I have to respect a restaurant that embraces its identity. People flock to the Winking Lizard for beer and bar food, and the restaurant is excellent at both of those things. With the exception of rotating seasonal menus, the menu doesn’t stray too far from those basics.
Robin Muntean has cherished childhood memories of Saturday shopping with her family in downtown Canton and wintertime skating on the downtown rink. “I’m a big part of bringing Canton back,” said Muntean, who bought the downtown Italian staple Arcadia Grille at the beginning of 2019, after working there for 17 years as a waitress, cook and manager. The Arcadia’s website said it has been in business for more than 85 years.
Enjoy wings, award-winning flatbread pizza, pork chops, steaks, seafood and more at Toddy B’s in Oakwood Square. This family-friendly restaurant and sports lounge offers entertainment throughout the week, so come out, grab a bite and enjoy some tunes.
She grew up roughly 90 minutes north of Canton. Yet Tonja Marshall admits she knew very little about Stark County or even the Pro Football Hall of Fame until she enrolled at the University of Mount Union and met her future husband, Marcus, who is a GlenOak High School graduate.
A young couple’s dream to raise their children surrounded by nature has blossomed—literally—into a thriving business. Judd and Shannon Allen are co-owners of Bloom Hill Farm, which specializes in growing and selling cut flowers for bouquets and live arrangements.
Whether you’re looking for a new bike or all the gadgets to rev up your ride, Ernie’s Bicycle Shop has you covered. Stop in at the North Canton, Massillon or New Philadelphia locations to find everything to meet your bike dreams.
One hundred years of Massillon Woman’s Club history will be on display at the Massillon Museum this month. The exhibit “A Century of Sisterhood: A History of Massillon Woman’s Club” will open May 17 in the Fred F. Silk Community Room Gallery and run through June 23. The collection is expected to include between 40 and 50 pieces, mostly photographs.
Alan Harold was raised in Louisville and had public service as a calling from an early age. After a career in banking and small business, he was elected to office in November 2010 and recently began his third term as county auditor.