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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

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Kent State police serve up pancakes to support local children

Carson Kleinman December 6, 2015

The Kent Police Department hosted its third annual pancake breakfast on Sunday at the Applebee’s in Stow to raise money for local children for the holidays.“We had a very successful morning,” said...

JB’s in downtown Kent to be turned into a nightclub

Carson Kleinman December 1, 2015

JB’s, located on N. Water Street next to Brewhouse in Downtown Kent, is undergoing changes over the holiday season and will reopen Jan. 21 as a nightclub.JB’s was recently revamped, adding a new sound...

Kent PD participates in Movember

Carson Kleinman November 29, 2015

Members of the Kent Police Department are participating in No Shave November to raise money and awareness for serious men’s health issues.Officers have joined the Movember Foundation, a global charity...

Costumed partygoers cross traffic in downtown Kent on their way to the Zephyr Pub for the Halloween festivities on Oct. 31, 2015.

Kent Police arrest 45 people on Halloween

Carson Kleinman, Dana Miller November 2, 2015

The Kent City Police arrested 45 people over Halloween weekend for charges including trespassing, burglary, public intoxication, drug possession, prohibitions, assaults and domestic violence.A total of...

Police officers from Kent State, Kent City, and Brimfield were stationed in and around Downtown Kent for the annual Halloween festivities Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013. Some officers were on duty until as early as 7 a.m. to make sure rowdy partygoers did not get out of hand.

Staying safe on Halloween

Carson Kleinman October 15, 2015

Halloween is a day that many students love to dress up and celebrate, but the police want students to know how to stay safe this holiday.Lieutenant Joe Hendry of the Kent State Police Department said it...

Students toss papers with names of perpetrators into a fire outside of the M.A.C. Center during Take Back the Night on Monday, Oct. 5, 2015.

Sexual and relationship violence support services host take back the night march

Carson Kleinman October 6, 2015

More than 50 students gathered at the M.A.C. Center to join the Take Back The Night vigil and march on Monday.Take Back The Night is an event hosted by the office of Sexual & Relationship Violence...

Take Back the Night raises awareness about sexual assault

Carson Kleinman September 30, 2015

The Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services (SRVSS) will be hosting a march in front of the M.A.C. Center called Take Back the Night, giving a voice to those impacted by sexual assault...

The intersection of Summit Street and West Campus Center Drive on Wednesday Sept 16, 2015.

Future plans for Summit Street set to improve traffic flow

Carson Kleinman September 17, 2015

A $17.5 million street improvement project will begin this year to alter a one-mile stretch of Summit Street, from Loop Road to Lincoln Street.This construction, which is divided into two phases, is projected...

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