Blogger Danielle Wirick writes about how she got her garden started and why fresh food is so important to the health of her family.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Stow Kent Animal Hospital shares tips on how to make sure your cat doesn't leave little hairy surprises in the middle of your floor.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Twenty-five French students are coming to the area this summer, and blogger Jill Werling Quinn is looking for host families. Can you help?
Friday, May 3, 2013
Blogger Shane May was turned away from a nearby city's recreation facility because it didn't recognize a married gay couple as a family. Here he stresses the importance of equality.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Do you have an opinion on it? Share your comments.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
NotMom blogger Karen Malone Wright explores a recent study that looks at how men and women feel about the absence of parenthood.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Blogger Holly Hammersmith shares the cheap and easy recipe.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Vacant house went to sheriff's sale in 2011
Scrap metal thieves hit a house in the northwest corner of Stow recently, ripping out copper piping for resale. The house at 1517 Meadowbrook Blvd. went to a Summit County Sheriff's Sale in 2011 and is owned now by AltiSource Portfolio Solutions. Joseph Lutz, an employee of the firm, reported finding the stolen copper to Stow Police on March 26. Lutz said the house has been vacant for months. "That copper could have been stolen 13 months ago or five months ago," he said. "Or it could have been done when the homeowners moved out. Who knows when it was actually stolen." The thieves took water lines, electrical wire and piping cut out of the garage. It's not an uncommon type of theft, as Lutz said he's reported several similar thefts from …
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Readers react to sentencing of Richard Beasley
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Stow Patch readers react to proposal raised at Stow Safety Task Force
Stow Mayor Sara Drew raised the possibility of a ballot issue tax to pay to hire police officers specifically to staff Stow-Munroe Falls School buildings this week. And Stow Patch readers had plenty to say about the idea. Here's what some readers have to say: Melissa Bysura — "How about we remove the stigma and start properly treating people suffering from mental health issues first? Did armed officers in the schools prevent the Columbine shootings? No. This is a knee jerk reaction..." Ryan — "Placing officers at schools is an extreme overraction to a terrible tragedy. It would create an unneeded financial burden on the residence of Stow..." Dave B. — "I am all for security in the schools to prevent future tradgedies. However, I think that…