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An event Sunday morning at Summit Mall purposely didn’t include bright lights, ringing bells, holiday music or long lines.
Dr. Mary Murray wants to help breast cancer survivors understand their options, when it comes to managing lymphedema, a side effect to breast cancer surgery.
Copley Township firefighters answered 2,077 calls from January through October, a 13 percent increase for the same period last year. Fire Chief Michael Benson said Wednesday that 2015 is on pace to be a record year.
Copley Township fire officials are investigating a small fire on Thursday morning at the Econo Lodge hotel on Rothrock Road.
In his more than 20 years in the banking industry, Copley Township resident Joe DiRocco has worked for several banks.
Copley police say a 15-year-old girl threatened to bring a gun to Copley High School next month and kill several students.
Copley-Fairlawn educators and police are investigating the origin of a threatening note found Monday morning at Copley High School that targeted specific students.
COPLEY TWP.: Township trustees Wednesday approved a Massillon trash hauler’s five-year bid package for local trash collection services.
A clear head and a guilty conscience caused a Fairlawn Walmart night manager to return to the area from Columbus and own up to taking more than $100,000 from the store safe.
The late Arden Riddle poured his life into creating handcrafted furniture at his Copley workshop.