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Edd Pritchard


Canton, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Edd:

Allegiant Air returning to Akron-Canton Airport with service to Florida, Savannah, Ga.

Allegiant Air will begin service in March from Akron-Canton Airport to three Florida cities and Savannah, Ga. → Read More

Mays Massotherapy moves to larger location, expands to offer dietary products

Mays Massotherapy has found a new location, expanded and added some products and partners. → Read More

Jackson Township trustee race crowded, with two incumbents facing four challengers

Six people, including two incumbents, are running for seats on the Jackson Township trustees board. → Read More

Yes, Amazon will be filling orders from the giant warehouse planned for Skyland Pines

After months of speculation, Amazon is identified as the company that will use the warehouse being built at the former Skyland Pines golf course. → Read More

Akron-Canton Airport marks 75 years with eye toward passenger growth

Akron-Canton Airport is marking 75 years of service on Oct. 13. → Read More

Skyland Pines warehouse project valued at $87.4 million

A building permit filed with the city of Canton sets the value of the project at Skyland Pines at just under $87.4 million. → Read More

Hall of Fame Resort working with two brokerages on stock sale to generate $50 million

Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Co. is working with two groups to generate $50 million through stock sales. → Read More

Ground-moving equipment starts clearing Skyland Pines for future warehouse

Earth moving equipment already has started to flatten the former Skyland Pines Golf Club. → Read More

Locals land on the screen in scenes from 'Mayberry Man,' set for release this week

Tuscarawas County residents Jon and Connie Campbell will be on the big screen in the movie "Mayberry Man." → Read More

The Brew Kettle, Cleveland-area craft brewery, to join Hall of Fame Village

The Brew Kettle, a Cleveland-area craft brewery, will join the Hall of Fame Village in Canton. → Read More

Highway 77 Music Festival postponed because of COVID-19 concerns

The Highway 77 Music Festival has been cancelled with the event organizers citing concerns over COVID-19. → Read More

Business roundup: Head, neck surgical center prepares to open in Jackson Township

Ascent Family Surgery Center by Ohio Head & Neck Surgeons will open a new facility in Jackson Township in September. → Read More

Burlington set to open store at The Venue on Sept. 10

Burlington Stores will be opening its new, smaller location on Sept. 10 at the The Venue at Belden. → Read More

'Welcome Back' brings fun to downtown; A.S.P.I.R.E. event provides school supplies

The ASPIRE Today program revived its annual community event, which included a school supply give away, on Sunday. → Read More

Growing economy drives demand for steel helps TimkenSteel post second quarter profit

TimkenSteel posted a second quarter profit as general economic recovery boosted demand for steel. → Read More

Timken Co. posts record sales, improved profits for second quarter; maintains outlook

Timken Co. reported record revenue for the second quarter, as well as strong profits. The company is optimistic looking toward 2022. → Read More

Skyland Pines being sold to developers; expected to become site for large number of jobs

After weeks of speculation, Steve DiPietro confirms that Skyland Pines has been sold to developers. → Read More

Slim Chickens restaurant chain targets site in Belden Village next year

Slim Chickens has plans the Greens at Belden development on the former Tam O'Shanter golf course property in the Belden Village shopping district. → Read More

Business roundup: Barber school in Canton has students advancing to new Levels

Rodney Dennis has opened Levels Barber College in Canton. It is one of 18 licensed barber colleges in Ohio. → Read More

So long Canton Charge: Downtown businesses confident of weathering loss of G League team

Downtown businesses are disappointed that the Charge, an NBA G League team, leaving Canton for Cleveland. But loss of the team won't kill business. → Read More