Arts in Stark

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Visitors to Stark County will be paying more for hotel rooms starting next month after commissioners voted to double the county's hotel bed tax.

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At most museums, what you see on display is often just a fraction of an entire collection. An exhibit at The Canton Museum of Art through the end of October is taking a challenge and turning it into an opportunity to show much, much more.

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ARTS IN STARK

Arts in Stark has named Emil Alecusan as its new chairman.

Alecusan has worked with the Canton city school board, the city chamber of commerce and is the CFO and vice president of Brewster Cheese.

He has served on the Arts in Stark board for nine years

Arts in Stark President and CEO Robb Hankins says that he is perfect for the chairman position.

photo of downtown Canton, Ohio
Tim Rudell / WKSU

Canton City Council has approved installing security cameras in the city’s center.  The plan is in response to an increase in people visiting downtown.

The 10-camera system will provide continuous surveillance of the heart of the city.  That’s the area Canton has been revitalizing with an arts district and the conversion of old commercial sites into urban-life-style lofts. The city wanted cameras two years ago but couldn’t afford the $80,000 price from a national vendor.