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Arthur Miller's classic is brought to life on stage at The Little Theatre when they perform "The Crucible," under the direction of Don Irven.

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Stamp collectors and those wanting to learn more about the hobby can attend the Tuscora Stamp Club's annual auction.

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The rapid growth of magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose illness and injury has prompted Union Hospital to expand hours of its hospital-based high field facility. By adding evening and weekend hours for MRI examination, the hospital is able to scan more patients with less waiting time and offer a wider range of...

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The loss of an infant led one New Philadelphia couple to reach out to others who grieve. Sweet Pea Angels provides burial gowns and much needed support for other parents and families.

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COAD's Foster Grandparent program is thriving and just celebrated individuals who have continued to serve faithfully. Each person honored has enriched the program and helped plenty of children have a happier life.

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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.

Starlight donates space to Share-a-Christmas organizers

Starlight Enterprises Inc. in new Philadelphia steps up to offer Share-a-Christmas organizers a space for toy sorting and distribution. The program has been in place for 39 years.

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.

Lack of clean water and common sense results in the use of beer in cooking

The British brought many traditions with them when they came to America. One of them was their love of beer.

Misleading term ‘natural’ is largely a marketing ploy for food producers

There is much confusion over food labeled natural and organic especially when an ever-increasing number of people are choosing to eat a healthier diet for their benefit as well as the benefit of the planet they believe is overburdened with industrial agriculture.

American classic opens season

Arthur Miller's classic is brought to life on stage at The Little Theatre when they perform "The Crucible," under the direction of Don Irven.

Tuscora Stamp Club auction benefits Hospice

Stamp collectors and those wanting to learn more about the hobby can attend the Tuscora Stamp Club's annual auction.

Union expands MRI hours to accommodate busy families

The rapid growth of magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose illness and injury has prompted Union Hospital to expand hours of its hospital-based high field facility. By adding evening and weekend hours for MRI examination, the hospital is able to scan more patients with less waiting time and offer a...

The loss of an infant prompts couple to help others who grieve

The loss of an infant led one New Philadelphia couple to reach out to others who grieve. Sweet Pea Angels provides burial gowns and much needed support for other parents and families.

Senior service: Older citizens have much to offer others in their communities

COAD's Foster Grandparent program is thriving and just celebrated individuals who have continued to serve faithfully. Each person honored has enriched the program and helped plenty of children have a happier life.

Sports

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.

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.

Karam’s 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.



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