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The Wooster Symphony Orchestra kicked off its 99th season with a standing ovation following a program of works by American composers with guest conductor Eric Benjamin.

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The Women's Success Series, now in its third year, invites are women to attend their first event on Nov. 7.

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Trinity Hospital announces the winner of its 2014 employee excellence award.

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The Dover Public Library hosts a mysteriously fun event Friday, Nov. 7.

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New Philadelphia is preparing for their annual Christmas Parade. Participants are sought.

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News

Ralph Regula to be recognized for his commitment to community

Former Ohio District 16 Congressman ralph Regula will be recognized at a dinner held in his honor. Make a reservation today.

Uhrichsville seeks new auditor

The members of the Uhrichsville Democratic Central Committee will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 5 to select an auditor for the City of Uhrichsville.

The vacancy has been created due to the retirement of current Auditor Joanne Dunlap.

The meeting will be held at 6 pm at...

Pirate-themed family reading festival comes to New Towne Mall

Reading festival is in its 17th year at New Towne Mall. The festival provides a book for all children in grades pre-K through grade eight who attend.

Sheep workshop shares first year results from research in Sugarcreek

Upcoming workshop shares results of yearlong study.

Tuscarawas Philharmonic conductor Eric Benjamin leads Wooster Symphony to well-deserved standing ovation in 99th season opener

The Wooster Symphony Orchestra kicked off its 99th season with a standing ovation following a program of works by American composers with guest conductor Eric Benjamin.

Connie Finton featured speaker at third annual Women’s Success Series

The Women's Success Series, now in its third year, invites are women to attend their first event on Nov. 7.

Walnut Creek Christmas event celebrates the season in vintage style

Walnut Creek has held an open house to celebrate the season for years, but this year they are trying to put their own stamp on the event. To change things up, there will be a candle and tree lighting ceremony.

Trinity recognizes employee with award

Trinity Hospital announces the winner of its 2014 employee excellence award.

Dover Public Library to host after hours mystery program for area teens and tweens

The Dover Public Library hosts a mysteriously fun event Friday, Nov. 7.

Annual Season of Good Cheer in Dover invites shoppers to support independently owned businesses

The second annual Season of Good Cheer invites residents and visitors to the independently owned Dover businesses to discover or rediscover the shops that make the region so unique.

Sports

Big Red Machine: Griffey reflects on fatherhood and a life in the majors

Ken Griffey Sr. was a Pennsylvania kid who loved basketball and football. But when he made a commitment to play baseball, he decided he'd aim to be the best. Griffey will be on hand at the Nov. 1 Buckeye Book Fair to promote his new book on baseball and fatherhood.

Dodging road apples part of the fun of the Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K

The Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K will take place Nov. 29 in Berlin at Hiland High School. The race features several new events this year, and is widely considered one of the more challenging half marathons in the state circuit. Sign-ups are being taken to participate in any of the races.

Dodging road apples part of the fun of the Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K

The Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K will take place Nov. 29 in Berlin at Hiland High School. The race features several new events this year, and is widely considered one of the more challenging half marathons in the state circuit. Sign-ups are being taken to participate in any of the races.

I had pretty good seats for the Browns’ victory over Steelers

Columnist Dick Farrell had great seats to the football game, at home, in front of the television.

Wrestling tournament open to all youth athletes

Area wrestlers can gain experience and compete at second annual Youth and Junior High Wrestling Tournament next month.

‘Bet Your Buckeyes’ event fundraiser to benefit Clinic for the Working Uninsured

Help the Clinic for the Working Uninsured reach their fundraising goals all while cheering on the Buckeyes as they take on Penn State at the first "Bet Your Buckeyes" event at Bistro 131 in New Philadelphia. Reserve tickets today.

Coaches Clinic is Ohio Dept. of Education approved

Coaches Clinic offered to area athletic coaches who, after completion of the program, can apply for a state permit.

Pirates erase unpleasant memories in pounding Trojans 42-6

Garaway football fans got an early scare when their quarterback went down, but a big early lead and plenty of defense helped the Pirates turn away Newcomerstown easily in its 42-6 win Friday, Sept. 26 in Sugarcreek. Quarterback R.J. Jacobs returned from a shoulder injury and the Pirates moved to...

Taste goes pro at Taste of the NFL fundraising event

The Taste of the NFL is just one way for the the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank to provide for eight counties in Ohio, but it may be the tastiest way. Community members came together to fight hunger by sampling some of the best dishes the area has to offer.

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.



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