Robert Wang, The Canton Repository
A 4-year-old boy has died after the SUV in which he was riding was struck by two pickup trucks in Canton. Zayne Q. Paulik, of Perry Township in Stark County, died at 12:18 p.m. Wednesday at Akron Children's Hospital from head injuries suffered in the crash, according to the Stark County Medical Examiner’s office.
The Stark County Treasurer was set Wednesday to start mailing out property tax bills due Feb. 21. Robert Wang CantonRep.com staff writer @rwangREP
CANTON The time to receive holiday cards has come and gone.It's now time for thousands of Stark County property owners to receive their tax bills.Stark County Treasurer Alex Zumbar said his office started mailing out property tax bills Wednesday for taxes for the first half of the year due Feb. 21.
The altercation was in a high school restroom, Plain Local School District Supt. Brent May said. He said the confrontation did not involve the use of any weapons. Robert Wang CantonRep.com staff writer @rwangREP
PLAIN TWP. Two GlenOak High students had an altercation in a restroom around 1 p.m. Wednesday, sending one of them to a hospital as a precautionary measure, said Plain Local Schools Supt.
Canton fire: there is no fire south of Tuscarawas St W. People are seeing flames coming from Marathon Petroleum Refinery on Gambrinus Ave. SW due to a flare off being done in response to a compressor problem.
Canton police: 4 year old child seriously hurt in four vehicle crash at 39th St and Market Ave N shortly before 5:35 pm Tuesday. Child life flighted from Mercy Medical Center to Akron Children's Hospital.
25 volunteers with Zion United Church of Christ in N Canton delivered cookies to 11 law enforcement, fire departments around Stark County Christmas morning including these Plain Township firefighters at their Schneider St. NE station. https://t.co/HvZiKmYZtX
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