Twinsburg -- A candlelight vigil for Tami Wong, a mother of two on Abrams Drive, will be conducted Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. between Darien Lane and Liberty Road, on Abrams Drive.
Attendants are asked to park west of Darien Lane to keep traffic at a minimum, Councilor Ted Yates said at the Feb. 26 Twinsburg City Council meeting.
Wong, 46, was fatally stabbed Feb. 24 just after 7 a.m. at 3180 Abrams Drive, and her husband, Glenn Wong, 50, who also lived at the home, has been charged with aggravated murder in the matter.
A daughter, 10, and son, 8, were home at the time and the daughter called 911, according to Twinsburg police. They are staying with a relative, police said.
Yates asked that the vigil be private for friends and family and that the media not attend.
-- Compiled by staff