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10/19/2018 08:10 PM
Oscar Nominated Studio Expanding To Ashland Ohio

Good Deed Entertainment announced that they will be expanding their business to Ashland, Ohio with the opening of a new headquarters. Cranked Up Films will also be joining and will offer services in development, production, financing, acquisition, and distribution as early as January 2019.


10/18/2018 10:36 PM
Case involving former trooper expected to be sent to Nov. grand jury

The case against the former Ashland Ohio Highway Patrol trooper accused of filming an underage girl in his bathroom was not presented to the Ashland County Grand Jury. Ashland County Prosecutor Christopher Tunnell said during a hearing for the case against former trooper Tyler Anderson he expects the case to be presented to the grand jury during the November meeting.


10/18/2018 06:43 PM
Over 300 strong -- Day of Caring has record-number of volunteers

After 24 years, the memory of Kay Conrad and her dedication to volunteerism lives on as the Ashland community attended the annual United Way of Ashland County's Kay Conrad Day of Caring. Named for the late Kay Conrad, an Ashland resident, registered nurse and former executive director of UWAC, Day of Caring supports those members of the community who need assistance with yard work and cleaning while also engaging them through social interaction.


10/18/2018 06:21 AM
Out and About

Do you love campfires, networking and live music? Join Leadership Ashland at Mitchell's Orchard and Farm Market from 5-7:30 p.m. for Fired Up for Leadership. All donations will go towards supporting the Leadership Ashland Endowment Fund at ACCF.


10/18/2018 01:59 AM
Township residents voice concerns over proposed Ashland zoning change

About 30 people appeared at Ashland City Council's meeting on Tuesday to oppose a change to zoning on George Road/Township Road 805. The majority of the people were residents on Montgomery Township Road 805 and were at the meeting to voice opposition to the change from residential zoning to light industrial.


10/17/2018 07:28 PM
Ashland University awarded $50,000 Grant from Burton D. Morgan Foundation

Ashland University has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation to support entrepreneurial programming in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Burton D. Morgan Foundation trustees at the September board meeting approved about $1.5 million in grants to promote entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education for youth, college students and adults across Ohio.


10/17/2018 05:22 PM
Man charged with aggravated vehicular assault in Amish buggy crash

The man allegedly driving under the influence who hit an Amish buggy, ejecting all seven passengers, was charged with third-degree felony aggravated vehicular assault on Wednesday. Patrick Muscaro, 47, has been in the Ashland County Jail since Sunday night after he was arrested following the crash on Ohio 224 near County Road 581.


10/17/2018 04:09 AM
A distinguished guest -- Former Vietnam War pilot to speak to vets for reunion

A pilot who flew over 726 missions in a Cobra Gunship during the Vietnam War and wrote a book to honor other pilots who flew through helicopters through the conflict will visit Ashland as part of a Vietnam veterans reunion. Lew Jennings, 72, of Santa Cruz, California, was in the U.S. Army for 20 years, including his time in Vietnam.


10/16/2018 11:56 PM
Ashland County Cancer Association provides hope

Now that I'm enjoying retirement, you might ask why I'm devoting time to yet another board; the answer is easy, the Ashland County Cancer Association really helps Ashland County residents when they're sometimes at their weakest, when they've gotten that cancer diagnosis and don't know where to turn; we are their HOPE. We have brought HOPE to 235 clients just this year, ranging in age from 3 to 99. You may not know that we are a stand-alone agency; we are funded in part by United Way and the Mohican Area Community Fund and to a great part, by your donations.


10/16/2018 05:42 AM
Ashland ''Candidates And Issues'' Event Keeps Voters Informed

The Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce held an open forum on Monday night to help voters stay informed before the upcoming election this November. The forum included representatives from a variety of organizations including the Ashland Public Library, Ohio Governor candidates Constance Gadell-Newton and Travis Irvine, and a representative for United States Senator Sherrod Brown.


10/15/2018 10:13 AM
Car hits Amish buggy, injuring all 7 people in buggy

Ohio's State Highway Patrol says a man has hit an Amish buggy with his car, injuring all seven people in the horse-drawn vehicle. A release from the patrol's Ashland post says Patrick Muscaro failed to maintain an assured clear distance and struck the rear of a buggy driven by 31-year-old Andy Swartzentruber around 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Sullivan Township.


10/15/2018 01:42 AM
Loudonville couple beginning fourth year as area tai chi instructors

They are offering classes this fall at the Loudonville Public Library on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and at the United Methodist Church of Loudonville on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.. Tai chi - Chinese for nature's way - is an exercise, and an art, that improves muscular strength, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, posture and balance.


10/14/2018 10:38 AM
Program puts Ashland University in contact with the world

What started out as a concept recorded in a voice memo during a bike ride is now growing into an international juggernaut that continues to pick up speed. Created by Ashland University Assistant Professor of Psychology Chris Chartier, the Psychological Science Accelerator is an online, collaborative program designed to connect scientific labs focusing on psychological research around the world.


10/13/2018 11:53 PM
Lipsky, Reed and award-winning pianist present Chamber Ensemble Concert

Maestro Arie Lipsky , Dr. Thomas Reed and Claudia Hoca combine and showcase their talents for a chamber ensemble concert on Monday, Oct. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Pastor Recital. The performance is free and open to the public.


10/13/2018 07:24 PM
1918 influenza epidemic in Ashland

The disease killed an estimated hundred million people worldwide, including over a half-million Americans. Of the 100,000 American casualties of the Great War, 40 percent were due to influenza.