BATH TWP.: Rabbi Mendy Sasonkin burned his bread on Monday.
An animal-welfare organization is trying to capitalize on the notoriety of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood home by suggesting it might turn the house into a vegan restaurant.
Turns out that bread made with purple flour isn’t, well, purple.
BATH TWP.: The congregation that worships in the building that looks more like a home than a religious institution at 3891 Ira Road has some unique characteristics.
Like his New England forefathers, Charles Oviatt Hale was of hardy stock.
The call for entries has begun for the 47th Pillsbury Bake-Off.
Imagine you are a pet that has lived your whole life with a family you love and trust. Now imagine your family is facing financial problems and can no longer afford to keep you.
At long last, Nuevo Modern Mexican and Tequila Bar, 54 E. Mill St., Akron, is set to open Friday.
The seventh annual Art and Ale beer tasting returns March 14 to the Akron Art Museum.
First impressions are everything.
Hudson resident Devyani Gursahaney will share her thoughts on the benefits of a pluralistic culture at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bath United Church of Christ, 3980 W. Bath Road, Bath Township.
The Ohio.com staff has once again compiled a list of local upcoming events for this weekend and beyond. Check out a few things going on in your community and nearby neighborhoods.