Talk about hidden gems.One could easily argue that it’s tough to call the 150-acre Lake Cable hidden — indeed, it does rest near the heart of bustling Jackson Township. But this is one of those places that you can pass by every single day without realizing exactly how much of a gem it is.
Everyone in Lake Cable knows where the Zimmermans live. Their property sits on a little island unto itself — and has a welcoming “Z” initial on a second-floor awning. Stella’s playhouse in the sideyard includes an “S” initial and completes the picture-perfect estate on the lake.
As a landlocked county in the middle of Ohio, Stark County isn’t exactly the first place you think of when it comes to lakefront living. OK, not the second place either.
Gervasi Vineyard and Italian Bistro unveils a new addition to its family this month: The Crush House & Winery. The $3.5-$4 million project, nestled in the rear of the 55-acre estate, houses a new winery, restaurant and wine bar.
I do what I do because I love the opportunity to be outside, transform properties, get to know our clients, and most importantly, work with the Enviroscapes team. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing young men and women take on huge responsibilities and succeed.
Hammer & Nails, an ecumenical Christian nonprofit outreach organization based in Canton is dedicated to improving the quality of life for disadvantaged area homeowners through home and property improvements.
Amanda Roud and Ben Hughes met at Plain Local Schools, where they each teach (Amanda is a second grade teacher at Frazer and Ben is a history teacher at GlenOak). Their paths first crossed at the district convocation prior to the school year.