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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
Hartville man makes first court appearance in wife's death

CANTON  A 73-year-old Hartville man made his initial appearance in municipal court Monday morning on an aggravated murder charge tied to the death of his wife. Philip S. Snider remains in the Stark County Jail; the hearing was conducted via a video feed.

1 northeast Ohio county sees drop in drug overdose deaths

A newspaper reports that drug overdose deaths decreased in one Ohio county last year, contrary to the overall trend in the state. The Repository in Canton reports Stark County in northeastern Ohio saw 86 overdose deaths, a 27 percent decrease from 2016.

Football Greata s Sister Says Street Not A Tribute To Him

The road, which runs from Cherry Avenue SE to 17th Street SE, is bumpy and ends at a gate after meandering through Skyline Terrace Apartments.

NFL draft: Vikings couldna t land O.J. Simpson, but Ron Yary worked out just fine

With the No. 1 overall pick in the 1968 NFL Draft, the Vikings were thinking hard about a player from the University of Southern California.

'Perestroika': Ensemble Theatre brings second part of 'Angels in America' to stage April 27-May 20

From April 27 to May 20 Ensemble will present the second part of the 1980s American stage classic "Angels in America," telling of the struggles and lessons learned within the gay community of early '80s New York City. Titled "Perestroika," Tony Kushner's epic, as directed by Celeste Cosentino, picks up where the first half, known as "Millennium Approaches," left off.

What's inside 126-year-old time capsule?

It was a mystery what was inside the small lead box found nestled in a cavity near the base of the southwest corner of the bell tower at St. Joseph Catholic Church. The Rev.

Canton nursing home that man wandered from cited in inspections

Inspection ratings at the nursing facility that housed a patient who wandered away and later was found dead were substandard, federal records show. The federal government website for the Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services lists care center inspections on its website.

Canton woman posed as doctor, tried to kill elderly victim

Brunoni pleaded guilty Wednesday to her role in a plot to kill an elderly woman by overdosing her with an opioid-type drug. The victim was revived.

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CANTON  Both the prosecution and defense acknowledge Lilly Brunoni's case is unlike any they've dealt with before. Brunoni pleaded guilty Wednesday to her role in a plot to kill an elderly woman by overdosing her on an opiate-type drug.

Defendants in Huntington drug raid head to court

The first of eight federal court hearings scheduled through Friday in connection with Tuesday's drug roundup in Huntington took place Wednesday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Huntington. U.S. Attorney for Southern West Virginia Mike Stuart said Wednesday in a news release that 11 of the 15 federal targets in West Virginia were apprehended including Manget Peterson who Stuart called "the most critical target."

Peoples Services Acquires Grimes Cos. to Expand in Southeast

Peoples Services Inc., a logistics firm based in Canton, Ohio, acquired the assets of The Grimes Cos. in Jacksonville, Fla., a move that substantially expands the company's warehousing and distribution services in the southeastern United States.

East Liverpool City Police reports

A man charged by city police with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle is now facing additional charges after it was learned he misidentified himself when arrested. According to an amended police report, a man arrested April 13 and charged under the name of Marlan Brooks, 40, Akron, was found to actually be Marcus A. Brooks,33, Canton.

Missing man with dementia found dead in Stark County

A man reported missing Monday from an adult care center in Canton was found dead Tuesday afternoon outside a gas station. The Stark County Sheriff's Office says a passerby discovered the body of Mark Billiter, 56, near a storage building at the Marathon gas station on Louisville Street.

Will high school football finals stay in Canton?

The Ohio High School Athletic Association state football championship games are looking more favorable to remain in Canton for this upcoming season. OHSAA Executive Director Dr. Dan Ross told the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association Tuesday afternoon the OHSAA is working to develop a contract with Stark County to keep the state football finals in Canton for a second straight year.

17-year-old arrested for death of 98-year-old Wadsworth woman

A 17-year-old has been arrested for the death of a 98-year-old Wadsworth woman found dead in her home last week. Margaret Douglas was discovered in a closet inside her Portage Street home last Monday when officers performed a welfare check.

Words to live by: 'Why be a drunk and a bum and a bully?'

He helps his neighbors. Builds machinery. Plows fields. Splits wood. Hammers nails.

OH Firefighters Still Serving Untaxed Residents

Nearly 200 parcels of land at the north end of Meyers Lake were excluded from proper fire protection tax levies due to faulty legal language. April 16--MEYERS LAKE, OH -- Whenever a fire breaks out in a home within the northern portion of this village, the affected residents can be assured a rescue crew is on the way.

NFL Centennial Celebration could bring millions of dollars to community

Host Committee largely comprised of regional government, business leaders, but it also includes people who have produced Super Bowls and NFL Drafts. CANTON  The NFL Centennial Celebration in Canton is being planned as a weeklong, multimillion-dollar event that could draw celebrities, former players and fans to the birthplace of the NFL.

Camp Invention Sparks Students' Interest to Explore STEM

NORTH CANTON, Ohio: Camp Invention introduces young innovators to invention and innovation in a way that makes them relatable and fun. In the new 2018 program, campers will design a vehicle of the future, take apart a mechanical robot dog to diagnose their puppy problems and build their dream smart home.

35 Brix: Northeast Ohio's best weekend brunches, breakfasts

GREEN, Ohio - Our brunch and breakfast series continues as we check out 35 Brix . Here's a look at what to expect: Location + hours: Heritage Crossings Plaza, 3875 Massillon Road, Green, 330-899-9200.

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