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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

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Commissioner: Stark library levy shouldn't be permanent

Stark County Commissioner Janet Weir Creighton made it clear Wednesday she did not believe that the additional 2.2-mill levy that the Stark County District Library was requesting should be without an expiration date. CANTON  Stark County commissioners voted Wednesday to place an additional, continuous 2.2-mill levy on the Nov. 6 ballot to fund the Stark County District Library's current expenses.

Terrell Owens in a class by himself even as a Hall of Famer

The latter has no bearing on the former, or at least it shouldn't. But Owens continually proves he's in a class by himself, which will be the case during the Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Aug. 4. Bobby Beathard, Robert Brazile, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher will be in Canton, Ohio, adorned in resplendent gold jackets.

Jay Glazer Blasts Terrell Owens, Hall Of Fame Isn't Just About You

Jay Glazer just ripped Terrell Owens ' decision to not have his Hall of Fame ceremony in Canton ... telling TMZ Sports the move is an unbelievably selfish act. We got Jay leaving Craig's on Tuesday night and when the topic of T.O. came up ... Glazer's rant began.

Alliance job fair attracts crowds of workers, employers

"There was a steady flow of people," said Gwin. "We talked to people as they went out, and many said they filled out job applications."

Virtual Reality practice: Future of football comes to Canton

CANTON  Gripping the football with his left hand, Kekahi Graham set his feet, found his receiver and threw a sleek spiral. Graham, an All-American middle school quarterback who participated in last week's Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2018 Football Academy, was demonstrating the Hall's newest attraction: QB SIM, a virtual-reality tool from Sports VTS.

Flashback: Connie Smith Breaks Out With 'Once a Day'

Fifty-five years ago this summer, on August 4th, 1963, housewife Connie Smith won a talent contest in Columbus, Ohio, earning a performance spot on a local Grand Ole Opry concert where songwriter Bill Anderson took note of her and encouraged her to make a trip to Nashville when the two met again at a New Year's Day concert in Canton, Ohio. As 1964 unfolded for the young wife and mother, she garnered yet another invitation this time a spot on the popular Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree, which followed the Grand Ole Opry on WSM radio.

Farm sues NEXUS over soil erosion

WASHINGTON TWP.  A farm has sued NEXUS Gas Transmission, saying the pipeline company caused erosion that damaged crops and washed away soil. Oakway Farms filed the lawsuit July 10 in Stark County Common Pleas Court in Canton with a request for compensatory and punitive damages and attorney fees in excess of $55,000.

Charles Barkley: Owens 'selfish' for stance on HOF

Speaking to NFL Network's Maurice Jones-Drew and James Jones on NFL Total Access on Friday, the oft-outspoken Barkley called out Owens for not planning to be in Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 4. "I think Terrell is selfish. He's doing the wrong thing," Barkley said.

Hall of Fame reveals how it will handle Terrell Owens situation

Terrell Owens has elected to not be involved whatsoever in the ceremonies in Canton, Ohio, this summer when he is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And now the Hall has revealed how it will deal with Owens' unprecedented slight: Hall of Fame executive director told Clark Judge indicated this week that there will be no mention of Owens whatsoever throughout the weekend, including during the 2018 induction ceremony on Aug. 4. Owens will not be introduced for Friday night's Gold Jacket ceremony, nor will he be announced the following night at Canton's annual induction ceremony, said the Hall's executive director, Joe Horrigan, via the Talk of Fame Network .

Sadie Robertson and Friends Live Original Fall 2018 Tour

Created by Sadie Robertson , what began as a calling has blossomed into a blog, book, Bible study, clothing and accessory line and the annual Live Original Tour . Since its launch in 2016, the tour aims to empower a generation to boldly walk in the freedom of who they were created to be in Christ.

Allohak Council discusses possible dissolution

Area scouting volunteers met with an area president of Boy Scouts of America to discuss the possible dissolution of the Allohak Council. Darryl Dillenback, president of Area 4 for Boy Scouts of America, said the area covers nine councils in most of Ohio and West Virginia and a small area of Kentucky.

Canton couple beaten with bat by son, his friend during burglary

A Canton woman suffered serious injuries when she and her husband were beaten and burglarized by their adoptive son and his friend. When officers arrived, they found 52-year-old Tammy Hughes unconscious on the front porch with visible head injuries.

Black teen, roughed up by cop, wins settlement in McKinney, Texas

Casebolt was seen dragging Dajerria by the hair, slamming her to the ground, pinning her down and then handcuffing her, all while she called out for someone to call her mother. Though it didn't result in signifant injury or death, this incident exemplified enduring problem with policing in America: inappropriate training, institutional irresponsibility, and big white cops satisfying themselves with violence on little black kids.

Ulster Project builds U.S.-Irish connections

CANTON TWP.  As they prepared to go swimming last week to beat the heat, a group of Irish teens snacked on Mexican nachos at the home of their American host, Linda Reibenstein. They're here under the auspices of the Ulster Project, an outreach designed to build bridges of understanding between Protestant and Catholic kids who live in Northern Ireland, while giving them a taste of American life.

Jobless Rate Rises as Steady Hiring Draws More to Labor Force

Hundreds of thousands of Americans started looking for jobs and employers added 213,000 to their payrolls last month, the Labor Department said Friday. Many of those job seekers were snapped up by employers while some were counted as unemployed while they sought out work, which helped push the jobless rate up to 4.0%, from an 18-year low of 3.8% in May. Those new entrants to the labor force could provide the raw material needed to support accelerating economic growth nine years after the recession ended.

Autumn Gibson, 21, Arrested For June 7th Shooting On Central Avenue

Autumn Gibson, 21, has been arrested for the shooting of Miguel Doriste, 38, on Central Avenue that occurred on June 7. to the 500 block of Central Avenue.

Stark sexual assault suspect nabbed 18 years later

A former area man who had been living in Florida was back Friday in Stark County Common Pleas Court to face charges. CANTON  After avoiding arrest for 18 years, a former Carroll County man has been returned to Stark County to answer charges that he sexually assaulted several young girls.

Off-duty Stark deputy accused of pulling gun in Salem parking lot

The Stark County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident in which Deputy Richard T. Gurlea was involved outside the Wendy's restaurant on East State Street in Salem. CANTON  Stark County Sheriff's deputies are investigating one of their own after an incident involving an off-duty deputy and a gun in a Columbiana County fast-food parking lot.

Canton teen happy in U.S. after adoption from Liberia

John DiMaria initially believed America was a place where everything was free. His new parents informed him it wasn't true.

Stripe Avenue extension to improve traffic flow, spur development

JACKSON TWP.  Dirt is being moved and other work has begun on an extension of Strip Avenue NW that has been roughly a decade in planning.

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