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Mega Buzz: What's the Deal with Chuck's Disease on Better Call Saul? - Times Reporter
Little has been said on Better Call Saul about what exactly is ailing Jimmy McGill's older brother Chuck. Though there have been clues -- including Chuck (Michael McKean) freaking out about Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) having a cell phone in the house and Chuck's ...
See William Shatner's Touching Twitter Remembrance of Leonard Nimoy - Times Reporter
Though a charity commitment in Florida may have kept him from attending the funeral of his longtime friend Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner held an online memorial of sorts for his Star Trek co-star, who died Friday at 83. On Sunday, Shatner posted several ...
Harden’s 33 points leads Rockets over Cavs 105-103 in OT - Times Reporter
James Harden scored 33 points for Houston and Cleveland star LeBron James missed a pair of free throws with 4.2 seconds left in overtime, helping the Rockets hold on for a 105-103 win over the Cavaliers on Sunday. James hit a 3-pointer with 43.5 seconds ...
Ludacris and His Wife Are Expecting a Baby - Times Reporter
Ludacris and his wife Eudoxie Mbouguiyengue have a baby on the way. Mbouguiyengue announced the news via Instagram on Sunday, posting a photo of herself and Ludacris on a beach, with him kissing her baby bump.
7 Ways The Following Is Rebooting Itself in Season 3 - Times Reporter
The Following is giving itself a (some would say much-needed) makeover in Season 3. That, of course, won't last for long. Within the first few minutes of Monday's premiere (9/8c, Fox), the wedding of FBI Agent Gina Mendez (Valerie Cruz) is interrupted ...
Dakota Johnson Hosts SNL: How Many Fifty Shades Parodies Were There? And What Did Melanie Griffith Think? - Times Reporter
Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson took the reins at Saturday Night Live this weekend, for the show's first new episode since its 40th anniversary extravaganza. And the writers showed incredible restraint, limiting Fifty Shades parodies to one sketch ...
Personality Profile: Chef Mike Starlin feeds his passion as culinary arts instructor at Buckeye Career Center - Times Reporter
Mike Starlin, but the students call me Chef Mike. Finishing my Associates of Science degree, with a certification in Career Tech Education, at Kent State University at Tuscarawas in New Philadelphia. I graduated from Buckeye in 1981. I went through the ...
Some Uhrichsville residents upset over parking rules - Times Reporter
Some Uhrichsville residents have been expressing their displeasure with the city’s parking ordinance as city officials remind drivers to not leave their vehicles parked in the same spot on a road for longer than 24 hours. Council President Mark Haney ...
Tuscarawas Insurance Agency celebrates 130 years - Times Reporter
In the decades leading up to the luxuries of the Internet and technology, Tuscarawas Insurance Agency former owner William Weisgarber would meet his company’s customers in their own homes, map out policies and finalize business with a handshake.
911 dispatchers are calm, cool and collected, and ready to help in an emergency - Times Reporter
Shortly before 11:30 a.m. Jan. 21, a frightened woman dialed 911 to report that her parents were missing from their Strasburg home. She said that their car was gone, and the house was ransacked. As the caller spoke to a 911 dispatcher, the dispatcher tried ...
Police probe apparent drug overdoses in New Philadelphia - Times Reporter
Police are investigating after three people from the same residence were treated in Union Hospital in Dover for apparent drug overdoses Saturday. Officers were notified about 1 p.m. that a 28-year-old female was suffering from a possible drug overdose at a ...
Two treated after separate crashes - Times Reporter
Tyler S. Miller, 27, of 155 Gilgen Ave. NE, New Philadelphia, was treated at Union Hospital in Dover after he was hurt in a single-vehicle crash in Dover Township at 11:45 a.m. Friday. State troopers of the Ohio Highway Patrol post in New Philadelphia said ...
Two hurt in New Philadelphia crash - Times Reporter
Amy J. Hren, 42, of 1260 Crestview Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, and a passenger in her car, June K. Stemple, 87, of the same address, were treated at Union Hospital in Dover after they were hurt in a two-vehicle crash in New Philadelphia at 2:24 p.m. Friday.
Carrollton wins second straight wrestling sectional - Times Reporter
It was a tournament setting, but it definitely had a head-to-head feel. Carrollton and Claymont met individually seven times — six for championships — in the finals at the Claymont Division II sectional tournament. At the finish, the Warriors won their ...
Indians’ Kluber rises quickly to become star AL pitcher - Times Reporter
Corey Kluber was suddenly on a roster of baseball immortality. It was all so surreal, almost overwhelming. In New York last month to receive his 2014 Cy Young Award, Kluber sat at a dais alongside Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson and Cal Ripken ...