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Recent articles by Charita:

Child care owner embraces her mission

Charlene Taylor's child care center in Massillon on a mission to help kids and their parents → Read More

Closing churches is a challenge for leaders, too

Church closings usually initiated by their own members with guidance from leadrs → Read More

Commentary: Memorable quotes from the past week

The Canton Repository has assembled some of the best quotes from the past week. → Read More

Hoover educator, community booster Susie VanVranken dies

Susie VanVranken, a popular retired teacher and community support in North Canton, has died from ALS. → Read More

Here's what people are saying about Amazon coming to Skyland Pines and Canton

People react to the confirmation that Amazon is building a giant distribution center in Canton. → Read More

It's never too late: Stark County woman earns her bachelor's degree at 69

At 69, Saundra Turpin of Plain Township fulfilled her dream of a earning college degree. → Read More

Teen Ambassadors program helps immigrant students

The Immigrant Worker Project has a Teen Ambassador program for immigrant Latino youth who want to go to college. → Read More

Charita Goshay: Black lives lost in other ways must matter, too

Charita Goshay writes that Black lives lost to violence matter, even when police aren't involved. → Read More

Voices for Voices debuts on Oct. 10

Justin Hayes starts Voices for Voices a new creative outlet for people struggling with mental illness → Read More

Anti-human trafficking event at Walsh University

Not For Sale: One Step at a Time is working to put an end to human trafficking. → Read More

'Open your home:' Afghan refugees have a place to stay in Stark County

Ken and Angel Perkins are offering two apartments they own to Afghan families who may be sent to Stark County. → Read More

Phenomenal Woman group to honor seven at awards ceremony

Phenomenal Woman is an award created by Dawn Pullin of Canton to honor and uplift women. → Read More

Commentary: Memorable quotes from the past week

The Canton Repository has assembled some of the best quotes from the past week. → Read More

Canton gynecologist offers new incontinence treatment

Dr. Priyabala Ramaiah uses non-invasive, MRI treatment for women, men that's equivalent of 11,200 Kegels. → Read More

Vanderbilt lauds Massillon's James Lawson for his civil rights work

Rev. Jim Lawson, who grew up in Massillon is honored for his civil rights work by Vanderbilt University. → Read More

'Gingerboy' Christmas book author gets a big request

Salvation Army wants 65, 000 copies of Joanne Kimberly's 2014 Christmas book → Read More

Black nurses organize to foster trust, outreach in Stark County

The Stark County Black Nurses Association is a new group designed to improve education and outreach. → Read More

Canton's Hammer & Nails is fixing houses and changing lives

The Canton-based ministry that helps elderly and disadvantaged homeowners needs more hands to help others. → Read More

Once bullied, Canton mime/minister takes aim at helping men and toxic masculinity

The Rev. Thomas Banks is a performing artist who wants to help others overcome bullying and self-confidence issues. → Read More

Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinees' wives host YWCA Day of Service

Wives of Hall of Famers visit Canton YECA for a Day of Service → Read More