College of Wooster Nursery School students are ‘growing up wild’, thanks to ODNR program, grant
The College of Wooster Nursery School students are getting up close with nature, building habitats and doing their part to help the monarch butterfly population.
The city law director: roles and responsibilities
The city law director's primary client is the city as an entity, yet he or she also works with city employees and prepares contracts and municipal legislation.
Why bag or burn when mulching your leaves does some real good?
It's fall and that means leaves, lovely colorful leaves. Mulching them and leaving them where they fall is a great alternative to bagging or burning.
Lecture to address ‘Future of Whiteness’
A philosophy professor at Hunter College will deliver the Lindner Lecture in Ethics Wednesday, Oct. 29 at The College of Wooster.
‘Faulty Predictions’ author to give reading at college
Fiction writer Karen Lin-Greenberg will read excerpts from her book, "Faulty Predictions", Oct. 30 at The College of Wooster.
Mrs. Lincoln’s Election Day cake is a perfect dessert for Election Day
This week columnist Scott Daniels shares an Election Day cake recipe that come from Mary Todd Lincoln.
Cantate Singers to offer ‘A Season of Thanks’ at St. Mary’s
The Cantate Singers will perform an eclectic concert of music centered of the theme of thanks when the group performs Nov. 16 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Wooster.
What lies beneath: With space at a premium, Wayne County Historical Society goes underground for storage
You may not be able to see it, but the Wayne County Historical Society is hard at work curating and keeping safe many irreplaceable items. Each collection is housed in an underground vault.
New ‘Haunted Wayne County’ will both frighten and amuse theatergoers
There's a new "Haunted Wayne County" coming to a stage near you. The next Wayne County Performing Arts Council production opens Friday, Oct. 24.