Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
4619 Whipple Ave NW • Canton, OH 44718
Phone: 330-497-5275 • Fax: 330-497-5276
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News Center

  • High schools stage food fight for the hungry

    Canton's McKinley High School is locked in combat with Massillon High School to determine the winner of a food fight. According to an October 26, 2015 news item, the area high schools are vying to see who can collect the most food to feed the area's hungry. This is the fourth year in a row for the McKinleyMassillon event, and fans, faculty, and students are asked to help their favorite by donating nonperishable foods.

  • Canton to get Sky Zone

    The old Circuit City store in Springbrook Plaza has been vacant for a long time, but now the space will be getting new tenants.

  • Fiber arts exhibit to open in Canton

    The Malone Art Gallery (MAG) in Canton is now featuring an exhibit entitled Fiber Arts of Ohio.

  • Annual run slated for Canton

    The Princess Run, a yearly run-walk race held in Canton, is scheduled for the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum later this month.

  • Diebold launches turnaround

    Diebold, a North Canton company that makes ATMs and security systems, has launched an effort to turn its business around.

  • Canton protects its water supply

    Canton city officials, as well as officials of Stark County, have expressed concern about the area's water supply.

  • Alliance Neighborhood Center gets fresh start

    The Alliance Neighborhood Center in Canton is getting a second life.

  • Arts show to brighten up Canton

    After a long, brutal winter that appears to have been even worse than last year, the Midwest is getting ready to welcome spring with a new exhibit at the Canton Museum of Art.

  • New owner gives caf a facelift

    Jennifer Miller worked at Caf 1320 in North Canton for five years, but never gave up her dream, which was to own the place. Last month, she made her dream come true.

  • Soups up for Canton residents

    Snow and cold were not enough to stop Canton residents from enjoying a Souper meal late last month.