Essay contest to determine new inn and home owner
Carol and Herb Steffey are selling the Garden Gate Get-A-Way through an essay contest. Anyone wishing to own the inn should write an essay saying why they would love to own the property.
There is no such thing as women’s work versus men’s work nowadays
Columnist Scott Daniels does not differentiate between tasks once considered for women or men.
Fresh produce doesn’t have to be pretty to be delicious
Sometimes the best fresh produce is not the prettiest. Seasoned gardeners know the food from their backyard garden looks very little like the stuff in grocery stores.
Jammin’ Food Truck Fest: New event supports three museums in Tuscarawas County
The first ever Jammin' Food Truck Fest includes a bike ride, delicious food from a variety of vendors and live entertainment all day at Historic Schoenbrunn Village in New Philadelphia.
Dover master photographer named Platinum Medalist at International Photographic Competition
Walsh-Newton was named a Platinum Medalist, meaning that three of her merited images entered the PPA Loan Collection.
Trivia Night is Thursday at the Dover Public Library
Teams of two to six are forming for the Dover Public Library's Trivia Night.
America’s Farmers making a positive impact in Ohio
Sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, America's Farmers Grow Communities will partner again with farmers to award more than $3.3 million to community nonprofits across the country. In Ohio, 65 organizations will receive donations in 2016.
Understanding the responsibilities of an executor
Serving as the executor of your friend's estate may seem like an honor, but it can also be a huge chore. Here's what you should know to help you prepare.
Warren Township Community Center to host car show
A car show and chicken barbecue benefits the various youth programs at the Warren Township Community Center near Atwood Lake.
Football historian to speak about Tuscarawas County’s six-man teams
Randy Miller, a Sugarcreek native, has written an account of the short lived six-man football teams in Tuscarawas County in the 1940s. Dover Public Library will host a book signing.
Team WesBanco wins Muskingum Watershed Conservancy Foundation Golf Outing
The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy Foundation recently held a gold outing.
Kickball Tournament benefits Trinity Hospital Twin City Employee Auxiliary
Trinity Hospital Twin City will host their annual Kickball Tournament, now in its third year. Register early to receive a T-shirt. The tournament is for players ages 13 and older.
Win a cabin for 2 on the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer
An opportunity to win two complimentary tickets for a cabin for two on the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer is as simple as purchasing a ticket from the Ohio State Alumni Club of Tuscarawas County.
YMCA golf outing supports Capital Campaign effort
The YMCA declared their 14th Annual Jack Marsh Memorial Golf Outing to be a success. The organization raised funds for the Capital Campaign that allows financially disadvantage youth to become members and participate in programs.
Two-day disc golf outing benefits Tuscarawas County Family and Children First Council
Tuscarawas County Family and Children First seeks sponsors and participants for a family-friendly two-day event at Deis Hill in Dover.
Geib Glowway Run 5K registration underway
Harry Clever Filed will play host to runners for the Geib Glowway 5K that benefits the Kent State Tuscarawas Alumni Association.
Registration underway for 7th annual United Way Rock-N-Run race
The United Way of Tuscarawas County hosts its seventh annual Rock-N-Run 5K and 1-mile walk. All proceeds go toward programs that benefit the community.
Run for Gnome brings community together
The community showed up to make Swiss National Day and Run for Gnome a success in Sugarcreek. The race alone had 472 participants of all ages and many more came to view fireworks and enjoy time with neighbors and friends.
Soccer 4 All invites players of all skill levels
Soccer 4 All is in its second year in the region. The league allows children of all skill levels to play and allows their parents to enjoy the role of being a spectator.
Precision shooting has been a father-daughter activity for 30 years for this family
Kimberly Hobart began her shooting career 30 years ago, and became interested in the sport after accompanying her father, Russell Hobart, to competitions where he volunteered as a range safety officer in the 1970s.