April is National Safe Digging Month and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) reminds Ohioans of the importance of digging in a safe, responsible way by calling 8-1-1 before you dig.
The 2017 Identity Fraud Study,released by Javelin Strategy & Research, revealed thenumber of identity victims increased from 13.1 million victims in 2015 to 15.4 million in 2016. This is a record high since JS&R began tracking identity fraud in 2003.
(NAPSI) -- One of the most frightening scenarios for families caring for seniors living with Alzheimer's is a loved one wandering or getting lost. It can understandably cause immediate panic and concern and, unfortunately, happens all too often.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture announced it will begin accepting entries for the 2017 "Agriculture is Cool!" Creative Expression Contest.
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Osnaburg Township has launched its online checkbook on OhioCheckbook.com in response to an invitation from Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel. Mandel launched OhioCheckbook.com in December 2014 to display state expense sheets.
MINERAL CITY -- The Atwood Lake Park manager says "the views will be phenomenal" from a new camping area that is under construction at the park. "The views these people will get will be really neat," said Aaron Stump, who manages the park for the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District.
By Jon Baker Gatehouse Ohio Media
Waynesburg Village Council is ready to take the next step to adopt revised zoning regulations in the village. Solicitor John Anthony recently told council that after a recent work session to review the proposed regulations, he has reviewed them.
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The Osnaburg Historical Society will hold its "Spring Fling" fund-raiser from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 30, at Varian Orchards. The event will feature desserts, raffle baskets and live musical entertainment by a gospel group and a barbershop group.
Steven Derek Barnhart and Cara Beth Toms exchanged wedding vows on Nov. 19, 2016 at Southgate Baptist Church in Springfield. Pastor Bobby Hile officiated; music was provided by pianist Sam DeLoye and violinist Megan McNichol.
Spring is finally here and it is time to spruce up your flower beds. The Sandy Valley Drama Club could help you with all your flower needs. The club is having a fundraiser to support buying costumes for the musical “Shrek”.
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(NAPS) - When your vehicle's brakes wear out, they probably "chirp" or grind. When your tires become worn, you can see the loss of tread depth. Failed headlamp? Worn wiper blades? The evidence is right in front of you.
(NAPS) -- More than 725,000 vehicles driven on U.S. roads every day may be dangerous, according to new research from Carfax. These vehicles were damaged so severely in an accident, by fire or flood that DMVs across the country require permanent title marks to warn people about the damage.
Shopping for a new car can be an exciting and sometimes stressful process. A vehicle is one of the largest purchases a person will make in his or her lifetime, so choosing an automobile requires careful research and some comparison shopping.
(NAPS) -- Protecting the planet can be a beautiful thing, especially when it comes to driving a new kind of hybrid car.
(StatePoint) -- While make and model are still dominant factors on car lots, today's consumers have a new set of priorities, thanks to increasingly sophisticated in-vehicle technologies being offered in new cars.
When shopping for a new car, savvy buyers know finding the right car involves more than just finding the most comfortable or flashy vehicle. Numerous factors, including resale value, determine what makes a car the right car for a particular buyer.
The American Legion Post 667 of East Canton will hold its monthly pancake breakfast on Saturday, May 13, 7-10:30 a.m. at the Foltz Community Center, rear entrance. All-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage or ham, coffee and orange juice will be served. The cost is $6 for adults, $4.
Local nutrition sites for Meals on Wheels are North Industry Christian Church, 425 45th St., Canton; Indian Run Manor, Waynesburg; Louisville Paradise United Church of Christ, 619 E. Main St. Louisville, OH 44641; and Canton YMCA, 231 Sixth St. For more information, call 330-832-7220.
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The Village of East Canton will hold its spring cleanup event Saturday, April 29. All trash must be bagged, bundled or boxed and set at the curbside by 6 a.m. that day.
Sandy Valley students Isabelle Hysong (left) and Ambriah Phillips (right) had their art work displayed at a gallery show April 7 at the Canton Museum of Art.