PBS Western Reserve presents a collection of stories that are singularly focused on the region that we all call home. Here you can explore the people, places, history and events that make Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania so special.
A University of Akron archivist talks about researching the local World War I production, LOST VOICES OF THE GREAT WAR: SUMMIT COUNTY IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR. Premiered in 2018.
Discover the story of Ohio's only national park. Generations tells the story of the park's natural wonders and the people whose lives have crossed its paths. Premiered in 2009.
This documentary offers personal reflections about the racial segregation experiences of Warren, Ohio residents in the 1950s and 1960s. Premiered in 2007.
Take a look back at the Akron "garage band" movement of the 1970s and 80s that launched the national careers of several rock bands, including Devo. Premiered in 2003.
The Ohio and Erie Canal
Explore the Ohio and Erie Canal’s changing legacy to the region and nation. Photo provided by Ian Adams. Premiered in 2022.
An exceptional group of Akron men and women, born before the second World War and who reshaped the community over the last 50 years, are profiled. Premiered in 2001.