The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers to remain on high alert and protect themselves against the ever-evolving array of deceitful tactics scammers use to trick people.
The southeastern portion of Ohio appears to be where oil well drillers are concentrating according to the latest numbers issued by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Geauga County 4-Hers took a field trip exploring many different agricultural relevant locations.
Mark Fenton, a nationally recognized advocate for active transportation and former host of America’s Walking, will deliver the keynote address at the fifth annual Ohio Land Bank Conference, Sept. 21-23.
The Century House, which has been an independent living facility for the elderly since 1888, will close by the end of 2015.
A stretch of Yellow Creek containing a massive granite boulder called Standing Rock as well as one of the few remaining populations of Eastern Hellbenders in Ohio has been permanently preserved.
The Tuscarawas Valley Farmers Market and the Ohio Small Business Development Center at KSU-Tusc are encouraging those interested in starting/expanding a food-based business to take a survey.
Nearly all farm expenditure items increased, compared to the previous year.
Thanks to a new moon, this week’s Perseid meteor shower is expected to be one of the best in years this August.
Pest management program helps manage issues with pests.