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The College of Wooster and the Wooster Hope Center will work together in order to provide Cornerstone Elementary teachers with most needed school supplies. The Supplies for Teachers Program will kick off in 2015 and will need the support of the community.

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Foster and adoptive parent are constantly needed for the many children in Ohio who need a safe, caring home.

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After a lifetime of working with sheet metal, Fred Wetshtein shares his skills with visitors to Smithville's Pioneer Village, where he spends one day each week as a tinsmith. Wetshtein, 87, has no plans to retire.

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Tami Mosser explains why a charred turkey isn't the end of Thanksgiving.

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Decorated and themed Christmas trees are donated to the Red Cross year after year, often by the same donors. The nonprofit's Festival of Trees fundraiser reaches its climax with the auction Dec. 2.

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Rotary clubs collect electronics for recycling project to benefit CAMO

Recyclcable electronics collected by area Rotary clubs will be used to raise funds for Central American Medical Outreach.

Wooster Hope Center, College of Wooster to stock Cornerstone with school supplies

The College of Wooster and the Wooster Hope Center will work together in order to provide Cornerstone Elementary teachers with most needed school supplies. The Supplies for Teachers Program will kick off in 2015 and will need the support of the community.

After successful Thanksgiving feast, Wooster YMCA ready to take on its annual Turkey Trot

The Wooster YMCA offers a series of holiday events. With a successful Thanksgiving meal behind it, the Y looks forward to the Turkey Trot run on Thanksgiving morning.

Christian Children’s Home in need of families willing to foster, adopt

Foster and adoptive parent are constantly needed for the many children in Ohio who need a safe, caring home.

The Tin Man: At 87, Wetshtein at home in Smithville’s Pioneer Village

After a lifetime of working with sheet metal, Fred Wetshtein shares his skills with visitors to Smithville's Pioneer Village, where he spends one day each week as a tinsmith. Wetshtein, 87, has no plans to retire.

Be thankful for the imperfections, or how my turkey once caught fire

Tami Mosser explains why a charred turkey isn't the end of Thanksgiving.

Wooster Oilers Player Profile – Steven Schmitt

Wooster Oilers goalie Steven Schmitt is our first player profile of many as we spotlight the local stars twice a week.

Locals return year after year to donate and purchase trees and more to benefit Red Cross

Decorated and themed Christmas trees are donated to the Red Cross year after year, often by the same donors. The nonprofit's Festival of Trees fundraiser reaches its climax with the auction Dec. 2.

Be thankful for the imperfections, or how my turkey once caught fire

Tami explains why a charred turkey isn't the end of Thanksgiving.

Make memories this year when you cut your own tree

A winter hike to pick your own tree might include more than you imagined.



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