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Holiday in the Park

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  • With the flick of a light switch in Stadium Park on Thursday night, the holiday season excitement began glowing again. The city's Park Commission, with its annual Holiday in the Park electric light display, is doing its part to foment Christmas spirit - at least within those who visit the park after sundown. Imaginative and animated lighting displays, such as the barrel-jumping boy, the penquin walking the tight rope and Santa Claus in a tractor, are strewn out in the park on the city's northwest side. Right now there are over 220,000 individual lights and about 36 major displays, said Doug Perry, director of the city's park system. We have people who come in from out of town. The lights have become an attraction.
  • 11/23/2009
  • Album ID: 892894
  • Photos by Bob Rossiter / The Repository

Orchard Hill Elementary Dog Parade

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  • For Right to Read week Orchard Hill Elementary in North Canton holds a Dog Parade.
  • 11/20/2009
  • Album ID: 893473
  • Photos by The Repository / Scott Heckel

Rep Readers Photos of Autumn Splendor

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  • Repository Readers Photos of Autumn Splendor 2009.
  • 11/20/2009
  • Album ID: 873909
  • Photos by Repository Readers

Jackson Township Car Fire

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  • Jackson Township Car Fire
  • 11/19/2009
  • Album ID: 892362
  • Photos by Michael Balash

Sales Tax Meeting - Tom Harmon Resigns

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  • During a meeting about the Stark County sales tax, Commissioner Tom Harmon announced his resignation.
  • 11/16/2009
  • Album ID: 890857
  • Photos by Michael Balash

Antioch Baptist Church First Day

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  • The Rev. Richard Jordan celebrated the new sanctuary of Antioch Baptist Church with its first service in the former Canton Negro Oldtimers Activity Center in Canton on Sunday. The congregation marched from its old building at 1103 Seventh St. NE to the former Oldtimers Activity Center at 1844 Ira Turpin Way NE prior to Sunday services. Antioch purchased the Oldtimers building in September for $720,000. With a market value of $966,500, the deal includes a 16,994 square-foot building and 29 adjacent parcels. Jordan said that in addition to worship, Antioch will continue to offer the building for community events.
  • 11/15/2009
  • Album ID: 889550
  • Photos by Bob Rossiter / The Repository

Marian vs. Walsh Football

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  • 11/14/2009
  • Album ID: 889131
  • Photos by Michael Balash

Andrew Hayes Speaks at St. Thomas

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  • Andrew Hayes, a St. Thomas alum, speaks to students at the high school Friday about the dangers of driving drunk. It was June 30, 2004 when his life changed forever after he found himself in such a situation. He is now a felon and unable to find employment after once earning a six figure income.
  • 11/14/2009
  • Album ID: 888656
  • Photos by The Repository / Scott Heckel

Goshen @ Walsh Men's Basketball

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  • 11/13/2009
  • Album ID: 888841
  • Photos by Bob Rossiter / The Repository

Orchard Hill School - "Sport Stacking"

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  • Students at Orchard Hill Elementary School might be able to lay claim to sharing part of a record in the Guinness Book of World Records. More than 325 students tried to help set a record in the category: "Most people sport stacking in multiple locations in one day."
  • 11/13/2009
  • Album ID: 887772
  • Photos by Michael Balash
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