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  1. Final stage of Towpath Trail construction to start in June - cleveland.com

    Final stage of Towpath Trail construction to start in June  cleveland.com

    Construction on the fourth and final stage of the Towpath Trail in Cleveland is expected to begin in June.

  2. See how the Towpath Trail now connects Steelyard Commons to Merwin's Wharf - cleveland.com

    See how the Towpath Trail now connects Steelyard Commons to Merwin's Wharf  cleveland.com

    Opening Day for Trails gave hundreds of cyclists a preview of the newly-completed and future sections of the Towpath.

  3. $20,000 grant will help begin work on Towpath Trail in New Philadelphia - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    $20,000 grant will help begin work on Towpath Trail in New Philadelphia  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    The $20000 donation should be enough money to build a small portion of the trail, from the new boat ramp on S. Broadway to the fence around Gradall on Mill...

  4. Bicycle poker ride to benefit trail projects - News - The Repository - Canton, OH - Canton Repository

    Bicycle poker ride to benefit trail projects - News - The Repository - Canton, OH  Canton Repository

    MASSILLON Massillon Area Greenways, the Stark County Bicycle Club and Ernie's Bicycle Shop will sponsor the Canalway Bicycle Poker Ride on the Ohio...

  5. Canal Clean Sweep starts towpath trail cleanup - Utica Observer Dispatch

    Canal Clean Sweep starts towpath trail cleanup  Utica Observer Dispatch

    The Chenango Canal Association (CCA) hosts the 13th annual Canal Clean Sweep from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 20. Anyone who loves the...

  6. Nature challenge events offer friendly competition - News - Canton Repository

    Nature challenge events offer friendly competition - News  Canton Repository

    Stark Parks will present four different City Nature Challenge programs at the end of the month.The City Nature Challenge is a friendly competition between cities...

  7. Cuyahoga Valley visitor center to open in fall - Akron Beacon Journal

    Cuyahoga Valley visitor center to open in fall  Akron Beacon Journal

    The Cuyahoga Valley National Park's new Boston Mill Visitor Center is scheduled to open in October.Construction at the historic building is moving along, with...

  8. Trumbull County Metroparks one step closer to completing bike path - WFMJ

    Trumbull County Metroparks one step closer to completing bike path  WFMJ

    With summer approaching bike enthusiasts are ready to hit the trails and in Trumbull County the fourth and final phase of what's called the “Western Reserve...

  9. Suspects confess to vandalism in Cuyahoga Valley National Park - Akron Beacon Journal

    Suspects confess to vandalism in Cuyahoga Valley National Park  Akron Beacon Journal

    Authorities say suspects have confessed to vandalizing an area of Stumpy Basin in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.Park spokesperson Pam Barnes said she...

  10. Akron Ohio News - CVNP signals river restoration projects - Akron Leader Publications

    Akron Ohio News - CVNP signals river restoration projects  Akron Leader Publications

    Akron, Ohio This year the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) is celebrating one of the nation's most remarkable environmental...

  11. Kyle Kutuchief: Small wins bring big change to Akron - Akron Beacon Journal

    Kyle Kutuchief: Small wins bring big change to Akron  Akron Beacon Journal

    Can you feel it? No, not the jackhammers of Main Street construction. I'm talking about the comeback of the city of Akron. We are at a tipping point: one taking us...

  12. Cuyahoga Valley National Park hit by vandalism - Akron Beacon Journal

    Cuyahoga Valley National Park hit by vandalism  Akron Beacon Journal

    The Cuyahoga Valley National Park is asking for the public's help in finding out who vandalized an area of Stumpy Basin.Vandals spray painted graffiti and...

  13. Cuyahoga County executive talks about trees, synchronized traffic lights and a 'power island' during State of the County address - cleveland.com

    Cuyahoga County executive talks about trees, synchronized traffic lights and a 'power island' during State of the County address  cleveland.com

    Planting trees, installing charging stations for electric vehicles and establishing a redundant power supply were among the initiatives proposed Thursday by...

  14. National Park Service Announces Projects to Renew Cuyahoga River - National Parks Traveler

    National Park Service Announces Projects to Renew Cuyahoga River  National Parks Traveler

    Though this year marks the 50th anniversary of the environmental recovery of the Cuyahoga River in Ohio, there's still much work to do to improve the river that...

  15. Earth Day 2019: Mostly free events include festivals, woodsy walks and fun kids' activities - PennLive.com

    Earth Day 2019: Mostly free events include festivals, woodsy walks and fun kids' activities  PennLive.com

    Earth Day is Monday, April 22. Here are numerous events in central Pa. for people of all ages to celebrate our planet.

  16. Report Shows Reimagining the Civic Commons Project is Helping Revitalize Akron Neighborhoods - WKSU News

    Report Shows Reimagining the Civic Commons Project is Helping Revitalize Akron Neighborhoods  WKSU News

    Akron's Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition is making progress in its effort to revitalize declining neighborhoods. The John S. and James L. Knight.

  17. Restaurant Review: Bocca Grande still a hit after all these years - Canton Repository

    Restaurant Review: Bocca Grande still a hit after all these years  Canton Repository

    The restaurant is unpretentious and casually rustic inside. What's not to like about a place with so many housemade options?

  18. Akron Ohio News - Enjoying spring in CVNP - Akron Leader Publications

    Akron Ohio News - Enjoying spring in CVNP  Akron Leader Publications

    Akron, Ohio Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) is a year-round destination for trail activities. You can walk, jog, run, bicycle...

  19. Neighborhood Watch: A wave of optimism at Akron's Summit Lake - Crain's Cleveland Business

    Neighborhood Watch: A wave of optimism at Akron's Summit Lake  Crain's Cleveland Business

    From Crain's Akron Business: Summit Lake has long been one of Akron's most challenged neighborhoods. A recent environmental report and a spate of...

  20. MetroHealth breaks ground on new hospital - Crain's Cleveland Business

    MetroHealth breaks ground on new hospital  Crain's Cleveland Business

    MetroHealth is breaking ground on its new hospital at the West 25th Street main campus, the next major step of the system's campus transformation.

  21. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - News - Utica Observer Dispatch

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - News  Utica Observer Dispatch

    Letter guidelinesThe Mid-York Weekly welcomes Letters to the Editor from the readership. However, all letters must be as brief as possible (approximately 300...

  22. Sites to see | Northeastern PA's Entertainment Site - The570

    Sites to see | Northeastern PA's Entertainment Site  The570

    Enjoy natural wonders, activities at local posts during National Park Week. Enjoy the outdoors, learn some history and celebrate “America's best idea” during the...

  23. Race to feature green beer, corned beef for participants - Massillon Independent

    Race to feature green beer, corned beef for participants  Massillon Independent

    CANAL FULTON Race Brimstone will host its inaugural race, the Get Lucky 50/50 Ultra, Saturday, starting at 7 a.m. at St. Helena Park.The race offers runners a...

  24. RTA approves Carnegie Management to make plans for a mixed use complex near Red Line Greenway Trail - cleveland.com

    RTA approves Carnegie Management to make plans for a mixed use complex near Red Line Greenway Trail  cleveland.com

    The Regional Transit Authority board today approved a non-binding letter of intent with Carnegie Management and Development of Westlake to develop a...

  25. Summit Metro Parks sergeant disciplined after ranger grazed by bullet - Akron Beacon Journal

    Summit Metro Parks sergeant disciplined after ranger grazed by bullet  Akron Beacon Journal

    A Summit Metro Parks sergeant will be suspended for three weeks without pay after an investigation found he failed to replace the safety on his rifle, which...

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