Massillon

Massillon

(măs`ĭlŏn), city (1990 pop. 31,007), Stark co., NE Ohio, on the Tuscarawas River; inc. 1853. A wheat-shipping center on the Ohio & Erie Canal after 1828, it became an industrial city producing steel, steel products, and machinery; among its manufactures now are plastics, automotive products, packaging materials, and processed foods. Jacob S. CoxeyCoxey, Jacob Sechler
, 1854–1951, American social reformer, b. Selinsgrove, Pa. He began his career as a stationary engineer, later turning to the scrap-iron business and then to sandstone quarrying in Massillon, Ohio.
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, the social reformer, lived in Massillon and was its mayor in the early 1930s. A state park is nearby.
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Some passages of Massillon and Bourdaloue, which he knew by heart, were really very effective when rolled out in Mr.
NYSE:RPAI) announced today that Dunham's Sports has signed a 50,500 square foot lease at Massillon Commons in Massillon, OH, significantly increasing occupancy at the center.
A longtime AFS member, Wasem worked as a plant engineer for Massillon Steel Casting, Massillon, Ohio, for 15 years, and American Steel Foundries, Chicago, where he retired in 1995 as the director of plant engineering.
I am the chapter leader of Dining for Women (DFW) in Massillon, Ohio.
Last fall must have been the season for nine-year-old boys to shine, since last October another such lad, Cody DeGordon of Massillon, Ohio, also came to his mom's rescue.
Standards Testing Laboratories, Massillon, OH, said to be the world's largest independent testing facility for tires, wheels and related automotive components, has secured the vehicle tire testing contract for Transport Canada.
Next month, the Massillon plant will install an MDO unit from Hosokawa Alpine American in Natick, Mass.
We then moved to Massillon, OH, where he took over its nationally famous football program.
Republic has steel mills with furnaces in Canton and Lorain, Ohio, and rolling and finishing facilities in Canton, Lorain and Massillon, Ohio, as well as in Lackawanna, N.
The contract will cover approximately 160 workers at the company's Massillon, Ohio, metal bakeware facility.