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.”
aster Sunday — the day that seats in most churches are filled and the day the unchurched are most likely to show up.
For those who have missed some familiar voices — Stan Piatt and Maggie Fuller of WNIR fame will be working together again on KRMA Internet radio.
When Jacob Rummell describes what he loves in music, he talks about fun and good vibes. Which kind of sums up his life right now.