Local Business owner Frey Canty talks about her fitness studio and her new business venture
For one Lakeview teacher and mother-of-three, it wasn’t a choice. After a four month battle with Covid, she reunited with family and friends, recounting her struggles while also looking toward the future.
A local flower shop owner is getting ready for what she calls the “super bowl” holiday of the year. Our reporter Gabby Jonas spoke to the owner of Acorn and Evergreen on why she has a passion for petals.
Tim Ziegenfuss originally found his passion for health in his early high school days. In high school, Ziegenfuss was an athlete who was always looking to up his game and health over opponents. He took a class that really sparked his passion for physiology and everything came very naturally for him. Ziegenfuss would go on to Lockhaven for an undergraduate in health sciences, Purdue for his master’s in exercise physiology, and got his Ph.D. at Kent State University. Dr. Ziegenfuss…
Daisy Cakes Cake Pops have become a popular treat around Kent. The business has grown rapidly over the past couple of years and they now have over 14,000 followers on Instagram. TV2’s Anna Louden spoke with Daisy Cakes owner Amy Mucha about her business and how it has become quite a success.
Mo Darowich is the founder and owner of Chilly Kicks, and Chilly Kicks opened in July of 2019.
Student are overjoyed that Kent State’s campus has let students come back for the first semester since last year due to the Covid-19 outbreak, here’s Jalen Bankston with more on the story.
THE NEW TEXTURES EXHIBIT AT THE KENT STATE UNIVERSITY´S FASHION MUSEUM, EXPLORES BLACK HISTORY OF HAIR. RAYGENE ENGLISH HAS MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE EXHIBIT.
The Outpost in Kent reopens in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Concert venues cross northeast Ohio reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only are fans of live music ready to return to shows but musicians as well. Marz Anderson reports.
FLU SEASON IS COMING UP THIS FALL WHILE COVID IS STILL ON THE RISE ON KENT STATE’S MAIN CAMPUS. WITH BOTH ILLNESSES STICKING AROUND THIS FALL–IT COULD POSSIBLY HAVE AN IMPACT WITH THE FALL SEMESTER. TV2’S KELSEY DRENNEN HAS THE STORY.