The Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library and the Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society offer a geneology workshop series focusing on discovering family history.
Roberts, renowned horse gentler and author of The Man Who Listens to Horses, will be in Canton, Ohio, April 21, to demonstrate his nonviolent methods.
A third edition of A Price Guide to Antique Tools has been expanded to factor in prices realized from tool sales on the Internet.
An exhibition of paintings drawn from the collections of the Walters Art Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art providing a comprehensive survey of painting in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries, opens at the Dayton Art Institute April 7.
House Agriculture Committee members have recommended that the House Budget Committee permanently increase the budget allocation for agriculture.
The new drink, e-Moo, developed by Cornell University food scientists could put the fizz back into a flat fluid milk market.
Corn growers who pass up genetically modified hybrids to plant conventional varieties this spring may be better off in the long run.
The Frame in America: 1860-1960, an exhibition featuring more than 100 American frames, will be on view April 6 through May 20 at the Columbus Museum of Art.
Movies do not give a very realistic picture of how science is done or why says an assistant professor of biology at James Madison University who teaches a general science course, “Biology in the Movies.”
Separation is a part of growing up. Camp can be an opportunity to give a child independence in safe, structured surroundings with caring adults.
Ashtabula County Dairy Banquet recognized local dairy farmers for their outstanding milk production achievements.
The 155th Medina County Fair will be held at the same location it’s been held since about 1920, even after the E. coli outbreak at last year’s fair.
Ohio State University President William E. Kirwan proposes a new education paradigm that views public education as one seamless system that begins with pre-school and continues through graduate school.
The second annual Olde Tyme Horse Trader’s Fair will be held April 28 at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
A local pork producer take the opportunity to share a few facts about the recent settlement agreement reached between the USDA and the National Pork Producers Council.
A reader stresses that agriculture is no longer a profession of farmers. It is a government institution fraught with bureaucrats, lobbyists and all the mud and muck of politics.
Easter Bonnets on Parade will be an added attraction at the Hoover Historical Center during April, May and June.
An Ashtabula County barn was seized by officials when diary heifers found knee deep in manure and walking on animal corpses. The cleanup has been completed.
While procrastinating may cost many taxpayers who receive refunds, even many of those who owe tax upon filing fail to act “penny-wise” by doing just the opposite – not procrastinating.
Featured historical specialists to focus on textiles and local history.