'Kick for the Cure,' Trolley Tracks on North Main Street & More: Week in Review

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1. A blast from the past: One North Canton Patch reader wrote into us this week about an interesting sight at North Main and Applegrove streets. Craig Barnard said he could see trolley tracks, and sure enough he was right. Here's what the North Canton Heritage Society had to share about them.

2. Thirsty? Get your ticket to Brews After 5: The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce will host Brews After 5 again this year at Hoover Park. It's $15 for a sampling of 10 beers from around the world. We've got the full details here!

3. Orchard Hill PTA investigation over: North Canton police announced this week that they no longer are investigating money that was reported missing from the Orchard Hill PTA in May. See what they concluded here.

4. Suspected serial bank robber faces charges: Benjamin G. Gates, 33, of Canton, is accused of robbing six banks in Northeast Ohio, and those include the bank inside the Washington Square Giant Eagle in North Canton. He was indicted this week on six counts of bank robbery.

5. Kick for the Cure: Hoover High and Green High will team up as their soccer teams raise money for cancer research and raise awareness throughout their communities. The two schools are planning a "Kick for the Cure" event Sept. 29. There are even volunteer opportunities involved.


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