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TV Schools to Host Town Hall Meetings


A series of town hall meetings are planned to inform Tusky Valley residents about the importance of passing the school district’s 8.9 mills emergency operating levy...

MWCD Board Approves Reduction in Assessment Payments


Some area property owners will see a 50-percent reduction in their assessments paid to the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District beginning in 2015...

October Deadline Set for New Dennison Hotel


The clock is ticking on the possible construction of a new hotel in the village of Dennison...

1 Million Meals to Feed Ohio's Hungry


Ohio is 11th in the nation for high food insecurity, and a big donation this week will help feed those who struggle to put food on the table...

Commissioners State Bridge Position


Tuscarawas County Commissioners have agreed with the Tuscarawas County Prosecutors Office that the bridges in municipalities do not belong to the County....

Parents: Stick With Stuffed or Candy Bunnies and Chicks for Easter


Easter is almost upon us, and while some parents might be tempted to give their kids live bunnies or baby chicks, experts stress that bringing any animal into the home should be a well thought-out decision and not just a holiday whim...

Traffic Pattern to Change on I-77 Southbound Friday


The Ohio Department of Transportation is about to embark on a major road improvement project on I-77....

New Philadelphia Investigates Yet Another Threat at Welty


The New Philadelphia School District is dealing with yet another bomb threat.  The third in just over three weeks....

Little Theatre Presents "Anything Goes"


The Little Theatre will open their musical “Anything Goes” this weekend....

Time and Money Running Out for Ohio Foreclosure Assistance Program


The door will soon close on foreclosure prevention assistance available through the 'Save the Dream Ohio' program...

City Planning to Fix Downtown Paving Problems


New Philadelphia's Service Director says city leaders plan to correct some issues with paving work that was performed in the city's downtown...

Agricultural Society Announces Fair Entertainer


The Tuscarawas County Agricultural Society has announced the fair entertainer for 2014....

Filing Deadline Extended for Municipal Ohio Taxes


An agency that coordinates the filing of municipal taxes around Ohio has extended the deadline to file until Monday after unprecedented demand....

Accident Slows Traffic on I-77


A two vehicle accident slowed traffic on I-77 Wednesday morning...

Twin City Chamber Honors Community Members & Businesses


The Twin City Chamber of Commerce has handed out their awards...

A Taste of Tuscarawas Valley to Benefit Music Students


The Tusky Valley Music Boosters will be sponsoring the 5th Annual “A Taste of Tuscarawas Valley” at the middle school from 6pm to 8 pm on April 26th...

Forget the Drinks During Prom Season


It may be a time of celebration for teens, but law enforcement is reminding them that it is still illegal to drink alcohol....

Libraries Celebrating National Library Week


Libraries around the area will have a lot to offer during National Library Week....

County CVB to Embark on Construction Project


The Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau is finally able to put a $100,000 federal grant to good use...

City Seeking NRG for West Elementary Project


Plans to make improvements to West Elementary in New Philadelphia are moving forward...

Prepare to Read this Summer


As nice weather and summer approaches, parents and students are looking forward to fun and relaxation, but one national organization is reminding us to remember to read....

OSHA Hearing Examines Silica Dust Risks in Fracking


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently wrapped up nearly three weeks of hearings on a proposed rule to limit workers' exposure to silica dust....

Fight Diabetes by Participating in the Tour de Cure


Area residents can be part of the movement to stop diabetes by participating in the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure...

Nonprofit Pay Gap: Poor Helping the Poor in Ohio?


Organizations that help struggling Ohioans could actually be contributing to the poverty problem...
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