Saturday, November 28, 2015

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.

The 13th annual Western Reserve Toy Show will be March 2 at Western Reserve Elementary School in Collins, Ohio.

John Deere tractor made the list of 100 top toys produced in the 20th century.

Westminster College will offer several personal enrichment and leisure courses for community residents.

Joe Ramsey is an independent man - self-described as unconventional - and his livelihood is hitched to the back of his green Ford pickup.

Pigs involved in bioengineering studies at the University of Illinois may have entered the food chain.

The Ohio Valley Giant Pumpkin Growers will hold their giant pumpkin growing seminar Feb. 26.

An exhibit in Dayton examines glass and pottery manufacturing and development in Ohio.