Spring is much more than warmer weather
Columnist Herb Broda discusses ways to enjoy spring with all of one's senses.
Citizen's Police Academy looks at ALICE, Tasers and policing equipment
The Citizen's Police Academy held its next session, focusing on explaining and demonstrating ALICE training along with a presentation on police equipment and a close-up look at Tasers.
Ziggy is the WCDS Dog of the Week
Ziggy is a 4-year-old male Rat Terrier mix who will bring a lot of entertainment to a home. He does well with dogs and cats, but shelter staff recommend older children due to his activity level.
Bradford pear tree poses an ecological threat in Ohio
For such a pretty flowering tree, the Bradford pear poses a huge ecological threat to the Ohio landscape.
Living History Day focuses on the Civil War
Wayne County Civil War Roundtable is collaborating with the Wayne County libraries for the fifth annual Civil War Living History Day.
Behind Bars and Beyond honored with Michael Berken Peace & Justice Award
Behind Bars and Beyond is a volunteer-based group dedicated to advocating for issues related to the criminal justice system. Catholic Commission of Wayne, Ashland and Medina honored Behind Bars and Beyond by naming them winners of the 2017 Michael Berken Peace & Justice Award.
Proposed levy will provide funding for schools
Voters within the Wooster City School District will decide on a 1.75 mil permanent improvement levy for the purpose of providing funds for a five-year plan for repair and renovation of the district’s six properties.
GoBus provides Ohio's only rural/intercity bus service
There is a bus service from Wooster and Shreve to Columbus each day. Wayne County Transportation Coalition will provide the opportunity to learn more about that service and gather public feedback about starting another route between Wooster and Cleveland.
Consider adopting a new eco-consciousness
Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her view on nature and the human race.