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A scavenger hunt for the whole family in Berlin

The Berlin Barnstorm is back and in its 12th consecutive year.

Save big while you support local businesses

The Mt. Eaton Business Association welcomes residents and visitors to its 10th annual Mt. Eaton Spring Sale in the southwestern Wayne County village.

Charm Engine expansion nearing completion as anniversary sale nears

Charm Engine began adding to its ever-expanding store in October of 2017, and things are progressing smoothly toward meeting the deadline for Charm Engine to be fully functional before they host an anniversary sale.

A career waiting to happen: Mast offers free truck driving training program

The trucking industry is expected to see a shortage of around 300,000 drivers over the next five years. This presents a huge opportunity for new drivers, and Mast Trucking takes pride in developing skilled drivers who are trustworthy, respectful, committed and teachable.

Built to last

JMR Concrete Finishing added poured concrete walls to its offerings because of the many advantages they provide to a strong foundation, and last year JMR expanded further with the acquisition of Grove Construction Quality Concrete of Burbank.

Wooster Community Hospital named one of nation's 100 Top Hospitals

Wooster Community Hospital Health System was named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by IBM Watson Health.

Girls' Night for Good: A benefit for Harbor House

A grand evening for ladies is planned at Fine Arts Skin and Laser in Dover. The inaugural Girls' Night for Good will offer a sampling of numerous self-spoiling treatments and opportunities for spa-like pampering.

Pizza palace on wheels

Bahler Street is a pizza palace on wheels featuring inventive pizzas named after Rocky and Courtney Shanower's literary favorites.

Warm up at Millersburg's Girls' Night Out

The obvious answer to the winter doldrums is Historic Downtown Millersburg's Girls' Night Out. The event is a huge draw for women from all around Holmes and Wayne counties and beyond.

GHS Job Fair presents a golden opportunity for those seeking employment locally

The upcoming Garaway High School Job Fair at Dutch Valley Restaurant is open to anyone who is ready and willing to make a commitment to hard work and doing a good job.

Celebrating life

All monuments offered at Stevenson Memorials are comprised of the highest quality granite and come with a 500-year guarantee.

Berlin shopping event sweetens Valentine's Day

The Berlin Main Street Merchants are here to provide a quick fix for those who may not have a Valentine's Day game plan all laid out beforehand.

This doctor makes house calls

Janet Dailey, MD, is a family medical doctor whose focus is on providing the highest level of care for the lowest price around.

The future looks bright for Holmes County

From the perspective of the Holmes County Commissioners, things within the county are looking pretty good.

Roscoe Village events scheduled

Roscoe Village has numerous events coming soon.

Troyer joins lending team

Farmers National Bank has added Kidron native Justin Troyer as the newest member to the mortgage lending team.

Pomerene welcomes new midwife

Pomerene Women's Health Services welcomes Crystal Uptain, certified nurse midwife, to its team of care professionals.

Heritage Signs: Sending a clear message

Since 2013, Lee and Barbi Beachy, owners of Heritage Signs, have been translating the words of businesses and individuals onto signs of virtually every size, shape and medium.

Local CPA firm fights hunger by helping

The employees of Rea & Associates' Millersburg office donated 2,650 pounds of food to the Back Pack Program.

Local manufacturer earns prestigious certification

SUPERB Industries has become the fourth manufacturer to receive the global automotive industry's new quality management certification.

Double Vision: Reflecting hope while caring for patients' vision

Berlin Family Eyecare now offers a full gamut of vision services, from routine examinations and vision corrections, to medical treatment of glaucoma and other ocular conditions, to an extensive selection of frames, lenses and other vision products.

Berlin Pajama Party is about more than the shopping

The annual Berlin Pajama Party is approaching with stores around the village opening with significant discounts.

Re-shaping you

Form You 3 has a proven weight-loss program that can have you dropping 1-3 pounds a week.

Handcrafted toys made of locally sourced wood

Based in Newcomerstown, Russ Riggle makes and sells wood toys. He became serious about making toys as a business five or six years ago.

MotherCare Birth Center: Providing expert care with a tender touch

Providing CPM care in a state-approved birthing facility with safety standards for excellent birth outcomes, mothers and babies are privileged to experience the best of both worlds at MotherCare Birth Center.

Go as a group - in style

NEO Van Rentals prides itself on being a van rental agency as opposed to a car rental agency with only a few vans.

Lehman's Hardware of Kidron to host maple syrup class

Lehman's of Kidron will host a maple syrup class in late January for those who are just getting started with their own maple syrup ventures. It will offer a unique, hands-on experience that covers the whole syrup-making process from start to finish.

Ohio Proud program provides link between local business and community

Ohio Proud is a marketing program to increase awareness and sales of food and agricultural products in the state and helps consumers easily identify products that are made in Ohio.

Hershberger promoted at ProVia

ProVia has announced the promotion of Lonnie Hershberger to the newly created position of vice president of customer experience.

Own it: Become the master of your domain

Holmes Rental & Sales' exceptional service begins the moment customers walk through the door with zero-percent financing on equipment purchases and a goal to determine which model will best meet the needs of their customers.

Furniture retailer under fire for bad business practices

Consumers tell the Better Business Bureau a Missouri-based manufacturer of hand-crafted gun-concealment and rustic furniture fails to deliver goods in a timely fashion and is lax in issuing refunds.

Beacon Hill School reaches out to Weaver Leather for a great business world lesson

Beacon Hill School in Mt. Eaton provided a learning opportunity for the students to explore a local company that showcased the importance of education in the workplace.

Pomerene receives accreditation status for sleep program

Pomerene Hospital announced its approval of accreditation status for its sleep program by Accreditation Commission for Health Care.

Berlin welcomes shoppers for annual event

The Berlin Main Street Merchants will host Shopping Under the Stars to provide everything Amish Country has to offer at special prices.

Mt. Eaton Holiday Sale supports local businesses

Visitors to Mt. Eaton can reap the rewards of post-Thanksgiving shopping as local businesses offer special sales for the annual Mt. Eaton Holiday Sale.

Light Up Sugarcreek celebrates the season

Light Up Sugarcreek will offer families numerous Christmas activities and discounts from local shops.

Miller joins team at First Fed

First Federal Community Bank announced Kenny Miller has joined the bank as a commercial loan officer.

Berlin Grande staff steps up and provides for area kids during Share-A-Christmas

Instead of an employee Christmas gift exchange, Berlin Grande Hotel staff members selected children to buy gifts for from the Share-A-Christmas trees located around Holmes County.

Capstone welcomes Miller to the team

Steve Nolletti, president of Capstone Custom Homes, announced the hire of Angela Miller as design coordinator/sales associate.

Chamber winner Ivan Weaver Construction still helping people build dreams

Ivan Weaver Construction was the recipient of the 2017 Holmes County Chamber of Commerce's Large Business of the Year Award.

Mt. Hope Bargain Friday offers big deals in the country

While some shoppers might prefer the hustle, bustle and headaches of a big-city shopping excursion, a trip to Mount Hope supports the local economy and the merchants who call it home while giving shoppers a glimpse into small-town life in Ohio's beautiful Amish Country.

Chamber honoree Farmhouse Frocks is more than simply retail sales

Lena Schlabach of Farmhouse Frocks received the 2017 Holmes County Chamber of Commerce's Small Business of the Year Award.

Bent Wood Solutions honored as Chamber's Medium Business of the Year

Atlee Kaufman, owner of Bent Wood Solutions, received the 2017 Holmes County Chamber of Commerce's Medium Business of the Year Award.

Leadership symposium focuses on leading through servanthood

The Pathways Toward Servant Leadership Symposium at the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center taught about how a servant leadership role in the business world can create opportunities for growth in more ways than one.

Millersburg shines at annual Christmas Open House

Historic Downtown Millersburg will host a Christmas Open House with many local merchants participating.

Faith and Values in the Marketplace seminar slated for Nov. 13

The public is invited to the upcoming Faith and Values in the Marketplace workshop that will take place at The Gardens at Homestead Furniture.

Daytime care for adults throughout Northeast Ohio

Co-owners and husband and wife, John and Annette Saeger, opened the first Gilcrest Center in Doylestown in 2007, and its new Wooster location opened its doors in May of this year. They are hoping to include Tuscarawas County clients as well.

Christmas Open House welcomes the season

Walnut Creek invites locals and visitors to the region for its annual Christmas Open House.

Christ remains the focus of annual Berlin Christmas Open House

Downtown Berlin's annual Christmas Open House is approaching.

Holmes County Chamber announces 2017 award winners

The Holmes County Chamber of Commerce announced the recipients of the 2017 Small, Medium and Large Business of the Year, the Community Service Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Hummel group welcomes all to open house

Hummel Group will hold an open house in Berlin.

Annual Millersburg Glass Auction continues to draw a crowd because of its rarity and beauty

The Millersburg Glass Auction took off in its inaugural effort eight years ago, and since then it continues to draw a large crowd of Millersburg Glass connoisseurs from well beyond the borders of Ohio.

Fredericksburg Merchant Day: A community tradition

This year's Fredericksburg Merchant Day event will offer a wide selection and big discounts along with complimentary food and opportunities to win gift certificates and other prizes.

For Winesburg retiree, selective breeding is the key to a successful flock

The lamb market in Holmes and Wayne counties is rapidly outpacing other forms of livestock, and for James White, who runs a small farm near Winesburg, efficiency is the key to turning a profit.

Meat recalled for sanitation concern

Newswanger Meats of Shiloh announced a voluntary recall of approximately 2,190 pounds of fresh, not frozen beef, pork, chicken and sliced deli products.

Local family goes nuts this time of year

The Yoder family near Apple Creek is known for their walnut business. This year walnut season is just getting started, Oct. 2 being the first day the Yoders were open to the community.

35th annual Charm Days offers all the charm of fall

The village of Charm is preparing for its 35th annual festival just as the fall leaves begin to change color.

Watch for scams in wake of Equifax data breach

In the wake of the Equifax data breach, con artists are trying to capitalize on the upsetting situation.

Cut it Out: Free training alerts hairdressers to signs of domestic violence

OneEighty will offer Cut it Out, a workshop designed to teach salon professionals how to recognize signs of domestic violence, at their Millersburg office.

Walnut Creek to host Fall Farmhouse Show

Walnut Creek's June Vintage Fair has become so popular that a fall event called the Fall Farmhouse Show has been created.

Cline appointed to KSB board

The Killbuck Savings Bank Co. and Killbuck Bancshares Inc. have announced the appointment of Kurt E. Cline to their board of directors.

Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market is finally home at Harvest Ridge

The Fall 2017 Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market was the first major nonfair event to take place at Harvest Ridge. After bouncing around from venue to venue, the show now has a permanent place to call home.

Ohio grape and wine industry contributes $1.3 billion to state's economy

The Ohio Grape Industries Committee released its 2016 Economic Impact Report, which finds Ohio's grape and wine industry has a significant impact of $1.3 billion on the state's economy and provides 8,067 full-time jobs.

Savory and spicy treats highlight 2017 Berlin Harvest Fest Rib Cook-off

Meat fans didn't have to look far during the annual Berlin Harvest Fest Rib Cook-off, where 15 entrants battled for the title of top ribs for 2017.

The Ohio Floor Company experiences 'Net' gains through work on NBA's Barclays Center floor

Expecting perfection from themselves is why The Ohio Floor Company has continued to make huge strides in the industry. The company recently brought in a slice of New Jersey, refinishing the flooring and artwork for the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center.

Furniture market hosts preview night

For the first time ever, the Hardwood Furniture Guild will host a fall Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market. While the market itself is open only to wholesale buyers, the public is invited to the preview night.

Pomerene recognized as great place to work

Pomerene Hospital was recognized by the Employer's Resource Council as one of Northeast Ohio's 99 best places to work.

All the right moves: Mike Morehouse's right-angle combination square a step toward quicker, more precise measuring

Mike Morehouse of Holmesville has created the right-angle combination square, a newly designed hand tool that cuts measuring time down significantly while allowing for more accurate measurements.

Food bank event crowns new People's Choice chef and scores donations for hunger relief

The Akron Canton Regional Food Bank marked a major milestone in hosting the 10th annual Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

Career Center's manufacturing technology creates opportunity

Studies show manufacturing is experiencing a comeback and has become the second-largest private-sector employer in Northeast Ohio, second only to health care, and Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center offers training to work in manufacturing.

No-till farming works for family operation

Grain farming is a major part of the Holmes County agricultural economy, and Goodwill Farm produces corn and soybean primarily with a no-till farming practice.

Local farmers offer lots of insights for would-be breeders

When it comes to raising lamb, Misty Oaks Farm, only a few miles north of Holmesville, is one of a kind.

Doughty Valley Farm is designed to be self-sustaining

In this day and age of high upkeep costs and low profit margins, farmers that are struggling right now may be able to follow the example Doughty Valley Farm sets.

Wendell August Craftsmen Days offer the community a chance to experience history this fall

Wendell August, premium metal giftware brand that offers American-made handcrafted products, announced the return of Craftsmen Days at its Berlin location.

Millersburg to host Antiques in the Alley

Antiques in the Alley is an outdoor antique show located throughout Historic Downtown Millersburg, where people can shop for antiques, furniture, collectibles, new and old yard and garden accents, glassware, flowers and plants, kitchen items, and just about everything in between.

Fairy gardens are tiny new worlds

Arlene Brenneman creates fairy gardens. Her business is called Out on a Whim.

NAM awards Gibbs for supporting manufacturing

The National Association of Manufacturers and Ike Tripp of Etna Products presented Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-OH-07, the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence at an event hosted in the congressman's office on Capitol Hill during the NAM's Manufacturing Summit.

Apple Creek couple starts aquaponic business

Apple Creek couple Lori Klintworth and her partner Mark Zody started growing produce in their greenhouse using aquaponics. They started a business to help others in this method called Local Sprouts Aquaponics.

Larry's named Top 100 Dealer

Larry's Music Center in Wooster, Wadsworth and Millersburg has been named as a Top 100 Dealer by the National Association of Music Merchants.


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