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Located sixty miles from Cleveland Acton was founded in 1805. The area grew into a large manufacturing center due to the railroad lines that crossed the city. The city was named for Canton/Guangzhou China. Today the area is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as well as the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. It is also home to such culture sites as the Canton Museum of Art. The American Professional Football Association was started in Canton in the 1920's.

Population: 78379
Local Newspapers: The Repository Courier
Local Sports Teams: Pro Football Hall of Fame
Local Colleges: State UniversityMalone University, Walsh University

Zip Codes associated with canton, ohio: 44512, 44615, 44702, 44703, 44704, 44705, 44706, 44707, 44708, 44709, 44710, 44714, 44718, 44720, 44721, 44730
Towns/Cities near canton, ohio : Massillon, Louisville, Navarre, Brewster, Minerva, Strasburg, Wooster

Canton News
Police release name of man found dead in Canton public housing complex

Canton police released the name of a man found dead of an apparent gunshot wound to the head Saturday morning. Police found Taiwan L. White, 31, inside a Buick Century about 8 a.m. in Sherrick Road Apartments, a public housing complex, the Canton Repository reported.

Pan African Film Festival: The Long Road to the Hall of Fame Q&A

During the 23rd annual Pan African Film Festival, documentaries were able to capture the heart and soul of the audience. Documentaries such as Nas: Time is Illmatic , The Cooler Bandits , and Bound: Africans vs African Americans , help clarify and peak viewers interest.

Circus comes to Canton, protesters take a stand

The sights and sounds of the Shriner Circus boomed from inside the Canton Civic Center Friday night. But outside, protestors were taking a stand for the lives of the four-legged performers.

County seeks allies on Route 30 project

Columbiana County commissioners are contemplating creating another organization that would assist in their efforts to jump start the U.S. Route 30 project. Commissioners agreed this week to explore joining with four other counties in creating a regional transportation improvement project as a way to obtain state and federal funding for Route 30. "What this does is give us an opportunity to go with other counties to work together on options on how to make Route 30 happen," said Commissioner Mike Halleck.

Vacation as medication prescribed by new Dr. Trips Travel Agency

"Your medication is to take a vacation" -- and it's available at the new Alliance office of Dr. Trips Travel Agency, located in the Lingenfelter-Brill plaza at 670 W. State St. Self-employed travel consultant Mark Cade, who worked with AAA for 15 years, joined Canton-based Dr. Trips Travel in October and opened the Alliance office in February, sharing space with On the Glow Custom Spray Tans. "There's a couple outside sales agents with them, but it's so busy we put an office here instead of just floating around," he said.

East Liverpool Lion Receives Award

Ohio Multiple District 13-D recently held it's 49th Convention at The McKinley Grand Hotel in Canton. During the Grand Banquet, Governor Barb Sorkin of the Rootstown Lions Club along with International Director, Karla Harris, presented Lions International President Joe Preston's awards to deserving Lions from the District.

'April Assemblage' at Canton Museum of Art highlights works from Canton Artists League

The Canton Artists League Spring Show, entitled "April Assemblage," will be exhibited April 4 through May 10 at the Canton Museum of Art. The Canton Artists League is an affiliate group of the Museum, which provides a venue biennially for the League's members to exhibit their work.

Norman E. Kreaps

Norman Eugene Kreaps, 86, of Vienna, W.Va., went to be with the Lord and his dearly departed wife, on March 23, 2015, at his home in Vienna, W.Va. Norman spent his entire life in the Wood and Washington Counties of West Virginia and Ohio.

New Market Report: 11 Good Energy, Inc. - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

The company manufactures and distributes biodiesel. It supports research and development activities to produce biofuels which produce less emission than other existing diesel fuel or biodiesel.

Former Alliance man's high-speed chase one of many run-ins

The wife of a former Alliance man who led Rocky River police on a high-speed chase over the weekend had reason to fear her husband. After all, he has been charged with domestic violence at least twice in the past 10 months, according to the Stark County online case docket.

Working from home is here to stay

When Andy Mattes kicked off his turnaround at Diebold, the first thing the new CEO did was look for employees who wanted to work remotely. Before Mattes arrived in 2013, Diebold's ability to recruit had been limited by its policy of only hiring folks who would live near its headquarters in Canton, Ohio.

Columbus travelblog: Hello, Ohio's biggest city

I'm in the largest city in Ohio. Most Americans, with no knowledge of the NCAA Tournament bracket, would guess that I'm in Cleveland or Cincinnati.

Proof That Working From Home Is Here To Stay: Even Yahoo Still Does it

When Andy Mattes kicked off his turnaround at Diebold, the first thing the new CEO did was look for employees who wanted to work remotely. Before Mattes arrived in 2013, Diebold's ability to recruit had been limited by its policy of only hiring folks who would live near its headquarters in Canton, Ohio.

Mary Elizabeth Miller

Mary Elizabeth Miller , 84 years of age, and a resident of North Ridgeville, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Tuesday, March 17, 2015, at Center Ridge Nursing Home in North Ridgeville, following a lengthy illness. Mary was born May 20, 1930 in Sidney, Kentucky.

Bearing firm adds tech rep for northern Ontario

To support continuous growth, Timken Canada has hired Michael Bernstein as a technical sales representative for northern Ontario. Bernstein has both sales and service experience, and will be based in Sudbury, ON, reporting to Luigi Papais, regional director for Central Canada for Timken Canada.

Diebold, Eagle Eye Networks Team Up to Advance Cloud-Based Video Services

By combining Eagle Eye's security camera VMS, along with the its Eagle Eye video application programming interface and Diebold's SecureStat, the companies are seeing to make cloud-based monitoring easier, more secure and reliable for end users. Selling alarm systems is more art than science, but one veteran industry consultant shares his proven formula to improve sales success NORTH CANTON, Ohio and AUSTIN, Texas - Diebold and Eagle Eye Networks , a provider of an on-demand security and operations video management system , have entered into a partnership to deliver cloud-based video services.

Body cam shows police challenge kids to basketball game

A week after the release of newly implemented body-worn cameras, the recorded video offers a unique glimpse into the every day life of a police officer. Body cam shows police challenge kids to basketball game A week after the release of newly implemented body-worn cameras, the recorded video offers a unique glimpse into the every day life of a police officer.

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