Say hello to Bentley
Bentley is a 1-year-old female Mountain Cur mix who is available for adoption at the Wayne County Dog Shelter.
Wayne students qualify for state BPA contest
Business Professionals of America held its Region 8 awards ceremony at Grace Church in Wooster with many Wayne County students qualifying for the state contest.
Wayne students do well at Culinary Affair with Pork Cook-Off
The Wayne County Schools Career Center hosted the Culinary Affair with Pork Cook-Off, sponsored by the Northeast Ohio Pork Producers.
Business entrepreneurship students now on the job
Two students who have taken the business entrepreneurship program are now working as co-op students at Schaeffler Academy in Wooster, part of its human resources department.
Wayne County Historical Society to display WWI collection
The Wayne County Historical Society has discovered a wide variety of historical pieces for its upcoming World War I exhibit.
OADF receives grant for renovation
The Orrville Area Development Foundation has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Carl E. Congdon, Jr. and Susanna Congdon McIntyre Memorial Fund for Orrville's Front Door Facility Renovation Campaign.
Speaker will present Changing Climate, Changing Coast at COW
Rob Thieler will present Changing Climate, Changing Coasts at the 36th annual Richard G. Osgood, Jr. Memorial Lecture at the College of Wooster.
Raylene Hlavaty will portray Fanny Crosby at senior event
Something for Seniors will gather at the Dutch Kitchen, where Raylene Hlavaty will portray Fanny Crosby in first person and in costume.
Our hardships encourage others not to give up
Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses his belief for why God allows certain things to happen.
Shades of Gold: Wooster’s own a capella group
Shades of Gold at the College of Wooster is a relatively new addition to the campus music scene. The a capella singing group was started in 2013.