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Pizza palace on wheels

Bahler Street is a pizza palace on wheels featuring inventive pizzas named after Rocky and Courtney Shanower's literary favorites.

Rainbow Connection Telethon to raise funds for Tusc

The Tuscarawas Society for Children and Adults Rainbow Connection Telethon will be streamed live via the organization's website and on Spectrum Cable systems channel 1021.

10th annual Cause for Paws to benefit local Humane Society

Cause for Paws is a local event that is collectively arranged in an effort to benefit the animals served by the Tuscarawas County Humane Society.

Celebrating life

All monuments offered at Stevenson Memorials are comprised of the highest quality granite and come with a 500-year guarantee.

Park Village keeps residents safe and independent

Both campuses of Park Village Health Care offer a continuum of services, from independent living, to assisted living, to specialty care assisted living, to skilled nursing.

Chipotle fundraiser benefits Starlight

Starlight School recently celebrated its Gold Award achievement, and the Chipotle Dine to Donate event will be used to purchase items for the PBIS store and special activities.

Building relationships to last

With an average of 30 cars on the lot at all times, Tusc Auto Sales makes an effort to have a nice variety that appeals to everyone, which includes featuring vehicles in a variety of different price points.

Register for the 11th annual Groundhog Day Breakfast

The 11th annual Groundhog Day International Trade Forecast Breakfast will be at Kent State Tuscarawas in Founders Hall.

Rooted in the community

First National Bank of Dennison is a 90-year-old independent institution managing $228 million in assets. With five branches in Tuscarawas County, the full-service bank offers walk-in services, drive thru accommodations, internet banking, fraud protection, mobile banking and text services.

Ohio Historic Family Farms program list continues to grow

In 2017 the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized 125 new century, sesquicentennial or bicentennial farms owned by the same family for at least 100, 150 or 200 consecutive years.

Re-shaping you

Form You 3 has a proven weight-loss program that can have you dropping 1-3 pounds a week.

Handcrafted toys made of locally sourced wood

Based in Newcomerstown, Russ Riggle makes and sells wood toys. He became serious about making toys as a business five or six years ago.

Go as a group - in style

NEO Van Rentals prides itself on being a van rental agency as opposed to a car rental agency with only a few vans.

Lehman's Hardware of Kidron to host maple syrup class

Lehman's of Kidron will host a maple syrup class in late January for those who are just getting started with their own maple syrup ventures. It will offer a unique, hands-on experience that covers the whole syrup-making process from start to finish.

Ohio Proud program provides link between local business and community

Ohio Proud is a marketing program to increase awareness and sales of food and agricultural products in the state and helps consumers easily identify products that are made in Ohio.

Hershberger promoted at ProVia

ProVia has announced the promotion of Lonnie Hershberger to the newly created position of vice president of customer experience.

Buckeye Career Center accepts donation

Buckeye Career Center has accepted the donation of two heating and cooling units from Refrigeration Sales Corp. to benefit BCC's heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration lab.

Claymont senior chosen for model search competition

Olivia Pangrazio, daughter of Nino and Traci Pangrazio of Dennison and a senior at Claymont High School, recently was selected as one of eight winning portfolio applicants for the Destination: Seniors nationwide high school model search.

Light Up Sugarcreek celebrates the season

Light Up Sugarcreek will offer families numerous Christmas activities and discounts from local shops.

Off The Wall adds music ministry

Off The Wall Music in New Philadelphia celebrated a busy grand opening with a store packed with people.

Season of Good Cheer highlights local merchants

The fifth annual Season of Good Cheer among merchants in downtown Dover is under way, and the holiday event boasts more participants and bigger Christmas gift prizes than ever.

Leadership symposium focuses on leading through servanthood

The Pathways Toward Servant Leadership Symposium at the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center taught about how a servant leadership role in the business world can create opportunities for growth in more ways than one.

Transportation vendors sought

The Community Corrections Program is seeking proposals from individuals or companies who are willing to serve the needs of probationers and returning citizens by providing transportation.

Daytime care for adults throughout Northeast Ohio

Co-owners and husband and wife, John and Annette Saeger, opened the first Gilcrest Center in Doylestown in 2007, and its new Wooster location opened its doors in May of this year. They are hoping to include Tuscarawas County clients as well.

Seminar for entrepreneurs over age 50

Encore 50+ Informational Seminar is a business mentoring program for entrepreneurs over age 50, and it will take place at the Carrollton POWER Training Center.

Women's Success Series returns for 7th year

Three professional women who excel in their careers are being spotlighted by the 2017-18 Women's Success Series.

Take a B.Y.T.E. out of technology confusion with free business classes

The Dover Public Library will offer free classes to help participants grow their business or start a new one as well as network with other local business owners and learn how to use technology to help one's business.

TV critic and author to perform in Dover

The Largely Literary Theater Company will premiere its one-act play, "Everything I Need to Know I Learned in The Twilight Zone," at the Dover Public Library.

Women in Business Expo returns with The Pink Party

The Women in Business Expo will return and support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with The Pink Party.

Meat recalled for sanitation concern

Newswanger Meats of Shiloh announced a voluntary recall of approximately 2,190 pounds of fresh, not frozen beef, pork, chicken and sliced deli products.

Watch for scams in wake of Equifax data breach

In the wake of the Equifax data breach, con artists are trying to capitalize on the upsetting situation.

CMH adds 16 new providers

Community Mental Healthcare is accepting new patients after hiring additional providers to meet the growing need in the community.

Library to host swanky event at local eatery

The Great Gatsby Affair will be at Bread Head Bistro in downtown Dover to help raise money for the Dover Public Library Time to Check Out Your Future capital campaign.

Film festival offers guests a unique experience

The inaugural Tuscarawas Valley Film Festival will screen independent movies on Thursday evenings for four consecutive weeks at the Quaker Cinema.

BBB to host shred and E-cycle event

The Better Business Bureau will host a free community event for shredding and E-cycling.

First Care moves to Dover's north end

First Care, which has been located in the Oxford Center at Dover for many years, will be open at the Oxford location through Friday and then will open at 8 a.m. in its new location at 110 Dublin Drive in Dover.

Ohio grape and wine industry contributes $1.3 billion to state's economy

The Ohio Grape Industries Committee released its 2016 Economic Impact Report, which finds Ohio's grape and wine industry has a significant impact of $1.3 billion on the state's economy and provides 8,067 full-time jobs.

David Warther Carvings to participate in Museum Day Live!

David Warther Carvings will open its doors free of charge as part of Smithsonian magazine's 13th annual Museum Day Live! initiative.

Nurse practitioner to serve individuals with psychiatry needs

Personal and Family Counseling Services has added Ketura L. Jackson, a certified nurse practitioner, to serve individuals with psychiatry needs.

Conservation initiative raises awareness about bird window strikes

Hundreds of millions of birds in the United States die each year as a result of window strikes. The Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative is working to raise awareness of this problem to help birds make it safely to their destinations during migrations.

Food bank event crowns new People's Choice chef and scores donations for hunger relief

The Akron Canton Regional Food Bank marked a major milestone in hosting the 10th annual Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

Millersburg to host Antiques in the Alley

Antiques in the Alley is an outdoor antique show located throughout Historic Downtown Millersburg, where people can shop for antiques, furniture, collectibles, new and old yard and garden accents, glassware, flowers and plants, kitchen items, and just about everything in between.

Sidewalk sale highlights downtown businesses

The New Philadelphia Business and Community Association announced that the 63rd annual downtown New Philadelphia Sidewalk Sales are approaching.

NAM awards Gibbs for supporting manufacturing

The National Association of Manufacturers and Ike Tripp of Etna Products presented Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-OH-07, the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence at an event hosted in the congressman's office on Capitol Hill during the NAM's Manufacturing Summit.

Food Truck Fridays returns to New Towne Mall

New Towne Mall will hold its second Food Truck Friday event on July 14, offering locals the opportunity to come together and enjoy a variety of food options all in one place.

Silverthorn joins TuscBDD

The Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities announced the hiring of Kerri Silverthorn of New Philadelphia to fill the position of community relations/special projects coordinator as transitional superintendent Nate Kamban will step into his new role as superintendent on July 1.

Apple Creek couple starts aquaponic business

Apple Creek couple Lori Klintworth and her partner Mark Zody started growing produce in their greenhouse using aquaponics. They started a business to help others in this method called Local Sprouts Aquaponics.

From New Mexico back to Ohio: The dream of a healing center

Shelly M. Stephens is a licensed massage therapist at Wind & Waves Massage Therapy Studio with the goal of opening a healing center in the future.

Bihler and SUPERB unite to deliver more value to global customers

Bihler of America Inc. of Phillipsburg, New Jersey, and SUPERB Industries Inc. of Sugarcreek have announced the formation of a strategic alliance between the two companies.

Solid Rock makes Fashion Week a local event

Solid Rock Photos is observing its third annual SRP Fashion Week and will host its SRP Fashion Rocks! fashion show at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas.

Homegrown magician returns for show in Millersburg

Area residents will have the opportunity to see Ed Ellis perform at the Millersburg Brewing Company. Ellis is based in Ohio and available for any kind of performance from large venues to holiday parties.



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