Tag Archives: North Canton

Man Arrested, Accused of Trying to Lure Child From Park

(North Canton, Ohio) – A Stark County man is facing multiple charges after police say he tried to lure a young girl from North Canton park.

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Hoover Names New Boys’ Basketball Coach

North Canton City Schools announce the new head boys’ basketball coach at Hoover High School.

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School District Wins Legal Battle Involving Track Athlete

A federal court is ruling in favor of the North Canton City School District regarding the reinstatement of a freshman track pole vaulter.

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North Canton City School seek Levy Passage in May Primary

On Tuesday, May 8th the North Canton City School District is turning to voters for passage of an additional 6.9-mill continuing property tax levy.

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Partnering with Stark Parks, enjoy nature and the history of local industry on this hike along the Hoover trail.

During the hike, a stop at the Hoover Historical Center to take a tour of the museum. Please meet at the East Maple

Ballfields trailhead at 9:00 am to begin.


Event information courtesy of Visit Canton.

A Chorus for a Cause presents “Listen to the Earth”

“Listen to the Earth”…what is it saying?


On April 22st at 4:00 p.m. North Canton Community Christian Church will host A Chorus for a Cause, an 80 voice choir, which will be singing about our Earth, ON EARTH DAY weekend.  A repeat performance will also be presented the following weekend.  What are YOU doing to protect this beloved land of ours?


The music will get you tapping your toes, smile, cry, and hopefully cause you to think about this great land of ours. You’ll hear: “What a Wonderful World,” “The Crawdad Song,” “How Great Thou Art,” “Two Critters,” (that you’d find in parks?) “Colors of the Wind,” “Climb Every Mountain,” “To My Old Brown Earth,” (a Pete Seeger song) Toto’s “Africa” and several others.  Listen to the Earth will hopefully spark ideas in your head as to what you can do to keep this land around.  In the words of “Emerald Stream,” (a song written by a 17 year old) it says:

For danger lurks in this great garden;

The Lord will visit once again

To see what we have done.


As God is the shepherd and we are the sheep,

We our mother Earth must keep.

Maintain the air, protect the deep…


Listen to the Earth and hear her cry.


The CAUSE for this concert will be the Friends of Stark Parks. Have you visited our parks here in Stark County lately?


Tickets may be purchased online at www.achorusforacause.org or from present singers.  They are $15 each, with a portion of that going to the cause.

A Chorus for a Cause is a group of singers making a difference…help us help them make a difference here in our community.


Event information courtesy of Visit Canton.

Join the North Canton Heritage Society for our Heritage Walk on Saturday, April 21st from Noon to 4 PM at the North Canton Heritage Society.

Join the North Canton Heritage Society for our Heritage Walk on Saturday, April 21st from noon to 4:00 PM at the North Canton Heritage Society. Enjoy a Spring afternoon exploring the history of North Canton in this family-friendly event, centered around a walking exploration of our community’s unique history. This event is also being organized and coordinated by Walsh University students through the Service Learning Program. This approximately 3-mile walk will begin and end at the North Canton Heritage Society parking lot. Registration is $15 (ages 13+) and $10 (ages 3-12). The event is a fundraiser for the Society and is part of the year-long commemoration of the centennial anniversary of the New Berlin-North Canton name change.   Register online at  Heritage Walk 2018 or stop by NCHS Gallery to pick up a registration form. Our hours of operation are Noon – 4 pm, Tuesdays to Thursdays.

Fire Departments Pays Tribute to Young Fire Victim

The North Canton Fire Department joins many in showcasing the true strength of the firefighter family in a recent tribute to a 4-year-old boy.

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Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles Wrestler Zion Clark Makes No Excuses

No excuses…Zion Clark lives by these two words.

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Hoover High School Hosts Project MOSAIC

Last week students at Hoover High School participated in Project Mosaic.

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