PACOC draws out the community for their annual Fall Festival

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Lots of Ohio residents, some Pennsylvanians and even a few Canadians visiting during their Thanksgiving holiday were all present during PACOC’s annual Fall Festival and parade this year on Saturday, Oct. 6 within Andover.(From Oct. 12 edition).

Local resident opens general store: Farmhouse Supply within Linesville

by Lauren Locke

LINESVILLE – If you’ve ever watched an old television show or movie and wondered what it would be like to shop in an old general store back in the old west you may soon have the opportunity thanks to the grand opening of Farmhouse Supply at 5750 West Center Road this Saturday, Oct. 13 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. within Linesville, Pa.(From Oct. 12 edition).

Little Laker Academy learns about fire safety at PV Primary School

by Lauren Locke


ANDOVER – Preschoolers at Little Laker Academy were introduced to the world of fire fighters and what to do in the event of a fire thanks to a presentation organized by Andover and Rome Fire Departments at PV Primary School on Tuesday, Oct. 2.(From Oct. 5 edition)

First Baptist Church of Linesville continues their outdoor men’s ministry

by Lauren Locke


LINESVILLE – Since Alan Wolf first established a men’s outdoor ministry three years ago at First Baptist Church of Linesville, a lot of transformation has taken place among the 15-20 participants that have been involved in its seasonal life groups, programs, contests and events. (From Oct. 5 edition).

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Cherry Valley Choppers finds fulfillment in supporting local charity events

by Lauren Locke

CHERRY VALLEY – With what first started as a small shop on Route 193 in 2002, followed by its move to Dorset in 2004 through the late Richard T. Darby and Jeff Jewell, today serves as Cherry Valley Choppers, a full-time year-round custom motorcycle, ATV and snowmobile building/repair business located at 5604 Footville-Richmond Road in Cherry Valley Township.(From Oct. 5 edition).

Century home dedication and sale planned for 1853 Hartsgrove property

by Lauren Locke

HARTSGROVE – After 34 years of living in an 1853 century home and historic property at its location of 5649 Route 6 in Hartsgrove, Owners David and Dawn Fuller are planning a century home dedication for it on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. in hopes of gathering people interested in purchasing the property.(From Oct. 5 edition).