Land in Washington County, Pa., Canton Township, which had been zoned 65 percent agricultural and 35 percent residential, is now 15 percent agricultural and 85 percent residential.
Unless demand is greater than currently projected, there may not be much further upside left in the corn market until spring.
U.S. wool producers are seeing possibly the lowest prices since 1971, at 34 to 38 cents a pound on a grease basis.
The Wellsville Historical Society will hold its annual Christmas open house during the next four weekends.
Historic homes highlight annual holiday home tour sponsored by the North Canton Heritage Society.
An eclectic mix of objects brought many interested buyers to Pittsburgh for Dargate Auction Galleries’ three-day sale in October.
Researchers at Michigan State University have found a way to prevent apple scald without chemicals when storing apples.
The Library of Congress has added its collection of Depression-era posters to its online archive.
The close election underscores the need for a bipartisan approach to legislation in Congress.
Is there a single design plan you should follow when building a house for your horse? No.
Grants can help Pa. milk producers improve their bottom line with a better business plan.
The White House is honored in its bicentennial year as the official residence of the president on a new U.S. postage stamp.
An Ashtabula County man will lead the Ohio State Grange in the coming year.
There are a lot of things that leave Editor Susan Crowell shaking her head this week.
A collection of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, ivorytypes, opaltypes, cyanotypes, daguerreotype cases and other historical photos is on display at Penn State University.
The Harold Sanor family of North Georgetown received this year’s Goodyear Conservation Farmer of the Year award from the Columbiana Soil and Water Conservation District.
A bee hive project has gotten some students interested in ag science that teacher Dean Frank had never even seen before.
Four producers outlined their operations during a panel discussion at the northeast regional meeting of the Professional Dairy Heifers Growers Association in Akron last week.
More than 160 potential and current replacement heifer growers attended last week’s northeast regional conference.
One Ohio Jersey milk producer found greener fields for his heifer raising management plan.