East Canton Branch 330-488-1501 firstname.lastname@example.org Women's Memoir Club, Tuesday, July 25, 11 a.m. until noon. Everyone has a story to tell. Discuss how to bring your memories to life to share, save, and create a family legacy.
Local nutrition sites for Meals on Wheels are North Industry Christian Church, 425 45th St., Canton; Indian Run Manor, Waynesburg; Louisville Paradise United Church of Christ, 619 E. Main St. Louisville, OH 44641; and Canton YMCA, 231 Sixth St. For more information, call 330-832-7220.
The Canton City Health Department, on behalf of Canton-Stark County THRIVE, has announced the four programs to receive $64,179 funding as part of the Faith-based & Grassroots Initiative to combat infant mortality in Stark County.
Joe Echroate and others inquired about a neighboring property located at 6180 15th St. NE. during the Osnaburg Township meeting.
By Donna Robinson Press-news Writer
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(NAPS) -- Period-tracking apps seem pretty self-explanatory--you input your last period and the app predicts when your next cycle will start. But with new technology, apps are able to do much more than simply track menstruation.
East Canton High School is seeking a girls junior-varsity volleyball coach for the 2017-18 school year. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director Doug Miller at email@example.com or Principal Andrew Mangun at andrew.mangun@osnaburglocal.
Magnolia's Canal Days Pie Eating Contest will be held Saturday, Aug. 12. Pies are to be brought to the bandstand by 4:30 p.m. and judging is at 5 p.m. Awards will follow. There are adult and junior age groups and pie categories include fruit, cream and miscellaneous.
Stark Parks will begin a series of restoration efforts at the Magnolia Flouring Mills with the goal of protecting the historic structure.
Christ Memorial Church of Robertsville is holding its annual Community Festival on Saturday, July 29, 11 a.m.-4 p..m. This event is absolutely free and open to everyone. Come enjoy a day of family fun with great food and activities for the whole family.
United Way of Greater Stark County's Get Connected program recently received a $100,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Education.
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Aultman Trauma Services is offering a free community program called Matter of Balance to help reduce the risk of falls and increase activity levels among older adults. Many older adults experience a fear of falling.
Flite Test is proud to present the fifth-annual Flite Fest East event at Furey Airfield in Malvern. The event, to be held July 13-16, features countless radio-controlled (RC) planes and multirotors.
Carol and Jeff Snyder are the featured artists at Magnolia's Music in the Park on Monday, July 17, 7 p.m. Music from the 50s and 60s will be highlighted. The Magnolia Historical Society will offer refreshments for sale. Those attending should bring a lawn chair.
Both fun and thrifty, the 13th annual Buy-Way Yard Sale along the Lincoln Highway will be held Aug. 10-12. Shoppers determined to find just about anything will have more than a thousand sales in Ohio.
At the Pike Township meeting on July 3, Tri-Co Horse Club representative Clarence Flowers reported more than 400 riders participated in the American Quarter Horse ride. He explained this was made possible, in part, because of facility improvements funded by the landfill community grant.
By Nancy Collier Press-news Writer
Historic Zoar Village's 44th Annual Harvest Festival and Antique Show is scheduled for Saturday, July 29, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday, July 30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., one week earlier than usual.
As Obamacare approaches its fifth sign-up season, policyholders in many parts of the country are facing a marketplace with fewer choices and higher premiums. A New York Times analysis has found that 45 percent of U.S.
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Sandy Valley Elementary's May Students of the month Kindergarten through Second Grade include: (first row, left to right) Caleigh Flesher, Carter Pry, Briecen Dick, Vada Tunney and Abrielle Norman; (second row) Makayla Dexter, Tommhy Paulin, Kirstin McDaniels and Chace Debellis; (third row) Myia Changet, Zachary Balash, Ahmad Jamil, Hannah
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Sandy Valley Elementary's May Students of the month Third through Fifth Grade include: (first row, left to right) Dylan Watkins, Briar Weaver, Tyler Burk and Ella Gotschall; (second row) Kalia Sarver, Andrew Rusk, Tucker Moll, Starrae Roberts, Raef Monroe and Payton Selby.
Due to popular demand, Historic Zoar Village and Fort Laurens have added an adult version of History Camp to their July schedule. The camp is jointly sponsored by both sites and is scheduled from 1-4 p.m. daily, July 18-21.