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Chef Tony Biggs's cooking experience ranged from Jordanian state events in the desert to reality television before he came to Wooster.

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There is no shortage of garage and yard sales this season, but for the Lincoln Highway "Buy-Way" Sales, its more than just a sale. Pickers can find anything they are looking for and learn about the first coast-to-coast road in America.

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Dayna Sear, the recently appointed director of the Wayne Center for the Arts, unites artistic strength with business savvy in her new position.

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The ATI gardens are primarily for education, but August 1 and 2 they will be open for entertainment. This year's gardens are themed around familiar children's stories. Can you name each tale represented?

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Wayne County Common Pleas Judge Corey Spitler continued a competency hearing for murder suspect Rodney Stutzman after new evidence was introduced on the day of the hearing.

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The jury is still out on how fried green tomatoes made it into the local kitchen

No one is exactly sure where fried green tomatoes got their start. Whether they're from the hot, humid South or they originated in the Jewish immigrants' culinary arsenal, they are a wonderful way to use early tomatoes or the late ones that won't get a chance to ripen before the first frost.

Sweet are these summer days, full of sunshine, picnics, family and laughter

All seasons have something special about them, but summer is by far the sweetest for so many reasons.

Mike Dewey comes to the defense of Richard Nixon

Sure, he had his flaws, but was Richard Nixon really that bad, especially when compared to his successors?

Getting, modifying and replacing Social Security cards: What you should know

Q: How do I get a Social Security number for the new baby we're expecting?

A: When you apply for your baby's birth certificate, you can apply for a Social Security number at the same time. If you have the baby in a hospital, you can complete both applications before you leave...

Tiny Black Rails provide proof of the first successful nesting in Ohio

Columnist Bruce Glick summarizes happenings in the local birding world. This week Bruce reports on the first ever successful nesting of Black Rails in Ohio, right here in our home area. Read more in the "Gone Birding" column.

Cell phone options abound for the senior set

Dear Savvy Senior,

What are the cheapest cell phone options available today to seniors living on a shoestring budget? I only need it for occasional calls.

Seldom Calling Senior

Dear Seldom,

For financially challenged seniors who only want a...

Food fit for a king: Tony Biggs leaves a royal family for Certified Angus Beef gig

Chef Tony Biggs's cooking experience ranged from Jordanian state events in the desert to reality television before he came to Wooster.

Highways and Buy-Ways and the spirit of yard sales

There is no shortage of garage and yard sales this season, but for the Lincoln Highway "Buy-Way" Sales, its more than just a sale. Pickers can find anything they are looking for and learn about the first coast-to-coast road in America.

Taking the sting out of higher education costs

Since coming to Washington, I have fought for policies that will help hardworking Ohio families keep more of their paychecks and make it easier for the next generation of Americans to succeed. We all know that a higher education opens the door to well-paying jobs and expanded opportunity, however,...

Nothing wrong with looking ‘normal’ in a film

Tami Lange Mosser visits a classic cinema and notices one way things have changed in the movies.



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