Our weekends are full of sports. If we aren’t attending our own children’s sports we are most likely fighting the weather in one way shape or form watching our nephews. The kids were able to play baseball together this summer and their dads coached the teams. Once they moved in to the All-Star teams the whole dynamic changed. We went from family hangouts to listening to belligerent parents, sometimes coaches, and every so often we’d see a kid lose his/her cool on the field. My heart hurt for those children, so passionate about their sport. Feeling every ounce of their loss in their bones, sometimes bringing them to tears.
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The Jack Cullen Memorial Trout derby, for children ages 4 – 15, takes place at the Lock 4 Trailhead.
Bait, beverages, and food will be for sale. Bring your own pole. Door prizes and trophies provided by the Stark County Park District, Stark County Federation of Conservation Clubs, and the Berkley Fishing Team.
I’m passionate about motherhood. I am so thankful for the small group of authentic friends I have formulated over the years because being a parent is hard. I feel like that is something society can agree on as a whole. In this day in age where the stereotypical mom, dad, sister, brother is being challenged it makes it even harder.
The late Judith S. Wallerstein changed the way we perceived how divorce affected children when she began a study in 1971 of 131 children from 60 divorced families and followed those children for the next 25 years.
Police, school officials, and crisis support leaders are among many working side-by-side in an effort to prevent the spread of what’s been deemed a suicide contagion among Stark County children.
As I was standing in the shower this evening, winning numerous imaginary arguments, a thought passed through my mind.
The New Philadelphia City School District is inviting the public to an opportunity to meet with the Superintendent over a cup of coffee.
Akron Children’s Hospital’s nurse residency program receives accreditation with distinction from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging Ohio fifth graders and their teachers to participate in the 2018 National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest.
The New Philadelphia Quakers are gearing up for a special event designed to recognized city residents 65 years of age or older.