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Russia reinforces military presence in Crimea - Times Reporter
SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine — Dozens of military trucks transporting heavily armed soldiers rumbled over Crimea's rutted roads Saturday as Russia reinforced its armed presence on the disputed peninsula in the Black Sea. Moscow's foreign minister ruled ...
Shooting victim feared for safety - Times Reporter
In the months and weeks leading up to Carter ... Ames did not seek a protection order against Randy Wallick — the man who killed Ames on Thursday before turning the gun on himself — despite being advised to seek one from the New Philadelphia ...
30 Seconds for March 8 - Times Reporter
Anyone who has any spare coyotes, you can take them to the village of Tuscarawas to help take care of the stray cats. I live in Carroll County and I want to thank the road crews for doing a very good job of keeping the roads clear. That’s ...
McKinley Museum curator leads workshop series - Times Reporter
McKinley Presidential Library and Museum curator Kim Kenney and archivist Mark Holland will present a series of workshops to help educate participants on how to take care of their own heirlooms. Each workshop will take place in the Ramsayer ...
Maier will appear on primary ballot - Times Reporter
George Maier the sheriff is now George Maier the candidate. Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted ruled Friday that Maier will appear on the May 6 Democratic primary ballot — exactly two weeks after the Stark County Board of Elections had ...
DIY @ your library for Teen Tech Week - Times Reporter
Local teens will be tuning in at the Tuscarawas County Public Library (TCPL ... Teen Tech Week is a national initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) aimed at teens, their parents, educators and other concerned adults.
Cadiz Village Council - Times Reporter
KEY ACTION Council will review codes for temporary housing for oil and gas workers. Discussion: Charley Bowman, a consultant with Economic Development Data Services has been working with the village to update its zoning codes and brought two ...
Dennison mulls switch to Direct Energy - Times Reporter
Village officials are considering doing business with a different energy service for the village electricity meters. Council listened to John Ney, an energy consultant for World Energy, speak about the advantages of switching their business to ...
Waterfowl can create messy problems - Times Reporter
Craig McConnell, club manager and PGA professional at Oak Shadows Golf Course in New Philadelphia, admits he is on a wild-goose chase searching for a solution to get rid of the overabundance of geese at his facility. “There are geese coming on ...
Number of meth labs growing - Times Reporter
First responders from throughout the Tuscarawas Valley gathered at Kent State University at Tuscarawas on Friday for training to deal with a growing problem — the number of methamphetamine labs in the area. The two half-day sessions were ...