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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
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Fire damages home in northeast Canton

CANTON Residents of a house at 1343 Wabash Court NE were forced from their home by a fire which broke out in the kitchen Sunday evening. "Two of the residents were home," Acting Battalion Chief Rick Sacco said.

Building trades promise lucrative career with college debt

Nathan Thorne knows that when he graduates from high school, he wants to become an apprentice for a trade, eventually attend college and get a stable job. But Thorne, a junior studying precision machining technology at R.G. Drage Career Technical Center in Massillon, doesn't know what kind of apprenticeship he'd like or what kind of job in the trades he hopes to land.

Glamorgan Castle repairs underway

The Keep the Castle Strong campaign committee hosted an invitation-only celebration Wednesday at the Glamorgan Castle rotunda, updating donors and concerned citizens on the efforts to restore, replace and reinforce significant portions of the Castle to allow for its continued longevity. According to W. John Gross, chairman of the Castle Crusaders Capital Campaign Committee, the effort has raised $1.1 million in the first two years of the three-year campaign, allowing Coon Restoration of Canton to begin work on the elaborate 114-year old historic structure.

One person dead, several injured after 28 car crashes Thursday morning in Canton

Icy roads led to dangerous conditions for drivers Thursday morning in Canton where police are investigating more than two dozen car accidents, including one fatality, Canton police said. About 28 crashes slowed down traffic on city streets and highways from 5 a.m. to noon Thursday, Lt.

Fatal crash sets off chain-reaction of wrecks on Route 30 in Stark County

Police, fire and coroner's investigators responded to more than a dozen crashes, at least one of which was fatal this morning. CANTON  Police, firefighters and the Stark County Coroner's Office went to the scene of a fatal crash on U.S. 30 just east of Cherry Avenue on Thursday morning.

Machete, gun and marijuana land two men in jailPolice arrested a pair ...

Police arrested a pair of 27-year-old housemates and they said were found with an undisclosed amount of marijuana, a loaded gun and a machete. Michael S. Smallwood and Tyler Q. Hem, both of the 1000 block of Third Street NW in Canton, were arrested just before 8 p.m. Tuesday outside a home in the 3500 block of Perry Drive NW, Stark County Jail records show.

Justin Moore, NeedtoBreathe coming to Canton

Justin Moore, who has scored seven No.1 country singles, will headline the Canton Civic Center on Feb. 8, with opening act Cody Johnston. Tickets are $59.75, $52.75, $42.75 and $32.75.

Chauvet Professional Rounds Out WFX Learning Sessions With Panel Discussion

CHAUVET Professional will be completing its two days of lighting education sessions at WFX with a panel discussion featuring leading house of worship Technical Directors and LDs. Moderated by noted production designer Daniel Connell, the session, which is entitled "Panel Leadership Session on Maximizing Design Elements," will take place at WFX Demo Room 221-B on Thursday Nov. 15 at 10AM.

a MN Vikings hall of fame defensive end and the first...

The Vikings hall of fame defensive end and the first African-American justice to serve on the Minnesota Supreme Court, Page was named by President Donald Trump last weekend as one of seven recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest honor for a civilian. Page has been critical of Trump.

National Medal of Honor Museum, CEO: Let's honor the extraordinary courage, commitment of our bravest

Veterans Day reminds us that Americans have a proud legacy of service, selflessness and courage, pulling together to get the job done when the stakes are high. Throughout our history, we have been shown to be self-reliant in a way that sets us apart from other nations.

Mounties fall in regional semifinal

Mapleton High School's Ethan Hartley, left, celebrates with Logan Pharmer after his second quarter touchdown against Warren JFK High School during their OHSAA Division VII Region 25 regional semifinal football game Saturday at Canton Central Catholic High School in Canton. The Mounties had a 20-7 first-half lead that they couldn't hold in a 42-34 loss.

Regional news briefs, Nov. 11, 2018: Beacon Journal wants your opinion

We are interested in how you think we are doing. Over the next few weeks, subscribers to our newspaper and our newsletters will see a short survey in their email inbox.

A look at why the Stark County library levy failed

Republican candidates did very well in Stark County in the midterm election Tuesday. New tax levies for the most part did not.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to immediately call 911.

Police in Canton are asking for the public's help finding a 17-year-old boy who went missing sometime Saturday. Maurice I. McClesky was last seen on the 3000 block of Ellis Ave. Northeast wearing a black hoodie with gray dots on it.

Stark County Honor Court marks 90th graduate

CANTON  Timothy Spickler stood between his two Honor Court mentors, each one complimenting his perseverance for overcoming a felony charge and other struggles. The 63-year-old Vietnam Veteran was among the five men marking the 26th graduation ceremony in Stark County Honor Court.

Police: Boy who shot himself acted alone

Authorities have determined a seventh-grader who they say planned to shoot others at his Ohio school before changing his plans and fatally shooting himself acted alone.

Are you ready to vote?

CANTON  Polls for this year's general election will be open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in 284 precincts at schools, churches, government and other buildings at 135 locations throughout Stark County. On the ballot are candidates for Congress, the Senate, governor of Ohio and other statewide positions, state representative, state senator, county commissioner, county auditor and judges.

Meet Stark Veteran of the Year John Ley

CANTON  When the solemn bugle call taps is heard in the cemetery, it gives family members of a recently deceased military veterans a sense of pride and respect as their loved one is laid to rest. And few in the Stark County have helped funeral attendees cope with that moment as has John Ley, longtime member of the American Legion Post 44 honor guard.

Municipal Court

In county Municipal Court Friday, a reckless operation charge filed against James D. Spencer, 26, of Salineville, was dismissed by the county prosecutor's office. Spencer had been cited by Salineville police on Oct. 6. In other court action, Jeff Riachy, 47, of East Liverpool, pleaded innocent to theft charges, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Jan. 17. Riachy is accused of smuggling a single can of liquor from the Circle K in East Palestine.

On Religion: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, Russia and Fatima

The world was buzzing with rumors about U.S.-Soviet talks as President Ronald Reagan flew to Italy for a global economic summit in the summer of 1987. There were only two events on Reagan's schedule before the Group of Seven sessions: a June 6 meeting with Pope John Paul II and a hush-hush briefing beforehand by U.S. Vatican Ambassador Frank Shakespeare.

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