Rain barrel workshop teaches consevation skills
Learn how to make a rain barrel at the upcoming workshop hosted by the Norma Johnson Center in Dover.
Weed killers kill more than the weeds they are intended to kill
Chemical weeds killers are not as "non-toxic" as they are labeled.
Hunting for sales takes on new meaning at Berlin Barnstorm
Bargain hunting takes on a whole new meaning at the annual Berlin Barnstorm.
Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus presents God and Country at the PAC
It's time for the Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus annual show. Now in it's 39th year, the show offers family friendly entertainment at the PAC.
Student computer designed art exhibit and silent auction
The 10th annual student computer designed art exhibit is April 24 at the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts.
Letter to the editor supports Tusky Valley levy
Support for the Tusky Valley school levy comes from a Bolivar resident.
Foster grandparents and senior companions needed in the community
Become a volunteer and help others in the community. The Corporation for Appalachian Development has opportunities for older adults.
Safe Kids/Healthy Kids Day aims to help kids exercise minds and bodies
In an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle for local families, the YMCA offers Safe Kids/Healthy Kids Day April 26.
Berner Trucking donates truck to Buckeye Career Center
A generous donation is allowing students at Buckeye Career Center to further their skills in the Commercial Truck program.
A Taste of Tuscarawas Valley
A Taste of Tuscarawas Valley is a tasty way to support the Tusky Valley music boosters April 26.
Jim Tressel’s ‘The Winner’s Manual for Leadership and Coaching’
Jim Tressel shares effective leadership insights at University of Akron event.
Thompson family to host final NPHS Alumni Basketball Games
It's bittersweet for the Thompson family of New Philadelphia as they host the final NPHS Alumni basketball Games, an event they started in 2003 to honor their dad, Jim Thompson, former New Philadelphia coach and athletic director.
Run for Home seeks volunteers
Organizers for the seventh annual Run for Home race are seeking volunteers to assist with the event that benefits Habitat for Humanity.
Gnadenhutten Boy Scouts host 5K in the historic village
Runners and walkers of all fitness levels can support the Boy Scout Troop 429 when they participate in the Eagle Flight 5K.
Warner brothers help Mustangs wrestlers gallop to second at State
The Claymont Mustangs sent a record 11 wrestlers to the State tournament Feb. 27-March 1, and came away with a runner-up finish behind Div. II State power St. Paris Graham. Among the top performances were a pair of championships for brothers Tyler and Dustin Warner, and a runner-up finish for...
Miracle at Meadowbrook, Ropp provides Hawks with improbable win with buzzer beater
The Hiland versus Tuscarawas Central Catholic game March 4 had a little bit of everything, but the final, frenzied final seconds proved to be a roller coaster of emotions.
Former Ohio State running back, Maurice Clarett, to speak at NewPointe Community Church
Former OSU running backMaurice Clarett speaks about his rise to fame and his fall from grace at a special event at New Pointe Church in Dover.
Sponsors, volunteers and racers sought for colorful 2K event to benefit United Way
Support the United Way of Tuscarawas County when you participate in Color Us United 2K, a new event in the community. The race is open to residents of all skill levels and aims to promote healthy living and volunteerism in the community.
Tuscarawas County’s Special Olympics teams begin playoffs March 1
Don't miss the fun when two Tuscarawas County teams participate at the Area 9 and East Section Special Olympics basketball tournament.
Runners can brave the elements in fifth annual Shamrock Run
The Shamrock Run, now in its fifth year, returns to New Philadelphia March 15.