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Historic Edition:
May 5th, 2005
Vol. 24  No. 44
 

Neither Rain, Nor Snow, Nor Sleet

nor mud, nor County Park closures, nor any other challenge could keep Akron Soccer League from holding last weekend’s Kick It First Soccer Tournament. Thousands of soccer players and their families and friends filled the soccer fields at the Newstead Town Park and Akron Central School, as well as visited local restaurants and shops. Akron Thunder (U-16 girls) met the Clarence Mutiny under the lights at ACS on Friday night in a cold, but dry game. Abby Blasko puts forth a great effort as did all her teammates in their 1-0 loss. Coaches for the team are Mike Ciurzynski and Tim Cannon.


Modified Lacrosse team brings home first win of the season

The Akron Tigers modiifed lacrosse team brought home their first win of the season edging GOW with a 5-4 victory in another exciting contest.


Akron Airport receives grant from FAA

The US Department of Transportation has awarded $304,611 in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grants to the Akron Airport.


Kudos to Akron Soccer and shame on the County of Erie!

I wonder how many people reading this paper drove up Buell Street on Saturday and saw the goings on at the soccer fields?


Lightning plays Fire for bragging rights

The Men’s Thursday night basketball finals were all anyone could have imagined. The opener showcased the championship game with the Lightning playing the Fire for bragging rights.


Mayor continues fight to open Akron Falls Park

Mayor Ray Perkins is not taking “no” for an answer regarding the opening of Akron Falls Park.


Restroom dialog expected to continue

A dialog over how to meet the need for public restrooms in the Village of Akron without a negative impact on Russell Park is expected to continue.


Superintendent shares news of successful technology grant

Akron Central School’s selection as a recipient of a 2005 HP Teaching for Technology Grant was highlighted during Superintendent of Schools Ronald G. DeCarli’s “Points of Pride” during the April 26 regular Board of Education meeting.

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