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In the past four years structures across Kent's landscape have quickly been disappearing.
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The National Biosafety and Biocontainment Training Program and Kent State University are offering a five-day series of courses in Biosafety and Biocontainment for BSL-3 Laboratory Workers.
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Three Portage County residents who held up a Kent drive-thru at knifepoint in January recently were sentenced to prison terms on aggravated robbery charges.
Two longtime staff members of Stanton Middle School in Kent have received the Kent Board of Education's Dr.
Kent City Council gave final approval Wednesday to seek funding a new Safety Administration Building through an income tax increase on the November ballot.
The home Kent State University President Lester Lefton built and has lived in since 2006 is now the official presidential home for the university.
Seventh-grader Myles Spear recently won the history contest about Kent history and the railroad at Stanton Middle School in Kent.
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Mayor Jerry Fiala and members of the Kent Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Dino Palmieri and members of his staff to their new home at 215 South Water Street in downtown Kent.
A multi-national manufacturer and distributor of resilient-rubber, watertight sealing systems and components for underground infrastructure, Hamilton Kent is marking a major milestone in its history with the celebration of its 70th anniversary.
A Streetsboro woman who struck and injured two Kent State University students with a car in downtown Kent in January 2012, then fled the scene before police could stop her was sentenced to 10 days in the Portage County jail on Monday.
Tonight Kent-area residents have the chance to help guide the future planning and operations of the Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority.
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan S. Barnhouse, a 2006 graduate of Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent, was recently awarded the Battle Efficiency "E" achievement along with other sailors attached to the guided-missile destroyer USS Farragut .
Members of Elm Garden Club met recently at the Portage County Gardeners' Center in Rootstown to hear a presentation by Kent resident Lynn Greger on "Container Gardening, Herbs." Following the talk and slide show, Elm members assembled their own herb pots with soil and herbs provided by members Mary Ann Kasper and Michelle Worthing.