Student of the Month knows her way around the kitchen
Buckeye Career Center's Student of the month is a senior in the culinary arts program.
Zeisberger Trail look great after winter: Volunteers sought for first work day
Volunteers are sought to assist with trail cleanup at Zeisbeger Trail in Tuscarawas.
Shred sensitive documents at free event
Dover Chemical Corporation, in partnership with Go Shred, is offering a free drive-though event in which people can bring legal documents, old tax records, medical records and financial records. The companies will safely dispose of these documents.
Fit Youth Initiative holds annual T-shirt design contest
All area fourth and fifth graders are invited to participate in the organization's annual T-shirt design contest. One winning design entry will be featured on T-shirts used as an incentive for participants in FYI's 11th annual community summer walking program.
Sole Purpose: Providing shoes for kids who need them
Sole Purpose is an organization run by local Dover High School students that provides shoes for local children who need them.
Putting the pieces together: New Philadelphia woman loves a good puzzle
Rose Ridgway, a Tuscarawas County native, speaks of her love of puzzles and her home of 52 years, which is now the Brick House on Main.
Volunteers sought for riverbank cleanup in Dover
The importance of a healthy ecosystem is paramount. LItter that gets dispersed in various locations ends up in waterways, posing a threat to wildlife. Join volunteers from Huff Run Watershed office of Rural Action and the Historic Canal Dover Association for a spring river cleanup along the banks...
Lamb for Easter has its roots in Jewish Passover
In this area, ham seems to be the usual Easter fare. Scott Daniel's family turns to a more ancient meal for this holiday.
Advice in the event you are selected for jury duty in a murder case
Columnist Dick Farrell shares his thoughts on the Robert Durst case, recently featured in the HBO documentary "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst."
Subscription food boom does nothing for local economy
Food subscription services take money out of the local economy and create excess packaging waste. Columnist Kyle Valentini assures us we can cook without these subscription services.
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.
ĎA Day at the Racesí 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.
Dover seventh-graders are ECOL champs
Dover Middle School seventh-graders are the ECOL champs.
Challenger Little League sign-ups this Sunday
Tuscarawas County Challenger Little League, available to players with physical or mental challenges, will have sign-ups Sunday, Feb. 22.
Get in the game: New fast pitch travel softball league forming
A new girls fast-pitch softball team, based in New Philadelphia, is called the T.C. Titans, and is now accepting girls ages 10-18 to sign up.
Dover Youth Team Tennis registration underway
Dover students in grades K-5 can participate in an indoor tennis program designed specifically for their age groups.