Ohio Chautauqua welcomes Henry David Thoreau
Kevin Radaker will portray philosopher Henry David Thoreau as part of the Ohio Chautauqua in Coshocton. Radaker will also offer Thoreau-themed workshops for both youth and adults.
A national celebration just as founding fathers had hoped for, only with flip-flops
Scott Daniels suggests grilling this July Fourth. Why not make soup ... on the grill.
Starlight School board fired the bullet, but why?
Columnist Dick Farrell ponders Starlight and the TuscBDD, secret meetings in New Philadelphia and local politicians' social media savvy.
Frogs and toads are a sign of a healthy, balanced garden
From literature to our backyards, frogs and toads are appealing amphibians.
Trinity to host low cost health checks at Mako’s in Uhrichsville
Blood glucose tests are recommended for all adults who are overweight and/or have other risk factors for diabetes.
Cholesterol checks are recommended for all adults at least once every five years or sooner as directed by a doctor.
Thomas J. Patton Scholarship recipients named
Four local students have received scholarships totaling $8,000 from the Thomas J. Patton/YMCA Scholarship Fund.
Program lets seniors help their communities through volunteering
Retired seniors find purpose and meaning when they participate in the RSVP program. Under the direction of Peggy Leslie, the program has helped serve members of the community for 20 years.
Ronald Memorial Scholarship program awards grants to 5 students
Five local Tuscarawas County high school graduates have received grants from the Richard L. Ronald Memorial Scholarship program in pursuit of higher education.
Post-polio conference to be held this fall at Tuscora Park
The 2015 Ohio Polio Network Conference will be held at Tuscora Park in September. The conference provides support for survivors of polio.
Local retailer teams with Operation Warm & Cozy to benefit homeless dogs
A local store and Operation Warm & Cozy Inc. are teaming up to offer aid to OWC's sheltered dogs.
Race to Save Face raises funds and awareness for rare disease
Race coordinator Jessica Ferris of New Philadelphia began the annual event, now in it its fourth year, as a way to raise funds and awareness about trigeminal neuralgia, a painful and debilitating disease.
It’s all downhill from here: Soap Box Derby is an all-American tradition
The Soap Box Derby, a local tradition that goes back 80 years, has a new location in Dover this year.
Student athletes can benefit from sports clinics
Athletes ages 12-16 could benefit from a variety of sports clinics including weight lifting, speed and agility, and running.
Labatt Senior Amateur at Zoar Golf Course
Zoar Village Golf Club held the Labatt Senior Tournament.
Coaches Crawl 5K Run and Walk registration underway
The annual Coaches Crawl 5K is coming up June 17 in Dennison.
Zoar Memorial Amateur Championship included local finishers
Tuscarawas County locals were among the top finishers in the Zoar Memorial Amateur Championship.
YMCA offers a variety of summer camps
Children's summer camps begin as early as June 1 at the Tuscarawas County YMCA.
Zoar Amateur had only one player under par Saturday
First day at Zoar Amateur finds only one player under par.
Tornado Club golf outing benefits all Dover sports
The Tornado Club raises funds that benefit all Dover sports including golf. A golf outing will be held May 29.