A contractor has been ordered to spend nearly two years in prison and repay nearly $900,000 for failure to properly handle and dispose of asbestos during a cleanup of the former Stark Ceramics property on the eastern edge of Canton.
By Malcolm Hall Gatehouse Ohio Media
Osnaburg Local Board of Education recently approved three-year contracts with two principals. Greg Dente retains his position as principal of the middle school, while Rebecca Carter remains as principal of the elementary school. Both contracts start Aug. 1.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 440, North Industry has chosen MacKenzie Rush of Canton South H.S. this year for the Buckeye Girls State program. Rush was selected for 2017 Buckeye Girls State at the University of Mount Union June 11-17. She is the daughter of Dale and Patience Rush.
Children ages five to 12 can learn about the area's heritage at History Camp, which is jointly sponsored by Historic Zoar Village and Fort Laurens and scheduled from 1-4 p.m. daily, July 5-7.
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Local nutrition sites for Meals on Wheels are North Industry Christian Church, 425 45th St., Canton; Indian Run Manor, Waynesburg; Louisville Paradise United Church of Christ, 619 E. Main St. Louisville, OH 44641; and Canton YMCA, 231 Sixth St. For more information, call 330-832-7220.
On Father's Day -- and every day -- the values taught by their late father and longtime area basketball coach Jack McBride live on through his sons' coaching careers and the entire family Jack McBride believed in God, the Catholic church and the zone defense.
By Joe Scalzo Gatehouse Ohio Media
Resident Connie Knepper addressed the Pike Township trustees during their meeting June 19. Knepper stated her neighbor received a letter about the condition of his property.
By Nancy Collier Press-news Writer
The volunteers who make up the local Habitat for Humanity's legendary "Thursday Morning Work Crew" aren't pausing to reflect upon the historical significance of the new home they're building. The floor joists have to go in at 1810 Edwards Ave NE.
By Charita M. Goshay Gatehouse Ohio Media
The 59th annual combined Haynam reunion will be held Sunday June 25, at 1 p.m. at Metzger Park in Louisville. Note that the group will be in the smaller pavilion this year. Contact April Clark (Bos) at 330-614-4629 or email at email@example.com.
Canton South Class of 1962 will hold a reunion picnic at Faircrest Park on July 15, 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Bring your own lunch. For more information, call Janice at 330-484-4826.
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Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church of East Canton announces its Vacation Bible School "Maker Fun Factory" will be held June 26-29th, 6-8:30 p.m. Those interested may or call 330-488-1842 or register online at www.myvbs.org/mttabor.
The Small Town America Tour will bring Rock the Park 2017 to life on Sept. 9 at Metzger Park in Louisville. The tour including Seventh Day Slumber, Manic Drive, Consumed by Fire, Shonlock, and V Rose will join opening act Safe Kept to fill concert-goers with lots of music and God's word.
This year Magnolia Historical Society will host Music Through the ages on Monday Night Music at the Park. Each Monday, starting July 10, will feature music from different decades, from 7-9 p.m.
(StatePoint) The summer can really take a toll on skin, when more of it is exposed to sun, bugs and poisonous plants. To keep skin cool, comfortable and irritation-free no matter what conditions you encounter, use these tips from NYC-based dermatologist, Dr. Angela Lamb of Mt.
(StatePoint) Seventy-seven percent of American women want to be their own boss, a new survey from Avon finds.
(StatePoint) Summer can be hot, sticky and downright uncomfortable. It can also be dangerous if you are not prepared. Cope with the heat this summer and stay healthy and safe with these helpful tips. Maintain your air conditioner.
East Canton Branch 330-488-1501 firstname.lastname@example.org Women's Memoir Club, Tuesday, June 27, 11 a.m. until noon. Everyone has a story to tell. Discuss how to bring your memories to life to share, save, and create a family legacy.
DRILLED: 270 (275 as of last week) DRILLING: 173 (169) PERMITTED: 508 (504) PRODUCING: 1,575 (1,570) TOTAL: 2,526 (2,518) Eight horizontal permits were issued during the week that ended June 10, and 25 rigs were operating in the Utica Shale.
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(StatePoint) While you may take healthy eyes for granted, it's important to know that as you age, you become more susceptible to conditions that can impair your vision. The effects of vision loss can be devastating, harming one's quality of life and independence.
(StatePoint) Whether you use a landline, mobile phone or both, you've likely received those pesky robocalls -- phone calls that use a computerized auto-dialer to deliver a pre-recorded message. As a consumer, here is what to know about this common annoyance to your home or personal line.