Thursday, May 3, 2012
The winner will be announced Saturday
This week, we have just two nominees for the Reader's Choice poll on who offers the best Mother's Day brunch in Kent. The nominees are: So here's how it works: Vote for your favorite place in our poll below. In the event of a tie, the nominee with the most favorable reviews and comments on their Patch Places directory will win. Click on the links above to visit the nominees' directory listings. Make sure to vote by 5 p.m. Friday. Local Editor Matt Fredmonsky will decide the winner by the most number of votes. We will announce the winner on Saturday. Remember, we take nominations for our Reader's Choice picks starting each Monday, so when you see our weekly post add your nominee. Get voting!
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Kent Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast set for May 10 at Pufferbelly
Kathleen Clyde, State Rep. for the 68th Ohio House District, will be the guest speaker at the Kent Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly breakfast on Thursday, May 10, at the Pufferbelly. Clyde spoke at a chamber breakfast last spring that set an attendance record at more than 90 people. Early reservations are encouraged as space is limited and are due no later than May 8. Networking begins at 7:30 a.m., with breakfast (a pre-set menu) at 8 a.m. followed by the program. Cost is $15 for KACC members; $20 for guests and potential members. Walk-ins will be charged an additional $5. Call 330-673-9855 or register via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Kent's representative in the Ohio House gave business owners a brief update on SB5 last week
State Rep. Kathleen Clyde, a Kent resident, talked with members of the Kent Area Chamber of Commerce during a breakfast meeting last week about a number of issues in Columbus, including the controversial Senate Bill 5. During the chamber breakfast, Clyde gave a brief update on the issue. Clyde issued the following brief statement shortly after the bill passed in March: "Senate Bill 5 eliminates statutory rights granted to middle class workers nearly 30 years ago, violates their constitutional rights, and does nothing to create jobs," Clyde said. "In fact, it virtually guarantees further job losses. House Republicans worked on this bill behind closed doors for 3 weeks and then rushed through their changes in 1 day with no input, no …
Friday, March 4, 2011
Select local and national chains offer discounts for the family
Great prices don't discriminate between small local restaurants and corporate giants. Our deals this week prove that. Here are some inexpensive meals for you at the counters of local operations as well as one national chain. 1. On Tap Grille & Bar Featuring specials seven days a week, including wing discounts on two separate days. This local restaurant chain has four stores in the area, with the closest in Stow. They also have live music on Thursdays and karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays. Deals: Monday – Gyros & Fries $6.99, Regular Wings .49cents 5 p.m. to close, Boneless Wings .39 cents 5 p.m. to close. Tuesday – 1/2 lb. Burger & Fries $6.99. Wednesday – Chicken Sandwich & Fries $6.99. Thursday – Chicken Wraps & Fries $6.99, Greek Salad $…