Morning Briefing: Bonds and Bond
Here's the top news and other info for you on this Friday morning.
1. Weather: After some patchy fog (we at Patch hereby disown and disavow any connections with this so-called "patchy" fog) burns off at 9 a.m., the National Weather Service says we will experience a high of 83 degrees on this Friday. Tonight, the temperature will dip to 55 degrees.
2. In Case You Missed It: Do you have something to say about Wednesday's presidential debate? Join our discussion and let us know who you think "won" the first debate and why.
3. Happening Now: The Great Scarecrow Contest began on Tuesday, but entrants will be accepted until the end of the month. We have all the info on how to enter the contest and how to vote for your favorite scarecrows. The winners will get cash prizes during The Great Pumpkin Festival!
4. Looking Ahead: Has the Canton City Council finally figured out how they're going to pay for building three new fire stations? It looks like it. Find out the city plans to hold a bond referendum next year, and get a general recap of the meeting at 7 a.m.
5. On This Date in History: It was a double whammy of British cool on Oct. 8, 1962. The first James Bond film, Dr. No was released, and so was The Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do."