Monday, November 30, 2015

Cooking class teaches participants new ways to do their bodies a favor.

n this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell tries to use both sides of her brain to make sense out of farm income numbers and unemployment figures.

The third annual tour will feature 20 stops in Geauga, Portage and Trumbull counties.

Although some farmers rely on all-terrain vehicles, they can be dangerous if precautions aren't taken seriously.

Farmer Jerry Berg's office serves triple-duty as a tax office, farm business and shrine to family accomplishments.

The Medina County Historical Society's first open house of the year will be March 2 at the John Smart House.

Warren-Trumbull County Public Library will continue to offer free blood pressure screening on a regular basis at library locations around the county.

Lake Metroparks will offer more than 70 day camps this summer, including music, art, farming, nature, outdoor skills, fishing, in-line skating and science.

Nearly 90 percent of pets living in homes where domestic abuse is taking place are either abused or killed.

Federally licensed grain elevators will continue to operate under current U.S. Warehouse Act provisions.