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Sheriff confirms double homicide in Belmont County

BELMONT COUNTY, Ohio — Belmont County Sheriff Dave Lucas held a brief news conference in his office to offer an update on what his office labeled the "suspicious deaths" of two people after receiving a call of a house fire in Morristown on Tuesday. “As of now, we have classified...
BELMONT COUNTY, OH
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Anthony R. "Tony" Moore

Anthony Raymond “Tony” Moore, 51, of Cumberland, passed away Monday (September 20, 2021) at SEORMC due to complications of Covid-19. Tony was a member of the Operating Engineers Local #18. He was currently employed with National Lime Stone, and during the winter months he worked for Carlson Environmental Consultants. Tony was a 1988 graduate of Meadowbrook High School, and a member of The Anchor Church, Cambridge. He enjoyed spending time with his kids, grandkids, and rides on his Harley with Mindi. Tony was a hard worker and enjoyed going to work.
CUMBERLAND, OH
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Name Released from Coshocton, Tuscarawas County Pursuit

Nick McWilliams – Following a Monday evening chase that went from Coshocton to Tuscarawas County, officials have released a name in regards to the incident. The chase started following an attempted traffic shop in Coshocton, before the driver sped away, eventually heading eastbound on U.S. 36 before being apprehended outside Port Washington.
COSHOCTON, OH
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Baby's death under investigation as homicide

CANTON – City police say they are investigating the death of a northeast Canton baby. Police were called at 10:25 p.m. Sept. 1 to an apartment in the 2900 block of Rem Circle NE where the 4-month-old boy was reportedly not breathing, according to police reports. A man identifying himself...
CANTON, OH
Times Reporter

Savvy Seniors: Ruth Marie Jackson ready to celebrate 100

Ruth Marie Jackson is 100 years old today. Talking with her as she sits in her chair at Hennis Care Center in New Philadelphia, one would guess she were half that age. She has resided there for two years, necessitated by two hip replacements after she fell and broke, first one hip, and then while recuperating, the other.
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH
Times Reporter

Massillon Museum to hold children’s pumpkin patch party

The Massillon Museum, 121 Lincoln Way E, will host its annual children’s Pumpkin Patch Party from 6 to 7 p.m. Oct. 6. Children will be able to trick or treat through museum galleries. Those who are unable to attend may pick up a free party kit at the museum beginning Oct. 6.
MASSILLON, OH
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Small fryer fire shuts down Massillon Old Carolina restaurant

MASSILLON – A small fire in a deep fryer on Tuesday shut down operations at the Old Carolina Barbecue Company restaurant. Massillon firefighters were called the restaurant at 2482 Lincoln Way E around 11:30 a.m., 30 minutes after the eatery opened. Assistant Chief Paul Harbaugh said a small fire ignited...
MASSILLON, OH
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Watt Center Book Sale features 2022 commemorative calendar

Book loving Barnesville Pumpkin Festival visitors who check out the many bargains of the Watt Center for History and the Arts Book Sale may also purchase commemorative Barnesville area 2022 calendars. The cost per calendar is $8. The group will also sell copies of the 2008 Bicentennial and 1908 Centennial book reprint at the sale.
BARNESVILLE, OH
Times Reporter

Nameste moves its operation to Main Street location

Danni Davis, Owner of Nameste Hair and Nails in Newcomerstown, hoped to expand her services to locals in the community. After only one year of starting the salon, her dream has become a reality, as she recently moved the full-service salon to 136 E. Main Street in the village. Along...
NEWCOMERSTOWN, OH
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Times-Leader

Enjoying the summer season’s harvest

Gardening season is winding down, and I don’t know whether to be disappointed or relived. Sure, most days are still quite warm and leaves all around remain green. But there’s a bit of a rusty brown appearing atop many roadside plants, and many vegetables have begun to expire. We certainly...
BARNESVILLE, OH
Times Reporter

The hunting season that can actually make money

As an alleged outdoors expert I take a certain amount of pride in knowing when a hunting season opens, closes, etc. It doesn’t always make for great copy but I feel it’s an important aspect of what I do. At the very least I feel like anyone who reads these columns should never get arrested for shooting anything out of season.
DOVER, OH
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Canton-born inventor of The Game of Life dies

Reuben Klamer, the Canton-born inventor of the popular board game The Game of Life, has died. He was 99. Klamer was commissioned by the Milton Bradley Co. (now Hasbro) to create the game, which made its debut at the International Toy Fair in 1960. Considered one of the best-selling games...
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Meals on Wheels

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. Monday: creamed chicken over biscuit, sliced...
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