ORWELL – An array of children dressed as caterpillars, ladybugs, bumblebees, fireflies and other bugs filled the school cafeteria at Grand Valley Elementary School on Thursday, April 6 in preparation for their spring concert, Going Buggy. (From April 14 edition of The News).
ANDOVER –State Wrestling Champion Gaige Willis received an honor that most don't get the chance to experience in their lifetime- the opportunity to be part of a mayoral proclamation presented by Raymond French in his honor at Andover Village Council on Tuesday, April 11. (In the April 14 edition of The News)
ANDOVER – PV High School students may not have had the chance to get outside with the rainy weather on Friday, March 31 but they did get to participate in a variety of ways to stay fit in their physical education class led by their Teacher Emily Pittman. (From April 7 edition of The News).
ROAMING SHORES– Rick Wilson has been working for horses for about 20 now, a venture that he said first began on his parent’s farm in Madison when he was younger. (From April 7 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Merchant Expo of 2017 has been canceled.(From April 7 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – Owner Karen Holen will be going on five years specializing in holistic health at Holen Family Chiropractic in Andover, a position that she does not take lightly. (From April 7 edition of The News).
ORWELL – If you are interested in the chance to win big prizes you might want to start buying your tickets ahead for Conversation Station’s Annual Chinese Auction as they will only be selling 400 tickets for the event this year.(From April 7 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – It all started around nine months ago when seventeen-year-old Steven and eleven-year-old Emma Dodge surprised their mother Susan Dodge by bringing home two rabbits.(From April 7 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – Students at PV Primary School had fun while learning about the five basic food groups in their physical education class this week, thanks to a program through Ohio State University Extension.(From March 31 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – What started out as an enjoyable day attending the annual English Festival, turned into quite a surprise for twelve-year-olds Grace Stroke and Brooke Gray who both were awarded first prize in writing on Friday, March 24 following the event at Kent State-Ashtabula. (From March 31 edition of The News).