Todd Porter has been writing about Stark County since 1991 and has covered everything from Ohio State football to Stark County business dealings. He frequently covers the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Malone University graduate lives in Plain Township with his wife Colleen and their three children Dylan, Sydni and Nathan.
1. Heat oven to 425 degrees. 2. Mix sugar and cinnamon. Mix lightly through apples. Heap up in a pastry-lined, large 9-inch pie pan. Dot with butter. 3. Cover the edge with strip of aluminum foil to prevent excessive browning. 4. Bake 50 to 60 minutes.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Speak up! Locally, Domestic Violence Project, Inc. (DVPI) has been providing services for more than 40 years. Executive Director Cheli Curran answers some questions about the agency.
Before Lindsey’s Pizza, I’m going to be honest, I had never heard of breakfast pizza. I had heard of people eating pizza for breakfast; you know, the leftovers from the previous night, but never breakfast pizza.
You wouldn’t think it was difficult to track down a bell this size and particularly one that is this close to my office. So I reached out to Derek Gordon, director of the Canton Parks and Recreations Department.
How often does Google update its popular street view maps? This is a great question, and one that should not be confused with Google Maps. Google Maps are updated through a satellite imagery service many mapping companies use.
Q: What is going in where the bank used to be on Cleveland Avenue? A: I am going to assume you mean the old PNC branch bank on Cleveland Avenue and 34th Street NW. Grab yourselves some java beans, folks.
What is the tallest building in Stark County? You actually could win a lot of bets with this question because most people would say the Chase Tower in downtown Canton, the one with the Canton Club on top of it. And they used to be right.