Local police officials are continuing to investigate a 7 car pile up in Massillon. Officers say the accident happened at Wales Road NE between Lake and Roch avenues NE around 3:30 Friday afternoon. It doesn't look like there are any injuries. No word yet on what caused the accident.
He coached McKinley's football team to 134 wins, he lead the team to a State and National Championship in 1997 and he's coming back to Canton. Thom McDaniels will return to the help of the McKinley Bulldogs beginning next week. Coach McDaniels is expected to take over the football program immediately. The head coaching position became available following the resignation of Todd Filtz after just two seasons of leading the team.
The dive teams, battling high winds and cold water and unusual depth, were on their last legs this afternoon when finally, about 2 p.m., they accomplished what they had set out to do: They recovered the body of 21-year-old Kyle Miller, who drowned in a Metro Park lake yesterday while trying to save his dog. Officers from the Ohio Division of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft used sonar equipment specially built for deep water to pinpoint the location of Millerâs body nearly in the center of one of the Darby Bend Lakes at Prairie Oaks Metro Park in western Franklin County.
The race to build what experts say will be the areaâs only outlet mall appears to be nearly over. The lead position is held by North Carolina-based Tanger Outlets and Simon Property Group of Indianapolis, and its Berkshire Township proposal on the southeast corner of the I-71 and Rts. 36/37 interchange.
Space, the final frontier, has tugged at Peter Lee since childhood. As a kid, he never missed an episode of Star Trek or a chance to look up at the night sky and dream. Yet it was an earthbound fascination â medicine â that propelled him through college and four post-graduate degrees. Still, Dr. Lee attended Trekkie conventions and kept gazing at the stars.
There were more mad scientists than normal at COSI Columbus Saturday morning. Eight high schools - including six from Ohio - sent their Rube Goldberg teams to complete a simple task: Zip a zipper. But in Rube Goldberg fashion, their goal was to include as many extra steps as possible to make the zipper move.