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Players Guild Leaving Downtown Canton

The Cultural Center for the Arts will no longer be home to The Players Guild Theatre. This is the press release from Arts in Stark, The Players Guild, and Kent State Stark:. CANTON, OHIO—The Players Guild Theatre (PGT) is moving its organization and operations to Kent State University’s Stark campus following months of review and due diligence by the PGT Board of Directors, leaving the 416-seat main stage and 139-seat black box space open for new opportunities and cultural experiences at the Cultural Center for the Arts, located in downtown Canton.

Small plane crashes in Medina County: What we know

MEDINA COUNTY, Ohio — A pilot is safe after a small plane crashed in Medina County late Wednesday at the Skypark Airport in Guilford Township. Authorities say it was around 9:38 p.m. when troopers were called to the scene where they found a 2018 Vans Kit Model Aircraft overturned just north of the runway.

Talking trash: Kimble says nationwide driver shortage causing delays for trash collection

Kimble Recycling & Disposal Inc. notified Louisville resident Derek Faiello in mid-June that the company was running behind and would pick up his trash a day late. More than two weeks after the first notification — and then being told it would be another week — his three trash and recycling cans were still sitting untouched Wednesday afternoon at the end of his driveway.

Good vibes at fresh Alliance market site

Fresh food and fun were on the menu Saturday at the opening day of the Alliance Farmers Market. The weekly showcase has a new home for the 2022 season, at the northeast corner of East State Street at South Union Avenue. Those who attended June 25 cited plenty of parking and a spread out shopping area as pleasing parts of their experience. Activities are available for children and adults alike during the rain-or-shine Saturday events that will run 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Oct. 1.
Akron Leader Publications

Learn to paddleboard at Nimisila Reservoir

GREEN — Summit Metro Parks will offer Beginner Stand-up Paddleboarding July 1, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Nimisila Reservoir Metro Park/Lot C4, located at 5550 Christman Road. Participants can try stand-up paddleboarding, get some exercise and enjoy a guided nature tour of the lake with a certified instructor and naturalist. No experience needed. The minimum age is 13 and those ages 13 to 17 must be with an adult. Participants must be able to swim and wear close-toed shoes and clothes that can get wet. The $15 fee includes instruction and use of a paddleboard, paddle and personal flotation device. Space is limited. Registration is required at
Cleveland News - Fox 8

Coffee In Canton

Quality cup of Joe! Cherry Blend Coffee Roasters is located on Cherry Avenue in Canton.

Plant Lovers' Almanac: A bit about bad bugs, blight and blooms

Chaotic weather continued last week, with tornadoes and heavy rain in some locations, blistering heat and pleasing springtime weather on the weekend, the latter not so surprising, since it was technically still springtime. This week we worked our way back into the 90s heat Tuesday as summer officially arrived, though a bit cooler at the official summer solstice at 5:14 a.m.
Cleveland News - Fox 8

Show Info: June 24, 2022

New Day Diner Dash! Addy’s Diner is located inside the 5th Street Arcades in Cleveland. Dine across town! Learn more about Canton Food Tours here. International Women’s Air & Space Museum is located inside Burke Lake Front Airport in Cleveland. One Tank Trip. David Moss takes us on...
Farm and Dairy

Antiques, collectibles, household, furniture, and misc.

Antiques and Collectibles: antique fire extinguisher, Myers hay trolley, many antique canning jars, zinc lids, many lots of antique crocks, Maytag wringer washer, antique soda crates, antique milk cans, many antique cream cans, vintage gumball machines, “Murray Trac” pedal tractor, antique copper boiler, vintage postcards, many antique insulators, crock chicken waterer, antique barrel, Indian artifacts, antique books, Coleman lanterns, antique railroad lanterns, vintage ice chests, antique typewriter, vintage luggage, antique slaw cutters, Enterprise sausage stuffer, antique trunks, oil lamps, vintage Elgin boat motor, chicken crate, large copper kettle, and much more!

Three great steakhouses in Ohio

What do you usually order when you go out? If your answer is a steak with some fresh vegetables on the side, then you are in the right place, especially if you live in Ohio or travel to Ohio often. That's because I have put together a list of three great steakhouses in Ohio that you should definitely visit next time you are in the area.

Garden club visits Zoar garden, pays tribute to fallen member

Members of Alliance Garden Club celebrated National Garden Week with a June 8 visit to Zoar and a stop at Beech Creek Botanical Garden's Butterfly House. Members visited a garden in Zoar that represents everlasting life. The women posed with a large spruce at the center of the garden. The garden has paths radiating from the center that symbolize the different paths to heaven.
Akron Leader Publications

Scouts BSA butterfly garden project growing

GREEN — A Scouts BSA Troop 7335 project that cleaned up an overgrown butterfly garden at Veterans Memorial Park in the fall of 2020 is continuing to grow. Troop 7335, pictured above, chartered in 2019 by Greensburg United Methodist Church, is one of the area’s first all-female Boy Scout troops and has 17 members ages 11-17. Scoutmaster Jodie Amiot said the butterfly garden, shown below, now includes three varieties of milkweed, host plants for native butterflies as well as dill, aster and black-eyed Susan and more than a dozen species of nectar-rich flowers such as mountain mints, coneflower, bee balm, delphinium, salvia and liatris – all of which are food sources for native butterflies. Some of these are pictured at right.