Jurors in the continuing criminal trial of a Hudson doctor watched a videotaped interview Monday of a patient who walked out on two police detectives after they repeatedly tried to tie her into a longtime affair during treatment sessions at the doctor’s pain management clinic.
For the past eight years, the Greater Akron Chamber has recognized 30 young professionals by giving each a “30 for the Future” award. Designed to show professionals ages 25 to 39 that the area values them and offers them opportunities, the awards are part of the chamber’s efforts to keep and attract young workers. Beacon Journal business writer Katie Byard is profiling five of the 2014 honorees, one on each Saturday in August. Today, we introduce you to Kurt Reed, 33, owner of Fairlawn School of Music and Hudson School of Music.
Other young go-getters among this year’s honorees for the Greater Akron Chamber “30 for the Future” award are: Danielle Hupp, Kent State University; Matthew Jentner, Jentner Wealth Management; Keri-Ann Kalavity, Gillmore Security Systems; Kurt Kleidon, Kleidon & Associates; and Jerel Klue, Signet Enterprises, LLC.
HUDSON: Bill Rich is troubled by the increasing number of tank cars he sees on the Norfolk Southern Corp. rail line in northern Summit County — rail cars that could be carrying highly volatile Bakken crude oil.