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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Members of the Kent police and fire departments gather on the West Main Street Bridge to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Kent community commemorates the twentieth anniversary of 9/11

Sophie Young Reporter September 10, 2021

The honor guard’s three-volley salute broke the silence of a windy morning. A train horn sounded, accompanying bagpiper Ed Harrison’s rendition of Amazing Grace. Kent first responders, veterans and...

Black Squirrel Red Scarf

Chloe Zofchak February 13, 2021

The Kent State Hotel and Conference Center decorated for Main Street Kent’s Chocolate Walk. 

Shock, sympathy, criticism: World reacts to Trump infection

Lori Hinnant and Foster Klug Associated Press October 2, 2020

TOKYO (AP) — News that the world’s most powerful man was infected with the world’s most notorious disease dominated screens large and small, drawing instant reactions of shock, sympathy, undisguised...

Wolf One

Kent-raised Democrat runs for US Congress in Chicago

Ray Padilla June 27, 2017

Benjamin Thomas Wolf, 42, grew up in Kent, Ohio. He went to elementary, middle, high school and college here — something he believes shaped him into the person he is today.“Being from the midwest is...

Kent mayor Jerry Fiala gives a proclamation renaming what is known worldwide as Black Friday to Black Squirrel Friday in the city of Kent. The proclaimation stated Black Squirrel Friday will create an opportunity to show support for local business owners by spending the holiday dollars locally.

Shop small with local businesses

Kelsey Husnick November 25, 2014

Avoid the long lines and packed supermalls this weekend by using Black Friday and the following Saturday as an opportunity to shop local. Main Street Kent is sponsoring Black Squirrel Friday and Small...

City Council approves purchase of East College Avenue properties, addresses Ebola precautions in Kent

Joanna Kamvouris October 16, 2014

City Council approves purchase of East College Avenue properties, addresses Ebola precautions in KentKent City Council met Wednesday evening to approve the purchase of properties on East College Avenue...

City of Kent accepting nominees for volunteer awards

Grace Murray February 24, 2014

In preparation for April’s national volunteerism week, Kent officials are looking to recognize individuals whose volunteer efforts are bettering the community.Kent Mayor Jerry Fiala worked with Pete...

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