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The new GOJO Wooster Campus expands GOJO manufacturing and warehousing operations and is expected to bring more than 240 jobs to Northeast Ohio. AKRON, Ohio and WOOSTER, Ohio, May
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Esteemed author Martin Morse Wooster presents eight case studies in his new edition of Great Philanthropic Mistakes to uncover how America's most powerful foundations -- despite having the very best of intentions -- go awry.
By PAUL LOCHER By PAUL LOCHER Staff Writer ORRVILLE -- There could be a whole lot of slippin'-and-a-slidin' going on around cities in Wayne County this winter, thanks to what is predicted to be a shortage of road salt.
By CHRIS KICK By CHRIS KICK Staff Writer WOOSTER -- Wayne County residents who want to get a flu shot have another option to help make the process go a bit smoother. For the first year, the county is offering a drive-through flu shot service, to be held Oct.
By BRYAN SCHAAF By BRYAN SCHAAF Staff Writer WOOSTER -- Chris Donley feels that his band's new record is its finest to date. He's hoping the general public thinks so, too.
By LINDA HALL By LINDA HALL Staff Writer WOOSTER -- At the Wayne County Schools Career Center, Count Week - - the week designated by the state Legislature to tabulate district attendance -- is an opportunity for some lighthearted competition.
By Betsy Bower Saint Anne's welcomes bishop RITTMAN -- Parishioners at St. Anne's will gather at the 5 p.m. Mass on Saturday to welcome Bishop Richard G. Lennon, as he makes his first pastoral visit to Rittman.
By PAUL LOCHER By PAUL LOCHER Staff Writer ORRVILLE -- The University of Akron Wayne College has announced it has posted the highest enrollment number in its 36-year history, with 2,022 students being enrolled for the fall 2008 semester.
By LYDIA GEHRING By LYDIA GEHRING Living Editor WOOSTER -- For many years, the Pregnancy Care Center has helped to support expectant mothers through various services, offered free of charge.
By CHRIS KICK By CHRIS KICK Staff Writer WOOSTER -- Alternative energy and conservation were among top issues debated Tuesday night at Trinity United Church of Christ where four candidates -- two for state house representative and two for state senate -- participated in a candidate speak event sponsored by Ecumenical Communities for a Compassionate Ohio.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.