September '11

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Rembrandt is affiliated with the Northeast Ohio Green Building Initiative, a voluntary residential green-building certification program, and has built three green-certified homes.

Historical Charmer

Historical charm, lush landscaping and unusual details make this gem in Massillon a most interesting tour. Sharon and Phil Roberson purchased the 7,000-square-foot home on Spring Hill Lane in 1995.

About Local Favorites

Downtown Canton comes alive with music, art, food and fun on the first Friday of each month. Marci Lynn Saling, community arts manager for Arts in Stark, isn’t surprised by its popularity.

Children’s Network of Stark County | Nonprofit spotlight

It shouldn’t hurt to be a child. That sums up what the Children’s Network Child Advocacy Center of Stark County is all about — protecting children. The agency serves about 500 children per year and deals with children who have been sexually or physically abused or are witnesses to violence.

Paula Mastroianni | In My Own Words

I have two passions — the business of marketing and communications and the feeding of the soul through art. I’ve been in marketing for nearly 30 years and loved every moment of it. The challenge of creating an environment that shapes people’s thoughts and opinions and leads people to action is exciting.

Home Tips

Summer's heat and dry conditions cause noticeable browning on tree and shrub leaves, starting at the margins and moving toward the veins. This is leaf scorch, which occurs because large amounts of water have evaporated from the leaf surface.

Wedding spotlight: Patrick and Emily Hicks

Patrick Hicks and Emily Heist met on a date in 2002 orchestrated by Emily’s brother — but it wasn’t meant to be, and the two went their separate ways. Years later in 2009, their paths crossed again and — unlike their first meeting — there was an instant connection.