The Department of Education had warned districts statewide to brace themselves because results are down this year.
Trending from 89.7 WKSU
From the WKSU Newsroom
The 1993 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee spent two decades working on the book.
The community development entity accepts its biggest allocation of tax credits ever.
Despite home construction typically dipping during cold weather, the inventory is expected to rise slightly because of the white hot housing market.
The bill is officially on hold, for now.
The team says it's considering improving accessibility at First Energy Stadium, but fans who are calling for better accommodations say they are still waiting for change.
Festivities are planned for today and tomorrow in Akron. The festival is open to the general public.
- Summit County is Offering Booster Shots Starting This Week
- Abandoned Canton Airport Puts Drone in Its Place: on the Ground. OH Really?
- More Woolly Aphids in the Yard This Year? OH Really?
- The Northern Border Re-opens Today, But What If You Want to Travel to the U.S. from Canada?
- You Can Get a Replacement Vaccine Card. OH Really?
The View from Pluto
- Browns Quarterback Baker Mayfield is Taking the Heat for the Team's Struggles. Is it Fair?
- Ushering in the Guardians Era and Honoring the 100-Year Legacy of the Indians
- 'One of Their Finest Moments': Playoff Baseball Returns to Akron After 2020 Shutdown
- 'Tough, Smart, Accountable': The Browns' 2020 Mantra Carries into a New Season with Bigger Expectations
- Behind the Trade That Sent Cavs Hometown Fan Favorite Larry Nance Jr. to Portland
- The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Turns the Spotlight on Cleveland's Music Scene
- Holden Laurence Releases 'Cathartic' New EP
- Shuffle's Most Anticipated New Releases of Fall 2021
- Eclectic Musical Duo Sunflurry Flee New Orleans and Grow New Roots in Akron
- Since 'The Voice' Fame, Cleveland's Emily Keener Shows Independence, Growth with Latest Album