Home care when you need it
Visit A.S.A.P. Home Care on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 11 from 1-3:30 p.m., for an open house celebration. Be part of a free blood pressure clinic and enjoy refreshments, raffles and goodies for the kids.
Pick a peck … of apples
It's pick-your-own apple season at Moreland Fruit Farm. In addition to more than eight different apple varieties, the farm market is bursting with fresh, seasonal items.
Marks reaches 50th year of service at Wooster Brush Co.
Alice Marks is being honored for 50 years of employment with the Wooster Brush Co.
Sobeck will present first Faculty at Large lecture of new academic year
Sarah Sobeck, associate professor of chemistry at The College of Wooster, will present "Seeing Red: A Chemist's Examination of the Fading of Carmine" at the first Faculty at Large lecture of the fall semester on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Peaceful thoughts: Retreat to benefit NAMI focuses on the whole being
The community is invited to a retreat to learn mindful practices and to help raise funds for the local branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
In Raeder’s hands, no such thing as just a piece of wood
George Raeder's woodturning is currently on display as part of the Wayne Center for the Arts' annual woodturners exhibition, which runs through Oct. 19 in the Looney Gallery.
Fulfill your obligations or risk being named in a breach of contract lawsuit
There are several reasons one party can file suit against another party and claim breach of contract.
When it comes to politics, the craziness is only just beginning
Mike Dewey gives his thoughts on the line up for the 2016 presidential election. It ain't pretty, folks.
More selection, returning favorites all part of 2015 Woosterfest
Woosterfest is offering more variety in events, music and beverages for its 32nd year.