Marketing communications agency Kleidon & Associates is pledging a complementary half-hour consultation for any nonprofit or small business to help them effectively navigate this crisis. The offer is available from now through April.
Marketing communications agency Kleidon & Associates is pledging a complimentary half-hour consultation for any nonprofit or small business to help them effectively navigate this crisis. The offer is available from now through April.
This effort is a part of Kleidon’s Action for Akron, a pro bono program that the company started several years ago to help nonprofit agencies develop their communication materials. Companies and nonprofits that wish to seek assistance from Kleidon & Associates can schedule a session at www.kleidon.com/actionforakron or by calling (330 666-5984. All consultations will be held via video conferencing.
The Akron Aviators is a professional men’s minor league basketball team based in Akron, OH playing in the iconic American Basketball Association (ABA). Founded in May of 2017, the Aviators are currently playing in our third season. The Akron Aviators boast family-friendly entertainment and great basketball for fans of all ages.
7 of our players have either been signed overseas, chosen for US Select Teams, or invited to pro training camps and is an excellent stepping stone for players looking to further their career and also a great home for talented players in the Northeast Ohio region.
Their schedule is supposed to kick off in November with their home games being played at Hyre CLC. For more information see https://akronaviators.com/
The owner Ted Bare (who also owns the Highland Theater and Leonardo's pizza) is keeping his 50 employees on payroll and was thankful his pizza customers have kept his 47-year-old restaurant, busy enough to support the staff. On the Marquee of the Linda Theater is reads, “Faith, Hope and Love. Stay safe neighbors."
Start your podcast today by going to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/akron and use the coupon code " akron " to save on a monthly or yearly subscription.
A national headquarters for the NFL Alumni Association will be built at Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village. There is a hall of fame village?
Violating an order from the health department is prosecuted as a second-degree misdemeanor, and records from the three municipal courts in Summit County show 22 people have had charges filed against them by local police as of Thursday.
The common thread between the cases is that every person charged with violating the order also was charged with another crime. Barberton Police Public Information Officer Marty Eberhart said the majority of people who are out and about have nothing to worry about; officers are not stopping people simply to enforce the order.
One man was stopped by police for leaving a grocery store with the “distinct imprint of large cans in each pocket,” according to a police report. He was found to be shoplifting and since his “sole reason for visiting Giant Eagle was to steal beer” he was charged with violating the order along with theft, the police report said.
Barberton has cracked down on the most people for violating the order in Summit County, with 13 charged in Barberton Municipal Court.
Several individuals have reported to the Summit County Sheriff's Office that they have been targeted with emails attempting to extort money from them. Recipients are told that spyware has monitored their computer activity and a video has been recorded of them visiting porn sites. Unless the recipient pays $2000.00 in bitcoins, the hacker will share his video with your family, friends, employer, etc. Once payment is made, the hacker promises to delete the video and go away. These so-called 'sextortion' scams are nothing more than 'phishing' expeditions whereby millions of emails are sent to random individuals in the hope that someone with a guilty conscience will panic and pay.
If you receive one of these emails - DO NOT RESPOND, DO NOT PAY, DELETE.
Important BALLOT RETURN deadlines for the Ohio 2020 Primary :
Getting a Ballot:
In order to receive a ballot by mail for the 2020 Ohio Primary Election, your request for an absentee ballot application must be physically at the board office by NOON on Saturday, April 25th.
● RETURNING A BALLOT IN PERSON TO 470 GRANT STREET, 44311 - APRIL 28TH AT 7:30 PM
● RETURNING A BALLOT BY US MAIL - BALLOT MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 27TH TO BE COUNTABLE
Don't forget to use the secure ballot drop box located outside the front door of 470 Grant Street, Akron, 44311! Do not bring ballots into the building!
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/akron-podcast/donations