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  1. Cleveland man was out of gas with stolen plates, methRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | The Review

    CANTON  A Cuyahoga County man found standing beside a car that had run out of gas early Wednesday also had fictitious plates on the vehicle. Stark County Sheriff's deputies arrested Michael J. Fisher, 31, of Cleveland, who told them he had stolen the license plates and placed them on the 2006 Ford Taurus.

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  2. Tax break approved to keep Schroer Group in StarkRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 17 | The Review

    The Stark County commissioners Wednesday approved a tax abatement for the Schroer Group for its planned new headquarters in Jackson Township. Local officials helped the company, which owns nursing homes and a pharmacy, to induce the company to keep its headquarters with about 327 employees in the county.

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  3. Credit union building new Alliance officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The Review

    The office will be at the corner of South Sawburg Avenue and Parkmont Street NE, will be a bigger facility than the bank's current location on Johnson Road. The new bank will be on a 3.9-acre site, and will be 2,400 square feet.

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  4. Stark Library's bookmobile program largest in OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | The Review

    CANTON  The Stark County District Library bookmobiles come to you without you having to click the "download" or "buy" button. Four of the district's five bookmobiles, each between 29 and 36 feet long, are regularly on the road serving hundreds of Stark County residents at preschools, elementary schools and adult senior centers.

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  5. What you need to know about Friday's traffic safety blitzRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | The Review

    Officers will be out in full force in a 24-hour high-visibility effort to reduce the number of traffic fatalities in Stark County. About 40 percent of Stark County's traffic fatalities this year have been due to a driver's failure to yield.

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  6. Canton native Crenshaw recalls time on Anita Hill's legal teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | The Review

    As the debate rages over Judge Brett Kavanaugh's fitness for the Supreme Court, professor Kimberle Crenshaw hears not-so-distant echoes of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill controversy. In 1991, the Canton native was part of a team who assisted and advised Hill when she testified that then-Supreme Court candidate Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her while working for him.

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  7. Police say Canton woman fabricated story about arsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | The Review

    CANTON  A woman accused of making up a story in which she was the victim of arson ran away from police, tripped and then fell in the street. Allay J. Lucas, 25, of the 3300 block of 14th Street SW, also began fighting with her arresting officer, Stark County Jail records show.

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  8. Former Canton man gets prison for strangling, skinning dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | The Review

    Scott A. Winter, 46, of Warren, pleaded guilty Monday in Stark County Common Pleas Court to a count of prohibitions concerning companion animals, a fifth-degree felony. Initial reports stated Winter had skinned his pit bull alive and posted related video to Facebook but City Prosecutor Jason Reese later clarified that a family member posted the video of the likely dead dog.

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  9. Scores of people visit Gervasi Vineyard for harvest celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 30 | The Review

    CANTON  After rolling up jeans and removing shoes, Sue Hicks took a walk in the grape stomping pit and wound up with red-stained feet and ankles. "I love it," said Hicks of North Canton, who was among the visitors at the 720 Market at Festa Gervasi event Sunday.

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  10. Malone University gets major library giftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | The Review

    The Timken Foundation has awarded Malone University $1.2 million to support the creation of a new Learning Commons and establish the Timken Foundation Center for Student Success inside the institution's Cattell Library. CANTON  Malone University's campus library will undergo a multimillion-dollar makeover to transform it into a center for modern learning and student services as well as a community resource.

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  11. Canton woman to run her 100th marathon where it all beganRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | The Review

    Melissa Johnson remembers what it was like running in the first Akron marathon in 2003. She and her husband, Bob Kazar, had been married for five years.

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  12. Born readers: Babies, books and Fairless Local's literacy planRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | The Review

    "Just like Massillon gives their newborns a football, we want to give our newborns a book from the school," said Fairless Local's Mike Hearn on how the district is working on reading readiness. The conclusion is clear: If parents read to children from birth , the child will be better prepared to learn to read by the time he or she is a kindergarten student.

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  13. MLK's Canton Fieldhouse speech gets historical markerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | The Review

    CANTON  Canton City Schools celebrated International Day of Peace on Friday by dedicating a historical marker commemorating a speech given by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Memorial Fieldhouse on March 20, 1964.

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  14. Confusion remains over CBD oil salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | The Review

    Several stores in Stark County continue to sell products with cannabidiol - a cannabis compound known as CBD - but at least one stopped after learning the state considers it illegal. An Ohio Board of Pharmacy guidance document in late August stated, "All marijuana products, including CBD oil, can only be dispensed in a licensed Medical Marijuana Control Program dispensary."

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  15. Angela Webb attempted murder case ends in a mistrialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2018 | The Review

    CANTON  Jurors talking about the case outside of the courtroom led Stark County Common Pleas Judge Frank Forchione to declare a mistrial Thursday in Angela Webb's trial. Webb is accused of shooting her husband, Anthony Webb, multiple times during a confrontation at their Bethlehem Township home on Jan. 19. She faces counts of attempted murder and felonious assault.

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  16. Dordea leaves Alliance City CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | The Review

    Dordea's resignation, which takes effect Thursday, concludes a lengthy career in public service, which includes serving as chief of the Police Department. He currently is chief of the Hartville Police Department.

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  17. Canton man guilty of triple shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | The Review

    CANTON  It's unclear why Willie C. Daniels II kicked in a door at an apartment on 15th Street SW and started a confrontation that led to three people getting shot. Following roughly six hours of deliberations, Daniels was convicted of three felonious assault counts as well as aggravated burglary and having weapons while under disability.

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  18. Accused serial rapist's bond is $5 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | The Review

    Bond is now $5 million for an accused serial rapist being held on charges he raped three women in Portage and Mahoning counties this summer. Shawn Michael Wendling, 37, appeared Monday morning in Portage County Common Pleas Court and pleaded not guilty to 14 felony charges contained in his indictment.

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  19. The Monday After: Nurses shared WWII hardshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | The Review

    A century ago, the fate of the world was as much in the hands of healing women as it was in those of fighting men. Nurses working the American Red Cross were "over there" during World War I. And many of them were from Stark County.

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  20. Inspirational 'Be a Better Me' film about Lamar Sharpe debuts at Palace TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | The Review

    Local filmmaker Rashaud Polk shot at least 25 hours of footage for what eventually became a documentary about veteran Canton Police Officer Lamar Sharpe. Editing all he had captured over two years into the 63-minute completed film, which will premiere Saturday at the Palace Theatre, was a challenging and painstaking task.

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