Add items to your shopping list, print coupons and more with the help of Patch's Grocery Specials page
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Thursday, November 22, 2012
Is your go-to grocery store open on Thanksgiving?
Run out of nutmeg for your pumpkin pie? Need one more ingredient to complete your stuffing? No worries — grocery stories in North Canton are open for Thanksgiving for those who are looking for last-minute items. Check our list below to see where you can run to get your ingredients today.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
New feature allows readers to print coupons and save at local retailers
Want to start saving money during your grocery store trips? Let Patch help you. Patch sites introduce Grocery Specials, a new section that allows readers to browse local coupons and weekly deals at your favorite retailers. It features hundreds of discounts in one convenient place. With Grocery Specials, you can: Readers can browse by store or food category and search by item. On the homepage, hover over the More Stuff tab, click Grocery Specials and begin saving! For questions, users can contact email@example.com.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Vote for your favorite grocery store to win a Patch Readers' Choice Award!
We asked you to nominate your favorite grocery store in North Canton and now it's time to vote in our poll. Local editor Morgan Day will choose the winner based on the number of votes from the poll. Voting ends Aug. 17. The places you nominated are listed below. Here's a step-by-step explanation of how to vote for your favorite establishment: • Step 1: First make sure you are signed in as a user of the site. If you don't have a sign-in, it's easy! Just click here. We'll then ask for an email address to guard against spammers. Then you're all set to comment on our site. • Step 2: After you're signed in, click on an establishment from the following list to learn more about it: • Step 3: Vote! Voting results posted in real time shall not be …
Monday, July 2, 2012
What's your favorite grocery store in North Canton?
Monday, June 18, 2012
This time we're looking for your favorite grocery store in North Canton
Grocery shopping is something we all have to do — whether we like it or not. But some grocery stores make the experience a lot more pleasant than others, don't you think? We're looking for those ones that offer a great customer experience. Maybe their floors are always well swept, they've got a great hot/cold food bar or a flower shop inside. You tell us — what makes your grocery store the best around? Maybe you're a Giant Eagle fan. Or an avid ACME shopper. Or you could be a frequenter of Fishers Foods. Take a look at the North Canton Patch directory of businesses and tell us in the comments section who you think deserves to be the Readers' Choice winner and why. The nomination period is closed and voting will begin on July 23.
Monday, May 16, 2011
We found some grocery deals around North Canton too good to pass up this week
North Canton Patch’s weekly Frugal Family column is all about helping you and your family save some cash! We want you to be a big part of this column, so let’s hear about the sales you have seen around town. Just add them to the comment box below. And be sure to come back each week to see the new bargains we have uncovered together. 1. Giant Eagle Deal: Get the kids to eat a variety of fruits and veggies this week. Stock up at Giant Eagle with your Advantage Card. They have mangoes on sale, 10 for $10. And blueberries are buy one pint, get one free. You also can purchase five ears of sweet corn for $2 and fresh green beans for a $1.79 a pound. Good through: Wednesday 2. Acme Fresh Market Deal: Get ready for your Memorial Day picnic in …
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Kent's iconic Robin Hood Inn building gets demolished and Cuyahoga Falls Patch chronicles some animals soaking up the sun (but that's not all)
Kent Patch — Video: Demolition of Robin Hood Inn Changes Kent's Landscape Forever — If you haven't seen this video yet, please do. Kent Patch Editor Matt Fredmonsky covers the demolition of an iconic building loved by students, Kent State University faculty and city residents. Stow Patch — Video: At Least a Truckload of Items Gathered for Tuscaloosa Tornado Victims — Stow Patch reported this week that a truckload of items gathered from those within the city and area communities will travel to Alabama in a TTR Shipping truck Wednesday to aid those in Tuscaloosa who are recovering from a tornado. Fairlawn-Bath Patch — Video: Earth Fare Fairlawn's Grand Opening — Interested in nutritional food and new businesses? You might want to check out …
Friday, May 13, 2011
Two people stole a hefty load of beer from the Giant Eagle at Washington Square within hours of each other Saturday
If two thieves who targeted the Washington Square Giant Eagle May 5 teamed up, they could throw one heck of a party. Within hours of each other Saturday, two people had strolled out of the grocery store with about $175 in alcohol. We're talking four 12-packs of Miller High Life and four 12-packs of Rolling Rock ($75) for one person and four 24-packs of Budweiser, one 12-pack of Milwaukee Ice and one bottle of wine ($95, including a bag of Dad's dog food and some dish soap). The first person left the store with his cart full of beer at about 12:30 p.m., while the other left at about 2:15 p.m. Neither was arrested. Rock through window Someone threw a rock through the window of a car in the 200 block of Lindy Lane Avenue NW about 2:30 a.m. …
Thursday, May 12, 2011
So maybe you've eaten sushi, but have you ever seen it being made? Check out this week's Viewfinder to see Nyi Lay, the sushi chef at Fishers Foods, work his magic
Patch Contributor Rob Netro visited with Nyi Lay, the sushi chef at Fishers Foods grocery store. He makes fresh sushi daily and delivers it to the Fishers Foods on Cleveland Avenue in North Canton before lunch.