The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum will host a Stark County Commissioner and former Canton mayor for an upcoming program. Janet Weir Creighton will explore the pomp and circumstance woven into every State Dinner held at the White House at the next Tea with the Curator.
Stark State College's ShaleNET Share project, which increases access to the innovative ShaleNET oil and gas industry curriculum, is already expanding.
(NAPSI) -- According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, some 70,000 children under age 5 are injured every year by common household products and toys--but yours don't have to be among them. Here are seven ways to keep infants and toddlers safer: 1. Cook safely.
Students at Faircrest Memorial Middle School recently participated in Junior Achievement Day. Guest speakers from the business world and higher education spoke to students about preparing for life after graduation.
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Canton Township will host an open house and safety day on Oct. 22 from 1-4 p.m. The event will take place at the township's fire administration building and community center, formerly Amos McDannel Elementary School, at 210 38th St. SE.
The Walsh Cavaliers and Malone Pioneers take their gridiron rivalry to a new level Oct. 22 with an all-out blitz on hunger in Stark County.
Aultman Hospital presents the following free Health Talk programs during the month of November. Seating for all health talks is limited, and reservations are required. Call 330-363-TALK (8255) or sign up at www.aultman.org.
(NAPSI) -- According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than 350,000 home fires occur each year--but you can help your family stay safe. Fire Safety Suggestions Keep your family safe by: 1.
East Canton High School teacher Lisa Gothard received a $425 check for the STEM program during Monday's Osnaburg Local Board of Education meeting. The check was presented by East Canton Mayor Kathy Almasy on behalf of the local Rotary Club.
The Apple Dumpling Gang from Magnolia Area Historical Society has been busy. Apple Dumpling Day at Taggarts Ice Cream in Magnolia is Sunday, Oct. 23 beginning at 11 a.m. until the group runs out of dumplings. Dumplings will be served with a scoop of homemade Taggarts ice cream.
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Northeast Ohio gas prices drop by 9 cents this week, decreasing to $2.173 a gallon, according to AAA East Central's Fuel Gauge report. The national average is $2.241. Local prices included $2.087 in Alliance and $2.035 in Massillon.
PIKE TWP. -- Prior to their regular meeting Monday evening, township trustees held a hearing with Zoning Commission Chairperson Robert Murphy. He explained that some language changes were necessary in the zoning book.
By Nancy Collier The Press-news
Osnaburg Local Schools will host free internet training for senior citizens on Oct. 18 and 25 from 6-8 p.m. Trainings will take place in the Mel Lioi media center in the school located at 310 Browning Ct. in East Canton. The trainings will be provided by students of the district.
Tables are still available for the 40th Christmas boutique in Sandyville. The event is set for Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the town hall. Organizers are looking for unique handmade items. For an application and more information, call 330-866-2135.
SANDY TWP. -- Canton Township Trustee Bill Smith, a candidate for Stark County commissioner, spoke to township trustees during their meeting Monday night. "The county has righted its ship," Smith said. "That needs to continue. As a commissioner, I would focus on fiscal responsibility.
By David Hutton The Press-news
EAST SPARTA -- Visitors to a recent Pike Township open house had a chance to see recent renovations made to the East Sparta fire station. They saw several improvements that make the station have some of the comforts of home.
By Walter Doerschuk The Press-news
Sandy Valley High School honored its homecoming king, queen and court last weekend. Kinzy Swiger and Tia Chiavari were named homecoming king and queen. The court was honored prior to Friday's football game and during Saturday's dance.
The Mineral City Volunteer Fire Department will host a "Handcrafted Christmas at the Fire Station" on Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At noon, Santa will arrive on a fire truck to visit with the children. The jolly elf will remain for photos from noon to 2 p.m.
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The Osnaburg Local Board of Education had a special presentation during its Oct. 18 meeting. Assistant Fire Chief Amy Parker presented James Stubblefield and Andrew McCrary with a plaque for their heroic action saving 3-year-old Maci Stubblefield.
WIGS visit Ohio Star Theater On Oct. 1 Workers in God's Service of Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville traveled to Sugarcreek where they attended the comedy, "Mennonite Girls Can Cook" at the Ohio Star Theatre followed by a sit down dinner at the Dutch Valley Restaurant.