Staff eliminations at University of Akron include cuts at Wayne College.
Cost-cutting measures at the University of Akron include positions eliminated at Wayne College; Holmes campus remains intact.
Holland joins Consumers National Bank in Wooster
John A. Holland III has joined the Minerva-based Consumers National Bank as vice president and business development officer in Wooster.
Sonnenberg Homecoming will offer a glimpse into a quieter, more peaceful way of life
Visitors to the Aug. 8 homecoming at Sonnenberg Village can tour completed buildings, listen to bluegrass music, enjoy great food, homemade ice cream and old-time baseball.
Local Roots will host ‘Mind, Body, and Soul’ workshops
Local Roots will offer a series of "Mind, Body and sould classes next month. They include Know your Chakras, know better health; Attitude of Gratitude; and Improve your mood with Mudras.
A reflection on all the paths not taken ... cue the music
It is interesting to look back on decisions made when you're young that come back to haunt you at 50.
‘Yeomen of the Guard’ brings OLO audience to its feet, and quickly
The full house at Freedlander Theatre was on its feet before the cast of the Ohio Light Opera's "Yeomen of the Guard" had even completed its bow. Find out why.
Finding his voice: Bechtel doesn’t let tough start hold him back
Born with fetal alcohol syndrome, Josh Bechtel of Wooster came to find writing was a vehicle for self-expression.
What’s in a name? Just ask a child who got named Bowie
Bryan Schaaf considers the ritual of naming a child and how that name, no matter how unusual, always seems to be the right fit.
Slice and Iris would like to stay together
Slice and Iris are currently available for adoption at the Wayne County Humane Society.
The peppers are pathetic but we finally found a really awesome weed trimmer
Columnist Kyle Valentini shares her thoughts on poor peppers, mosquitoes, invasive weed trees and her new weed trimmer.