At Main St. Modern, a dealer who specializes in “midcentury modern” furniture and accessories of primarily the 1950s and 1960s—think “Mad Men”—Alliance native Adam Hoover has a vast warehouse in southeast Canton filled with the stuff.
In December 2012, while Kelly was on vacation in Puerto Vallarta with her parents, Nick took her to a beautiful restaurant on the beach. They had a candlelit, five-course meal, and Nick asked Kelly to marry him.
A day in the life of Dr. Alan Rudick, D.O., isn’t always 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Often, he is at Mercy Medical Center at the crack of dawn and doesn’t go home until he is through, which could be 9 or 10 p.m., depending on patient needs.
Becky Bors of Canton was just finishing up her work at Arcadia Grille when she spoke of what she has learned in 60 years of life—including a growing understanding of being confident and content with your age.
Nothing says summertime like barbecue, but if you’re like me, you’d rather be basking in the sunshine than sweating over a hot grill. Luckily there are several BBQ joints in town that are happy to assist. And as the owners of these restaurants will attest, if you don’t put in the time, it’s not real “Q” anyway.
Walk in to a flood of blended aromas. This is the tradition of Dioguardi’s Italian Foods, a 90-plus-year-old best-kept secret for foodies. Almost nothing has changed at this grocery except the date on the calendar. Mama was the saleswoman, Papa the sausage maker and the stand-up guy to her jokes.
Sam Falletta started working at Incept 17 years ago on the ground floor, as a telemarketer right out of the University of Akron. He has seen the company grow from eight employees to about 250, and now he is the president and CEO. Falletta recently turned 40 years old, and has redefined success and what its secrets are.
The College Club of Canton held its May Luncheon at the Quarry. At the luncheon, scholarship loans and mature women’s grants were awarded. New officers and board members for the coming year were introduced. Cheli Curan who is active in the Canton Community and Shala Brown who was recently featured in a Repository article as a school health nurse were both awarded CCC Mature Women’s Grants. The College Club of Canton is a nonprofit organization operated to promote advanced education. The objectives are to sponsor programs for the improvement of learning in the greater Canton area and to encourage members, students and the community to continue advanced education by providing pertinent programs and financial assistance.