Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Landscape companies in Stow report thefts right from their mowing trailers
Two area landscape companies were robbed of thousands of dollars in equipment recently while working in Stow. An employee of O'Bryan's Grounds Maintenance, based in Stow, told police that someone stole a commercial lawn mower right off the company trailer while workers mowed a Stow business. The employee told police the theft happened while they were mowing the entrance to King's Mill Boulevard on Thursday. Someone actually moved a lawn mower off the trailer to get access to a Wright zero-turn lawn mower, which was then stolen right from the equipment trailer, according to police. The 2007-model mower is valued at $10,000. Another firm, HD Property Preservation out of Rittman, OH, told Stow Police that someone stole a gas trimmer right …
Monday, April 29, 2013
Do you suffer from cluster or migraine headaches? Dr. Geoff Besso says this video could change someone's life.
Fox 8's New Day Cleveland featured a video about cluster headaches and migraines with Dr. Geoff Besso of Besso Clinic of Chiropractic. The Besso Clinic for Chiropractic posted the video on its Facebook page Sunday evening.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Other amenities include a sauna, a field stone fireplace in the family room and a rec room with a bar.
This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom at 2540 Turf Paradise Dr. has 3,129 total square feet and is priced at $374,900. For more details, including how to schedule a private showing, check out the listing on our real estate partner Zillow. Or check out more Stow real estate listings >>
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Head over to the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm gift shop to get 15 percent off lots of goodies.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Site prep work starts at Graham Road location
Work has started on the new Panera Bread planned on Graham Road at the former Big Boy location. Site prep work is under way this week for the new 8,823-square-foot Panera. It will stand at 1063 Graham Road, where the long vacant Big Boy restaurant was demolished in November. In December, Stow City Council unanimously approved plans for the second Panera Bread location. The eatery already has a restaurant on Kent Road. Signs that were installed last month at the site have since been removed.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Pawsibilities and Greater Akron Humane Society will host the event at Springfield Lake Park.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Republic Waste Services workers reportedly on sympathy strike for landfill workers
Stow residents who are customers of Republic Waste Services may see further delays in their trash pick-up due to striking garbage workers. Many Stow customers of Republic Waste saw at least one-day delays in their pick-up last week, as the refuse hauler is dealing with a strike that is affecting several of its operations. A sympathy strike for the company's Youngstown location caused delays and even a work stoppage in some Northeast Ohio communities, our news partner at WEWS Channel 5 reports. Stow Mayor Sara Drew said Republic officials told the city that pick-up will be delayed, but they promised all service would continue despite the strike. "We don’t have a contract with Republic, Kimble is our preferred hauler, so there isn’t much we …
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Major updates include roof, siding, and windows.
This four-bedroom, two-bathroom house at 3564 Lakeview Blvd. has a total of 1,652 square feet and is listed at $144,900. For more details, including how to schedule a private showing, check out the listing on our real estate partner Zillow. Or check our more Stow real estate listings >>
Several Patch blogs got you talking this week. We gathered the conversation starters, in case you missed 'em.
We love to get you talking, and this week we had a few blogs that touched on some hot-button issues. Take a glance at these blogs and let us know where you stand in the comments section. We appreciate your input! 1. Rose Petsche couldn't believe Rob Portman's "no" vote on the bi-partisan background check for the purchase of firearms bill. She asks, "Is there any question that money buys political votes?" Read what else she said here. 2. Dr. Barbara Berkeley says this pill is guaranteed to help you lose weight. Which pill? The answer may surprise you. 3. Psychologist Gene Benedetto asks, "Have you really seen any government program that does not wreak of corruption and fraud?" Do you believe crisises are used to create more programs that …
Thursday, April 18, 2013
All information is according to Stow Police and Stow Municipal Court records. Arrest information does not indicate conviction.
A Newton Falls man has been charged with stealing hundreds of dollars in machine parts from a Stow manufacturer. Stow Police arrested Cody R. Hornyak, 23, on charges of stealing from Valley Gear Manufacturing on Allen Road after management there contacted police and claimed Hornyak had been stealing from the business. More than $1,600 in miscellaneous machine parts were reported stolen from the business. Hornyak was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony. He was arraigned in Stow Municipal Court on April 12 and his bond set at 10 percent of $5,000. Valley Gear Manufacturing, located at 4488 Allen Road, is the sister firm of TNT Custom Equipment and operates out of a 45,000-square-foot facility, according to the company's website.