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  1. Farm sues NEXUS over soil erosionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Review

    WASHINGTON TWP.  A farm has sued NEXUS Gas Transmission, saying the pipeline company caused erosion that damaged crops and washed away soil. Oakway Farms filed the lawsuit July 10 in Stark County Common Pleas Court in Canton with a request for compensatory and punitive damages and attorney fees in excess of $55,000.

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  2. Hit-skip victim's body discovered in Canton TownshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Review

    CANTON TWP. A 30-year-old woman was discovered dead alongside Mapleton Street SE on Saturday night in what Stark County authorities suspect was a hit-skip traffic incident.

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  3. Pinkerton to leave Sebring mayor postRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | The Review

    For more than 28 years, he's been a member of the Sebring Village government, serving two stints as mayor, including for the past six and a half years. That will change July 21, when Pinkerton leaves office and moves to North Canton.

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  4. Stark radio deal to cost at least $200k more a year for four yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | The Review

    The board finalized its agreement with the state on connecting its radio towers to the state's Multi-Agency Radio Communications System. CANTON  Stark County commissioners have approved an agreement with the state to connect its radio system to its Multi-Agency Radio Communications System or MARCS and it's going to cost more than projected.

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  5. Stark radio deal to cost at least $200k more a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | The Review

    The board finalized its agreement with the state on connecting its radio towers to the state's Multi-Agency Radio Communications System. CANTON  Stark County commissioners have approved an agreement with the state to connect its radio system to its Multi-Agency Radio Communications System or MARCS.

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  6. Community Legal Aid continues mission at new Stark County siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 9 | The Review

    At the front desk is a small video screen allowing visitors to Community Legal Aid in Stark County to correspond with a staff person off-site. However, the organization's new location at 401 Market Ave. N represents more than renovated office space and new technology, according to those who head the organization.

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  7. Ulster Project builds U.S.-Irish connectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 7 | The Review

    CANTON TWP.  As they prepared to go swimming last week to beat the heat, a group of Irish teens snacked on Mexican nachos at the home of their American host, Linda Reibenstein. They're here under the auspices of the Ulster Project, an outreach designed to build bridges of understanding between Protestant and Catholic kids who live in Northern Ireland, while giving them a taste of American life.

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  8. Stark sexual assault suspect nabbed 18 years laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | The Review

    A former area man who had been living in Florida was back Friday in Stark County Common Pleas Court to face charges. CANTON  After avoiding arrest for 18 years, a former Carroll County man has been returned to Stark County to answer charges that he sexually assaulted several young girls.

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  9. Off-duty Stark deputy accused of pulling gun in Salem parking lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | The Review

    The Stark County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident in which Deputy Richard T. Gurlea was involved outside the Wendy's restaurant on East State Street in Salem. CANTON  Stark County Sheriff's deputies are investigating one of their own after an incident involving an off-duty deputy and a gun in a Columbiana County fast-food parking lot.

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  10. Canton teen happy in U.S. after adoption from LiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | The Review

    John DiMaria initially believed America was a place where everything was free. His new parents informed him it wasn't true.

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  11. Stripe Avenue extension to improve traffic flow, spur developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 4 | The Review

    JACKSON TWP.  Dirt is being moved and other work has begun on an extension of Strip Avenue NW that has been roughly a decade in planning.

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  12. Video: Mom, police use CPR to save infantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | The Review

    CANTON  Charnele Carpenter, sent home from the hospital with a heart monitor for her premature baby, said she woke up shortly before 3:30 a.m. Monday and went to prepare his bottle. But the heart monitor, which sounds any time her baby stops breathing for more than 20 seconds, sounded twice while she was getting the bottle.

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  13. Owens speech will be at ChattanoogaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | The Review

    Terrell Owens has decided to celebrate his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at Chattanooga, where he played college football. The former All-Pro receiver, who has said he was not attending the induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio, said in a statement on Tuesday that he would give his acceptance speech at his alma mater.

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  14. Coleman taking over Crisis Intervention & Recovery CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | The Review

    CANTON  For many people facing addiction or a mental health crisis, the Crisis Intervention & Recovery Center has been their first call for help. CIRC will continue to operate its opiate and crisis hotlines and have detox and stabilization services for people in crisis, but Coleman and other agencies are taking over CIRC's outpatient services and other programs.

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  15. Online job search scam tangles Canton womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 2 | The Review

    A Canton woman who applied for an office job advertised online was notified the position had been filled. She was told to forward her resumé to "our client partner's company."

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  16. Patriot Software seeks major expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 2 | The Review

    From its colonial building in the heart of Belden Village, Patriot Software wants to be second to Intuit in accounting and payroll software in the United States. JACKSON TWP.  Michael J. Kappel, the founder and CEO of Patriot Software, sees the proximity of his burgeoning company in a three-floor colonial building in Belden Village to Interstate 77 as great for business.

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  17. 12th Street NW becoming 'better entrance' to CantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 1 | The Review

    The city is in the final stages of a lengthy upgrade to the street intersecting with Interstate 77 near Mercy Medical Center. The stretch of 12th Street NW between Monument Road and Mercy Drive is expected to reopen by early August, a couple of months behind schedule.

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  18. Mercy Medical Center cares for communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 30 | The Review

    CANTON  If you need help, Mercy Medical Center stands ready as a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System. "As the only faith-based health organization around, we think our mission is just as important today as the day it started more than 100 years ago," CEO Paul C. Hiltz said.

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  19. 'Aultman' expanding its presence in southwest CantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 30 | The Review

    Aultman Hospital is Stark County's largest, with more than 1,000 beds, 700 active physicians and 6,600 employees, Each day, thousands of people use Interstate 77's Exit 105. Some turn east, toward jobs or appointments in downtown Canton; others head west, destined for Aultman Hospital or a related facility on its sprawling campus just south of Tuscarawas Street.

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  20. I-77 corridor helps Peoples Services succeedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 29 | The Review

    CEO cites 'nice balance of business and family opportunities with a low cost of living, high quality of living and ample natural resources.' CANTON  Sounding as much like a tourism promoter as a transportation company chief executive, Doug Sibila believes "Ohio really is at the heart of it all."

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