The Canton area is not lacking for favorite, beloved foods. Taggarts Bittner. Tim’s fish. Ben Heggy’s candy. Bender’s fries. Arcade coneys. Desert Inn kabobs. Kennedy’s bean soup. These are but a handful that quickly spring to mind.
It’s no secret that Stark County is home to fantastic local restaurants with many specialties we’ve come to crave. Those specialties are the ones that we savor — and tell our friends and family about.
I was elected in 2003 to Massillon City Council. I ran for city council to make my community a better place. I ran to be accessible to the residents when they had an issue they could not solve. I ran to make our parks better, our streets safer and our city stronger. I enjoy working with people and helping them to live better lives.
Eating out has never been so easy. Traditional, ethnic, offbeat and gourmet meals — enjoyed at notable eating establishments or cooked at home according to the guidelines of those restaurants — are served up on the pages of these books. Start salivating now.
Bold moves at Firestone and Augusta put Michael Lane’s paintings into major status. For golf fans, Tom Watson’s chip shot to beat Jack Nicklaus in the 1982 U.S. Open ranks among the greatest moments in professional golf history.
Not as well known, but equally edible, are products from myriad small local businesses — some that are just one-person operations. On these pages, we will introduce you to 10 of our favorite treats from lesser-known producers.
Local orthodontists Drs. Michael J. Bernard and James Eimer want to make a difference. They want to give you a smile. Bernard and Eimer are part of the Smile for a Lifetime Foundation, a nonprofit, charitable organization with local chapters throughout the country to provide orthodontic treatment for patients who need financial assistance.
Massillon Museum's Stark County Artists Exhibition opening