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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.

Population: 78379
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
Towns/Cities near canton, ohio : Massillon Louisville Navarre Brewster Minerva Strasburg Wooster

Canton News
Alliance school bus driver in texting controversy resigns

Alliance school board members accepted the resignation of a bus driver allegedly caught on video speeding and texting while driving. During Tuesday's meeting, Joe Leone's resignation for personal reasons was accepted effective the day of the incident, after he was put on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into the incident.

Alliance police arrest trio after drug sale to informant

Alliance police arrested a Canton man who had his 2-year-old child and "less than 100 grams of marijuana" in the car when he drove his dad to a city home to sell crack, according to Stark County Jail records. Jail records show that Tremaine M. Sistrunk, 27, of the 2700 block of 10th St. NW, and Frederick L. Mitchell, 48, described in jail records as Sistrunk's father, went to the home of John Ayers, 36, of the 300 block of W. Washington St. Once at Ayers' home, Mitchell sold an undisclosed amount of crack cocaine to a police informant.

Wed. Sep 13th, 2017

A New Zealand lawmaker who was born in China says he's loyal to his new home after media reported he'd spent a decade at top Chinese military colleges and was investigated by New Zealand's intelligence agency.

New additions in store for 46th annual Christkindl Markt

The 46th annual Christkindl Markt will be held Nov. 10, 11 and 12 at the Canton Cultural Center for the Arts, 1001 Market Ave. N., in downtown Canton. Sponsored by the Canton Fine Arts Associates, Christkindl Markt is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show with a holiday theme.

Blog: Carefully Watching The Track Of Jose.

Friday Night Flights is off and running in 2017, which means it's time for the first edition of the FNF Top Ten Plays. CANTON, Ohio - Star linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and game-breaking wide receiver Randy Moss are among 11 first-year eligibl With Irma gone now, we are going to be able to focus solely on hurricane Jose.

What to do when a hurricane blows away your vacation plans

Friday Night Flights is off and running in 2017, which means it's time for the first edition of the FNF Top Ten Plays. CANTON, Ohio - Star linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and game-breaking wide receiver Randy Moss are among 11 first-year eligibl Damaged houses are shown in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Monday, Sept.

Tesla Autopilot limitations played big role in fatal crash

This image provided by the National Transportation Safety Board shows the damage to the left front of the Tesla involved in a May 7, 2016, crash in Williston, Fla. that killed Joshua Brown, 40, of Canton, Ohio.

CBBT shop, restaurant to permanently close this month for tunnel project

Friday Night Flights is off and running in 2017, which means it's time for the first edition of the FNF Top Ten Plays. CANTON, Ohio - Star linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and game-breaking wide receiver Randy Moss are among 11 first-year eligibl Come Sept.

VIDEO: Top plays from the season premier of Friday Night Flights

Friday Night Flights is off and running in 2017, which means it's time for the first edition of the FNF Top Ten Plays.

Canton 46 mins ago 1:22 p.m.Bank robbed in North Canton; police searching for suspect

Authorities say the man entered the bank around 10 a.m. and handed the teller a note asking for money. The man wrote in the note that he had a weapon, but none was actually seen.

Investigators to determine likely cause of fatal Tesla crash

Investigators are meeting to determine the likely cause of a crash last year that killed a man using the semiautonomous driving systems of his Tesla Model S sedan. The case has raised questions about the ability of automakers to keep the attention of drivers engaged as new technology allows them to cede greater control to their vehicles.

United Way feeds hundreds to launch annual campaign

More than 300 volunteers gathered at 15 workplaces to prepare meals for numerous area shelters. Included in the effort were 114 trays of lasagna and 50 containers of baked spaghetti.

Alan Page exhibits artifacts of US's troubling past

Alan Page can't recall if the sign read "White Drinking Fountain" or "Colored Drinking Fountain." He just remembers he was stunned.

On This Day: U.S., Panama sign canal treaty

In 1892, James Corbett knocked out John L. Sullivan in the 21st round of a prizefight at New Orleans, the first major fight under the Marquess of Queensberry Rules. In 1901, the Boxer Rebellion in China ended with the Boxer Protocol, a peace agreement between China and other world powers.

SARTA bus and car crash sends two females to area hospitals

The Canton Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a serious injury crash involving a passenger car and a Stark Area Regional Transit Authority bus which occurred at approximately 9:50 a.m. on Wednesday at the intersection of State Route 183 and Georgetown Street just south of the Paris Township line. According to the report, Madison L. Courtney, 23, of Salem, was operating a 2012 Ford eastbound on Georgetown Street when she failed to stop for at a stop sign and entered the intersection.

Cowboys' Elliott has suspension upheld, but will play Week 1

The NFL says Commissioner Roger Goode... . FILE - This is a July 25, 2017, file photo showing Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott during NFL football training camp in Oxnard, Calif.

Work Resumes on HOF Stadium

The new stadium at the Hall of Fame Village already looms over I-77 on Canton's northwest side, but another phase of construction for the NFL's newest venue is getting under way. In this April 2017 photo, Hall of Fame President David Baker and, seated left to right, developer Stu Lichter, Canton Mayor Tom Bernebei and Hall of Famer Bruce Smith watch final beam being placed.

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