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"The world is not ending," graduate Joseph Michael Hulen said. "We're just taking over."
"It's kind of surreal," graduate Rebekah Snow said. "I don't even feel like I graduated."
The Neighborhood Files, Obituaries
Hundreds attended the public funeral service of 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera on Saturday at First Baptist Canton.
The Neighborhood Files
Organized by Canton residents on Facebook, the candlelight ceremony for the slain 7-year-old drew hundreds.
Patch contributor Michael Vann hit the streets of Canton to find out what residents are planning for Thanksgiving.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Holiday Guide
Local members of the military discussed the significance of Veterans Day during Saturday's American Legion's Parade in Downtown Canton.
One resident: "I like to have a jingle in my pocket and all my pennies are being used up."
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
From hot dogs to face painting, organizers tell Patch viewers what to expect this year.
Saturday, volunteers blanketed Downtown Canton with 3,000 flags as a tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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