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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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Megan R. Miller, 18, Butcher Road, Salem, southbound on state Route 45 in Center Township at 8 a.m. Tuesday and went off the right side into a ditch and overturned. She was cited for failure to control.Charles Brown Jr. among those honored for long legal careers
It was a weekday afternoon and John R. Milligan was hopeful he would find time to fly his drone before daylight was exhausted. Fun with drones is among the fruits of retirement for the former judge.Aultman, Akron Children's to partner on pediatric care center in North Canton
Aultman Hospital and Akron Children's Hospital will partner on construction of a pediatric primary care facility off Whipple Avenue NW. Akron Children's North Canton Health Center will be part of a campus that includes the Aultman Medical Group's diagnostic center and the former North Canton Medical Foundation.Aerial cable cars could connect Canton, HOF Village
Along with the view, riders looking out the windows also see images of HOFers running through the park or the history of a Gold Jacket overlaid on the scenery. SkyLift - a system of suspended gondolas equipped with virtual- or augmented-reality technology - is the latest idea in the works for connecting downtown Canton to the planned Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village.Gunfire in Canton leads to chase, arrests; police seize heroin, gun
Police parked in a parking lot heard shots fired in the 1300 block of Clarendon Avenue SW, arriving in time to see more gunshots fired from a vehicle about 4 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. A short time later, the officers arrested one previously convicted felon who is a sex offender and the other previously convicted felon with heroin in his pants. Police say Michael A. Townes Jr., 28, of 960 Jefferson Ave. in Alliance, fired more shots from the car as he drove north on Clarendon.Canton's Landmark Renkert Building Gets a New Owner
The winning bid of just under a million dollars came from the Canton Downtown Land Bank. Michael Gill is director of the Canton Development Partnership , which includes the private, non-profit land bank.TimkenSteel, Union Finally Reach Agreement
Following two successive agreements voted down by the United Steelworkers, the USW has voted in favor of a new four-year contract with TimkenSteel. The agreement represents approximately 1,650 employees at the company's Canton, Ohio, facility.Mom tells killer: 'This is all I have left of my son'
Angela McNabb dangled a necklace from her hand that contained some of the cremated remains of her 18-year-old son, Eryc Higgins, who was fatally shot. Tears flowed as she struggled to speak to the 22-year-old man across the courtroom who ended Higgins' life.Birth announcements for Dec. 3
A daughter, Brooklyn Levina Sprouse, 5 pounds, was born Nov. 21, 2017, at United Hospital Center, Bridgeport, to Ashley Jo and Joshua Levi Sprouse of Clarksburg. Mother's maiden name is Drainer.Student plans to work in under-served areas -
Shanice Robinson, a third-year medical student at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, has been awarded a two-year scholarship from the National Health Service Corps , a federal government program administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration , Bureau of Health Workforce. The NHSC awards scholarships to medical students committed to primary care.Ohio councilman cruises streets to pick up shopping carts
This photo taken April 17, 2017, shows Canton City Ward 3 Councilman Jason Scaglione returning shopping carts collected from his neighborhood to WalMart on Tuscarawas Street West in Canton, Ohio. less This photo taken April 17, 2017, shows Canton City Ward 3 Councilman Jason Scaglione returning shopping carts collected from his neighborhood to WalMart on Tuscarawas Street West in Canton, Ohio.Canton snags large-scale medical marijuana grow operation
The Ohio Department of Commerce on Thursday announced the provisional licenses for operations up to 25,000 square feet and a final license for small-scale operations of up to 3,000 square feet, totaling 24 licenses equally split by size. Terradiol, a medical cannabis company with headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y., plans to operate at 3800 Harmont Ave. NE.Stark County Sheriff George T. Maier receives Medal of Honor
Stark County Sheriff George T. Maier was awarded the Medal of Honor at the annual conference of the Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association held Nov. 12 and 13 in Sandusky. Maier was nominated for recognition in response to his actions on May 11 that led to the rescue and safe removal of two toddlers from a motor vehicle that had rolled into the West Branch of Nimishillen Creek.Death of Mrs. Samuel HomesHere are the top stories in The Daily...
Mrs. Emeline Streeter Holmes, wife of Samuel Holmes, of No. 57 Marshall Street, died Thursday evening at seven o'clock after suffering a long and painful illness of eleven weeks.Lewis, Urlacher, Moss, Seymour among hall semifinalists
First-year eligibles Ray Lewis and Randy Moss are among 27 semifinalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Others in their initial year of eligibility who made this cut are Brian Urlacher, Richard Seymour, Steve Hutchinson and Ronde Barber.Lewis, Urlacher, Moss, Seymour among hall semifinalists
First-year eligibles Ray Lewis and Randy Moss are among 27 semifinalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Others in their initial year of eligibility who made this cut are Brian Urlacher, Richard Seymour, Steve Hutchinson and Ronde Barber.Schumacher Homes founder is named prestigious Harvard Business School club's entrepreneurship honoree
CANTON, Ohio: Paul Schumacher, who grew the nation's largest custom home-building company from a simple idea and a few credit cards, is the 2017 recipient of the prestigious George S. Dively Entrepreneurship honor. The award was presented by Harvard Business School Club of Northeast Ohio.Hall of Fame prez: "Pretty soon we'll be knocking on the door of the Bowlen family."
The longtime Broncos owner was a candidate for the class of 2017 but finished third in the running as Cowboys owner Jerry Jones got his day. The Year of 2017 would have been a nice one for Bowlen, who stepped down from his day-to-day duties as owner in 2014 because of Alzheimer's.Police: Toddler dies after becoming pinned under oven
Authorities are investigating the death of a 23-month-old child after he became pinned under an oven in Ohio. Police were called to a home in Canton around 10 p.m. Wednesday after the child was reported unresponsive.
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