A new restaurant has opened in North Canton, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in Canton, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Peterson and Kuany: Tag team Richmond Heights roll 66-54ohsfbmedia.comNewsBreak Contributor
Leopards dominate defending state champs Lutheran East 77-65ohsfbmedia.comNewsBreak Contributor
This Place in Canton Offers an Unforgettable Dining Experience - Mulligan's Restaurant & PubJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
New Philadelphia's 'big three' wrap up sectional titles as the march to state continues
UHRICHSVILLE — Times-Reporter-area teams enjoyed outstanding performances at the Claymont Division II sectional wrestling tournament on Saturday. New Philadelphia qualified nine wrestlers to next weekend’s district tournament while Carrollton won the sectional team title and advanced 12. Youthful but talented Claymont will be sending four to district completion.
New Philadelphia, OH Residents: Your Future Cats Best Friend Awaits!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to new philadelphia..
Solar farm coming to southern Stark County? Township zoning board to vote on project
BETHLEHEM TWP. − The township Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Monday to decide whether to grant a conditional use permit to a Boston company to build a solar farm. Galehead Development wants permission to install a 19.3-watt "pole-mounted solar energy system" on a 76.7-acre site just north of Bolivar and west of Interstate 77. The company would lease property at 8798 Beth Drive SW.
Crash caused huge traffic backup for hours on I-77 N
A two car crash on I 77 North at US 62 is causing a large traffic back-up in Stark County where roads's were icy in some spots due to a pass snow shower Saturday morning.
Carrollton transformer fire causes large power outage in village
(Update: Power was restored to the village overnight.) A number of residents throughout Carrollton are without power following a fire in the village. According to Carrollton Fire Chief Shane Thomas, a transformer caught fire on East Main Street Thursday evening. The transformer fire caused many residents to lose power. Crews...
Stark County had at least 30 crashes due to icy roads early Saturday
However, Stark County had icy conditions between 6 and 9 a.m. Saturday that made roads hazardous, causing at least 30 crashes. Most of the collisions had no or minor injuries but they kept first responders busy for a while. "It's pretty cleared up now," said Battalion Fire Chief Eric Ohman...
Is Canton less violent? City's crime numbers decrease in 2023
Violent crime in Canton dropped 5% in 2023 compared to 2022, and 10% compared to an average of the previous five years,. The number of homicides, 16, remained the same in 2023 as 2022. The number of people shot dropped 14% from 2022 to 2023, and 30% from the previous...
Canton's Victory Square Apartments is a mess. HUD should be embarrassed
The situation at Victory Square Apartments in Canton is a disaster. And the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development should be embarrassed. If you've followed the excellent reporting by Canton Repository staff writer Kelli Weir, you know that Victory Square residents have been living in conditions that could only be described as squalor. She's detailed baseboard heaters that don't work, leaky pipes, widespread mold, water damage, sewage dripping from a ceiling, broken stairs and doors that don't lock — among other problems.
Ruby fills vacant Dellroy Council seat
At the February meeting of Dellroy Village Council, Mayor Amy Harkless made an appointment to the vacant council seat. Harkless reported that she had spoken to Mick Ruby, who was present at the meeting, after the January meeting. Ruby had submitted a letter of interest in filling the vacant seat as well as assisting with work around the village.
Carrollton resident shines light on rare disease
Krissy Hennis Green, a resident of Carrollton, is shedding light on a rare and debilitating condition known as Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis, coinciding with Encephalitis Awareness Month this February. Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis, often referred to as “Brain on Fire,” is a rare form of autoimmune encephalitis characterized by the body producing...
❄️ Winter Weather Advisory: Delays Expected on SR 39, Tuscarawas County
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Eastern Ohio. At 7:45 AM on February 24, travelers on SR 39 in Tuscarawas County should expect winter weather conditions to impact their commute. A live update provided by the state transportation crew depicts actively falling snow that is anticipated to persist through the morning. Authorities are urging motorists to allocate additional time for travel and to maintain a safe distance from snow removal equipment operating in the area. Commuters are reminded to exercise caution and be prepared for slippery road conditions during these ongoing winter weather operations. #ODOTWinter.
From Canton to the Middle East: A Taste Adventure at 3 Local Restaurants
In this article, we'll be exploring three delectable Middle Eastern restaurants located in Canton. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experience! Please feel free to share your thoughts and comments below.
Beating The Odds: Canton eye stroke survivor
Time is of the essence when it comes to a stroke. Delays can lead to serious medical complications, so knowing the symptoms is very important. But what if the symptoms are not typical? A Stark County man had an unusual symptom that almost cost him his sight.
Reeves Foundation awarded grants to 58 local nonprofit organizations in 2023
DOVER − The Reeves Foundation awarded $1,589,438 to 58 local nonprofit organizations in 2023. Local nonprofits that address the needs of the community are encouraged to contact the foundation at its Dover office for grant application information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 330-364-4660.Requests of all sizes are considered, but organizations must be 501(c)(3) certified. The foundation board meets bimonthly to consider grant requests.
Stark County inmate charged for attacking corrections officer: Sheriff
CANTON, Ohio (WOIO) - A Stark County inmate is now facing additional charges after attacking a corrections officer on Wednesday, according to Sheriff George Maier. Maier says the 25-year-old, identified as Prince Toussant Trammell, attacked the office from behind, took the set of jail keys to attempt to unlock other cells, then attacked the officer again.
Cameo Grill to celebrate anniversary with deal, memories
When Cameo Grill opened in 1944 on South Erie Street in Massillon, the president was Franklin D. Roosevelt, gas cost 15 cents per gallon, and bread was 10 cents a loaf. World War II was raging. A new home cost about $3,450. In Massillon, the Bickis brothers were opening the now-iconic...
Petition to Keep Uhrichsville BMV Open
City and village officials are working to keep the Uhrichsville BMV location open following a decline in revenue and the state agency agreeing to not present a new bid for proposals. At Thursday evening Uhrichsville council meeting, Mayor Jim Zucal noted that he had been talking with Dennison’s mayor and...
Dover girls turn up the defense to deny Harrison Central in sectional championship
DOVER - The rematch is set. The Dover girls’ basketball team captured a Division II sectional championship and set the table for a rematch with West Holmes after the Crimson Tornadoes ousted Harrison Central 45-27 in tourney action Saturday. The win vaults the eighth-seeded Tornadoes (13-10) into a district semifinal date with fifth-seeded West...
Stark County roundup: News from around the Canton region
CANTON − Multiple Grammy and Dove Award-winning singer Michael W. Smith will bring his Forever Tour to the Palace Theatre, 605 Market Ave. N, at 7 p.m. Saturday. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $24.50, $34.50, $44.50, $58.50 and $84.50 (VIP). For tickets or more information, visit cantonpalacetheatre.org.
❄️ Slippery Roads and Snow Accumulations Expected From Toledo to Canton, OH
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Cleveland, OH. Motorists should exercise caution as slippery road conditions are anticipated through the morning near and south of a line extending from Toledo to Canton. Snowfall is expected to accumulate, particularly near and south of US 30, with one to two inches of snow possible in the area. Travelers are advised to stay alert and prepare for potentially hazardous driving conditions. The Ohio Department of Transportation has provided images from their cameras showing areas where the heaviest snow has been observed. As winter weather continues, drivers should allow for extra travel time and keep a safe distance from other vehicles on the road.