Kelly KrabillNews Intern
Kelly Krabill is a senior journalism major at Kent State and will be graduating Spring 2022. She is a general assignment editor for the student-run newspaper, Kent Stater. She has also worked as a copy editor, opinion writer and photographer. She already holds a photography degree and worked in the health insurance field almost 12 years before returning back to school to receive a second bachelor’s degree. With her minor being in nonprofit studies, she hopes to work in a nonprofit newsroom as a multi-media reporter who tells stories about the local community.
A new farm has turned vacant land productive, but restrictions within city limits is hindering its growth.
Mayor Dan Horrigan has introduced a five-point plan that draws on the city's American Rescue Plan Act funding.
Minorities have only nine out of the 114 current licenses.