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KentWired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

Townhall II is located at 155 N Water Street in downtown Kent.

Townhall II opens new location in Ravenna to acknowledge community needs

Savana Capp, Reporter June 19, 2024

Townhall II, an integrated health network that provides mental health and recovery treatment services to Portage County, opened a new location on North Chestnut Street last Wednesday to better serve the...

Out Support Medina volunteers and guests at a pride event in July, 2023. 
(Courtesy of Out Support Medina)

LGBTQ+ activists unpack life before same sex marriage was legalized

Savana Capp, Reporter June 1, 2024

A tacky plastic flower arch covered in a thick layer of dust in front of a clerk of courts is not everyone’s dream wedding. Before same-sex marriage was legalized, it was Ken Ditlevson's legal marriage....

Student moms work to balance school, parenting

Savana Capp, Print Planner May 6, 2024

A blaring alarm sounds at 6:20 a.m. in a household of three. A mother begins her day by waking up her two young children. With some pushback, the three of them each get ready for school. After two long...

The Williamson House is located at the corner of Main Street and Midway Drive on campus.

Campus support group provides safe space for students dealing with sexual violence

Savana Capp, Print Planner April 17, 2024

One in five college women experience unwanted sexual contact, according to a study from the National Library of Medicine.  In Kent State's 2023 Annual Security Report, there were 12 reported cases...

Amy Mucha stands in the doorway of her shop, Daisy Pops, with her favorite cake pop, Fruity Pebbles. Mucha retired from teaching in 2021 from Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy to open her shop less than a year ago.

Hobby to hustle: Woman-owned business thrives in downtown

Savana Capp, Print Planner March 8, 2024

From teaching to baking, the change of career and heart for one Kent woman drives her new passion. Amy Mucha is the owner of Daisy Pops, a cake pop bakery, which opened downtown in April of last year....

THIS OR THAT: Valentines Day is hyped the perfect amount

THIS OR THAT: Valentine’s Day is hyped the perfect amount

KentWired Editorial Board February 14, 2024

This opinion was written by Matthew Brown, Savana Capp, Addison Foreman, Taina Rivera, Hannah Saadey, Isabella Schreck, Savana Capp, Audrey Trevarthan and Anneliese White from KentWired’s editorial board....

American Heart Association visits a Libraries With Heart kick-off event in Mahoning County.

National Heart Month inspires women to take care of their hearts

Savana Capp, Print Planner February 9, 2024

Every February, the American Heart Association urges people, especially women, to take care of their hearts by celebrating National Heart Month. While cardiovascular disease is the number one killer...

THIS OR THAT: The Super Bowl: Less football, more entertainment

THIS OR THAT: The Super Bowl: Less football, more entertainment

KentWired Editorial Board February 3, 2024

This opinion was written by Kelsie Horner, Audrey Trevarthan, Aden Graves, Jackson Small, Taina Rivera, Casey Schroth, Hannah Saadey, Savana Capp, Annalexis Davis, Addison Foreman, Anneliese White, Emily...

Cars travel down a stretch of Lake Street that was the site of an accident on Jan. 22, 2024 where one Kent man was killed and two others injured.  This stretch of road, near Edgewood Drive, was closed for several hours starting just before 9:00 p.m. on Jan. 22, right after the accident.

Two vehicle crash leaves one dead in Kent

Savana Capp, Reporter January 23, 2024

One Kent man suffered fatal injuries after a car accident Monday night on Lake Street near Edgewood Drive.  William Williams, 55, was in the passenger seat of a Chevrolet Malibu that hit the back of...

Bartender Stephanie Pullella cuts limes in preparation for the daily opening at Bar Lucci on Nov. 18, 2023.

‘They saved our ass’: Bar Lucci attributes success to students

Savana Capp, General Assignment Editor December 9, 2023

Bar Lucci, owned by brothers Peter and Jon Finley, has been a bar hop spot in downtown Kent for about a year and a half – but the bar hasn’t always been so popular.  Jon Finley said he and his...

THIS OR THAT: It’s already the holiday season, so turn up the tunes

THIS OR THAT: It’s already the holiday season, so turn up the tunes

KentWired Editorial Board November 19, 2023

This opinion was written by Savana Capp, Annalexis Davis, Isabella Schreck, Grace Springer and Emily Yanchak from KentWired’s editorial board. After reading this article and its companion article, be...

THIS OR THAT: No more tricks this Halloween, please

THIS OR THAT: No more tricks this Halloween, please

KentWired Editorial Board October 31, 2023

This opinion was written by Savana Capp, Isabella Schreck, Grace Springer, Anneliese White and Emily Yanchak from KentWired’s editorial board. After reading this article and its companion article, be...

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