Garrettsville - Did you notice the flower baskets that have appeared?  While hanging the baskets on the new bridge, Colleen Steele and Barb Bejger, members of the Silver Creek Garden Club,  realized the ladder wasn’t high enough.  While Colleen...
“I have this shrub growing in my garden,” said the Newton Falls Public Library patron, as she showed a small branch to the library staff member. “Can you help me figure out what it is?” The branch had small...
We think that the second dove has not returned to the boat (Genesis 8:6-14) so we might be able to begin thinking about returning to what passes for normal around here.Normal  is  a pretty flexible term.  It included the...
Garrettsville-Hiram Rotarians were still looking for students from James A. Garfield H.S. or Windham High School to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp to be held at Hiram College , June 12-16.  Any interested individuals who will be...
I am so excited that we have had a few days of sunshine and are finally starting to see the vineyard dry out. And I am even more excited that the official start to summer is right around the...
This past week we lost an important person in our community, Charles Abraham. Charles came to Garrettsville and started Charles Chevrolet & Oldsmobile in 1957. For Charles that was only the beginning. He set the ground work for his...
Geauga County - Turn your trash into someone else’s treasure and put a little cash in your own pocket. Booth spaces are still available at the Annual “Treasure Among the Trees” Flea Market. Outdoor spaces the size of two...
Garrettsville - This past week the sixth graders at James A. Garfield (JAG) Intermediate School had the opportunity to discover our nation’s heritage first-hand as they toured Washington D.C. The highlights of the trip were the National Cathedral, Arlington...
Garrettsville - Recently the Garrettsville Community Center located in Sky Plaza hosted an art exhibit for the James A. Garfield School District students with the hope of it becoming an annual event. The show featured flat pieces only since...
Mantua - Crestwood Intermediate School dressed in red, white and blue and took up flags to celebrate heroes today.  The inspiration for this celebration was their One School, One Book program.  The entire school -- the lunch room staff,...
Portage County - The topic of cyber bullying, its effects on students and ways to reduce it have been added to the summer school-based training focused on creating safe environments where children and teens in crisis are supported.The Crisis...
Seeking Artisans! Register Now The DMRC’s 3rd Annual Art on the Hill is seeking artisans for their day-long event which will take place on July 9, 2011 in Mantua. Artisans will line both sides of Prospect Street selling and displaying their...