Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Summit County non-profit building 2 houses off Fishcreek Road
Rochelle Fisher stands in a living room devoid of furnishings, carpet and even a final coat of paint. Yet in just months this room and one just like it next door will welcome two Stow families into their new home. Fisher, president and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Summit County, is overseeing some of the final touches on two houses under construction by the non-profit at the corner of Fishcreek Road and Paulann Drive. The construction started when Habitat for Humanity was able to get what were two vacant lots that went to foreclosure sale. "We were able to get them for a good price," Fisher said. Both houses, which are identical in design, are 1,500 square feet and include a full basement and one-car garage. Typically, Habitat builds …
Saturday, January 19, 2013
These are the three most popular crime stories on the site this week.
Police and Fire is one of the most-read sections on Stow Patch. So we've gathered the three most popular crime stories this week, in case you missed it. 1. Someone broke into a Bobwhite Trail home and didn't steal anything, but what they did do was pretty strange. Click here to find out. 2. So when you go to Taco Bell, you order tacos and leave right? That's not what these thieves did. See what they stole here. 3. A three-time drunken driving offender was pulled over for drunken driving again, and he was charged with something else. Find out what it was here.
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Did you snap some shots Friday or at the dance? Add them here!
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Two days after the Stow Patch story posted, "Jedi" Jarrod exceeded his goal of $500. He's still accepting donations to fund and support children's cancer research and provide information and resources to all those affected by children's cancer.
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Sunday, September 9, 2012
Friday, September 7, 2012
Will you help "Jedi" Jarrod reach his goal of $500?
Stow student Jarrod Maguire is raising money and awareness for childhood cancer in honor of his friend Gino Altieri who passed away June 24 at the age of 10. Gino had been battling Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma — an aggressive pediatric cancer that affects soft tissue, since it was first diagnosed on Sept. 14, 2010. Jarrod said he is raising money with CureSearch, a national non-profit foundation whose mission is to fund and support children's cancer research and provide information and resources to all those affected by children's cancer. "I have chosen to join CureSearch in their fight for a cure by participating in The CureSearch Walk in memory of my best friend, Jedi Gino," Jarrod says on his CureSearch donation website. "I have set a …
Saturday, August 25, 2012
The Bulldogs opened the season with a loss at Stow-Munroe Falls High School Aug. 24, 2012. Click the link for stats and game photos.
Have your own band photos from the Aug. 24 game at the Stow-Munroe Falls High School? Add them to this photo gallery!
Friday, August 24, 2012
The Stow-Munroe Falls High School band had the crowd going wild Aug. 24, 2012.
Have your own band photos from the Aug. 24 game at the high school? Add them to this photo gallery! Unfortunately, Stow Patch Editor Amanda Harnocz won't be able to make it to every sporting event in Stow this season. Interested in doing a sports blog or a photo blog? Just click here and contribute to the fall sports season by keeping your neighbors up-to-date with Bulldog athletics and the band! Don't forget to tweet @StowPatch and post things on Facebook during sporting events! Click here to view the 2012 football schedule.
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Amy Morse, Michelle Amore and Jillian O'Connor, all Stow graduates walking the Cleveland Susan G Komen 3-Day for Team Breast Intentions.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Calling hours are scheduled for Wednesday in Hudson.
Calling hours and funeral arrangements for Gino Altieri, the 10-year-old from Stow who passed away Sunday, have been scheduled: Click here for more information from Redmon Funeral Home: Accessorize in red for Gino, his favorite color! Burial St. Mary’s Cemetery. PLEASE MEET AND FORM PROCESSION AT THE CHURCH. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, please make memorials at www.curesearchwalk.org/northeastohio/jedigino or to Akron Children’s Hospital, Oncology Dept., One Perkins Square, Akron 44308. After Gino Aliteri, 10, of Stow died Sunday afternoon after a two-year battle with cancer, Fishcreek PTA President Jen Taylor decided to start a porch light vigil to mourn his passing. People from across the country — in states as far as Texas — have commented …
Pollen count expected to remain high throughout the week.
Allergy sufferers, get out those tissues. You could be sniffling and sneezing all week. Grass pollen and dock in Stow is increasing because of drier air, according to Pollen.com. The Weather Channel forecasts moderate pollen counts until the end of the week in Stow. But if you can get outside, it will be an otherwise nice week to do it: mild temperatures today will yield warmer days throughout the week, and rain is not expected until Friday. Look for temperatures to peak at 70 today, 76 Tuesday and 81 Wednesday. For the full forecast, click here. How do you deal with allergies? Tell us in the comments.