Pro Football Hall of Fame

Statium Park
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The Canton Park Commission is expected to decide soon on whether some of the city’s Stadium Park will be converted into parking for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  

Hall of Fame Village developers presented their parking-lot plan to the Canton Park Commission last week. The Hall will pay for the work to be done, but the city will retain ownership of the property. The Commissioners requested a draft contract for review. 

ODOT Meetng on HOF Interchange
Tim Rudell / WKSU

No homes, places of business or local tax dollars will be involved in improving the I-77/U.S. 62 interchange near the expanding Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

At a public meeting last night, the Ohio Department of Transportation said the plan involves only an addition of lanes to some already in place. So, there will be no new property acquisition., according to project finance planner Steve Rebillot.

Pro Football Hall of Fame
M.L. SCHULTZE / WKSU

The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to get public input on its $3.1 million plan to reconfigure the interchange of two highways that are key to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 

photo of Super Bowl III mural
M.L. Schultze / WKSU

A North Canton man has been selected to create the latest of the commemorative art pieces celebrating the pro football’s greatest moments. The collection – known as The Eleven – is a mutli-year project of Arts in Stark and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Dirk Rozich was awarded a $40,000 commission to complete a mural based on the historic upset of the Super Bowl III.

HOF Ground Breaking
Tim Rudell / WKSU

Construction continues around the clock in Canton to turn the Pro Football Hall of Fame into what is being dubbed the Disneyland of Football. Tuesday two project milestones, a completion and a kick off, were celebrated at once.

The wind made it a little bit hard to hear, but the choice of the hill above the Hall of Fame for the dual ceremony had to do with seeing: the last beam dropped into place for the new Tom Benson Stadium; and the first shovel turned for the four-star hotel to be on this high ground of the Hall of Fame Village.

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