St. Stephen Martyr Lutheran Church will host a garage sale/flea market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot at 4600 Fulton Drive NW,
Getting out on the trails can be a daunting task for those who are unfamiliar with them, but with 80 miles of trail, including 25 miles of the Towpath Trail, in Stark County, there are plenty of good places to ride, according to Stark Parks public relations director Connie Rubin.
Living Bread Radio AM 1060 WILB has added a new program, “Faith With Father,” featuring several local priests.
William A. Blomstran, 51, of 8691 Ontario St. NW, later admitted to consuming 10 beers before shooting the gun, according to jail records.
Most people locally have not felt many effects of the federal sequester budget cuts. But some local residents, many of them seniors with low incomes, have felt the brunt of the cuts, losing adult day center services, home visits and counseling.
Andrew Codispoti, winemaker at Gervasi Vineyard in Canton, said that pairing foods with wine should be fun and far from intimidating. Nobody should be afraid to try different wines with different foods.
Gervasi Vineyard joined other wineries, hotels and restaurants throughout North America to participate in the first Wine Tourism Day on May 11.
Mitchell F. Wendt has earned the Boy Scouts’ highest advancement award.
Crowding problems at Kent State University’s Stark campus will be alleviated by the construction of a $17 million sciences building. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday, fundraising is underway and construction will begin in the fall.
Gervasi Vineyard, a Plain Township-based winery is eyeing Green's Belden Lodge and its 8.71 acres of property for expansion.
Last week’s announcement that long-time Mount Union football coach Larry Kehres was retiring after 27 seasons, 332 wins, 23 Ohio Athletic Conference championships and 11 Division III national titles had an impact well beyond Alliance.
Anthony Butch, who also teaches in the district, has been selected as the new Jackson High School girls head basketball coach and must be approved at the May 21 school board meeting.
At a special meeting held this morning, trustees voted to restore park hours. Effective immediately, the lights at North Park will be on at appropriate times to allow residents to enjoy the ammenities from dawn to 10 p.m. daily. The township’s yard waste site will be open dawn to dusk daily.
When eight years is all you get, every second is etched with memories.
Even with all of those seconds and all those days filled with laughter and hugs, eight years just isn’t enough.
It’s not enough time to make the kind of memories your heart aches to remember. It’s not enough time to say all the things you want to say or give the number of hugs a mom deserves.
Several area high schools have been ranked highly in Newsweek’s “America’s Best High Schools” list for 2013.
With final election results still not announced late Tuesday night, the pro-Jackson Township parks levy vote was up by more than 600 votes.
Six area fire departments gathered over the weekend to participate in an increasingly rare training exercise – a live burn of a house.
The Jackson Lions Club recognized Arbor Day this year by donating 403 seedling spruce trees to all fourth-graders at Jackson Local Schools. This is the second year the Jackson Lions delivered the trees to students in the district.