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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The Kent City council gathered for a virtual meeting Wednesday, June 4, 2021

City of Kent lifts COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings, repeals mask mandate

Rachel Gross Reporter June 8, 2021

The Kent City Council repealed two COVID-19 era ordinances in an almost unanimous vote as much of the state dropped their COVID-19 guidelines as well.The council met Wednesday, June 4 to discuss the repeal...

For the third and final question, the May 4th Task Force asked, What is the future of the May 4th Task Force given its past legacy? The results varied, with the ability for people to select multiple options. 

May 4th Task Force to continue, but the future is still uncertain

Gina Butkovich Editor In Chief Sara CrawfordOpinion editor May 3, 2021

The future of the May 4th Task Force has still not been finalized, but Task Force co-chairs Ethan Lower and Olivia Salter have stated that it will not be going away. “The people that we interviewed...

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Kaitlyn Finchler September 4, 2020

[From left to right] Freshmen political science majors Emma MacNiven, Sarah Mowder and freshman exploratory major Sara Pritchard hold signs in front of the Rock on Front Campus at a Black Lives Matter...

Members of the Kent Environmental Right Group, including Bonny Esparza, Kathy Schuman and Lee Brooker, attend a community event for speaker Gwen Fischer of Concerned Citizen Ohio on Sept. 15, 2014 at the Kent Free Library.

What the frack?! Ballot issue divides activists, city leaders

Matthew Merchant September 24, 2014

Come November, the city of Kent and Kent State University could begin a drastic social and environmental change in two possible ways.The first, in the eyes of city law director James Silver, would involve...

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