Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is making a public comment regarding last week’s ruling in the case: Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio V. Hodges.
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In honor of Earth Day, the Dover Public Library is inviting the public to a sign language storytime event on Wednesday, April 25th.
Imagine never being able to have a conversation with your child. Never knowing their true wants and needs. Wondering if you’ll ever hear them say ‘I love you.’
More than 370 people made their way to the Tuscarawas County YMCA on Saturday for an event full of activities, entertainment, and learning opportunities.
Rachel Kinsey has been nominated as an AMAZING mom!
70 Carroll and Tuscarawas County Youth 2 Youth students joined thousands from across the state yesterday to converge on Ohio’s Capitol for the ‘We Are the Majority Rally.’
A former Newcomerstown Middle School girls basketball coach entered a guilty plea on Tuesday to reduced charges related to a relationship with a girl he used to coach.
Stark State and area high school students are getting an opportunity to showcase their scholastic abilities, technical skills, and training during a symposium this weekend.
All but a handful of school districts served by the Stark County Educational Service Center (ESC) are ready to move forward with a continuous levy to fund additional safety, security and mental health efforts.
The New Philadelphia City School District is offering additional evening meeting times through the Coffee with the Superintendent program.
Despite some debates on whether some alcohol consumption during pregnancy may or may not affect the baby, experts with healthychildren.org say the risk simply is not worth it.
Parents and guardians are urged to take preventative action to protect kids from the many consequences that stem from underage alcohol use.
A free Stark County event is planned for Sunday to discuss suicide prevention among teens.
Counselors, school board members, social workers, and law enforcement representatives are coming together this weekend to talk about teen mental health.
“If you go to the zoo and you go up to the lion and you flick him in the nose and tell him he’s a kitten, [he’s going to bite you] because he knows he’s a lion.”