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Barberton's sources of news include daily newspapers from major cities, such as the Akron Beacon Journal and the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, as well as the local weekly newspaper, the Barberton Herald, which ceased publication on December 29, 2022. Transportation. Barberton station was a train station along the Erie Railroad main line.
Profession. Lawyer. Todd McKenney (born October 11, 1963) is a Judge of the Barberton Municipal Court in Summit County. McKenney formerly served as a Judge of the Summit County Common Pleas Court, Probate and General Division. He was formerly a member of the Ohio General Assembly, serving the 43rd District from January 3, 2011 until resigning ...
Kenneth R. Cox (born October 8, 1928) is an Ohio Democratic politician and a former member of the Ohio General Assembly. Life. Born in Ohio in 1928, Cox attended the University of Akron. He was serving as mayor of Barberton, Ohio, when he opted to run for an open seat in the Ohio House of Representatives in 1972.
An aerial photo of the Barberton Veteran's Memorial at Lake Anna Park in Barberton, Ohio. Lake Anna Park is a 21-acre (85,000 m 2) park around a spring-fed, 10-acre (40,000 m 2) lake, and is located in the center of downtown Barberton, Ohio . Lake Anna was formed by natural geology, left after the last ice age.
Published October 4, 2022 at 12:23 PM. Summa Health System is closing Barberton Hospital's labor and delivery unit in mid-November and relocating maternity services to its Akron City Hospital ...
Barberton chicken, also known as Serbian fried chicken, is a style of fried chicken native to the city of Barberton in Summit County, Ohio. It is a distinctive Serbian-American style served in several mainly Serbian -owned restaurants in Barberton and nearby Norton and increasingly in other surrounding communities.
The Akron Barberton Cluster Railway (reporting mark AB) is a Class III railroad that operates on 73 miles (117 km) of track in and around Akron, Ohio.. History. ABC Railway's beginnings trace back to the organization of the Akron and Barberton Belt Railroad (ABB) which had been formed in the late 19th century.