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  1. Canton homicide investigatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Review

    PLAIN TWP A shooting was being investigated Saturday night that apparently occurred on Route 62 west near Middlebranch Avenue NE. The Stark County Sheriff's Office confirmed a shooting was being investigated.

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  2. "A Family Christmas Eve" joins the Salvation Army Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 15 | The Review

    CANTON  Michelle Beyer said she knows what it's like to be homeless and alone during the Christmas season. The result is "A Family Christmas Eve: Share the Warmth," a free, multifaceted celebration for people in need that Beyer started in 2014.

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  3. ArtsinStark announces grant awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | The Review

    CANTON  ArtsinStark's Board of Directors have approved nearly $1.2 million in in grants to 71 organizations and individual artists across Stark County. The grants were awarded in four categories: Major Arts Organizations, Special Projects, SmArts and 20/20 Vision.

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  4. Visit Canton moves to OnestoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 | The Review

    CANTON  Visit Canton, the organization that promotes the area's tourist attractions, is settling into its new home downtown by the Canton Music Block. Also known as the Stark County Convention and Visitors' Bureau, Visit Canton started its move from its old offices a block away the day before Thanksgiving.

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  5. Stark Forum: Secure, connected, resilient citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | The Review

    CANTON  Johnson Controls is a global company that boasts $30 billion a year in sales and 120,000 employees. "So here is what we have," Denny Saunier, president and CEO of the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce told a group on Tuesday.

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  6. From Canton to Congress: Susie Lee elected to Nevada House seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | The Review

    When Susie Lee campaigned for a Nevada Congressional seat, nearly 2,000 miles separated her from a hometown she hadn't lived in for decades. But it was her working class background and upbringing in Stark County that helped shape her personal philosophies and political principles.

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  7. Canton BOE investigating Superintendent Adrian AllisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | The Review

    CANTON  At 12:21 a.m. on the night of the final McKinley High School football game, Canton City Schools Superintendent Adrian Allison sent an email to the Board of Education. "Good evening, This evening after the football game, a band parent and chaperone approached me to tell me that our dancers in the band were being repeatedly disrespectful to adults during the game and throughout the season," Allison wrote.

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  8. Gift warms hearts, home of Salvation Army officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Review

    Whether it's food, clothing or fellowship, the agency is on the front line of assisting those in need in the Alliance area. Mike Weikart and his wife, Renee, who own Custom Comfort Systems, Inc. of Columbiana, took on the helper role, installing a new Bryant Furnace heating and cooling system in the parish house where Salvation Army Lieutenants Matt and Debbie Hamilton are assigned.

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  9. Auditor's office lowers values for almost half who appealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | The Review

    The Stark County Auditor's office says it has informed the owners of about 4,500 properties the result of the informal appeal of new valuations of their property issued this summer. CANTON The Stark County Auditor's office reduced 2018 property values for more than 47 percent of properties whose owners filed informal appeals by September.

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  10. Churches gear up for Christmas by observing AdventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | The Review

    When one of her daughters was born not breathing, Janelle Phinney said she finally understood, in small way, the anxiety the Virgin Mary may have experienced prior to Jesus' arrival. Phinney, pianist for St. John's Anglican Church, will take part in the kickoff of a three-week concert series at 4 p.m. Sunday to celebrate Advent, the reflective period on the Christian liturgical calendar leading up to Christmas.

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  11. WHS students, staff send off Tiger football team with fanfareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | The Review

    The swing band, Obie, cheerleaders, students and staff gathered to send off the team before tonight's state championship game. MASSILLON  Students and staff at Washington High School took time out of the school day to gather in the hallways and wish the football team good luck.

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  12. Police say suicide at Aultman an 'isolated incident'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | The Review

    CANTON  A 75-year-old shot himself in the head in front of a security guard Tuesday afternoon at Aultman Hospital, according to authorities. "He had told his wife what his plans were, and that's why security was checking the building for him," Canton Police Chief Jack Angelo said.  The man had been a recent patient of the hospital, Angelo said.

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  13. Husband tells jury wife shot him on purposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | The Review

    "She looked at me, and she said, 'You're going to die,' and she shot me with a different gun," Anthony Webb testified Tuesday in his wife's attempted murder trial. CANTON  Anthony Webb tried to recall what happened Jan. 19 just before he was shot multiple times in his Bethlehem Township home.

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  14. New Samantha's Grill in the making for LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 25 | The Review

    Liveliness that comes with commerce is expected to again fill up the 1900 block of West Main Street as a new restaurant and tavern takes root. Heidi Kiefer Adams, who operates three restaurants in Stark County, is locating a fourth establishment here in the building that until earlier this year housed Mikes-Milann's.

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  15. Canton police have suspects from fatal shooting in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 25 | The Review

    A Canton man and woman whom police believe are connected to a fatal shooting on Thanksgiving Day are in custody. CANTON A city man and woman who are suspects in connection with a fatal shooting on Thanksgiving Day are in custody after turning themselves in while at a Jackson Township motel early Sunday morning.

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  16. Sheriff Maier seeks budget increase to add 11 deputiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 19 | The Review

    CANTON  Stark County Sheriff George Maier is asking for a 10 percent funding hike for 2019, in part so he can hire 10 more officers for the county jail and one additional deputy for patrol. Maier made his request during a budget hearing Monday with the Stark County commissioners.

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  17. Fire damages home in northeast CantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | The Review

    CANTON Residents of a house at 1343 Wabash Court NE were forced from their home by a fire which broke out in the kitchen Sunday evening. "Two of the residents were home," Acting Battalion Chief Rick Sacco said.

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  18. Building trades promise lucrative career with college debtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | The Review

    Nathan Thorne knows that when he graduates from high school, he wants to become an apprentice for a trade, eventually attend college and get a stable job. But Thorne, a junior studying precision machining technology at R.G. Drage Career Technical Center in Massillon, doesn't know what kind of apprenticeship he'd like or what kind of job in the trades he hopes to land.

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  19. Glamorgan Castle repairs underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2018 | The Review

    The Keep the Castle Strong campaign committee hosted an invitation-only celebration Wednesday at the Glamorgan Castle rotunda, updating donors and concerned citizens on the efforts to restore, replace and reinforce significant portions of the Castle to allow for its continued longevity. According to W. John Gross, chairman of the Castle Crusaders Capital Campaign Committee, the effort has raised $1.1 million in the first two years of the three-year campaign, allowing Coon Restoration of Canton to begin work on the elaborate 114-year old historic structure.

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  20. Canton responds to 28 crashes, including fatal on U.S. Route 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2018 | The Review

    The fatal crash is the fifth in the Stark County area in the past week and the second in less than 12 hours. CANTON  A 61-year-old Paris Township man was killed early Thursday in a crash on U.S. Route 30 that set off a chain reaction of other crashes that snarled traffic for hours.

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