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Government, Police & Fire
To date, only 3,000 Stark County residents have registered for the free program that's replacing the outdated reverse emergency notification system
City motorists fared well during the first "real" snowstorm of the season Wednesday.
Next week's trash collection schedule is altered; Christmas trees will be picked up for free.
Mayor Held proclaimed Tuesday a day of recognition for the record-setting 2012 Hoover High grad.
Government, Real Estate
Dog tags can be a ticket home if your pooch gets lost. Plus, Ohio law requires licenses!
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Eleven of the 15 signs are already "sold out," so act soon to get your family, organization or business name engraved on bronze plaques.
Council members to hear presentation on electric aggregation program.
Government, Graduation, Local Connections, Awareness
Chamber commissions Hoover High construction technologies students to build little green and red holiday structure.
AultCare granted one-year contract to administer self-insured health program for city employees.
Preventative maintenance measure to take place in southwest, southeast sections of North Canton.
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