Students at United Local Junior High in Columbiana County are continuing a project of gathering supplies and toys for orphans in Belarus and Russia.
Student loan interest rates have dropped up to 2.2 percentage points – reaching historic lows and offering lower payments to millions of borrowers.
Witmer’s Feed and Grain will rebuild the Garfield grain mill lost to fire in June.
An Antique Roadshow and Fun Fair will be staged July 15 at the Werner Inn in East Canton, Ohio, from 1-5 p.m.
Is he a ‘grab and go’ kind of shopper? Guys aren’t as inept at shopping as women think, but it is a skill that seems to have evolved more strongly in females.
The Pappabello Summer Antiques Show and Sale, previously held at the I-X Center in Cleveland, will come to John S. Knight Center, 77 E. Mill St., Akron July 13-15.
Historian Wendell Lauth will give a slide presentation on the Packards, exploring the family’s contributions to the business, industrial and cultural life of the Warren, Ohio, area.
The American Solar Challenge will wind along historic Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Roy and Jodi McCullough of Salem, Ohio, are the first landowners in northeast Ohio to donate an agricultural easement to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
An ongoing project called “The Children of Chernobyl” brings youth from the former Soviet Union to visit the United States each summer.
Cropland has traditionally been used as the best place to dispose of manure. But the use of forage cropland may allow more versatility in providing a larger window of opportunity for manure application.
The Henry and June Weldon collection of English pottery, widely regarded as the finest collection of its kind in the world, has been donated to Colonial Williamsburg.
The 10th annual Frontier Herb Fest – the nation’s largest annual herb conference – will be Aug. 17-19 at Boulder, Colo.
A Penn State expert on cyberlaw and privacy issues cautions Congress to move slowly with the bills currently under review o reduce the growing number of spam- or junk-e-mail.
Ohio State University animal health specialists stress the importance of maintaining biosecurity measures that not only keep foot-and-mouth in check, but also help control other animal ailments.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 25 that the mushroom checkoff is unconstitutional, saying it violates free-speech rights under the First Amendment.
Researchers at the University of Georgia have developed a technique which may dramatically improve the success rate of cattle cloning.
With 160 million tons of it produced annually in the United States, and most of it rich in carbohydrates and proteins, it has potential for becoming high value products.
The potential of biotechnology and genetically altered plants must be weighed against the risks of using it.
A musical stage play billed as “pure entertainment with a rock and roll beat,” Zombie Prom opened June 29 at the Ashtabula Arts Center’s Straw Hat Theatre. The show be performed again July 5-8 and 12-14.