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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...

Kent and Akron football players run down the field at Dix Stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Photo by Morgan McGrath.

Golden Flashes polled to win Mid-American Conference East division

Kelsey Paulus Reporter August 13, 2021

The Kent State Golden Flashes football team has been polled to be the winners of the Mid-American Conference East Division. The Flashes have been on the upswing for the past few years under the direction...

A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said. The death marks the first in the state, but raises even more concern about the safety and regulation of e-cigarettes.

A sixth person died from vaping-related lung disease. Here’s what you need to know

By Jacqueline Howard, CNN September 11, 2019

Originally Published: 10 SEP 19 19:21 ETUpdated: 11 SEP 19 08:29 ET    (CNN) -- A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said Tuesday....

New Academic Center takes off at Kent State Airport

Nick Lavrisiuk and Erin Simonek September 7, 2019

New Academic Center opens at Kent State AirportFedEx Aeronautics Academic Center takes off at the Kent State Airport from Erin Simonek on Vimeo.Kent State’s new aeronautics facility is officially open...

Chris McPherson, a firefighter with the Windham and Garrettsville fire departments, inspects the water level inside the clearwater well at the Windham Water Department in Windham, Ohio, on Oct. 17, 2018. Over 250,000 gallons of water had to be pumped out of the well after a drinking water advisory went into effect Monday due to high manganese levels. “They said it will be better by the end of the day,” said McPherson. “This altogether, I don’t think this will be fixed for another three weeks.”

Village of Windham lifts drinking advisory after manganese scare

Carter E. Adams October 19, 2018

The Village of Windham lifted a drinking water advisory on Thursday, one that was put in place by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency following extensive testing of the manganese levels in the water.Chronic...

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