Kent State University senior Patrick Ayers completed his honors thesis, “Ohio Tornado Climatology from 1951-2000,” on April 26. Two days later, a tornado blew down the trees in his front yard in Jackson Township.
Six new soybean varieties, available for seed production this spring, may offer improved field characteristics and increased nutritional benefits over current market varieties.
The 15th annual Spring Pause convention of the Badger Chapter of the Coca-Cola Collectors Club will be May 16-18.
The Zelienople Historical Society will open its two house museums, the Passavant House, and the Buhl House, for tours two days a week.
If your reliable steed is about to be retired in favor of a newer model, there’s a way for you to use it to help out the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.
The 18th annual Greenfield Village Antiques Show and Sale will be May 18-19 at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan.
An Ohio egg producer may finally have his operation permits taken away after nine warnings by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
One of the world’s most mysterious insects is about to invade the skies over Ohio, western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Judge claims defendants’ use of their property was “an absolute nuisance.”
Ohio’s lone representative on the conference committee says the farm bill isn’t a “safety net,” but a “trap.”