Tyler Miller’s favorite part of Touchdowns & Tutus is once he feels confident in his dance—to the point that he could do it in his sleep—and when he and his dance partner get to perform in front of the other contestants.
The Canton Museum of Art will debut an exhibition about football just in time for Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls. “Scrimmage: Football in American Art from the Civil War to the Present” will open August 1 and will remain on display through October.
Stark County Sheriff George T. Maier has spent more than three decades protecting residents. The Massillon native began his law enforcement career in 1981 as a patrol officer for the Hartville Police Department.
How could they ever pay it back? That was the question Mike and Gwen Herrera wrestled with for 30 days this summer, as nearly 1,000 people streamed into their son’s fourth-floor hospital room and offered everything from their time to their money to their prayers to … heck, their hair.
The early season is reserved mostly for non-league games. But they are no less exciting than the coming conference battles. For many teams, these games are about beating a neighborhood rival, making the postseason playoffs or learning where the rest of the season is headed.