Student of the Month named at BCC
Levi Schandel is Buckeye Career Center's Student of the Month.
Students recognized for writing and art
A reception was held Saturday, May 23 at the Dover Public Library to recognize students whose work was accepted in the first teen magazine published by the library and Dover High School.
Topaz likes to ride in the car
Topaz is available for adoption at the Tuscarawas County Humane Society.
Local podiatrist to present program at library
Learn about common foot and ankle conditions and their treatments on May 30 at the Dover Public Library.
Morelli resigns as general manager at PAC
Dr. Mike Morelli has resigned his position with the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas.
Starlight Enterprises and Buffalo Wild Wings in New Philadelphia rally together to raise funds for individuals with disabilities
Buffalo Wild Wings in New Philadelphia will donate a portion of a diner's bill to Starlight Enterprises Inc. on June 1 between 6-8 p.m.
Ohio Chautauqua returns to Coshocton for a third year
Ohio Chautauqua is a unique Ohio Humanities Council traveling program that visits four communities in Ohio each summer, spending five days in each location holding workshops for youth and adults with first-person performances.
A day of remembrance: Dover recognizes Memorial Day with service
The Dover VFW Post 3463 and the city of Dover will host a parade and service Monday, May 25 in honor of Memorial Day.
More than 200 businesses help food bank surpass Harvest for Hunger goal
The Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank thanks the community for generous donations during Harvest for Hunger.
Students to perform at vocal music and piano recital
Three graduating students from the music studios of Joseph Palmer and Melanie Winn of New Philadelphia will present a varied program of vocal and piano music during a recital Tuesday, May 26, beginning at 7:30 p.m., in Grace Lutheran Church in Dover.
Zoar Amateur had only one player under par Saturday
First day at Zoar Amateur finds only one player under par.
Tornado Club golf outing benefits all Dover sports
The Tornado Club raises funds that benefit all Dover sports including golf. A golf outing will be held May 29.
Welty girls’ track team have undefeated season, win ECOL Championship
After an undefeated season, the Welty girls¿ track team won the ECOL Championship at River View with 152.33 points.
A second look at a scintillating Saints victory
With eight experienced seniors at Tuscarawas Central Catholic, it took more than just talent for the Saints to beat Hiland in the district final. It took total teamwork. Here is a second look at how the Saints upended Hiland to advance to regionals.
‘League Park’ author to visit Dover Public Library
Home to the Cleveland Indians until 1946, League Park was recently renovated and reopened to the public. The Dover Public Library hosts author Ken Krsolovic March 2 when he will discuss his book, "League Park," as well as share rare images of the historic field.
‘A Day at the Races’ fundraiser benefits Valley Force Fastpitch teams
Community members will be able to support Valley Force Fastpitch softball team by attending "A Day at the Races," which includes food, entertainment, a silent auction and a 50/50 drawing.