I’ve been to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I’ve experienced the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival festivities many, many times. I even worked for the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce for years, helping with marketing and media relations for the Enshrinement Festival events put on by the Chamber.
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.
This issue of About magazine features some of the area’s most eligible singles. Maybe soon each will find that certain someone to create a dynamic couple. But that’s on a personal level. What about on the professional level?
Chris Collett jokes that he has lots of cool initials following his name on his business card. They’re all acronyms for the personal training, sports conditioning and youth specialty certifications Collett has amassed over his 10 years of training elite athletes at the college, high school and youth levels.
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.
I managed to score a behind-the-scenes tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s new exhibit, the “Game for Life,” an immersive, holographic experience that is being developed by a creative team consisting of Ed Jones (who won a visual effects Oscar for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”), writers from beloved sports movies such as “Hoosiers,” “We Are Marshall” and “Rudy” and the CEO of Miramax Films.
In a world in which everyone shares everything on social media, including the #crazyAHHmazing salad they had for lunch or the beautiful sunset they saw on their relaxing evening walk, it’s almost as if you know everything that’s going on in your “friends’ ” lives.