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Join the Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park as they honor the brave men and women, who paid the ultimate price for our freedom, with a Memorial Day Candlelight Vigil.
The vigil will be Monday, May 30, 8 p.m., at the Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park, 8005 Cleveland-Massillon Road, Clinton. Colonel Charles Ikins, United States Marine Corps Reserve, Retired will be the special guest speaker.
Please bring glow-sticks or battery operated candles. If bringing real candles, please light and hold them over the grassy areas only to avoid dripping wax on the memorial pavers.
For information, visit www.ovmp.org or call 330-773-2385.
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The Summit County Medical Examiner and the Akron Police Department are investigating the homicide of a 24 year-old male.
On May 25, at approximately 11:15 p.m., the victim was at a residence in the 1000 block of Edmeyer Court when he was shot multiple times by a unknown suspect. The victim was transported to Akron General Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead at 11:58 p.m., May 25.
Once positive identification is made an update will be given.
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For this Throwback Thursday, here's something a bit different! Old receipts from Herald subscriber Gertrude Weckman dating back to the 1920s-30s.
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Several festival goers have submitted their photos taken at the Herald selfie booth. Check them out on our website, where you can submit your own!:

http://www.barbertonherald.com/14659/1803/8365/photoalbum/cherry-blossom-2016
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The Barberton Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in a rash of lawn mower thefts over the past month.
In a May 20 incident on the most northern portion of 17th Street NW, a male driving a grey or silver Nissan Rogue pulled into the victim’s driveway in broad daylight and stole their lawn mower. When the suspect approached to grab the mower, he put on a hoody and to cover his face.
Tipsters or anyone with an idea of who the culprit may be are asked to call Detective Russell at 330-861-7254.
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County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh announced today that Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge Tammy O’Brien sentenced David Quarterman, 19, of Edmeyer Court in Akron, to 14 years in prison for his role in two separate cases, including the shooting death of a 17-year-old.

On February 19, 2016, Quarterman pled guilty to the following charges:

Complicity to Commit Voluntary Manslaughter – a felony of the 1st degree
Aggravated Robbery – a felony of the 1st degree

In February of 2015, Quarterman was walking down an alley toward Colfax Place in Akron with two other teens, 19-year-old Marcus Price and 17-year-old Ahmed Hill. Eyewitnesses said they heard several gunshots and saw two men running from the scene. Police arrived and found Hill shot twice in the head.

A Summit County jury found Price guilty of Tampering with Evidence. Price was sentenced on May 18, 2016 to three years in prison.

In the other case, Quarterman admitted to robbing three men at an Akron home. Quarterman also admitted to shooting one of the three victims in the leg. His 18-year-old brother Davaughn is currently facing charges of Aggravated Burglary, Aggravated Robbery, and Felonious Assault in the case.
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May's Change for Change event is this evening, Friday, May 27, 4:30-7 p.m., at Hodge’s Cafe 897 Wooster Road W., Barberton. Proceeds from this event will go to Youth in Action. For information, call 330-848-6719.
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The streets in the area of Fourth Street NE and E. Paige Avenue are closed. Due to police activity, avoid the area if possible. Details to follow.
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The intersection of Manchester and Center roads in New Franklin is closed while multiple departments finish extinguishing a fire at Van’s Tire. One person was injured. Please avoid the area.
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The driver was taken to the hospital after his vehicle went off the east side of Medina Line Road and into the Silver Creek Metro Park lake. He was the only one in the vehicle.
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Lockhart Concrete will be closing the Van Buren Road Bridge in New Franklin on May 25th for a bridge rehabilitation project. http://ow.ly/d/4NT9
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