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Wrong way driver hits vehicle in head-on collision along I-77

CANTON ― Two people were injured early Wednesday morning when a motorist driving the wrong way on Interstate 77 struck another vehicle head-on near the U.S. Route 30 interchange. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a black Jeep Wrangler driven by a 25-year-old North Canton driver was struck by a 47-year-old Canton driver of a white Hyundai Tuscon, which was traveling north in a southbound lane just after midnight. ...
CANTON, OH
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Perfect doughy pizza, flavorful wings and rolls at Camellone Italian American Cuisine

CANTON — Tucked in the plaza with the National Beauty College across the street from Raisin Rack sits Camellone Italian American Cuisine. The shop is set up mainly for carryout orders but does offer limited seating. My husband, Austin, and I visited on a Sunday evening to pick up a carryout order. We arrived a little early, so we hung out and watched while they finished our order. The workers were friendly and fast. ...
CANTON, OH
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Pet adoption event coming Sunday to Green's Ariss Park

GREEN − Animals from several rescues will be at a pet adoption event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at Ariss Park, 2520 Wise Road. Guests can enter their dog in a puppy pageant that begins at 12:30 p.m. or get family photos taken with their pets. There also will be giveaways and food trucks at the event sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway Stouffer Realty.
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Brothers open training fitness facility in Dalton

Brothers Matt and Shawn Everhart offers various programs customized to each individual clients’ goals at their training facility at 1732 Deerfield N, Dalton. DALTON Whether one wants to lose weight, get in shape, train for a particular sport or activity, or improve overall health, two brothers who opened a training facility in Dalton want to help everyone realize their goals.
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'Rent The Chicken' lends you everything you need to enjoy fresh eggs

How would you like access to farm fresh eggs right in your own backyard from a chicken that you 'rent'? It's a popular trend sweeping across the country where you rent a chicken, a coop, and everything you need to start enjoying fresh eggs. The Fox 8 Morning Show team learns more about 'Rent The Chicken' from Steve Andrews who offers the service to folks in the Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Mansfield areas. You can learn more about Rent The Chicken here: http://www.rentthechicken.com/.
CLEVELAND, OH
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