There’s been quite a bit of brew-ha-ha this fall about new breweries (four by our count) open now or opening in Stark County through the end of this year. Craft brewing is at an all time high—and Alex Fisher is getting in on the action.
Fall is upon us. Gone are the leaves, and soon will come the snow. The dawn of the holiday season is just below the horizon, like it or not. November leads to planning and shopping for the annual feast where we visit family, give thanks, watch football and eat far too much tryptophan (or so grandma tells us).
Many will be hoping to find new smartphones and tablets under the tree this year. In the meantime, put your existing iOS or Android device to work this holiday season with FREE apps that will give you a gift-procuring edge.
There’s a reason Santa makes a list each year. A list will help make sure you stay on track when things become chaotic. Plus, putting your list together in advance will make sure you don’t overlook any gift recipients, and that your gifts will be more thoughtful.
All work and no play makes for a boring person, but not Steve Pittman, managing partner of Bruner Cox LLP, a regional, full-service accounting and business consulting firm.
This issue of About features a cornucopia of beautiful traditions that permeate our culture: family, food and philanthropy. But we would be remiss if we overlooked another very powerful custom that crops up this time of year: holiday shopping.
Affinity Medical Center physicians, residents, family and friends gathered to celebrate the graduation of four dedicated residents and welcome all the new incoming residents. The Affinity Medical Center Resident graduation was held at The Quarry Golf Club in Canton.