Oven space is at a premium when you're fixing a holiday dinner for the entire family. It's a real trick to keep all the food warm enough to serve at the same time.
A forecasted 3-6 inches of snow which fell last night has left messy rural roads in Crawford County.Local officials have set a Level One Snow Alert for the county.
COLUMBUS — Organizers of a bicycling event in central Ohio say riders and supporters raised more than $21 million for cancer research this year, setting a record for the fundraiser.
NEW WASHINGTON — The Buckeye Central Board of Education held its regular monthly board meeting on Thursday, Nov. 13.
The Crawford County Engineer and City of Galion will hold a public meeting to discuss maintenance of the Shumaker Ditch.
GIFTS TO THE LIBRARYThe following large print books were presented by the Friends of the Library:
The offices of the Morrow County Courthouse held a potluck fundraiser to purchase a memorial in memory of the late County Treasurer Tim Garry. They raised $520. Displaying the funds raised are left to right, Tim's daughter Emily Garry,...
The 2014 Mt. Gilead State Park Snowflake Festival was held Friday, November 7 through the 9th. The festival is hosted by The Volunteers in Parks (VIP's) and Park Staff. It is held annually in early November and is open to registered campers and...
Columbus — The forecast for the next several days looks more like January than November and is a not-so-subtle reminder that winter is coming.
The Galion YMCA held its 4th annual bowl-a-thon fundraiser at Victory Lanes on Nov. 7.The event was part of the YMCA's sustaining campaign, held every October and November.
The Service Department will continue leaf pick up for Galion residents as weather permits.Friday, Dec. 12, will be the last day of the year for pick up.
The Crawford County Board of Elections will change their regular monthly meeting to Wednesday, Nov. 19, starting at 9 a.m.
There were several local activities on Veterans Day this year.At Heise Park, local veterans held the annual flag raising ceremony at the Veterans Memorial. Many city officials and residents joined them.
COLUMBUS – A 76-year-old family-owned Ohio farm is raising the National Thanksgiving Turkey that's expected to be presented to President Barack Obama in just a few weeks. The presentation of the National Thanksgiving Turkey to the...
COLUMBUS — The pitch for health care coverage is being made at nail salons, pizzerias, mosques and even bars.
TOLEDO — Transportation workers have finished a plan to add a third lane to both directions along much of the Ohio Turnpike.
There is money to be made in tracing family trees.Jesus, however, did not enrich Himself financially or popularity when He told the religious leaders of His day that they were “OF your father, the Devil” (John 8:44).
A Shiloh man died Saturday afternoon at a Chatfield Township home after a tree he was cutting fell on him unexpectedly, according to the Crawford County Sheriff's Office.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Two trucking companies are accusing Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam of directly orchestrating a scheme to cheat customers out of promised rebates and discounts, according to recent court filings.
WOOSTER – Livestock producers looking for a relatively easy and inexpensive feed source can turn to harvested cornfields for the answer.
COLUMBUS — A Republican state lawmaker has introduced a pair of proposals to revamp how Ohio draws its legislative and congressional district boundaries.
We all know the holidays and the wrappings they bring can induce stress. But did you know that the last six weeks of the year are also notoriously the most stressful weeks in the medical world?
In a tribute to the Ohio Arts Council's (OAC) 50th anniversary, the OAC's Riffe Gallery will kick off 2015 with a milestone exhibition: 100 Years of Ohio Watercolor, January 29 through April 12, 2015. Produced by the Southern Ohio Museum,...
Do we have to continue with “I'm okay and you're an idiot” in our political life? The short answer is no, but getting there will not be easy. For months now we have been subjected to unremitting political ads that attempt to...
COLUMBUS - Pesticide applicators can earn recertification credits to renew their pesticide licenses during any of a series of conferences offered by Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and the Ohio...