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The Little Theatre of Tuscarawas County opens their season Oct. 17 with the classic American play, The Crucible. A special performance will be Oct. 29 at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas.

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More and more 4-H club members are raising non-market animals for their fair projects, The pygmy goat is a favorite among them.

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Dr. Mark Weiner shared a story of hope and kindness recently when he spoke about his wife's family and the woman that helped them survive World War II.

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The once shuttered Sherrodsville Elementary will be transformed into the Evil Elementary Haunted Schoolhouse. Now privately owned, the nearly century old building will remain a community resource for residents in the village.

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Downtown New Philadelphia continues their beautification project spearheaded by the New Philadelphia Business and Community Association with the addition of a giant sculpture designed and built by students at Buckeye Career Center.

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Little Theatre of Tuscarawas County partners with PAC to present special performance of ‘The Crucible’

The Little Theatre of Tuscarawas County opens their season Oct. 17 with the classic American play, The Crucible. A special performance will be Oct. 29 at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas.

Pygmy goat projects gain popularity

More and more 4-H club members are raising non-market animals for their fair projects, The pygmy goat is a favorite among them.

Short attention span? This commentary is for you

Dick Farrell tackles thugs in the NFL, lazy property owners and hotels for oil and gas workers in this week's installment.

ĎDrug Take Back Dayí is Saturday at Union Hospital

Prescription and non-prescription drugs may be dropped off at Union Hospital Saturday, Sept. 27 during "Drug Take Back Day." The event keeps drugs off the streets, out of the hands of children and addicts and prevents them from entering the environment.

Tourism grant applications accepted in Sugarcreek

Tourist grants applications are available for area business that promote overnight stays and visits from non-resident visitors.

Story of kindness and hope shared at menís fellowship breakfast

Dr. Mark Weiner shared a story of hope and kindness recently when he spoke about his wife's family and the woman that helped them survive World War II.

Oktoberfest marks seventh year at Heiniís

Heini's Oktoberfest will offer local entertainment, demonstrations, authentic German food and Ohio and German craft beer and wines,

Former school gets scary makeover for seasonal haunted schoolhouse this Halloween

The once shuttered Sherrodsville Elementary will be transformed into the Evil Elementary Haunted Schoolhouse. Now privately owned, the nearly century old building will remain a community resource for residents in the village.

Sculpture added to downtown New Philadelphia as part of art-scaping project

Downtown New Philadelphia continues their beautification project spearheaded by the New Philadelphia Business and Community Association with the addition of a giant sculpture designed and built by students at Buckeye Career Center.

Walk will raise awareness of domestic violence in region

Harbor House will host a walk to raise awareness about Domestic Violence. The event is free and open to all.

Sports

Kids, donít 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.

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.

Karamís 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 ó 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...



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