Here’s a roundup of news and features to help you start the week caught up with what's been going on in the local news.
Sentence reduced -- Gov. John Kasich effectively ignored the Ohio Parole Board's recommendation and cut the sentence of an Akron Woman convicted of tampering with records to illegally enroll her kids in . Kelley Williams-Bolar will now have misdemeanors on her record, not felonies.
More blogs! -- Proud Airforce mom Jennette Cox and her daughter remember what it was like to be in the Pentagon on Sept. 11 -- ad what it was like to wait and wonder whether a loved one is safe. The women from Bitter Orange & Brown continue their love-hate relationship with the Browns and new blogger, Northeast Ohio jobs expert Kelly Blazek shares her wisdom of what NOT to wear to that next big job interview. Also today, the folks from Stewart's Caring Place Cancer Wellness Center begin their blog.
Arrested -- Fairlawn Police assist in the arrest of a man accused of murder in Cuyahoga Falls.
Parenting -- Momfiles columnist Jennie Narraway discusses how children learn to use profanity, and how not to be a bad example in your own home.
September 11 Anniversary -- On Sunday, Huffington Post featured 911 photos and the 9/11 memories of people from Patch sites across the country, including Fairlawn-Bath Patch. Check out the coverage here. If you missed any of the local photos, videos and articles we ran over the last week visit our special 9/11 Anniversary page here