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Located sixty miles from Cleveland Acton was founded in 1805. The area grew into a large manufacturing center due to the railroad lines that crossed the city. The city was named for Canton/Guangzhou China. Today the area is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as well as the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. It is also home to such culture sites as the Canton Museum of Art. The American Professional Football Association was started in Canton in the 1920's.
Local Newspapers: The Repository
Local Sports Teams: Pro Football Hall of Fame
Local Colleges: Malone University Walsh University
Zip Codes associated with canton, ohio:
44512 44615 44702 44703 44704 44705 44706 44707 44708 44709 44710 44714 44718 44720 44721 44730
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South Side News & Notes
Springfield Township Parks and Recreation Director Doug Foltz has accepted the position of parks and recreation director for Canton beginning Feb. 20. Foltz has served in Springfield since 2013 and oversaw improvements at the Senior and Community Center that included increased programming and older adult exercise equipment in the park located next door, as well as new children's playground equipment there; the development of the Springfield portion of the Spartan Trail; and the creation of a Parks and Trails Master Plan. He also oversaw events such as Rock the Docks, the Summer Concert Series at the Vincent J. Mealy Bicentennial Gazebo, the Car Cruise In, the Food Truck Festival, Steak on the Lake and the Holiday Lights on the Lake event.Skateboarding death in Canton prompts new legislation
One memorable scene in the 1985 film "Back to the Future" is Michael J. Fox's character Marty McFly riding a skateboard to school while grabbing onto the rear bumpers of multiple vehicles to propel him. And while McFly's skateboarding may have looked fun in the movie, 16-year-old Dallas Swogger's attempt at a similar move led to his death in Canton last year.Stark physician accused of running 'pill mill' that led to deaths of 2 patients
CANTON Stark County physician Frank D. Lazzerini has been indicted on 272 counts tied to what prosecutors allege is the operation of a "pill mill" at his medical office. Lazzerini also faces two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of two patients, according to a news release issued Friday morning by Stark County Prosecutor John D. Ferrero.South Side Neighborhood Watch
COVENTRY: A Ravenna man apprehended at a State Street location Feb. 3 was taken to the Summit County Jail on a warrant for illegal manufacture of drugs. On Feb. 4, Summit County sheriff's deputies assisted in the pursuit of a driver who sped away from a traffic stop initiated by the Lakemore Police Department.Five sites named as finalists to host 2019 or 2020 NFL draft
Finalists to host either the 2019 or 2020 draft include Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas and Nashville, Tennessee, as well as a combined entry of Cleveland and Canton, Ohio. Canton is the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Klee blog: Denver should be a no-brainer choice to host NFL draft | Colorado Springs Gazette, News
In this April 28, 2016, file photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell opens the NFL football draft in Chicago. The NFL draft is headed for Dallas.Canton family wants change after teen dies in 'skitching' stunt
A Stark County mother and a state lawmaker are working to create change after a skateboarding stunt killed 16-year-old Dallas Swogger. Thomas West, Democratic State Representative for the 49th House District, drafted the Dallas Swogger Act to bring awareness and prevent skateboarding accidents.George's in downtown Canton hit by fire
CANTON Patrons and staff were evacuated out of George's late Wednesday night as a fire broke out in the downtown lounge and restaurant at 229 Cleveland Ave. NW. The fire started in the kitchen which is in the rear of the establishment.Eagles won't be playing in 2018 Hall of Fame Game
Despite the fact that two former Philadelphia Eagles players have been elected to the P ro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 , the Birds will NOT be featured in this year's Hall of Fame Game. The Eagles seemed like an obvious pick for the Hall of Fame Game given that there are going to be a lot of Philly fans in Canton, Ohio that weekend to see Brian Dawkins ' Hall of Fame enshrinement.Civil Rights Advocate Kimberle Crenshaw To Speak In Foster Auditorium
Civil rights advocate and UCLA professor Kimberl Crenshaw will speak in Paterno Library on Thursday, February 15 as part of the Barbara Jordan Lecture Series. Crenshaw's talk on intersectionality in daily life will begin at 6 p.m. in Paterno's Foster Auditorium.Remembering Lt. Col. Jason Good: 'a spectacular human being'
Good was a 1998 graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., and earned an MBA from Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, Cali. He was commissioned as an infantry officer and served in the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea; was a platoon leader in the75th Ranger Regiment ; commanded a Company in the 501st Airborne ; and was a Troop Commander in 40th Cavalry .Residents, nearby college placed on lockdown after shooting outside Georgia nursing home
A man fatally shot his wife outside the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home in Augusta at 11:30 a.m., according to police. The Richmond County Coroner's Office later identified the victim as Jazna O. Timmons, 34, and the Augusta Chronicle reported that she worked at the facility .The O'Jays and their enduring message of love
There was no stopping The O'Jays' hit "Love Train," which raced to the top of the charts way back in 1973. FOR THE RECORD, all these years later, The O'Jays are still doing what they love -- and talking about it with our Jim Axelrod: Nothing says "old school" like The O'Jays.The "sweetness" of living on a legacy and presenting the NFL Man of the Year award
Some would say that it is very difficult to find one's identity in the shadows of a famous parent. Jarrett Payton proves those theories can be wrong throughout his life with heart, courage, and persistence.Listen to Trippie Redd's Freestyle Over Jay-Z's "Family Feud"
Trippie Redd channels his inner Lil Wayne on this new freestyle that finds the emerging rapper showcasing some bars that'll make critics think twice before ever categorizing him again as a "mumble rapper." During a recent UK visit, the Canton, Ohio-bred spitter stopped by Tim Westwood's studio to chop things up and, of course, lay down some bars.Tax assistance offered at Rodman Public Library
It's tax time and free help is available through VITA or Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, a program provided through the United Way of Greater Stark County at Rodman Pubic Library, 215 E. Broadway St. "The program is for anyone with an annual income of $65,000 or less who needs tax assistance, said Tami Stephens, a third year coordinator with VITA. An appointment is necessary by calling The United Way at 330-994-8482, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday.Alliance man acquitted in sexual battery case
Zigler was accused of engaging in sexual conduct with a woman without her consent while she was intoxicated on June 26, 2016, in a hotel room in Jackson Township. Michael Bickis, an assistant Stark County prosecutor, said that both the defendant and woman were intoxicated.
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