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Historic Edition:
November 6th, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 19

Akron Bugle receives three national awards in Philadelphia

The Akron Bugle received three national awards during a United Methodist Association of Communicators banquet on Friday, October 31.

Akron Little League Cheerleaders participate in two competitions

This year’s NOFA CheerZone Competition in Medina, on Sunday, October 12, 2003 was a huge success for Akron Little League Cheerleaders.

Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame inducts Richard “The Destroyer” Beyer

Richard “The Destroyer” Beyer was inducted into the 13th Annual Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame as a large Akron-Newstead contingent of friends joined family members in giving him a standing and loud ovation Wednesday night, October 29.

Akron teams recognized for good sportsmanship

Congratulations are extended to the Akron Field Hockey, Football, and Boys Cross Country Teams for their selection as Sportsmanship winners in their respective leagues.

Akron Fire Company preparing to purchase new truck

Akron Fire Chief Glenn Joachimiak met with Akron Village Board members Monday night to update them on a planned truck purchase.

Demolition of Mill St. Substation nears

Preparation for the demolition of the Mill St. Substation building is near completion.

Public gets first look at Parkview bridge proposals

Proposed plans for the Park View Bridge will be presented to the Akron-Newstead community this month.

Residency requirement changed in Village of Akron

A residency requirement for Village of Akron employees was changed with the adoption of a Local Law Monday night.

Summe, Glor, Chaffee, and Campbell successful in Town of Newstead election

Incumbents Town Supervisor Jerry Summe, Town Justice Richard Campbell, and Councilwoman Joan Glor, were returned to office in Tuesday’s election. Scott Chaffee, running for his first four-year term as Councilman, was also elected in the election which drew 2183 local voters.

Village Board affirms Chamber Cruise Nights

Akron Village Board members expressed support for Akron Chamber of Commerce summer Cruise Nights during their meeting Monday night.

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