Radio Station Information
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Media-Com (Media-com, Inc.)
WNIR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 100.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Kent, OH and is part of the Cleveland, OH radio market. The station broadcasts Talk programming. WNIR is owned by Media-Com.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Best station in America!
By: Al on November 30, 2015
Why have we accepted that this couple did this as an act of terrorism even though mutilple eye witnesses saw three grown athletic build men in military attire in mask inSan Bernardino California as the gunman? Why didn't the fbi secure the couples apartment instead of letting multiple people go through it with passports and IDs still there, wouldn't that be an important piece of evidence? I'm not saying they're good people however I'm not convinced.
By: Jessica on December 19, 2015
What do you do when all of your resources have expired, I have sought out every possible sort of help that I found and so none have helped with my problem. I am being robbed very frequently losing a very substantle amount in property, of recently moved into an apartment, since moving in. I have added renters insurance and a security system, but that are getting past my alarm, the management don't care, the cops are not much better.i have eyewitness of a staff member exiting my apartment, with what looked like a signal jammer in her hand, the cops will only take a report.
By: Marsha Spencer on December 6, 2018
thank you so much for your help getting this information out quickly!
Center of Hope, a program of Family & Community Services, continues to be the only provider of warming center services for community members facing the cold this weekend.
However, due to the poor road conditions expected, PARTA may be forced to close routes, leaving them unable to transport clients to the Center of Hope. In this case, those in need of a ride to the warming center will be able to schedule transportation by calling Emerald Transportation at 330-620-1553 or the Center of Hope at 330-297-5454.
Center of Hope will be open as a warming center during the following hours:
Sat- 7pm- 9am
Sun-4pm-5pm for the regular scheduled Sunday dinner - The warming station will be opened afterward at 6pm and will be open around the clock until Wed morning.
The Center of Hope is located at 1081 W. Main St. in Ravenna.
Please feel free to call me with any questions! My cell phone is 740 322 3131.
By: Amina Hall on January 19, 2019
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