Green: For Jennifer Sewell Kopkas, the MAPS Air Museum’s 25th anniversary celebration Saturday was more than a party. It was a pilgrimage.
Green: Chuck DuVall paused at a flat grave marker at East Liberty Cemetery, pushed a metal bar into the hard ground and slipped the slender staff of an American flag into the hole he had created.
GREEN: Loyalty might not be one of the seven virtues, but it is a quality that has paid off for a Canton woman.
GREEN: The 356th Fighter Group Restaurant near Akron-Canton Airport was sold to an investor group after months of negotiations, owners Bob and Tina Scofield announced Thursday night in a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
A North Canton company that provides physician staffing for hospital emergency departments is joining with a health-care investment firm to finance its national expansion plans.
Mustard Seed Market & Cafe co-owner Phil Nabors said he has been “planning this party for five years, and if we do a good job, the party will last 50 years or more.”