Tuesday, April 9, 2013
North Canton is going after residents who haven't paid their 1.5 percent income tax aggressively.
Over the last year, close to 100 people have been summoned to North Canton's Mayors Court since the law director stepped up efforts to collect income taxes that haven't been paid. According to the Canton Repository, the city is ramping up its efforts to collect the1.5 percent tax due to a looming $600,000 general fund deficit. Many of the people summoned owe hundreds to thousands of dollars to the city. "The defendants are waitresses, accountants, business owners and sales people," Law Director Tim Fox said in the Canton Repository article. "Many are married couples where both spouses have been charged. They range in age from 22 to 66." In mayor's court, the charge is a third-degree misdemeanor carrying a maximum fine of $500 and a …
Monday, February 4, 2013
91 founders Greg and Amy Goehring purchased the former Darrah’s Restaurant on Whipple Avenue NW, but it won't be turned into a third 91 location
Owners of the two 91 Wood Fired Oven restaurants in North Canton and Jackson Township just bought another building, but it won't be turned into another 91. In fact, it won't even be another 3 Brothers Corner Tavern, which the couple also owns. The Canton Repository reports the new restaurant will take the place of the recently closed Darrah's Family Restaurant at 6113 Whipple Ave. NW, North Canton. The couple has yet to choose a name, but they know it will have a bar and exposed kitchen. It may even include a patio, too. It is slated to open in May or June, the newspaper reported. Read the Canton Repository's full report here.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
The city of North Canton announced this week it will not be part of the 2013 Canton Marathon, now called the Hall of Fame City Challenge, if it is not paid for providing services in 2012 and if it is not paid upfront for the 2013 race
After doling out thousands of dollars in police and fire services for the 2012 Canton Marathon without being reimbursed, the city of North Canton is still mulling over whether it will be a part of the 2013 race. The 2012 Canton Marathon cost the city of North Canton about $9,700. To date, it's seen repayment of about $820. Faced with the option of participating in the 2013 race, now titled Hall of Fame City Challenge, City Administrator Mike Grimes said the city would need to be fully repaid and see a payment upfront in 2013 before agreeing to participate. Grimes issued a news release Monday after reading a recent Canton Repository story that reported the race's new name and routes. "They reported that the race will wind through Canton and…
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The driver of a car that slammed into the back of a North Canton City Schools bus this morning was taken to an area hospital
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- Morgan Day
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The driver of a car that slammed into the back of a North Canton City Schools bus this morning was taken to an area hospital, according to the Canton Repository. The newspaper reported online that no children were on the bus when the crash with the Chevrolet Monte Carlo occurred at Everhard Road NW, east of Whipple Avenue NW, by the railroad tracks. The bus driver also was not injured. The bus was en route to Clearmount Elementary School to pick up its first student of the day shortly after 8:15 a.m. You can find the Repository's full report here, along with photos from the crash. North Canton Patch called the Stark County Sheriff's Department, which handled the crash, and was told no information was available yet.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
The Vikings beat Lebanon Saturday in Akron
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
North Canton City Council members will view a 4.9-acre property south of Applegrove Drive NW, and west of North Main Street, before taking action on proposed zoning changes
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Stewart W. Lundquist pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault and a misdemeanor drunken-driving charge after causing a crash that killed James A. Wriston Jr. of North Canton
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
The Special Housing Review Committee discussed creating a foreclosure-registration plan and tear-down ordinance at Tuesday night's North Canton City Council meeting
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Kyle D. Byelene was sentenced today in Stark County Common Pleas Court for his involvement in a Sept. 17, 2001, crash that injured himself and four friends
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Hoover High seniors (and twins) Thomas and Tyler Tedrow will compete in the OHSAA Division I district swim meet at Cleveland State Friday.