I hope About readers know about Jethro, the Canton police K-9 who died in early January after being shot in an encounter with an alleged would-be burglar at a Canton grocery store. Repository readers sure know about him.
From a very young age, I have been a lover of love. From hopping on the back of my neighbor boy’s toy four-wheeler and riding off into the sunset at the age of 3, to writing love letters and sharing toys with a cute boy in the first grade, to present day when I cry at sappy commercials, I am a sucker for love.
It’s that time of year again, when everyone is excited about New Year’s resolutions, myself included. Unlike the usual weight loss, fitness and health resolutions that most people make when the ball drops, I’m making resolutions to live in the moment.
As any bride knows, planning a wedding is a stressful time. From the cake to the flowers and centerpieces to the venue and music choices, a bride can get overstressed. Maybe getting away is the key to a stress-free wedding.
Many brides—about one in 10—change their Facebook relationship status to “Married” while the wedding is taking place. A majority of others—56 percent—will at the very least have the social media status updated within a day of the wedding.
Inventions, innovations, ideas and more! Stark County is full of them. See how Joel Daniel Harris turned his idea into a dream come true for middle-schoolers. Read on to see what great inventions and innovations came out of our great county. Bet you didn’t know “The Game of Life” was made by a McKinley High School grad.
Social media is more than Facebook. Just ask social media maven Ryan Hollingsworth, director of social media for Grabowksi & Co., a marketing and communications agency in Stark County that helps businesses throughout Northeast Ohio and across the United States. She coaches businesses on social media with regard to the best practices and content strategies.