Many local superintendents and food service directors are choosing to keep status quo — as long as they stay within regulations.
Local experts point to world conditions, social media and high expectations as causes.
Police officers will perform regular walk-throughs of Norwalk’s recreation center.
The 40-foot by 80-foot splash pad will be east of the outside pool at the Ernsthausen Community Center.
In Ohio, only 51 hospitals scored an “A” out of 110 evaluated.
Levels Gym owner plans to “put the people first, before the money.”
“We could have walked from Ohio to California and back twice.”
It's a combination of badminton, tennis and ping pong.
BELLEVUE — Are your New Year’s resolutions already in the rear-view mirror? If so, you’re not alone, but you still have time to make good on those resolutions.
A Case Western University student from South Carolina won the Miss Maple City title following a pageant Saturday night at Main Street School in Norwalk.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to help stock the shelves before the busy holiday season.
Among the most popular characters for Halloween this year is Harley Quinn, the Batman supervillain from “Suicide Squad.”
Monroeville police chief conquers two mountains in Colorado.
MONROEVILLE — Some area mothers who feel society may be a bit unbalanced in a few of its views decided to come together Saturday at Clark Park in Monroeville in an attempt to raise awareness.
Drinking beverages that are too hot may increase the risk for esophageal cancer, health officials say.