Malcolm Hall,

Malcolm Hall

Canton, OH, United States

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  • The Columbus Dispatch

Recent articles by Malcolm:

'You have to tear it down?' Residents say farewell to H.R. Walker Elementary school

Canton Local Schools invited the public to take one last tour inside H.R. Walker Elementary School. → Read More

Canton Local names new volleyball coach

Jodi Forshey succeeds Erin Cole, whose contract was not renewed in March over objections from players and parents. → Read More

East Canton employees receiving pay increases

Part-time and full-time employees of the village of East Canton will receiving pay raises starting in May. → Read More

Eye on the past: Historical society developing in Canton Township

Two residents of Canton Township are working together to form a historical society in that community. → Read More

Louisville nearing completion of $6.2 million sewage plant project

Louisville appears to be months away from completing its $6.2 million project to upgrade its sewage treatment plant. → Read More

Former Malvern restaurant among structures targeted for demolition in Carroll County

The former Hornet's Nest in Malvern is among the blighted buildings in Carroll County which are targeted for demolition by county officials. → Read More

Clearview Prepares to Construct Education Center

Renee Powell Clearview Golf Club Powell Education Center Osnaburg Township William Powell → Read More

OhioRISE mental health program coming to Stark County

The Ohio Department of Medicaid is bringing its new OhioRISE initiative to Stark and Carroll counties. → Read More

Minerva's Roxy Theatre getting interior renovation

The downtown theater's interior renovation will allow it to host more entertainment events. → Read More

Minerva students earn books as rewards for efforts

'Inchy the Bookworm' is a fun link between improvement, good behavior and a reward. → Read More

East Canton's new mayor lays out his vision

David Spencer, in his first month as mayor of East Canton, plans to focus on the village's infrastructure. → Read More

Love, Hair and Happiness warms up a winter day in Canton

The downtown Canton YWCA event provided free grooming services to the local homeless and shelter residents. → Read More

Osnaburg Township fire chief enjoys helping others on their 'worst day'

Osnaburg Township's Amy Parker makes history by being the first woman to lead a fire department in Stark County. → Read More

Pike Township to see road levy on May 3 ballot

Pike Township officials are asking voters to approve an additional 1-mill property tax to support road maintenance. → Read More

Help wanted: Beehive inspector for Carroll County

Carroll County commissioners are looking to hire a beehive inspector to monitor conditions at apiaries. → Read More

Death creates unexpected Canton Township trustee board vacancy

Mittas, 60, died earlier this week as a result of an illness. He also was local attorney. → Read More

Holiday shopping left you with piles of cardboard boxes? Why not recycle?

Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne officials, citing growing online shopping, are hoping people consider other options instead of throwing cardboard away. → Read More

Canton Local's Walker Elementary to come down

Canton Local Board of Education will demolish its Walker Elementary School which was opened in the early 1960s. Classroom activities will be shifted to what is now Faircrest Memorial Middle School. → Read More

Hartville councilwoman accused of tossing village yard sign

Beverly Green, a member of Hartville Village Council, is facing a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief. → Read More

Vacant commercial East Canton building to get new tenant

All signs indicate a new Family Dollar will take up occupancy of what was a Save-A-Lot grocery store in East Canton. → Read More