Steven M. Grazier,

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Recent articles by Steven:

Economic development, police & fire pay are key issues in Massillon's at-large race

One Democrat, one independent and three Republicans are vying for three, at-large Massillon City Council seats. → Read More

Perry Township trustees race: Road repaving, parks among top campaign topics

Challengers Mike Bowen, Lisa Dyer, Matt Miller & Bruno J. Millin Sr. are trying to unseat incumbent Trustees Doug Haines and Mike Shreffler. → Read More

Eastlake-based Buckeye Relief targets former Family Video for medical marijuana

Representatives of Eastlake-based Buckeye Relief proposed their plan to open a medical marijuana dispensary at the former Family Video site, → Read More

Dennis Albaugh II had served as Navarre police chief since April 2010

Dennis Albaugh's conviction stems from a June 28 motorcycle crash in Jackson Township. He was placed on paid administrative leave following the crash. → Read More

City Council denies interior building renovation project totaling $250,000

Massillon council also considered a proposal that aims to terminate the working relationship between the city and its engineering firm, OHM Advisors. → Read More

Massillon began working with OHM Advisors firm in July 2016

OHM Advisors was initially hired by the city of Massillon in July 2016, after the resignation of then-City Engineer Keith Dylewski. → Read More

Some Massillon council members propose teardown, rebuild of downtown building

The Court Services Building was named for Ivan Getz, a longtime city electrician. → Read More

Massillon Health Department to add new positions with $180,000 grant

Massillon is required to utilize funds from a $180,000 Health Department grant by June 2023. → Read More

Massillon, OHM Advisors engineering firm nab Heritage Ohio statewide award

Heritage Ohio works to promote economic growth through the preservation and revitalization of downtowns and neighborhoods across the state. → Read More

Mexican eatery targeted for former Massillon Kmart site

A new Chipotle restaurant is targeted for the southeastern portion of the Lincoln Way E property, close to the former Charlie's restaurant. → Read More

Fryberger, Kobak couples are new owners of Tan's Egg Roll King in Massillon

The original Tan's Egg Roll King restaurant closed in May 2018 in Plain Township. It was open for 24 years. → Read More

Fred F. Silk Charitable Foundation dissolving; transfers dollars to Stark Community agency

The Fred F. Silk Charitable Foundation began in 1990. It has provided more than $13 million in financial support to local charities over the years. → Read More

Richie's Dodge: Massillon man keeps 1965 Dodge Coronet to honor former neighbor

Janet Lab said she lost her brother, Richard Fuchs, when he was 20 years old. He died in a 1967 chopper crash while serving in the Vietnam War. → Read More

Developer Steve Smith wants more lots for subdivision near Legends of Massillon

Augusta Lakes subdivision is located off Richville Drive SW and adjacent to The Legends of Massillon golf course. → Read More

City Councilman Jim Theiret says walkway at Lincoln Way, Postal Place dangerous

A brief discussion on the Lincoln Way streetscape crosswalk issue took place last week among City Council members. → Read More

Bobby Pulley stepped down as Wilmot mayor Aug. 27 due to medical reasons

Village Council President Christina Hysong was sworn in Aug. 30 as the acting mayor of Wilmot. → Read More

Memorial on display through Friday at Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park in Clinton

The Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park display was set up Saturday and will remain through Friday at the Clinton park. → Read More

New City Council proposal looks to combine environmental, public utilities commissions

City Councilman Ted Herncane: The Environmental Committee has seen one piece of legislation since January 2020. → Read More

Alliance YWCA hosts unity walk Sunday counters downtown vandalism

Participants hoisted signs containing messages that center around inclusion, love and support for the community. → Read More

Township trustees hear from residents on high water, drainage issues at Tuesday meeting

Perry Township trustees next meet at 6 p.m. Aug. 3 at the Township Administration Office, 3111 Hilton St. NW. → Read More