Jennifer Pignolet, CantonRep.com

Jennifer Pignolet

CantonRep.com

Akron, OH, United States

Contact Jennifer

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • CantonRep.com
  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • IndeOnline.com
  • The News Leader
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • Enquirer
  • Akron Beacon Journal
  • Akron Beacon Journal
  • Commercial Appeal
  • The Tennessean
  • North Jersey News
  • KENS 5
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jennifer:

Stark State preparing to cut $7.5M for 2021 budget

Stark State College is readying a plan to cut $7.5 million, about 11% of its current operating budget of $65 million.The college’s board has to approve a budget in June, but leaders expect to learn more later the same month about how much state funding Stark State will receive.The plan for cuts assumes a “worst-case scenario,” and would be adjusted based on how much state revenue is actually… → Read More

Men's golf among three athletic programs cut at University of Akron

The men's golf team at the University of Akron was among three programs cut at the university. → Read More

Kent State shootings: How events of May 4, 1970 influence student activism today

Today, Kent State encourages students to engage on controversial topics through activities that promote civil discourse while protecting student safety. → Read More

What’s it like with coronavirus? Northeast Ohio patient explains

This story is provided free to the community to keep readers informed about coronavirus. | Please consider supporting local journalism with a digital subscription.Hudson resident Amy Driscoll followed all the recommended protocols.Wash your hands. Use hand sanitizer. Don’t touch your face.She still contracted COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus that has caused daily life in… → Read More

What’s it like with coronavirus? Northeast Ohio patient explains

This story is provided free to the community to keep readers informed about coronavirus. | Please consider supporting local journalism with a digital → Read More

Ohio coronavirus patient describes her fight: 'Nothing I had ever quite experienced’

"I was really scared there for a little while about how sick I was,” said the Ohio woman recently diagnosed with coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus victim: ‘Like nothing I had ever quite experienced’

Amy Driscoll became Summit County’s second confirmed case of COVID-19 this week, sharing her experience as a way to encourage others to take the → Read More

“Like nothing I had ever quite experienced”: Ohio COVID-19 patient shares her story

Summit County woman shares her account of being a patient with COVID-19 → Read More

Akron teacher placed on leave after video shows alleged meeting for sex with teen

An Akron Public Schools teacher has been put on leave after a video posted on the internet purported to show him discussing having sex with a teenager.The → Read More

Students at Akron high school to benefit from IT partnership with University of Cincinnati

Akron high school students interested in information technology careers can get a boost into college through a new partnership between three education institutions. → Read More

‘We’re here because we want to be here’: New University of Akron president settling in to life in area, sans spiders

No one would have blamed him for catering the dinner.Gary Miller, after all, had never made a full vegan meal in his life. But for a group of vegan students coming to his North Carolina house, the college president was willing to go the extra mile and cook dinner himself."It was a stretch," Miller, now the University of Akron president, said. "It used all of my culinary abilities, which were… → Read More

Here's a primer on Ohio's graduation requirements

The continually changing rules around graduation requirements have confused parents and students for years. The legislature cemented new requirements into law this spring, bringing as much certainty as possible for students in the coming years. Students in the class of 2021 — this year's rising juniors — and beyond will have to not only pass their classes but demonstrate both their competency in… → Read More

Here's primer on graduation requirements

The continually changing rules around graduation requirements have confused parents and students for years. The legislature cemented new requirements into law this spring, bringing as much certainty as possible for students in the coming years. Students in the class of 2021 — this year's rising juniors — and beyond will have to not only pass their classes but demonstrate both their competency in… → Read More

University of Akron names Gary L. Miller president

The University of Akron Board of Trustees on Wednesday named Gary L. Miller, Ph.D., chancellor of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, as → Read More

University of Akron names Gary L. Miller president

The University of Akron Board of Trustees on Wednesday named Gary L. Miller, Ph.D., chancellor of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, as → Read More

After years of progress, number of insured Ohio children is declining

For nearly a decade, Ohio saw significant progress in its efforts to make sure every child has health insurance, expanding Medicaid enrollment to more → Read More

Akron Children's to cover tuition for degrees in needed fields

Akron Children's Hospital will partner with Stark State College to offer entry-level employees full tuition to earn associate's degrees in four key hard- → Read More

Steve Harvey covering cost of college for eight Kent State students

Two weeks before he got the phone call, Zethran Jackson wasn’t sure he would be going to college this fall. The 18-year-old Buchtel high school graduate didn’t know how he would be able to afford tuition and Kent State University, where he had planned to major in biology and ultimately become a surgeon. Steve Harvey took that worry away. The former Kent student, comedian, talk show and “Family… → Read More

600 SCS kindergartners came to school without proof they had been fully vaccinated

More than 600 kindergarten students were allowed to enroll for the 2017-18 school year without documentation they were fully vaccinated. → Read More

Ray fires two cabinet members, another on the way out of Shelby County Schools

Ray is shaking up his cabinet weeks before the school board will vote whether to end a barely-started search for a permanent superintendent or offer him the job. → Read More