at 330-825-3259.Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church — 1225 Vernon Odom Blvd., Akron. From Friday through April 6, the 100 Women in Red 3-Day Event will be held. A 7 p.m. Friday service will feature the Rev. Theresa Farr of the host church, devotional speaker is the Rev. Michelle Harris of Becoming a Light Ministries in Akron and the guest speaker is Shannon Banks of Greater New Life Church of God in Christ in Sandusky. On April 5, there will be an 11 a.m. luncheon and service. Speakers are the Rev. Marlisa Young of Agape Love Ministries International in Sandusky, the Rev. Deborah Parmer of True Deliverance Baptist Church in Akron and the Rev. Arnisa Johnson of Greater Galilee Baptist Church in Barberton. At 10 a.m. April 6, guest speaker is Flora Dees of New Hope Baptist Church in Akron. Cost for the luncheon is $10. For tickets, call 330-864-6635.MorningStar Baptist Church — 1360 Newton St., Akron. 11 a.m. Sunday. Celebrating the annual Women’s Day. Speaker will be Etta Gant. Women are asked to wear while and yellow. 330-733-1022.New Millennium Baptist Church — 906 E. Tallmadge Ave., Akron. 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Celebrating the 14th annual church anniversary. Theme is Giving God Our Best. Guests are the Rev. Justin Kidd and Antioch Baptist Church from East Chicago, Ind.Rooted In Christ Community Church — Findlay Community Learning Center, 65 W. Tallmadge Ave., Akron. 7 p.m. today. Spring Revival will be held. Speaker will be the Rev. Derwood Lockett. 330-376-7533.True North Ministry — Silver Lake Country Club, 1325 Graham Road, Silver Lake. 6 p.m. April 24. The annual banquet will be held. Mission of the ministry is to liberate imprisoned youth. Tickets are $40 each. To attend, call 330-954-1692. Trinity Lutheran Church — 50 N. Prospect St., Akron. 7:30 p.m. April 5. The Cornell University Women’s Chorus will appear in concert. 330-836-9327.St. Paul’s Episcopal Church — 1361 W. Market St., Akron. 4 p.m. Sunday. Benefit concert for the England Trip to Ely Cathedral in July, with the Choir of Men and Boys and the St. Cecilia Choir of Girls. Free-will offerings for the choirs’ travel fund. Music by Child, Friedell, Martin, Noble and Sowerby. Reception to follow.St. Sebastian Parish — 476 Mull Ave., Akron. 7 p.m. Sunday. A Lenten concert will feature the choirs of St. Seastian Parish and St. Hilary Parish, along with a chamber orchestra. They will perform Shadows: A Service of Tenebrae. It focuses on seven episodes in the passion and death of Jesus. Free and open to the public. 330-836-2233.Speakers, classes,
workshopsFirst Friday Club of Greater Akron — at Quaker Square Grand Ballroom, University of Akron, 135 S. Broadway, Akron. Noon April 11. Father Clarence Williams, pastor of St. James the Less Catholic Church in Columbus, will address the topic Relational Dysfunction: Getting Rid of “Stinking Thinking.” Father Williams is the founder of the Institute for the Recovery from Racism. Cost of the luncheon is $15. For prepaid reservations, send a check to First Friday Club of Greater Akron, 795 Russell Ave., Akron, OH 44307. For information, call 330-535-7668 or visit of Rest Ministries — 175 E. Market St., Akron. 1 p.m. Tuesday. The Women’s Auxiliary program will feature the Rev. Jeff Kaiser, Haven of Rest’s executive director, speaking on 2013 — A Year in Review. At 10 a.m., there will be an opportunity for shopping to support the ministry. A light luncheon will be served at noon with the program at 1 p.m. 330-535-1663 or email Luncheon Forum — St. Michael the Archangel Parish, 3430 St. Michael Drive NW, Plain Township. 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Bishop George V. Murry, head of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, will discuss Catholic School in the 21st Century. Cost of lunch is $12. 330-649-1231.St. Hilary Parish — 2750 W. Market St., Akron. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Dr. Kurt Keljo will present Muddling Toward Sustainability: What Can One Person Do? and Dr. Jeffrey Dick will speak on An Overview of Utica Shale Development and Assorted Environmental Concerns as part of the Lenten Speakers Series. It is co-sponsored by Faith Lutheran Church. Soup supper will be served at 6 p.m. followed by evening prayer at 7 p.m. with the presentation from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. No charge. Free child care. Reservations suggested. 330-867-1055 or Presbyterian Church — 4150 Fishcreek Road, Stow. 7 p.m. Wednesday. Rick Sands, owner of Great Harvest Bread and creator of the Bread 4 Haiti project, will wrap up the Wednesday Night Speaker Series. Free and open to the public. 330-688-6935.The deadline for Religion Notes is noon Tuesday. Items must be in writing. Please fax information to 330-996-3033, email it to or send it to Religion, Akron Beacon Journal, 44 E. Exchange St., Akron OH 44309.
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14-11939-jps Teri Hamilton
Type: bk Office: 1 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Shopneck, Craig H [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>3</a>)
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Man indicted for Hamilton murder
An Atlanta, Ga., man has been indicted by a grand jury on several charges, including murder, for alleging killing a Hamilton man last month.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Man wanted in Hamilton shooting
Hamilton Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Michael Gilmore who is wanted for a shooting that occurred in March.
April 04 2014 - Source:

Alleged shooter in Hamilton homicide held on a $3M bond
A man arrested in Kentucky for last month’s Hamilton shooting death is back in Butler County being held on a $3 million bond.
April 04 2014 - Source:

Healthy Effort - Local organizations attempt to combine efforts to address Cincinnati’s main heal
T he United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Interact for Health and the Hamilton County Health Department have tasked a nonprofit organization with improving the health of Cincinnatians through data analysis and program development.
April 02 2014 - Source:

No evidence of fraud in prosecutor's case
Special counsel assigned to investigate illegal voting allegations brought against Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters found no evidence to support those claims.
March 29 2014 - Source:

Justice for Aliza: Monday marks one year since brutal downtown murder
Justice for Aliza Sherman. Monday marks one year since the Cleveland Clinic fertility nurse was murdered in downtown Cleveland. The attack happened in broad daylight outside of her attorney's office building near the intersection of East 12th and Hamilton Avenue.
March 24 2014 - Source:

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