Get the details on the causes of equine abortion at a special meeting in Geauga County June 11.
The Wellsville Historical Society will open its museum for Sunday tours through Aug. 26.
Pennsylvania Game Commission researchers have uncovered new information about a longstanding endangered species of bat.
Sen. James Jeffords’ decision to leave the Republican Party has one profound implication for agriculture.
Actors shared the spotlight with veterans during the premiere of the movie, Pearl Harbor.
Carnegie Museum of Art presents Portrait/Self Portrait: Prints and Drawings from the Museum’s Collections – five centuries of important works on paper.
A child’s place in the family birth order may play a role in the type of occupations that will interest him or her as an adult.
Even if things are tough on the farm, you cannot afford to be without health insurance.
Study found only localized subsidence-related stresses in woodlands in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Wild black cherry trees and Eastern tent caterpillars are to blame for many of the devastating foal losses in central Kentucky.
A team from North East High School in Erie County won the 18th annual Pennsylvania State Envirothon.
The Ohio Light Opera Company returns to the College of Wooster with four first-time productions and three traditional favorites.
On May 14, AMS discovered a technical error in the computer program for the livestock mandatory price reporting system. Livestock markets were shocked by revelations that the errors had understated prices of boxed beef since the beginning of April.
A Medina County community is the latest in a growing number of municipalities to wrestle with protecting its natural resources through zoned riparian setbacks.
Funds to defray costs of organic certification are available to producers in 15 states.
While it’s hard to completely avoid being pestered by mosquitos, there are some things you can do to slap them down.
The beads, colored hair, and piercing are this generation’s way to be unique. Every generation has something, and every generation of adults is shocked by it. It is part of life.
A new Bt corn plant-incorporated protectant has been conditionally registered for use until Sept. 30, 2001.