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The Wayne Association for the Education of Young Children is bringing together nonprofit and for profit organizations for the 25th annual Week of the Young Child celebration. The purpose of the event is to bring in families and show them activities that can enhance learning.

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Mayor Bob Breneman has convened a committee to explore the creation of more bike paths throughout the city as well as linking existing paths.The group also is looking at ways for cyclists to leave Wooster and connect to other paths, like the Holmes County Trail, the County Line Trail in Sterling/ Creston and the...

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You can see Fido or other animals up for adoption at the Wayne County Humane Society Shelter in Wooster.

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Wooster Hope Center's free community dinners in Fredricksburg bring people, with or without food needs, together.

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Ohio Light Opera's 2015 repertoire consists of four musicals and three operettas, featuring such icons as Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Kurt Weill as well as Lerner & Loewe and Gilbert & Sullivan.

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A faux strawberry is no strawberry

Columnist Kyle Valentini wonders: How can parents keep their children interested in healthy food with all the sugary temptations out there?

Organizations gather to show families it’s never too early to learn through play

The Wayne Association for the Education of Young Children is bringing together nonprofit and for profit organizations for the 25th annual Week of the Young Child celebration. The purpose of the event is to bring in families and show them activities that can enhance learning.

UA Wayne to host College Credit Plus information night

The University of Akron Wayne College will hold College Credit Plus information night March 9 for students entering grades 7-12 and their parents to learn how to earn college and high school credits at the same time.

No car needed: city looking at ways to create, link paths for the two-wheel crowd

Mayor Bob Breneman has convened a committee to explore the creation of more bike paths throughout the city as well as linking existing paths.The group also is looking at ways for cyclists to leave Wooster and connect to other paths, like the Holmes County Trail, the County Line Trail in Sterling/...

Wooster Chorus is ‘Going Home’ for group’s 51st annual spring tour

The highly acclaimed Wooster Chorus, an ensemble of 64 student musicians from The College of Wooster, will perform at First Presbyterian Church, 621 College Ave., on Friday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. This will be the opening concert of the group¿s 51st annual spring tour.

There are no strawberries in it?

Columnist Kyle Valentini wonders: How can parents keep their children interested in healthy food with all the sugary temptations out there?

Classic name for a classic dog

You can see Fido or other animals up for adoption at the Wayne County Humane Society Shelter in Wooster.

Hope Center expanding meal program to Fredericksburg

Wooster Hope Center's free community dinners in Fredricksburg bring people, with or without food needs, together.

Friends Winter Book Sale coming

Wooster Friends of the Wayne County Public Library is holding a winter book sale on March 6-7 that will benefit several departments in the library.

Harvard anthropolgy professor will discuss field investigations in China

Rowan Flad, professor of anthropology at Harvard University, will be coming to The College of Wooster to discuss his role as a member of a team that conducted intensive field investigations at the site of Qijiaping, the type-site of the Qijia Culture along the Yellow River in north-central China.



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