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Martin Lubell of Wooster wants to establish a community where youth are using bicycles for transportation and are agents for good in the community.

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The Wooster-Orrville unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold its annual Freedom Fund Dinner.

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Whether you are repainting a single room, an entire home or tackling any kind of paint project, new technology has brought your painting options into a brand-new century.

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The Better Business Bureau is seeing an increase in reports of scammers reaching victims through Facebook Messenger.

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Woosterfest, the biggest downtown end-of-summer celebration in the area, is set to revive some old favorites for the 34th annual community party as well as add new events.

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Wooster Bike Party encourages riding and community

Martin Lubell of Wooster wants to establish a community where youth are using bicycles for transportation and are agents for good in the community.

Football is not the most important sport

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses how football is viewed compared to other sports.

NAACP to host annual Freedom Fund Dinner

The Wooster-Orrville unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold its annual Freedom Fund Dinner.

Letter: The effect taxation would have on churches

In this letter to the editor, Shreve resident Steven Smith expresses his support for churches to continue to have tax-exempt status.

Fall begins our air conditioner's time out

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the change in season as well as appliance usage.

Goldenrod is a dazzling introduction to the next season

Columnist Herb Broda discusses outdoor learning as well as goldenrod and its uses to local wild life.

Bringing exciting colors to your home is at your fingertips

Whether you are repainting a single room, an entire home or tackling any kind of paint project, new technology has brought your painting options into a brand-new century.

Scammers use Facebook Messenger to contact victims

The Better Business Bureau is seeing an increase in reports of scammers reaching victims through Facebook Messenger.

Senior Corps seeks volunteers

Senior Corps programs were created by the federal government in the mid-1960s and early 1970s. It is seeking senior volunteers age 55 and older.

Woosterfest brings summer to a close downtown

Woosterfest, the biggest downtown end-of-summer celebration in the area, is set to revive some old favorites for the 34th annual community party as well as add new events.


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