Month: May 2017

Child Hit by Car, Not Seriously Hurt

A Tuscarawas County toddler is recovering after he was struck by a vehicle Tuesday evening.

Only for a Little While…

“Both of us with tears streaming down our faces. I’ll never forget that moment…my foster son’s mother looked at me and said ‘Thank you’.”

A Brave Year of Firsts 

I worried. Gosh, did I worry. For months I was overwhelmed with the decision of where to send my son to Kindergarten…


My hope for you on your first birthday and every day baby girl…

STEM Students Offer Opioid Abuse Solutions

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math students across the state of Ohio are working on ways to solve the nation’s opioid abuse epidemic.

Upcoming Summit Focuses on Safe and Healthy Schools

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Ohio Department of Education and PreventionFIRST are partnering next month to offer a conference that focuses on health and safety within schools.

Bill Puts Treatment at Residential Pediatric Recovery Facilities in Reach for Families  

A bipartisan bill to support treatment for babies exposed to opioids is being reintroduced in the Senate.

Summer Slide to Summer Surge

An education expert is sharing information on how to prevent summer learning loss, while still having fun.

ODNR Division of Wildlife Youth Fishing Area Opens to Young Anglers

Young anglers are getting their chance to take on the popular youth fishing area in Portage Lakes of Akron for free.

The Demon Chute

The struggle is real. I get so annoyed with that phrase but today I’m using it. I’m sweating, my hair looks like I got caught in a windstorm, I’m wearing a dollar store nightgown that says “I Naps” on it. Oh, also…….didn’t realize until this morning that it is inside out.

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