Ward Member Bob Hoch of Ward 6 joins WAKR's Ray Horner for an update. Hoch touches on the Ellet Community Parade and changes to come. Hoch also tells Ray about business in Ellet.
Hoch tells Ray that businesses are looking for land for different things. Also, he informs Ray that there will be a new Get-Go on Massillon Road. Hoch tells Ray that Ellet is landlocked and does not have enough area to continue expanding, though residents would like to see more restaurants in the area.
Detectives have made an arrest in connection with the strangulation death of a 68-year-old Ellet man.
Shannon Mount, 43, of Uniontown, has been charged with aggravated murder and aggravated robbery.
Mount was arrested shortly after Leonard McHaddon's body was discovered in his Ripley Avenue home Thursday morning after police found him driving McHaddon's missing vehicle.
He was charged with receiving stolen property. Detectives also found several items missing from McHaddon's home.
Authorities said a woman was also found in the car, but she has not been charged.
Mount is currently being held at the Summit County Jail.
12:06 p.m.: FirstEnergy Spokesman Mark Durbin reports that power has been restored to all impacted areas. The residents in Ellet regained electricity around 10:00 a.m.
FirstEnergy crews are working to restore power to 536 customers in the Akron area. 479 people in Ellet woke up in the dark after lines went down at Canton Road and Benton.
There are 36 customers without power in Monroe Falls ... that's in the North Moreland Avenue area.
And another problem on Argone Avenue in Mogadore has left 21 customers without electricity this morning.
A FirstEnergy spokesman says they hope to have everyone back on line later this morning.
It's not clear what caused the outages.
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It's a happy holiday ending in the "Lost and Found Department".
The Beacon Journal reports that a cloth bag with $12,000 was lost Wednesday in Akron, but was found a day later by a very honest Akron couple.
Police say the woman and her husband found the tan cloth bag lying in the middle of the road at an Ellet intersection and went to police, who went through paperwork inside to find the rightful owners - the Springfield Township couple who lost the loot.
They had it because they were going to buy a house out of state.
The couple isn't giving out their names, and aren't talking about any possible reward. The woman says - quote - "God kept his hand on that money."
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