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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Dave Ruller at Breakfast with the City Manager on April 25th.

City manager shares a shortstack and Kent City updates with citizens

Taylor Patterson April 28, 2018

Once a month, you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a shortstack with Kent’s city manager at Mike’s Place.Every fourth Wednesday of the month, residents gather at the local restaurant to ask questions...

Bowman Breakfast celebrates City of Kent and Kent State partnership

Laina Yost April 4, 2018

Leaders from the City of Kent and Kent State met for breakfast Wednesday morning with a panel to discuss university and town relations.The Facilities Master Plan was the main focus of the meeting. President...

Kent Area Chamber of Commerce hosts expo and taste of Kent

Francesca Barrett March 18, 2018

Theodore Roosevelt High School was buzzing with music and voices Saturday. The smell of food was wafting through the gymnasium.The Kent Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Business, Healthcare...

Kent Area Chamber of Commerce to host expo

Francesca Barrett March 16, 2018

On Saturday, the Kent Area Chamber of Commerce will host their annual Business, Healthcare and Community Expo and Taste of Kent.The KACC’s expo event is open to the community. The event will be hosting...

Kent State to host 54th Bowman Breakfast

Danielle Johnson March 27, 2017

Kent State focuses on local businesses that have a global impact at the 54th semiannual Bowman Breakfast scheduled for April 5 at 7:30 a.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.“The Bowman Breakfast brings...

Bob Oborn, a Kent State alumnus and president of Kent Elasomer Products, explains how his business has impacted the local and global economy at the Bowman Breakfast on Wednesday, April 1, 2015.

Local business owners share how they expand Kent’s global footprint

Madeleine Winer April 1, 2015

Rubber bands for braces, technology that stabilizes Buckingham Palace, material-handling equipment for the Marine Corps and liquid crystal technology that detects Ebola have one common element — they’re...

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