Stow, Ohio

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, that was known earlier as Wetmore Pond or Stow Lake. Stow Township was formally organized in 1808 with the first election held in 1811. 1808 was also the year it was made part of the original Portage County (Portage County, Ohio). It remained as part of Portage County until it was included in the new Summit County (Summit County, Ohio) in 1840. multipurpose trail, one of the first "rails to trails" conversions in the county Bike & Hike Trail with trailheads in Sagamore Hills (Sagamore Hills Township, Summit County, Ohio), Northfield Center (Northfield Center Township, Summit County, Ohio), Boston Heights (Boston Heights, Ohio), Stow (Stow, Ohio), Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio), and Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) The 33.5-mile Bike & Hike Trail was one of the first "rails to trails" conversions in the country. It follows the course of the old Akron, Bedford & Cleveland (ABC) Railroad, which was the longest electric railroad of its kind when it was built in 1895. Until service was discontinued in 1932, riders could travel for 50 cents from Akron to Cleveland’s Public Square in about 2.5 hours. Today, east of Route 91 in Munroe Falls, the Bike & Hike Trail parallels a scenic section of the Cuyahoga River where great blue herons, Canada geese and a variety of ducks can be seen. A small pond along the north side of the trail annually hosts a chorus of spring peepers. South of Boston Mills Road in Boston Heights, the Sharon Conglomerate rock walls of the Boston Ledges rise along the trail. Farther north, the trail travels along Brandywine Road. A parking area adjacent to the bridge over I-271 offers rest and a view of Brandywine Falls which, at 75 feet, is one of the highest waterfalls in Ohio. Falls High School''' ('''SMFHS''') — often referred to as '''Stow High School''' ('''SHS''') — is a Public school (government funded) public high school (Secondary education in the United States#High schools) located in Stow (Stow, Ohio), Ohio, a suburb of Akron (Akron, Ohio) in Northeast Ohio. With an enrollment of nearly 2,000 students and a staff of more than 160, it is the only high school in the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District. SMFHS mostly serves the cities of Stow (Stow, Ohio) and Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio), but also neighboring portions of Cuyahoga Falls (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio), Franklin Township (Franklin Township, Portage County, Ohio), Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) and Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio). '''Stow-Munroe Falls High School''' ('''SMFHS''') — often referred to as '''Stow High School''' ('''SHS''') — is a public (Public school (government funded)) high school (Secondary education in the United States#High schools) located in Stow (Stow, Ohio), Ohio, a suburb of Akron (Akron, Ohio) in Northeast Ohio. With an enrollment of nearly 2,000 students and a staff of more than 160, it is the only high school in the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District. SMFHS mostly serves the cities of Stow (Stow, Ohio) and Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio), but also neighboring portions of Cuyahoga Falls (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio), Franklin Township (Franklin Township, Portage County, Ohio), Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) and Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio). Weber played high-school football at Stow, Ohio, with NFL Hall of Famer and Miami Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka. A roommate of Devo co-founder Bob Lewis (Bob Lewis (musician)), Weber fronted the band in its initial performance in the Recital Hall during Kent State University's Creative Arts Festival in 1973. The route is known as "Canton Road" from its southern terminus to just north of its interchange with Interstate 76 (Interstate 76 (Ohio)) (Canton Road continues south as County Route 66 Official Summit County 2005 Highway Map, Summit County Engineer , a former portion of State Route 8 (State Route 8 (Ohio))). North of this interchange, it is called "Darrow Road" until it enters the city of Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio), where it is named "South Avenue" south of the Tallmadge Circle, and "North Avenue" north of the circle. It next passes through the Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio) village limits and is known as "South Main Street" and "North Main Street." It becomes "Darrow Road" once again in the city of Stow (Stow, Ohio) and for its remaining length in Summit County (Summit County, Ohio), aside from within the Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) city limits, where it is "South" and "North Main Street."


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, Ohio Stow and Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio), but also neighboring portions of Cuyahoga Falls (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio), Franklin Township (Franklin Township, Portage County, Ohio), Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) and Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio). Weber played high-school football at Stow, Ohio, with NFL Hall of Famer and Miami Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka. A roommate of Devo co-founder Bob Lewis (Bob Lewis (musician)), Weber fronted


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are also lit for nighttime play. Stow is also home to the Roses Run Country Club, which overlooks a section of the Cuyahoga River. In 2006 it was ranked the 18th most challenging 18-hole golf course in Northeast Ohio by the Northern Ohio Golf Association. Roses Run Country Club Fox Den Golf Course is another 18 hole 72 par golf course located in the eastern part of Stow and is owned and operated by the city of Stow. In 2009 it was named


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as one of the top-ten golf courses in Northeast Ohio by the ''Akron Beacon Journal''. Fox Den Golf Course The Summit County MetroParks Bike and Hike trail runs through Stow beginning near the Pambi Farm Estates and Roses Run Country Club. The paved Bike & Hike Trail parallels a scenic section of the Cuyahoga River where great blue herons, Canada geese, ducks, turtles and white-tailed

the course of the old Akron, Bedford & Cleveland (ABC) Railroad, which was the longest electric railroad of its kind when it was built in 1895. Until service was discontinued in 1932, riders could travel for 50 cents from Akron to Cleveland’s Public Square in about 2.5 hours. Today, east of Route 91 in Munroe Falls, the Bike & Hike Trail parallels a scenic section of the Cuyahoga River where great blue herons, Canada geese and a variety of ducks can be seen. A small pond along the north side


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established_title Founded established_date 1804

tracks were laid in the former canal bed as part of a single line owned by the Pittsburgh and Western Railroad. These tracks were doubled in 1900 following the purchase of the railroad by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. '''Silver Lake''' is a village (United States


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year 2010 work SMFSchools.org publisher Stow-Munroe Falls City School District accessdate August 6, 2010 Media Stow is served by a local newspaper — the ''Stow Sentry'' — published weekly by Record Publishing Co. Maintained by the area


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the band in its initial performance in the Recital Hall during Kent State University's Creative Arts Festival in 1973. The route is known as "Canton Road" from its southern terminus to just north of its interchange with Interstate 76 (Interstate 76 (Ohio)) (Canton Road continues south as County Route 66 Official Summit County 2005 Highway Map, Summit County Engineer , a former portion of State Route 8 (State Route 8 (Ohio))). North of this interchange, it is called "Darrow Road" until it enters the city of Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio), where it is named "South Avenue" south of the Tallmadge Circle, and "North Avenue" north of the circle. It next passes through the Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio) village limits and is known as "South Main Street" and "North Main Street." It becomes "Darrow Road" once again in the city of Stow (Stow, Ohio) and for its remaining length in Summit County (Summit County, Ohio), aside from within the Hudson (Hudson, Ohio) city limits, where it is "South" and "North Main Street."


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pennohio.htm&date 2009-10-25+23:48:48 archivedate 2009-10-26 Also in 1840, Munroe Falls was made part of the new Summit County (Summit County, Ohio). Perrin, p. 229 In 1866, the old gristmill was purchased by the Cleveland Paper Company and refitted for paper manufacturing. The building burned down approximately 1–2 years later and the present factory - today owned by Sonoco Products - was built on the same site. In 1884 railroad

Stow, Ohio

'''Stow''' is a city in Summit County (Summit County, Ohio), Ohio, United States. The population was 34,837 at the 2010 census (United States Census 2010) and 34,674 at the 2012 estimate. It is a suburban community within the Akron metropolitan area. Stow is adjacent to several other suburban communities in Summit and Portage (Portage County, Ohio) counties. It is bordered on the south by the cities of Tallmadge (Tallmadge, Ohio) and Munroe Falls (Munroe Falls, Ohio) and the village of Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Ohio), on the east by the city of Kent (Kent, Ohio) and Franklin Township (Franklin Township, Portage County, Ohio), on the north by the city of Hudson (Hudson, Ohio), and on the west by the city of Cuyahoga Falls (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio).

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