Christ Memorial Church of Robertsville is holding its annual Community Festival on Saturday, July 29, 11 a.m.-4 p..m. This event is absolutely free and open to everyone. Come enjoy a day of family fun with great food and activities for the whole family.
Minerva Village Administrator Dave Harp will be the featured speaker at the July 25 meeting of the Minerva Area Historical Society. Harp will begin his presentation at 6:30 p.m. at the Minerva Public Library. The regular meeting will follow.
(StatePoint) Healthy eating habits and gym routines can be hard to keep up after the excitement of the holidays fizzle. For parents who juggle busy schedules, it can be particularly challenging to squeeze in the recommended amount of physical activity each day.
(StatePoint) The ability to stretch a budget can help businesses or those who are self-employed weather lean times and flourish in good periods, and being efficient with time can mean surviving a busy season with your sanity intact. But these principles can be hard to uphold.
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(StatePoint) Most Americans want to stay healthy and prevent disease and illness. For many, this means getting regular check-ups and using their health plan benefits. For others, it seems that ignorance is bliss.
(StatePoint) Getting more out of a vacation starts with finding ways to stretch your travel budget. To help, travel deals publisher Travelzoo recently unveiled the top six destinations where Americans will find the strongest deals in 2017.
(StatePoint) In this digital age, you may go days without using a pen and paper, but there are many reasons to skip the devices and stick to writing things down.
The Village of Minerva and the Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce will host a free contra dance, featuring live music by One String Short, on Saturday, July 22, 7-9 p.m., on the Municipal Park tennis courts.
Carroll County Job and Family Services is sending the message "Fraud Costs All of Us". It is the goal of the agency to investigate every report of suspected fraud.
Ohio prescribers and pharmacists can now request patient prescription information from Pennsylvania through Ohio's prescription monitoring program, known as the Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System (OARRS).
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Monday, July 24: Salisbury steak/gravy, noodles, corn, apricot, juice, bread/margarine. Tuesday, July 25: Honey mustard chicken, garden rice, California blend, Mandarin oranges, 2 bread/margarine.
Monday, July 24: Barbecue or plain pork roast, potato wedges, veggie tray, fruit. Tuesday, July 25: Stuffed pepper, mashed potatoes, tossed salad, strawberry shortcake. Wednesday, July 26: Gourmet pork chop, augratin potato, creamy coleslaw, cake.
Ohio's fair season is underway across the state and leaders at the Ohio Departments of Agriculture and Health are reminding Ohioans to practice good hygiene when visiting livestock exhibits this summer.
The 164th Ohio State Fair opens on Wednesday, July 26. This year's event offers new attractions, agricultural exhibits, entertainment, great Fair food, shopping and so much more. The event runs July 26 - Aug. 6, fair admission gates open: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m., except Aug. 6 (Closes at 6 p.m.
The Stark Coungy Grand Jury reported an indictment against the following individual(s): Donald Fletcher, 53, 6190 ° Homeworth Road, Homeworth, Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol, a Drug of Abuse, or a Combination of Them; Open Container.
Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett has announced that Part II of the Carroll County Grand Jury met July 5 for a half-day session.
The Minerva Police Department has adopted and implemented state standards established by the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board as part of the state's efforts to strengthen community and police relations.
Jesse Howell chases down a calf during the Calf Roping segment of the Minerva Chamber Rodeo held July 15 at Municipal Park. Calves were roped, put down and tied as fast as possible. For more photos of the rodeo see B3.
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The Minerva/ Malvern Salvation Army is in need of donations for the Back to School Program. Approximately 200 students in the Minerva and Brown Local school districts are in need of supplies in order to start school this fall.
The friends of Gary Barley are having a fundraiser, spaghetti dinner for him at the Minerva Community Building on Saturday, July 29, 4-7 p.m. Gary is a resident of East Rochester. He had stomach cancer and a part of his stomach was removed.