Thanks to its college town atmosphere and quaint, local feel, Kent is an eclectic city that offers great entertainment and a place to call home to both students and families. Kent State University — with roughly 29,000 students, about 6,500 of whom live on campus — helps put the city on the map, offering added perks for residents and attracting businesses.
Whether your family is considering a move to Kent, staying for just a day or taking part in a campus visit, there is plenty to see and do in the city.
Akron offers all the appeal of a larger city without big-city attitude. It’s the perfect place in Northeast Ohio to catch a ball game, grab dinner and listen to live music at venues that all are within walking distance of each other. The city's variety of attractions and walkability make it a perfect destination for families. ...
As parents of two daughters, a rambunctious 3-year-old and an infant born just this past September, my husband Kevin and I quickly learned how finding time for ourselves as a couple has become more and more challenging. As our five-year wedding anniversary approached in November, we decided that the best way to celebrate it was indulging in some “us” time. We would renew our vows at the very place it all began — in Chagrin Falls.
Kevin proposed to me in September 2008 on a park bench right in front of the beautiful waterfalls. He patiently waited for me to finish my ice cream cone from The Popcorn Shop (53 N. Main St.) before getting down on one knee and asking me to marry him. We spent the night listening and dancing to live music at the Greenville Inn (7150 Pine St.) with our families that evening.