Gas pipelines have short-term, long-term consequences for landowners
A new pipeline to transport natural gas to Canada could have lasting effects on Tuscarawas County landowners.
County art agency feasibility study gets underway
A group af artists and art advocates have been commissioned to conduct a feasibility study to determine if Tuscarawas County should consider an arts agency.
Easing the financial strain school puts on your household budget
As students head back to school, columnist Todd Colucy offers advice on how to stay within your financial budget as school-related expenses come up.
Making French onion soup the Julia Child way
Take the beef stock made from the recipe in last week's column, and use it to create a caramel-colored hearty supper.
Kids, don’t let your parents grow up to be youth sports fan(atic)s
Parents expect too much when it comes to sports coverage from local news outlets.
Zucchini is the common surplus crop in many backyard gardens
Zucchini is the most common surplus crop from the backyard garden. By this time of year, many gardeners are trying to get rid of it any way they can.
Faith and Hope: A dog story with a happy ending
Faith and Hope, two beagles that found their way to the Tuscarawas County Dog Pound, are in a new home, together.
MWCF Golf Outing win is the result of a tiebreaker
The results are in. The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy Foundation Golf Outing names the winners of the 16th annual event.
Uhrichsville gardener grows impressive potatoes
Paul Fanti is quite the gardener. He surprised himself this summer when he dug up the most enormous red-skinned potatoes he had ever seen.
Thursday’s livestock sale brings out 4-H supporters
Thursday at the Tuscarawas County Fair was loud. With a tractor pull and a mod rod pull, the grandstand was bustling with activity.
A Quaker Angel earns his wings
A Quaker senior finds success on the field comes from patience and hard work.
Voll sees new job and New Philadelphia community as a perfect fit
New Philadelphia gilrs' basketball head coach Matt Voll looks forward to the great tradition of the Dover-New Philadelphia rivalry.
Karam’s hosts Back to School Carnival
Karam's Martial Arts in New Philadelphia will host a free Back to School Carnival for families with children age 3-15.
Geib Glowway Run 5K has new location and a lot more glow
The Kent State Tuscarawas Alumni Association invites runners and walkers to the Geib Glowway Run 5K in its new location.
Pirates doing OK to begin ‘14
Garaway Pirates golf team off to a sizzling hot start to their season.
JAKES Day event teaches wildlife conservation
Field day event at the Norma Johnson Center teaches children about wildlife preservation and sportsmanship.
For the love of the cause — Local golfers complete Hundred Hole Hike, again
Josh Carlisle and Nate Stambaugh complete the Hundred Hole Hike raising money for Big Brother Big Sister for the second year in a row.
Drumming up fitness
Participants inspire each other as they dress in 1980s attire while doing a bootcamp style exercise routine that benefits them physically and mentally at one of the Tuscarawas County YMCA's newest programs for men and women.
Dover goes yard in capturing District 4 LL title
Dover Little League team's players are no strangers to the lights of big-time tournament play. Recently, charged by their electric bats and solid pitching, they charge through the District 4 Little League tournament to claim yet another exciting title. The team will now face an old nemesis in its...
Challenger League hosts season finale
It's the final game of the season for are ball players participating in the Challenger League. Friends and family can cheer on players as they round the bases July 26 at Dover City Park.