The Idora Park Museum Committee is preserving the memory of Idora Park, now defunct, in Youngstown, Ohio, through traveling displays.
The Internet has transformed the time-consuming effort of researching genealogy into a speedy search.
The nighttime sky as seen from the Holy Land in the year 6 B.C. will be recreated when the Kent State University Planetarium holds its annual Star of Bethlehem show.
Low technology high tunnels are popping up in Pennsylvania. These single-car garage-size structures are covered with clear plastic sheeting.
Monsanto will take greater strides in establishing biotech credibility, vows company CEO Hendrik A. Verfaillie.
Here’s the perfect gift for that antique tractor lover on your list.
A feasibility study commissioned by the Ohio Corn Marketing Program concludes that Ohio should be producing ethanol.
The expansion of individual dairy operations has made biosecurity a top priority of many producers.
An ag computer seminar will be offered at two locations this month in western Pennsylvania.
Farm and Dairy is updating its listings for the eighth edition of the Agri-Book, the only comprehensive directory of Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and national agricultural associations and agencies.
The former home of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Louis Bromfield will be host special holiday events this month.
The Mount Pleasant Historical Society will hold its annual Christmas Walk, Dec. 2-3.
Surprise! An Internet gift site that doesn’t sell gifts!
Hold the carbon credit trading schemes. Now shoving its way into the climate change limelight is nitrogen trading, says Farm and Dairy Editor Susan Crowell.
Antiques appraiser Jeffrey E. Whiteside will hold an appraisal at the Country Peddler Show in Sturbridge, Mass.
After five tries, the Ohio measure to take firm control over large animal facilities is now on its way to Gov. Bob Taft.
Pa. Farm Bureau members are seeking an Agricultural Fair Practices Act for farmers who operate under contract. Similar efforts are under way in several Midwestern states.
Anthony Stachowski of Mantua, in northeastern Ohio, was one of the first people to own alpacas in the United States.
They maintained it, but the Republican edge in both Senate and House is wafer thin.
Don’t deck your halls with oriental bittersweet this holiday season. It’s a vine that is actually a not-so-nice, non-native, invasive plant that is forcing out and replacing native plants in a large part of the United States.