Ever wonder if your parents paid off your date? I did
Columnist Tami Lange Mosser thinks her parents paid off her homecoming date. Did they?
Wooster/ Orrville NAACP names MLK Jr. essay contest winners
Martin Luther King Jr. Day essay contest winners share their essays.
WHS Speech and Debate finishes tournament season strong
Wooster High School Speech and Debate Team shares its results for the end of the regular season tournament schedule.
Duke is quite the hound
Duke is a hound dog in search of a place where he can just be himself.
RNC political director will speak at Wayne Lincoln Day dinner
Republican National Committee political director Chris McNulty will be the featured speaker at the Wayne County Republican Party's Lincoln Day dinner on Feb. 12.
Alpacas and Christmas trees bring lots of visitors to Skylar Brook Farm
Alpacas are fairly low-maintenance animals that produce a fiber similar to cashmere. Besides, they're adorable.
Maple water offers some nutrients that don’t come out of the tap
Maple water is the newest health drink sweeping through stores. Aden Yoder, director of operations of Green Field Farms, is producing it locally. The maple tree filtered water is supposed to promote strong and healthy tissues, and protect against disease.
Winter Garden: Proper planning, planting can extend growing season
Just because we're shoveling snow doesn't mean the growing season is over.
Getting her goat: Soaps and lotions made with milk from local herd
The hardest part about raising goats, Deb Gray says, is letting them go.
2015 WAGE exhibit celebrates ‘The Dance’
Members of the Wayne Artists Group Effort are featured in an exhibit at the Wayne Center for the Arts, titled "The Dance".