Among the members of the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2013 is Uniontown resident Tom Chaboudy, who for 40 years excelled at all levels of the game.
The Lake Center Christian Tigers, Springfield Spartans and Mogadore Wildcats battled in a double dual meet, and while LCCS was small in numbers, the Tigers received record-breaking performances from their sprint relay teams.
Oil and gas drilling prompts city to conduct study sooner.
A village man accused of soliciting a teenage girl to make adult movies is expected to appear Wednesday in a Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.
A veteran team with a freshman coach will look to help the Lake Center Christian baseball team take the next step in its development.
Hartville and Uniontown Fire Departments were called to a chimney fire in a residence near the intersection of Kaufman Avenue NW and Route 619 at 8:32 a.m.
Canton man returns box containing nearly $50,000 in gold and silver he found outside Hartville Coin & Jewelry.
Coming into the final two games of the regular season, the Lake Center Christian Tigers were looking to make a statement.
There might be some bear sightings this summer between Hartville and Uniontown, but fear not, it won’t be your average bear.
Having the words “history-making” and “best in school history” attached to a game or meet usually isn’t too shabby.
Bidding begins at $2.5 million for the Feb. 25 auction of the Hartville Center-Giant Eagle complex on W. Maple Street.
The Lake Center Christian Tigers ventured into unfamiliar territory and emerged with a 58-48 home win over Kidron Central Christian.
Canton police are looking for five people in connection with two unrelated incidents after a kidnapped, self-proclaimed heroin addict tells police he’s been burglarizing Stark County homes.
On a night when the temperature outside registered in the single digits, an ice-cold second half doomed the Lake Center Christian Tigers to defeat in a 51-40 loss to visiting Chippewa.
Twelve games into the season, there isn't a lot of mystery for the Lake Center Christian Tigers.
Hartville Elementary kindergarten teacher Melissa Dills attributes to her mother her passion for learning.
“From my mother’s love of learning, I realized that I want to pass that on to other students who love school,” Dills said. “I work with the greatest people and the most wonderful age of children. I’m so honored.”
It won’t earn the Springfield Spartans’ boys basketball team any style points and it did earn them plenty of boos, but a 38-34 road win against Lake Center Christian heading into Christmas break lands in the “W” column all the same.
Hartville Elementary kindergarten teacher Melissa Dills attributes to her mother her passion for learning. “From my mother’s love of learning, I realized that I want to pass that on to other students who love school,” Dills said. “I work with the greatest people and the most wonderful age of children. I’m so honored.”