Remember when you were a kid and taped the Christmas cards that came in the mail around the door frame? Or maybe you lined the mantel with the greetings from Grandma, Uncle Jerry and that cranky old neighbor down the street.
BARBERTON: Even without knowing exactly how it would stop his farm from costly annual floods, Bob Dunkler is already “100 percent” behind a plan that would tax southwestern Summit County landowners to pay for regional projects.
BARBERTON: When former Barberton High School classmates of slain police Officer Justin Winebrenner decided to set up a Facebook page proposing that the city’s Robinson Avenue bridge be named for him, they were shocked at how quickly support rolled in.
Tom Stiles’ heart ached when his son and best buddy, Joshua, left for the U.S. Navy just before Christmas last year. While he was a proud papa, he knew he would miss him terribly. So Tom found therapy in writing cards to our servicemen and women — thousands of them.