Eliza loves children and playing outside
Eliza is a 6-year-old border collie mix currently available for adoption at the Wayne County Humane Society.
Varner selected for American Songbook Academy
The Great American Songbook Foundation has selected 40 students from across the country to participate in the 2015 Songbook Academy. One of the students selected has ties to Wayne County.
Frogs and toads are a sign of a healthy, balanced garden
From literature to our backyards, frogs and toads are appealing amphibians.
Kingsway expanding enrollment opportunities through Income-Based, Peterson Special Needs scholarship programs
Kingsway Christian School is affiliating itself with scholarship programs that make private school more affordable for families who qualify.
Local couple finds that performing Shakespeare outdoors makes for some interesting experiences
For Henry Bishop and Karen Wood, performing outdoors with the Ohio Shakespeare Festival means being prepared for anything.
Grimm connects the dots on transcontinental journey he started 30 years ago
Phil Grimm's perseverance and positive attitude allowed him to complete the final leg of a transcontinental bike journey that started 33 years ago.
Field of Dreams participants know that success is much more than just numbers on the scoreboard
Special Olympians have been matched with members of the local business community to play in the Field of Dreams game on July 11.
Wayne Holmes derby crowns regional winners
Of the four winners crowned at the 61st annual Wayne Holmes Soap Box Derby, two were first year racers. The selection of winners proves that anything is possible.
OARDC project is researching ways to make dandelions into ‘Buckeye Gold’
Rubber produced from a special type of dandelion plant may be moving toward commercial production.
The selfie is the defining product of our look-at-me society
For the love of hamburgers, columnist Bryan Schaaf says, stop taking selfies.