Heavy rain causes flooding and damaged property at Bronzwood Golf Club in Kinsman

by Lauren Locke

KINSMAN – About 16 of 20 bridges became damaged, many cart paths washed away, a watering automatic irrigation system was ripped out, banks became eroded and lots of debris washed onto the 140-acre Bronzwood Golf Club all in a matter of hours during the massive rain storm that hit the area on Saturday, July 20, within Kinsman.(From Aug. 2 edition).

Volunteers needed for this year’s Back to School Bash as held in Andover

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – While it may be hard to believe for many, school is just around the corner, which also means it’s also only a few short weeks until this year’s Back to School bash will be held for Pymatuning Valley students within the PV Primary Sunshine Room of Andover.(From Aug. 2 edition).

Cruise over to Rock of Grace’s annual car & truck show this weekend in Kinsman

by Lauren Locke

KINSMAN – Start revving your motor and waxing up your car or truck, as Rock of Grace Family Ministries will be offering its sixth annual Handyman Car and Truck Show this weekend from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, at the church parking lot located at 6745 State Route 5 within Kinsman.(From Aug. 2 edition).

Pymatuning Valley High School junior attends All-Ohio State Fair Band

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – While other high-school students are spending time at the beach or working part-time jobs, Pymatuning Valley High School junior Leah Harding will be spending the rest of her summer playing her clarinet through this year’s All-Ohio State Fair Band for two weeks in Columbus.(From Aug. 2 edition).

Peruse antiques, food and wine during Country Road Market this weekend

by Lauren Locke

LINESVILLE – If you are an antique and vintage products enthusiast or are looking for a fun, upscale type event to attend in the area, you may want to stop at Country Road Market as offered by Farmhouse Supply and Shade Vintage Home this weekend within Linesville.(From July 26 edition).

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: C’s Corner Country BBQ set to open to the public next year in Williamsfield

by Lauren Locke

WILLIAMSFIELD – If you were a fan of Cunningham’s Pork Processing Plant/Cunningham Sausage and Sons on Route 322 in Wayne Township as owned by the late Burke Cunningham, his wife Grace and their children years ago, you’ll be excited to hear that a similar version of the business will soon be returning to the area through Michael Cunningham (Burke’s son) and his wife Amanda Cunningham in the spring of 2020.(From July 26 edition).