Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Cast your vote on the best fish fry in North Canton!
Let me begin by thanking everyone for their nominations, including the ones sent to me via Facebook and Twitter. All totalled, we have five candidates for the best fish fry in North Canton. They are: So here's how it works: Vote for your favorite fish fry in our poll. In the event of a tie, the nominee with the most favorable reviews on our Patch Places directory will win. Make sure to vote by 9 a.m. Friday. Local Editor Morgan Day will decide the winner by the most number of votes. We will announce the winner at noon Friday. By the way, you can add your parish's or restaurant's fish fry to our events calendar. It's a good way to let people know about it.
Monday, March 5, 2012
Help us find the best fish fry in North Canton!
Have a suggestion of where our viewers can grab a basket of fish or shrimp, served golden brown? The Lenten season is now in full swing and folks are lining up to observe the month-long religious tradition — and for many that means a Friday of no meat and instead, fish. So, we're following up our best-burger contest by asking for your favorite fish-fry places in North Canton. We'll post a poll later in the week, but for right now we're asking for your nominations. Go ahead and tell us in the comments section who you think should be in our lineup of great fish-fry destinations in North Canton. A few that come to my mind are the 356th Fighter Group Restaurant, Eadies Fish House, Chicken Manor and several North Canton churches that have …
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Students at Walsh University in North Canton share with us what they gave up for Lent this year
For this week's "You Said It!" video feature, we meandered through the beautiful campus of Walsh University in North Canton to find students who've given up something for Lent. Listen to what Killbuck resident Denise Boyd, a freshman biology and pre-physical therapy major, gave up this year.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Diet Pepsi is Matthew Ford's weakness, but he decided he would do without it for Lent
We've all got our vices. For Circleville native Matthew Ford, it's Diet Pepsi. The sophomore education major at Walsh University said he's trying to be more health-conscious, and that's why he gave up his favorite carbonated beverage for Lent. We heard from Walsh University students Sarah George Monday and Ursula Buzzacco Tuesday in our "You Said It!" features.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Give up Facebook for Lent? Ursula Buzzacco did it
Some of us can't go an hour without Facebook. But Youngstown native Ursula Buzzacco says she'll cut back for 40 days — all through Lent. The sophomore education major at Walsh University said it hasn't been too difficult yet, but she still checks her page about twice a day. Did you catch Walsh University student Sarah George in Monday's "You Said It!" video?
Monday, March 28, 2011
We found Sarah George, a freshman biology major at Walsh University this week and asked her what she gave up for Lent
Walsh University freshman Sarah George didn't exactly give anything up for Lent, but she did make some changes in her cleaning habits. The Tiffin native and biology major in the pre-med program said she started cleaning up more often, particularly her bedroom.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Seafood meal deals abound in the area so your family can enjoy dinner out Friday for Lent
As Lent continues, so do seasonal dinner specials in and around North Canton. These meals are sure to make it easier for you to deny yourself meat, aside from seafood, on Fridays until Easter Sunday. Enjoy a Lenten meal out this Friday with your spouse or the entire family. You deserve it! With these meal deals, you can enjoy going to dinner without feeling guilty about the amount you are spending. Please let us know in the comment box below where you recommend going locally for a yummy Lenten meal on a dime. 1. Chicken Manor Family Restaurant Deal: All-you-can-eat white fish with a potato and two side dishes for $9.50. Mmm good! Chicken Manor additionally offers 10 percent off your entire check. Click here to download the coupon and save …
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Whether you like your fish baked or fried, here are some mouthwatering meal-deals to help you observe Lent on a budget
We are in the season of Lent, a time of preparation for Easter Sunday. Those observing Lent this year most likely are denying themselves specific foods, drinks and habits to spend more time praying and doing good works. Many Catholics give up meat, except for seafood, on Fridays. For those individuals, I have uncovered some local Lenten specials. My research has led me to so many great meal-deals, especially area fish fries, that this theme will continue in next week‘s column, too. Just so you know, I am trying some of these places, giving merit to my recommendations. Extra tartar sauce, please! Please let us know in the comment box below where you go for a scrumptious and cost-saving Lenten meal in and around North Canton! 1. St. George …