A Thanksgiving fire in Maple Heights that destroyed a warehouse and distribution center owned by the maker of Harry London and Fannie May chocolates has led to a temporary halt on candy orders just as the Christmas selling season hits full speed.
NORTH CANTON: A 58-year-old Jackson Township man was arrested Thursday on charges that he lured young boys into letting him take nude pictures of them.
GREEN: The Green Board of Education and the 140-member Green Local Association of School Support have agreed to terms for a three-year contract.
GREEN: The cost of police service in the city is about to take a big jump.
Massillon native Doug Remley likes to come home five or six times a year.
When Thomas and Cynthia Peeples of Green went to the Legends Sports Pub’s Halloween party Friday night, they did not expect to land in the middle of a racial dispute.
The last AirTran plane took off from Akron-Canton Airport on Saturday amid a water-jet salute.
GREEN: Team supporter Amy Capeta told the Green Board of Education this week that “the time is now” to move forward with a new tennis court complex for the district.
Q: Is now a good time to aerate and dethatch a lawn?
GREEN: After four months of negotiations, Green school teachers have a new three-year contract.