Internet sensation Chief David A. Oliver of the Brimfield Police Department visited Main Library in downtown Akron on Monday, October 21.
Nearly 21 million men, women and children live as the economic property of others, according to Ohio's Anti-Trafficking Coordinator Elizabeth Ranade Janis, who was recently welcomed by the Women's Endowment Fund of Akron Community Foundation and community leaders of Summit County. She discussed the growing development in Ohio's fight against human trafficking and ways residents can help combat this global problem, including community activism and awareness, she said. For more information about the Women's Endowment Fund, visit www.akroncf.org/Initiatives/WomensEndowmentFund.aspx.
- Gay Community Endowment Fund seeks grant proposals for Gay Games projects
- The Northeast Ohio Blues Association presents Blues at The Civic
- UA hosts researcher, historian Mike Hill
- GAINS discusses sense of place
- Holidayfest celebrates 10th anniversary at Lock 3 in Downtown Akron
- Last call for donations for Akron fraternity fundraiser